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ATC Application Engineer

Organization : Alstom
Location: États-Unis, Indiana, Bangalore
End of contest: December 12, 2017
Type (Full time / Part time): Full time
Description
The Railway industry today is characterized by both a strong and sustained growth across the world. The trends that drive this are well known: environmental challenges, population growth, urbanization and increasing demands for mobility.

With 6B of Sales and around 30,000 employees based in over 60 countries, Alstom develop & market the most complete range of systems, equipment and services offered today in the railway sector. Today we offer our customers solutions that feature a seamless blend of diverse technologies, ensuring optimal interfaces, along with flexible implementation and real synergy in innovation.

Requirements
  • Minimum 2-5 experience in rail signaling domain.
  • Experience in product application engineering to meet customer's operational and functional requirements.
  • Should have worked on any of the system type - ERTMS / CBTC/ Fixed Block ATC Systems, preferably in Design.
  • Systems Thinking mindset / acumen.

Knowledge of V Cycle and processes related to project engineering in a safety critical domain preferred.

  • Flexible and resilience to work on multiple projects at a time
  • Team orientation
  • Aptitude to understand design and translating it into working functionalities
  • Aptitude to think in an integrative manner to identify and solve potential problems in design inputs, tools and problem reports raised by V&V.
Contact

Alstom
641 Lexington Avenue 28th Floor
New York
New York United States
www.alstom.com


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Why Work  for Us?  At Alstom we offer you the opportunity to unleash your potential and reinvent yourself. As a future employee, you will have a unique opportunity to drive our organization forward, while continuing to build your career and contribute to the expanding growth of the global railway industry.

More about Alstom www.alstom.com

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