Avionic Systems Requirements Engineer

Recruiter
Outsource UK Ltd
Location
Preston
Salary
£44/hour
Posted
17 Jul 2017
Closes
16 Aug 2017
Sector
Engineering
Contract Type
Contract
Hours
Full Time
Avionic Systems Requirements Engineer

An Avionic Systems Requirements Engineer is required to work on a ten month contract, with the possibility of extension for our Defence client based in Preston.

This is a 10-month contract with a leading UK Defence business.

Overview of the Systems Requirements Engineer contract role

The individual will be part of an international team responsible for Displays & Controls Functional Requirements Document (including Hazard Analysis) for all system packages within the Avionics Joint Team. The role offers a wide variety of work, ranging from the development of the very latest Capabilities, investigating problem reports and supporting a number of product standards in service with the various Customer Air forces.

Key skills required for the Systems Requirements Engineer

* Experience of Design Tools/ methodology (e.g. Statemate, Artisan, Rhapsody, UML) would be advantageous.
* Should be capable of deriving system requirements from higher level requirements (Customer etc).
* Must be capable of progressing a number of concurrent tasks.
* Must have previously demonstrated an ability to meet project milestones whilst achieving the required level of quality.
* Must be a good communicator and have proven teamwork ability.
* Must be capable of working within agreed standards and procedures and understand the importance of configuration control
* Proven problem investigation skills. Should be capable of analysing system problems reported at any stage of the system life-cycle and identify possible solutions. This should be achieved with limited support/ guidance.
* Should be capable participating in internal technical meetings without supervision.
* Knowledge of the process for Hazard analysis would be preferable.
* Experience of working with equipment ICD's and definition of Logical signal level information would be advantageous.

The candidate should be educated to Degree/ HND standard in an engineering discipline. Whilst Avionics/ Typhoon experience would be advantageous, candidates from other sectors having experience of developing large/ complex systems will be considered.

The role is based in < Preston, Lancashire - commutable from Blackpool, Lancaster, Morecambe, Chorley, Leyland, Blackburn, Darwen, Burnley, Skipton, Stockport, Manchester, Warrington, Wigan, Bolton, Bury, Rochdale and Oldham with excellent access from Liverpool and Leeds

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