GBTS System Engineer
Pilatus Aircraft Ltd
Stans, Schweiz
vor 4 Tg.

What you do :

  • Define and derive system requirements based on customer contracts, market needs or product lifecycle strategy
  • As part of a project team, coordinate the technical activities required to design the architecture of the product and the interaction of its hardware and software components
  • Liaise with the project manager to provide the necessary technical inputs to the project, specifically the status reporting, schedule, work completed vs work planned, actual vs forecasted cost deviations
  • Providing inputs to the configuration manager (CM) by creating the engineering bill of material and the manufacturing bill of material in line with the CM requirements
  • Compile technical documents for internal and external stakeholders : technical specifications, system requirements and system design specifications
  • Coordinate work with the software and hardware team leads to ensure correct, testable and verifiable system implementation
  • Maintaining responsibility for project technical activities at customer site, specifically system integration, installation and enter into service (international travelling required)
  • What you bring :

  • Master degree in Software or Electrical Engineering
  • At least five years of experience in systems engineering related to complex hardware in the loop product as lead system engineer
  • Solid experience on engineering requirements management tools, e.g. DOORS
  • Knowledge of configuration management methodologies, Siemens Teamcenter and avionics systems is an advantage
  • Self-starter mentality with excellent communication skills (English at least on B2 level) as well as the ability to work independently in an international environment
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