Perceived Quality Product Engineer (H/F)

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Date: 27-Jan-2023

Location: Valenciennes, 59, FR

Company: Alstom

Req ID:404625 

We create smart innovations to meet the mobility challenges of today and tomorrow. We design and manufacture a complete range of transportation systems, from high-speed trains to electric buses and driverless trains, as well as infrastructure, signalling and digital mobility solutions. Joining us means joining a truly global community of more than 36 300 people dedicated to solving real-world mobility challenges and achieving international projects with sustainable local impact.  

Perceived Quality Product Engineer (M/F)

Location: Valenciennes, France


You will join our Component Developpement Site, Key actor in the design and development or interior train parts for Rolling Stock , with more than 140 people,  & 20 different nationalities , designer, buyer, industrial, quality, Project Managers, & Experts , working both for French & international projects.


What are my responsibilities?

Execute perceived quality methodology and progress following for several projects.

Contribute to perceived quality metier referential

Contribute to Perceived Quality & Comfort CCN

Organisation Reporting

Hierarchical Reporting: Product Engineering Manager-CDS I

Functional Reporting: PQ Product Engineer Leader ;


Network & Links

  • Core Competence Network Perceived Quality & Comfort (CCN PQ&C)
  • CDSi / A&CD (Industrial Designers) / TD Metier/Customer /Indus/Site Quality/ TS Metier


Performance Measurement/KPI’s

  • Is responsible to follow projects during design phase, update KPI, and do reporting of situation, to give feedback of good practices and critical risk to hierarchy according to DFQ cycle.



Accountable for:

  • Apply Engineering instructions, guidelines and internal processes of the Perceived Quality Metier.
  • Ensure action plan management and progress following all along the tender/project cycle



Responsible for:  

  • Follow the Design Review to track and follow PQ risks up to the final solution
  • Make sure that Perceived Junction file and make validation of it according to DFQ cycle
  • Make sure that “stand sol” are applied without PQ deviation
  • Collect 3D data from different metier (A&CD, Engineering, PDM…) and build his own Perceived Quality Digital Mock-up according to standard rules
  • Share KPI of improvements/evolution all along project.
  • Share internal customers’ feedback on methodology with PQ PE Leader


Contributor for:

  • Gather relevant return of experience with PQ&C Network
  • Contribute to the Perceived Quality & Comfort solutions benchmark (internal and external references)





What do I need to qualify for this job?


Minimum qualifications

  • Education
    • Mechanical Engineering degree, or equivalent
    • Industrial Design degree, or sensitive to Industrial Design through background or personal interest
  • Technical
    • Experience of product development
    • Knowledge of industrial processes (extrusion, sheet metal work, moulding, welding, 3D printing, FRP…)
    • Knowledge of CAD software (CATIA or equivalent), solid and generative shape design
    • Advanced knowledge in visualization software (VRED, DELTAGEN, Keyshot…)
    • General knowledge on different engineering field will be welcome (lighting, acoustic…)
    • Knowledge of Excel advanced features, or basics with a will to learn
    • English advanced level
  • Behavior
    • Good communication skills to interact with internal customers, and different métier
    • Ability to convince, defend a solution
    • Open minded
    • Ability to define priority
    • Proactive

Team size

  • No direct management



An agile, inclusive and responsible culture is the foundation of our company where diverse people are offered excellent opportunities to grow, learn and advance in their careers.  We are committed to encouraging our employees to reach their full potential, while valuing and respecting them as individuals.   



Job Type:​Experienced​

Job Segment: Product Development, Research