Siemens Mobility is looking for a Validation Engineer will be responsible for creating and reviewing test procedures for the various railway projects including light rail vehicles, locomotives, and passenger coaches. The position objective is to review all the various design documents and understand and identify how to validate both the design and production of the vehicle. The candidate will need to work with various design engineers, suppliers, and technicians to understand the design and improve tests that are performed.
Validate integration of all subsystems on the vehicle.
Review engineering design documents and schematics and verify compliance with system requirements, interface specification, and technical specifications.
Prepare and develop test plans and procedures to perform system and system integration testing according to various railway standards.
Review existing procedures and protocols for scope and accuracy.
Support technicians & engineers by helping perform the tests and help troubleshoot advanced problems.
Perform type tests utilizing data acquisition devices and various sensors including load cells, current transducers, accelerometers, temperature sensors.
Automate and look for advancements with current test procedures and processes.
Required/Knowledge Skills and Abilities
5+ years of related experience in Railway Industry or compatible industry
Engineering degree in Mechanical, Electrical Engineering or related fields
Experience preparing test design documents, and test procedures
Decision making ability & problem-solving skills
Ability to understand electrical schematics
Fluent in English
Communication & computer skill
Experience with data acquisition
Ability to 15% Travel
Job ID: 188610
Company: Siemens Mobility, Inc
Experience Level: Experienced Professional
Job Type: Full-time
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