Industrial costing engineer

Date: 12-Jun-2019

Location: Barcelona, B, Spain

Company: Alstom

The future of transportation is already here. 
Alstom, with recorded sales of 7.3 billion in the 2016/17 fiscal year, is the world leader in integrated transport systems and continues to push the boundaries of innovation & digital solutions for transportation systems and e-mobility.  We are today at the forefront of providing sustainable modes of transport, with the largest range of rail solutions in the market.  Headquartered in France and present in over 60 countries,  we employ 32,800 people worldwide.                                                                                                                                                The Alstom-led consortium Expolink, also composed of Acciona and Gulermak, has signed a contract with RTA (Roads & Transport Authority) to design and build the extension of Dubai’s Red metro line, also called Route 2020, and upgrade the system of the existing line. The project involves the construction of a 15-kilometre-long line – of which 11.8 kilometers of elevated metro line and 3.2 kilometers underground metro line - branching off the existing red line at the Nakheel Harbour & Tower station.
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Industrial costing engineer







Barcelona, Santa Perpetua de la Mogoda



  • On request of the Bid Manager, establish Industrial costing (Fixed and variable costs)
  • On request of the PrIM, the PIM or the PME Director, provide costing to help taking decisions






In general
  • Based on elements coming from Engineering, Project, PrIM, PIM, Supply Chain and Industrial Quality, performs the costing of a new product and/or process solution on the industrial scope.
  • Industrial scope includes:
  • Fixed Industrialization costs
  • Variable production costs
  • Quality inspection costs
  • Supply Chain variable costs
  • Material and labor costs


Industrial costing have to be performed in the following situation:
  • Development of a new product.
  • Development of a new process or manufacturing technology.
  • During tender phase of a project. In this case, PIO, Make or Buy assumptions have to be defined and validated.
  • Before decision of a MoB change.
  • In case of a transfer of activities.
  • In case of a major product or process change being decided.


Other activities:
  • Define and maintain the workload plan of the PME department, based on S&OP demand plan.
  • Update industrial costs of the Ref Lib.
  • Perform specific analysis such as Time Spent vs Method Time, on demand.




Educational requirements


  • Engineering Graduate, preferably Mechanical, Electrical or Industrial Organization.
  • Fluent in English (B2 or asimilated), French would be an asset.


Desired Knowledge / Experience


  • Process & Manufacturing Engineering background with 5 to 10 years’ experience preferably in the railway industry.
  • Technical experience of Process Engineering, line balancing, Lean Manufacturing.
  • Knowledge of Time Management.
  • Experience in working with an ERP (such as SAP) for Bill of Materials, Routings,
  • Familiar with IS common tools.
  • Knowledge of CAD and PLM tools (CATIA, DELMIA…)


Behavioural Competencies


  • Conscientious. Commits and delivers.
  • Team Player.  Spirit of “Team Trust Action”.
  • Self-Motivation.
  • Logical and organized
  • Good communication.



Alstom is committed to create a diverse & international working environment,  that reflects the future of our industry, our clients and end-users.  As an employee, you will have a unique opportunity to continue to build your career and directly contribute to the expanding growth of the global transport industry


Job Type: Experienced

Job Segment: ERP, Supply, SAP, Supply Chain, PLM, Technology, Operations, Management

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