Greensboro , North Carolina
Job Category: MECHANICAL ENGINEER - TEST - Ref. A-2303MET
Job Id: 3044
MECHANICAL ENGINEER - TEST: Work with test related documentation, such as control plan for testing, test instructions and test records, etc.; Performs test activities and fill in test records. Conducts troubleshooting during test and commissioning phases; Participates in meetings regarding test planning and test activities. Meet scheduled requirements on own initiative and report when schedules are not achievable. Maintain an acceptable level of quality in performing assigned tasks. Inspect own work for accuracy, completeness, and compliance to requirements; Store and consolidate the test sheets in formal Test Reports. Follow and track the document lifecycle up to the date it was published in PDM. Updating Test Excel KPIs; Reports NCR to the project team through the RTC IBM database. Record detected faults and report any defects or deviations from the specification. Utilize experience, select the best means to inspect and test in the most efficient manner. Record inspection/test results and test configuration. Utilize engineering drawings, bill of material and technical specifications. Completes complex planning of detailed testing and field activities for Communication Based Train Control (CBTC) systems. Review and analyze service incidents; reported by Siemens RCC support staff, and urgent issues directly from NYCT (New York City Transit). Performs system testing and troubleshooting of complex Train Control Systems. PTE laptop with Perturbographe/PTE software application; required to observe and record the internal variables of the software running on the OBCU (onboard control Unit), Adeview used to connect to CIU (Carborne Interface Unit). Support IXL (interlocking), ATS, ATC (Automatic Train Control) and System tests, using tools like Wireshark, python, WinSCP, Linux/UNIX operating system, Data Communication Network (TCP/IP protocol), AutoCAD and Transponder Sim. Completes complex planning of detailed static and dynamic testing, and commissioning field activities for Communication Based Train Control (CBTC) systems. Review and analyze service incidents gathered from daily Splunk reports and NYCT (New York City Transit) provided daily service incident lists.
Requirements: Master’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering. 40 hr/wk, $81,994/yr. Send resumes to: Alten Technology USA Inc, 3221 W Big Beaver Road, Ste: 116, Troy, MI-48084, or email to: email@example.com. Please use the reference number in the title of the email: Ref. A-2303MET.
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