ALSTOM is Hiring | Multiple Openings |

ALSTOM is Hiring | Multiple Openings |

  • Post last modified:November 20, 2020

Position – System engineer- Brakes & Air supply

ALSTOM
Location – Bengaluru, Karnataka

Job description

Purpose of the Job:

  • By delegation of TSE, specify one or several train functions, and associated sub-system(s) at train level and lead technically the engineering studies to reach the required performances at train level.

List of typical Functions at train level:

  • Carry and enclose the load
  • Protect against Fire
  • Provide comfort to passenger and crew
  • Inform passenger
  • Provide access and loading
  • Connect vehicle and consist
  • Provide traction and energy for auxiliaries
  • Provide mechanical braking
  • Control – monitor – diagnostic
  • Guide the train on the track
  • Integrate the train in the system

On sites, the System Engineer in charge on bought subsystem/component perform development activities as for Central SSE Doors / AGTU / Brake Control / HVAC / Battery / Pantograph / Toilets / Seats / Floors & Windows

  • Organisation Reporting
  • Hierarchical: TS Metier Leader
  • Functional: TSE

Network & Links

  • Engineering team: PrEM, TxE, SE, Experts, SSE, PrRAMS,…
  • Project Manager, Sourcing, PrWM.
  • Performance Measurement/KPI’s
  • TS dashboard
  • One time delivery

Responsibilities

On the function for which he is in charge, the SE:

Technical missions:

Responsible for:

  • Within a tender or a project, reporting hierarchically to the EDU Brake&Air Mgr, and functionally to the Train System Engineer, undertaking a subsystem (brake, air production) from the requirements analysis to the validation and the reliability growth. translation of the customer and internal requirements in to design
  • Writing Technical purchase specification of the subsystem interact closely with the suppliers, sourcing, industrialization, quality.
  • Leading internally and externally all interfaces topics – mechanical, electrical, pneumatic, communication. approve pneumatic scheme , electrical scheme for his perimeter. supervise the subsystem validation at supplier level, as well as the validation of the subsystem on the train. solve reliability issues in revenue service
  • Performing the transverse requirement allocations to the various subsystems in close collaboration with the relevant specialists,
  • Performing requirement development, coming from reference and applicable documents from Metiers, Standards, Certification, Safety, Platform and Customer
  • Defining the Train System architecture, operational modes and functionalities taking as input the external/internal requirements
  • Performing train system FMECA in coordination with RAMS team
  • Ensuring consistency and compatibility between all the sub-systems specifications,
  • Writing sub-system specification and architecture description (RSAD2) in collaboration with the SSE/PU/TCE according to train level architecture.
  • Fill the “Entry “connector” to question the TSS catalog.
  • For non catalog components, under TSS design authority:
  • Writes the Technical Purchasing Specification (TPS0 – Short Specification) when needed.
  • Writes the TPS1 for supplier consultation and manages technical contact (TPS2) until design has been frozen
  • Drives technical relationships with suppliers with close management of QCD commitments (CbC), risks & validation (including Design Reviews with suppliers).
  • Supporting TSE to define applicable train configuration
  • Ensuring coordination between TSS/PU/Metier on interfaces, performances, technical issues resolution during detailed design phase.
  • On TSE request, participating to technical meetings with customer in order to provide support.

V&V activities:

Responsible for:

  • Defining and performing Train verification strategy in close collaboration with all Engineering metiers, Certification & Validation teams, and TSS Team, and Participating Units.
  • Writing the train level test specifications
  • Ensuring train integration and tuning.
  • During train revenue service:

Responsible for:

  • Technical open issues resolution on TSE request, from investigation to modification implementation and problem closure,

QCD and reporting:

Responsible for:

  • Performing reporting at project level (to TSE, via KPI) and metier level (via weekly reports)
  • Supporting TSE for implementation and update of Engineering risks mitigation plan, change order process, and QCD optimization
  • Providing Return of experience to be implemented in Reference Solutions.

Knowledge & Experience :

  • General technical competencies
  • More than 2 years in Railways engineering
  • English Communication skills

Team size :

  • No hierarchical management

Position – Mechanical Engineer (Interior & CAB)

ALSTOM
Location – Bengaluru, Karnataka

Job description

Purpose of the Job

  • Supporting Interior & CAB domain activities and deliverables on a project in compliance with QCD commitments.
  • Implementing applicable Train Design Metier instructions, processes & tools.
  • Organization Reporting
  • Hierarchical Reporting: (Site) Domain Lead (DL)
  • Functional Reporting: (project) Mechanical Lead Engineer (MLE)

Accountable for :

  • Planning and piloting Interior & CAB Domain activities and related deliverables on a project considering applicable instructions/processes and other specific Customer (internal or external) requirements.
  • Ensuring Interior & CAB Domain deliverables quality and their acceptance by the Customer (internal or external) within committed limits.
  • Reporting activities progress and alerting relevant N+1 in case of issue potentially impacting achievement of QCD commitments.
  • Coordinate with internal/external customer/ supplier (local or global) to validate inputs to ensure QCD targets on the first time.
  • Defining requirements and mechanical interfaces of equipment (Allocated volume, weight, location, preferred part list, etc.)
  • Demonstrate standard engineering practices (example: material selection, Tolerance stack-up, Location strategy, perceived quality, knowledge of manufacturing, serviceability, assembly, LCC, DFMEA) during the design phase
  • Writing system specifications derived from train level requirements; validating MOP through test specifications and reports.
  • Monitoring assigned Mechanical Sub-Systems deliveries conformity with project needs.
  • Checking supplier’s and sub-contractor’s Design Quality.

Responsible for:

  • Implementing Train Design rules, processes, and tools (single-domain) and ensuring Interior & CAB Domain deliverables quality and their acceptance by the Customer (internal or external) within committed limits
  • Participating in the production of deliverables in accordance with planning targets on Mechanical Domain assigned work-packages.
  • Designing products considering project requirements (performances, manufacturability, serviceability, testability, etc.).
  • Preparing and documenting Mechanical Domain Design Reviews according to the project schedule and following-up the main open actions.
  • Checking respect of Allocated volumes/interfaces (no-clashes) on internal design.
  • Reporting on Mechanical Domain activities progress, anticipating issues (capacity, skills, rule applicability, etc.) and alerting if needed.
  • Respecting and/or allocating requirements and mechanical interfaces to Sub-Systems/equipment (Allocated volume, weight, location, Project-specific part list, etc.)
  • Analyzing and consolidating change request impacts on domain scope
  • Producing Domain deliverables (Requirement management in DOORs tool, Validation Plan, design deliveries, design reviews, Co-engineering with cross-functional teams, etc.)
  • Validating relevant Mechanical Domain deliverables and securing planning.
  • Verifying design via mock-ups or simulations.

Contributor for :

  • Supporting Sourcing, Industrialization, and Manufacturing teams during Production ramp-up.
  • Collaborating with MDL for continuous improvement of the Domain (including RoE)
  • Establishing Certification & Validation Plans for TD scope.

Knowledge & Experience

  • Mechanical Engineering graduate preferably experienced in Railway products with 5 to 7 years of strong design exposure.
  • Knowledge of basic product design life cycle and engineering rigor to achieve first time right.
  • Good Communications and interpersonal skills including with third parties (customer).
  • Time management and reporting skills.
  • Customer & Product Focus.
  • Sound technical background with knowledge of RS commodities preferred
  • Structured and organized with a Hands-on approach.
  • English operational in reading/writing and technical meetings.
  • Knowledge of Foreign language (ex. French, German. etc) shall be favorable.
  • Team size
  • Direct functional reporting: 0 to 4 persons
  • We believe that a diverse and inclusive workforce is a lever to running a sustainable and successful business. We are dedicated to creating an inclusive environment where all our employees are encouraged to reach their full potential, and individual differences are valued and respected.

Position – Mechanical Lead Engineer (Interior & CAB) 2

ALSTOM
Location – Bengaluru, Karnataka

Job description

Purpose of the Job

  • Managing Interior & CAB Domain resources, activities and deliverables on a project in compliance with QCD commitments.
  • Ensuring implementation of Train Design metier instructions, processes & tools in all activities and deliverables.

Accountable for :

  • Planning and piloting Interior & CAB Domain activities and related deliverables on a project considering applicable instructions/processes and other specific Customer (internal or external) requirements.
  • Ensuring Interior & CAB Domain deliverables quality and their acceptance by the Customer (internal or external) within committed limits.
  • Reporting activities progress and alerting relevant N+1 in case of issue potentially impacting achievement of QCD commitments.
  • Planning and managing activities and resources with changing environment of project inputs to ensure QCD targets and right first time.
  • Aligning requirements and mechanical interfaces of equipment (Allocated volume, weight, location, preferred part list, etc.) with cross-functional teams.
  • Demonstrate standard engineering practices (example: material selection, Tolerance stack-up, Location strategy, perceived quality, knowledge of manufacturing, serviceability, assembly, LCC, DFMEA) during design reviews.
  • Monitoring flow of Train level requirements to subsystems for optimum cost-effective solutions and confirming requirements through appropriate validation.
  • Lead Design reviews with cross-functional teams to demonstrate the implementation of metier process, instructions, and project requirements.
  • Monitoring assigned Mechanical Sub-Systems deliveries conformity with project QCD needs.
  • Demonstrate process rigor to ensure first time right through engineering practices and methodologies and reviews
  • Represent domain in project meetings to communicate ensure seamless integration of project and domain operations.

Responsible for :

  • Applying TD rules, processes, and tools (single-domain) and ensuring Interior & CAB Domain deliverables quality and their acceptance by the Customer (internal or external) within committed limits
  • Managing the production of deliverables in accordance with planning targets on Domain assigned work-packages by right planning, cross-functional information management, and engineering rigor.
  • Designing products considering project requirements (performances, manufacturability, serviceability, testability, etc.).
  • Leading domain Design Reviews according to the project schedule to demonstrate excellence in engineering and following-up the main open actions.
  • Checking respect of Allocated volumes/interfaces (no-clashes) on internal design.
  • Defining mitigation plans covering a risk identified on Project Mechanical Domain scope.
  • Reporting on Mechanical Domain activities progress, anticipating issues (capacity, skills, rule applicability, etc.) and alerting if needed.
  • Respecting and/or allocating requirements and mechanical interfaces to Sub-Systems/equipment (Allocated volume, weight, location, Preferred part list, etc.)
  • Coordinating Mechanical Domain contributors on Project.
  • Analyzing and consolidating change request impacts on Mechanical Domain scope
  • Monitor Domain deliverables (Requirement management in DOORs tool, Validation Plan, design deliveries, design reviews, Co-engineering with cross-functional teams, etc.)
  • Validating relevant Mechanical Domain deliverables and securing planning.
  • Identify and expedite the requirement of mock-ups or simulations through the organization process.

Contributor for :

  • Defining mitigation plans covering a risk identified in Project Mechanical (multi-domains)
  • Perform quotation of engineering work-package, upon request
  • Defining Project Mechanical Decomposition (Product Breakdown Structure)
  • Defining Mechanical Project/Product Preferred Part List delivery.
  • Supporting Sourcing, Industrialization, and Manufacturing teams during Production ramp-up.
  • Collaborating with DL for continuous improvement of the Domain (including Return of Experience)
  • Defining Mechanical Domain architecture considering weight, gauge, installation strategy, acoustics, eco-design, ergonomics, aerodynamics, aeraulic, etc.
  • Establishing Certification & Validation Plans for TD scope.

Knowledge & Experience

  • Mechanical Engineering graduate preferably experienced in Railway products with 10 to 14 years of rich design, development, and team management exposure.
  • Good Communications and interpersonal skills including with third parties (customer).
  • Time management and reporting skills.
  • Effort estimation and planning skills
  • Sense of urgency/priority.
  • Customer & Product Focus.
  • Risk management
  • Strong technical background with knowledge of RS commodities
  • Structured and organized with a Hands-on approach.
  • English operational in reading/writing and technical meetings.
  • Knowledge of Foreign language (ex. French, German.. etc) shall be favorable.

Team size

  • Direct functional reporting: 4 to 12 persons
  • Depending on the project size, the scope of accountability represents a workload of up to 20 full-time equivalents (with subcontracting)

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