Railway Signalling Authorisation and Certification Engineer (m/f)

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Date: 17-Jan-2023

Location: Stockholm, SE

Company: Alstom

Req ID:290021  

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 

 

We looking for an experienced Railway Signalling Authorisation and Certification Engineer. to work with the authorisation of both wayside and onboard signalling installations in Stockholm, Sweden

 

About The role 
This position is for you who already have experience with railway system authorisations. You are familiar with the EU railway directives, TSIs, CSM-RA, the regulation on vehicle authorisations, and the ERA One Stop Shop. You will work closely with your manager to build the Alstom D&IS C&A team in Sweden, and after a while, you will also take on some of the responsibilities for the team, which responsibilities will depend on the needs of the team and your interests. You will also be responsible for supporting junior C&A engineers in learning the craft of railway C&A.

 

Your responsibilities 
Be responsible for writing Certification & Authorisation plans and performing the actions in the plans. Be the interface in Certification and Authorisation matters towards the Engineering part of Alstom, the clients, and the authorities in Sweden and the EU. Participate in the strategic discussions of the team and contribute to the development of internal tools, and bid work. Within a three-year period, it is expected that some of the managerial tasks of the C&A manager in Stockholm will be transferred to the holder of this position.

 

Qualifications:
•    Languages: English is necessary. Swedish is a big plus.
•    Education: Master of Engineering or similar experience.
•    Work experience: At least two years, preferably more, of experience from working with certification and authorisation, preferably in the railway signalling domain.
•    Skills: Be a good report writer, good at reading complex texts, have an interest in understanding the complete picture, capable of identifying the relevant details and disregarding the other details, good and flexible communication skills. Interested in mentoring junior employees.
•    Knowledge of the railway industry in general, and the railway signalling industry in particular, is a plus.

 

Why Alstom?

 

Alstom is the leading company in the railway 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?

 

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.

 

We are acting…

 

AGILE

You actively identify issues and risks and develop correction plans

You are a problem solver

You act process minded, data-driven and fact based

 

INCLUSIVE

You accept differences

You excel in collaboration and

communication

You actively support inclusion

 

RESPONSIBLE

Safety first

You are all responsible to make it happen

You adhere to the highest ethics and compliance rules