You are in charge to design the Control Centers developed for supervision of railway signalling systems, (together with power SCADA, video systems or Fire-security). You lead the operational and functional analysis and specify associated functions, in deep collaboration with the different disciplines involved in the development (architects, V&V teams). You are involved as a Lead System Engineer on projects and also support R&D programs to continue developing quality and innovation of the control centers
You will functionally report to System Metier Manager and to Project Manager.
- As a Lead System Engineer:
- To manage the contractual requirements applicable to the control center.
- To master the operational use of the control center by the operators
- To specify which generic functions shall be configured for the project and design the functions specific to the project.
- To specify the HMI of the Control Center
When involved in R&D program: To specify the new features of the Control Center to satisfy demanding customer requirements, and communicate on the use cases. To interact with other engineering disciplines (software, safety, validation..) as a team in order to meet the deadlines for the deliverables (Mock-ups, proof of concept
Skills and Education
Essential: You should have Higher Educational level in Engineering (Bac +5) with significant professional experience (in railway or similar domain). You are aware of system engineering, with a good background in software, telecom or electronics technologies. You should have a strong exposure to V cycle, development, and validation, with a practice of requirement management (SysML, Doors environment). Knowledge of railway signaling is appreciated (interlocking, Automatic Train Control, Supervision.) You should be fluent in English and French.
Desired: You should be a pro-active and autonomous person with strong adaptation and communication skills, high curiosity for technology and system engineering expertise. You should be process oriented to lead continuous improvement subjects.