Ultra Electronics Project/Systems Engineer Full Time in Halifax, NS

Ultra Electronics

Branch Halifax NS CA

Project/Systems Engineer
Halifax, NS

Requirements Engineering and Management; The successful candidate will have a Degree in Electrical Engineering, with significant experience in systems and…

We are an Equal Opportunities employer and particularly welcome applications from Women, Aboriginal Persons, Persons with Disabilities and Visible Minorities.

About Ultra Electronics Maritime Systems:
Established in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada in 1947, Ultra Electronics Maritime Systems Inc. has earned its reputation as an international leader in the development of equipment and systems for undersea surveillance and anti-submarine warfare. Our Dartmouth, Nova Scotia office is also a world leader in Magneto Inductive technology. This innovation provides non-line-of-site, and through-the-earth communications solutions for both military and emergency response customers. Maritime Systems provides unique engineering, development, manufacturing, test, evaluation, and management capabilities to develop and deliver advanced electronic, electro-mechanical, and underwater sensor systems. For more information on Ultra Electronics, please visit www.ultra-ms.com .

We are now looking for an exceptional Project/Systems Engineer to be the technical link between the engineering team and the Project Manager. The Project/Systems Engineer will own the technical solution and will be responsible for the design, technical leadership, and implementation of all engineering aspects of the project.

What are the responsibilities?

Review project proposal, technical and deliverable contract volumes, and any supporting documentation;
Working with the Program Manager, develop project responsibilities and schedule by identifying Work Breakdown Structures (WBSs) for each element of the program;
Requirements Engineering and Management;
Create and maintain the Systems Requirements, Design, Interface and Specifications;
Design and analyze system architectures;
Commission & characterize systems;
Perform technical analysis (including System Safety, FMECA, Fault Tree, System Testability and Reliability);
Create Verification & Validation plans and control the V&V process;
Ensure project conformance to safety standards;
Represent the program at Change Control Board (CCB) meetings and review for approval all project related engineering change requests, deviations, and/or waivers;
Be the technical point of contact to the customer;
Review and approve all project documentation including manufacturing data and subcontractor deliverables;
Prepare technical progress reports as required;
Mentor and lead all engineering team members;
Advise the Program Manager of any changes in scope or inability to meet requirements;
Ensure a successful hand over to Production; and
Adhere to company and industry standards.

Job Requirements

What are we looking for?

The successful candidate will have a Degree in Electrical Engineering, with significant experience in systems and project engineering. Knowledge of and experience with functional safety standards such as IEC 61508, knowledge of software development standards and the ability to set-up and maintain requirements databases using requirements management tools are important assets to the candidate.
Experience of contributing to the technical content of formal proposals;
Experience managing customer expectations through managing technical scope during design;
Experience in formal requirements management;
Experience in formal configuration management from design though first article and into production;
Experience in formal requirements verification and project sell-off;
Competent Microsoft Office tools (Word, Excel, Project, PowerPoint);
A team-oriented individual that works collaboratively to achieve team goals;
Strong written and verbal communication skills; and
Self motivated with a positive attitude.

What’s in it for you?

Our working environment is fast-paced, results oriented and suited to those who thrive on change.
Our projects are diverse, technically challenging and innovative.
Our people are intelligent, creative and great to work with.
We offer a competitive salary and benefits package including 100% employer paid dental and health care premiums, life insurance, 5% matched RRSP, DPSP/Employee Bonus, vacation trading, an EFAP, maternity/paternity top-up and flexible working hours.

We encourage regular manager-employee performance feedback, goal alignment and employee development through our Employee Performance Development Plan (EPDP) and offer employee education assistance to allow our people to acquire new qualifications and certifications.
To learn more, please visit us at http://www.ultra-ms.com/
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The successful person must be able to gain the appropriate Canadian government security clearance and satisfy all requirements to be able to work on Canadian Controlled Goods projects.

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Employment Type: Full Time
Location: Halifax, NS, CA
Posted on: 2017-11-17
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