VATC System Group Manager

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Date: 19-Jul-2022

Location: Bangkok, Thailand

Company: Alstom

Req ID:325454 

Leading societies to a low carbon future, Alstom develops and markets mobility solutions that provide the sustainable foundations for the future of transportation. Our product portfolio ranges from high-speed trains, metros, monorail, and trams to integrated systems, customised services, infrastructure, signalling and digital mobility solutions. Joining us means joining a caring, responsible, and innovative company where more than 70,000 people lead the way to greener and smarter mobility, worldwide.


If you’re ambitious, driven and team-spirited, this is your opportunity to build a career as VATC System Group Manager in Bangkok, Thailand.


Key responsibilities: 

  • Manage and direct the VATC Software development activities through the work-package leaders. This includes VATC sub-system requirements, architecture, and interfaces.

  • It also includes the interfaces to related Generic Application development.

  • Manage and improve the VATC team competency.

  • Provide overview targets for the team, based on the projects need and management’s goals.

  • Manage team travelling plan to support site activities which are related to VATC sub-system.

  • Make VATC hours estimation for bidding and support the tender activities in technical.

  • Make the resources capacity planning for the VATC product development in alignment with the project targets.

  • Suggest the software development and resource priorities as needed.

  • Manage the budget plan and EAC for VATC group.

  • Report to VATC Department Manager.

  • Work as a Program Manager, mainly the generic applications to ensure that program delivery meets its requirements.

  • Work with product owners, PM/PE for the roadmap, risks, and solutions.

  • Programs budget planning, EAC and ODC.

  • Report to Meta program Manager.

  • Ensure, normally through the safety coordinator, that the safety targets for the VATC sub-system is met.


Key requirements:

  • Bachelor's degree in Electronics (Embeded SW), Software Engineering, Computer Engineering, or a related technical field or equivilent industry experience.
  • Experience in Embedded C, C++ is mandatory.
  • 5 to 10 years of design, project management & supervisory experience - related to the Signaling industry.
  • Highly knowledgeable about statement, Code branch management (Gerrit, Github e.g.), understand the Safety life cycle preferred.
  • Experience in a domain where software development is carried out e.g. software requirements, data, code etc.
  • Good knowledge in the product requirements, software development process and achieve product delivery on time..
  • Ability to work well in a team and excellent English communication skills, advanced both written and spoken.



Alstom is the leading company in the mobility sector, solving the most interesting challenges for tomorrow’s mobility. That’s why we value inquisitive and innovative people who are passionate about working together to reinvent mobility, making it smarter and more sustainable. Day after day, we are building an agile, inclusive and responsible culture, where a diverse group of people are offered opportunities to learn, grow and advance in their careers, with options across functions and geographic locations. Are you ready to join a truly international community of great people on a challenging journey with a tangible impact and purpose?  


Equal opportunity statement:
Alstom is an equal opportunity employer committed to creating an inclusive working environment where all our employees are encouraged to reach their full potential, and individual differences are valued and respected.  All qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to race, colour, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, national origin, disability status, or any other characteristic protected by local law. 


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