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Rail/Transit System Integration Engineer

Job Description

The Systems Integration Engineer will participate in major Canadian infrastructures projects, defining, implementing, controlling and verifying and validating that the contract requirements are being met by the team.


- Know, respect and apply companies' philosophy and fundamental values, organizational and operating principles, standards and procedures.
- Demonstrate a range of technical capabilities with the experience of Systems Engineering, Systems design, development of contract documents (design reports, analysis reports, calculation notes, plans, specifications, etc.), knowledge of various methods of tunnel design and construction in soft ground and hard rock.
- Perform in accordance with the quality, environmental, safety and any other requirements, in accordance with the scope, within the agreed timescales and budgeted costs, in accordance with Company's quality, environmental, safety and any other standards and procedures as well as with all applicable legal requirements.
- Understand client's requirements and assess documentation to ensure that a compliant solution is designed and/or implemented utilizing industry best practices.
- Deliver assigned tasks in accordance with the requirements and scope, within the agreed timescales and budgeted costs, in accordance with Company's quality standards and procedures and all applicable legal requirements.
- Interface, integrate and co-ordinate the design solution with other engineering disciplines.
- Apply design and cost-competitive execution techniques and develop the most cost-effective solution.
- Organize and prioritize tasks in an effective and timely manner, set priorities, and meet deadlines.
- Provide relevant inputs to other disciplines and functions.
- Hands on design - produce and review reports, analyses, specifications, calculations, drawings, plans, etc.
- Provide guidance to more junior engineers and to drafters.


- 10 - 15 years' experience in Systems Engineering.
- Experience in LRT (preferred), Metro or Railway design projects.
- Be knowledgeable of the INCOSE Systems Management Engineering life cycle processes and activities (CSEP certification recommended).
- Experience in the application of ISO/IEC/IEEE 15288:2015 Systems and software engineering - System life cycle processes.
- Have a view of, and perform a practical implementation of, a holistic top-down systems engineering approach that considers the System as a whole (not a collection of individual systems, or projects).
- Have experience in the application of a lifecycle approach (the entire spectrum of activity for a given system, commencing with the identification of need and extending through system design and development, construction/manufacture/installation, operational use and maintenance, system retirement and disposal).
- Have a holistic understanding and be able to specify the engineering and assurance processes;
- Have a holistic understanding and design the integration of the following systems assurance processes:
o Verification and validation management
o Change management
o Configuration management
- Desirable experience in rail/transit operations and maintenance.
- Familiarity with AREMA standards, Canadian Rail Operating Rules (CROR) and knowledge of CENELEC standards (EN 50126, EN 50128, EN 50129).
- Degree in engineering (Bachelor or equivalent, as a minimum).
- Professional Engineer (P.Eng.) registered in Ontario is desired.
- Ability to develop non-standard solutions.
- Ability to work in a multi-disciplined team.
- Willingness to learn, develop and apply new techniques, standards and processes.
- Willingness to take on additional tasks as needed.
- Excellent interpersonal, presentation and communication skills.
- Excellent organizational, time management and problem solving skills.
- User of IBM DOORS software.
- Advanced user of Microsoft Office.
- Business fluency in English, both written and verbal.
- Legally able to work in Canada