We are actively looking for several Field Test Engineers to contribute to the factory and field test activities on the New Jersey Transit Positive Train Control (PTC) project based in Newark NJ. In this role, you will be required to work during the evenings and occasional weekends, typically on a Sunday through Thursday schedule, from9:00 pm to 5:00 amuntil testing is complete. This is a full time position with benefits.
In this role, you will be responsible for conducting system tests, system integration, field support, and verification functions within the scope of a Positive Train Control (PTC) system, primarly at wayside locations and on-board locomotives and cab railcars. You will work closely with our Field Test Manager to coordinate specific test work plans to adhere to the project schedule and may oversee Field Technicians out in the field when the test manager is not available. Your duties will include monitoring and reporting progress of testing activities to assure proper testing is completed on time, as well as maintain accurate/detailed records of testing activities. You will report deviations from expected system behavior and will make recommendations for appropriate response and mitigation of technical problems so that software and equipment meets the required safety, quality and design specifications and standards. Your knowledge of train control, rail vehicle and signaling systems plus your ability to meet testing schedules and work effectively in a fast-paced project team will be vital for your success on this program.
Participate in Field and Integration tests Participate and support in system integration in vehicles Re-create, analyze and suggest potential solutions of reported errors. Accurately complete test documentation, data sheets, marking plans, expense reports, daily logs, lost time and discrepancy reports Maintain highest regard for safety, fail safeness, system reliability and system integrity Communicate within the organization and with customers. Provide technical direction to the subcontractors, making decisions and or obtaining additional technical assistance from other engineers as the situation warrants.
Requirements: 3+ years of rail system testing experience on large-scale commuter, freight or transit projects; or equivalent education, experience and aptitude in a similar testing environment Proficient in performing testing and troubleshooting, and verification activities Track record of developing and maintaining positive team relationships and delivering to project and client expectations Bachelors degree in engineeringor equivalent education, experience and aptitude Ability and past examples of learning and adapting quickly in situations requiring technical acumen and problem solving with new technology. Must have working knowledge of signaling products and "vital" and "nonvital" circuit concepts Technical experience within systems integration and testing in development projects, is required. Must have good understanding of HW and SW interactions within complex systems architectures. Must have good written and spoken communication skills Must possess valid drivers license.
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