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SYSTEMS ENGINEER - RAM and Safety

  • Parsons Corporation
  • Burnaby, ON, Canada
  • Mar 30, 2021
Engineering

Job Description

ATS Job ID- R111547, Job Location- CA-BC-Burnaby

Minimum Clearance Required To Start

Not Applicable/None

Job Description


Little things mean a lot


We’re looking for someone who recognizes the smallest details most people don’t even know exist. And knows that it takes a special persistence to comb through those details and use them as a base for consistently better work. If the little things mean everything to you, we have a lot to talk about. Let us hear from you today.


Ready to work on complex Rail Systems construction projects that will have a huge impact on the local community in Vancouver, Canada. We are currently seeking a Sr. RAM and Safety Systems Engineer to work on projects in the Greater Vancouver area, but also Western Canada and the Western United States.


Parsons System Engineers work in a multi-disciplinary environment to perform a variety of engineering tasks related to the design, deployment, operation, and maintenance of complex technology systems. The role may include working with Stakeholders in the development of RAM and Safety specifications, requirements, plans, and analyses for the design, development, test, and commissioning and certification of such systems. You must be organized and effective in communicating plans, requirements, results, and information to customers at a variety of management levels and technical backgrounds. If you are enamored by technology and eager to sink your teeth into something new, this position, and Parsons, is for you.


Qualifications



  • Bachelor's degree in Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, or Computer Science, Mechanical Engineering from an accredited institution (a combination of years of experience, education, training, and certifications will be considered in lieu of a degree)
  • 10+ years related professional experience
  • A proven self-starter able to work individually with limited supervision, and capable of working in small to large focus groups assigned to complex tasks.
  • Practiced the application and development of RAM and Safety analyses following the EN-50126 suite of standards, as well as other standards such as MIL-STD-882.
  • Familiar with working according to the requirements of the ISO/IEC/IEEE-15288 System Engineering Standard
  • Experience with DOORS Requirements Management Tools for managing RAM and Safety Requirements