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Control System Engineer
Ref No.: 18-54396
Location: Melbourne, Florida
Position Type:Contract
Start Date: 07/31/2018
 Job Title-  Control System Engineer
Job Location-  Melbourne, FL
 
Technical/Functional Skills:
                                                          
  • Experience with control design, diagnostics, and test
  • Ability and willingness to work "hands-on" in test labs and on locomotives with high Client (1000 KVA), medium voltage (2 KV) and high current (10 KA) systems
  • Experience with MATLab Simulink or other Modeling tools
  • Experience with developing Serial and Ethernet Interfaces
  • Experience with system and component level validation testing
  • Experience with transportation/locomotive systems control design and test
  • Experience with Human Machine e Interface and human factors analysis for embedded systems
  • Experience with Design For Six Sigma (DFSS) tools (i.e. FMEA, Score Cards)
  • Strong technical aptitude, including applicable engineering tools and systems
  • At least 1 year of experience working with Train Control systems
  • P C proficiency
 
Roles & Responsibilities:
                                                          
  • Controls development of locomotive train controls systems, from requirements development to model development, testing and validating new designs on locomotive and in the simulation lab.
  • Utilizing tools like SYSML, Simulink, Doors and MagicDraw.
  • Execute a variety of projects from follow-on orders (Requisitions) through new product developments, ensuring proper definition of requirements and interfaces for Train Control systems
  •  Design, integrate, implement and validate Train Control subsystem functions and Human Machine Interface for locomotive, suitable for application in both English and non-English speaking environments
  • Use sound engineering principles and adhere to business standards, practices, and procedures, to develop product / program requirements
  • Lead/support investigation, root-cause identification, and resolution of reliability issues
  • Present to customers and suppliers and lead technical endeavors to develop Train Control technologies for the railroad industry
  • Ensure that the documentation of technical data generated by the assigned project consistent with engineering policies and procedures
  • Become the program representative for Train Control on NPI programs and requisitions, managing schedule, outward communication of successes and failures
 
Generic Managerial Skills:
                                                          
  • Good analytical and communication skills.  
  • Able to communicate and document designs, as well as troubleshoot and articulate problems and their solutions.
  • Demonstrated commitment to process improvement
  • Customer-focused in defining quality and establishing priorities
  • Strong interpersonal and leadership skills
 
Education:
                                                          
  • Bachelor of Science in Engineering