Principal Requirements Engineer
|Job Title:||Principal Requirements Engineer|
|Location:||New Malden, Surrey|
|Contact Name:||Neil Tovey|
|Job Published:||June 01, 2017 12:09|
You will manage the requirements on engineering projects, ensuring that requirements are documented within company guide lines.
Responsibilities for this role will include:
Generation of agreed scope of work for commercial projects
Derivation of system requirements from stakeholder documentation
Traceability between stakeholder requirements, systems requirements, and sub-system requirements
Review requirements with subject matter experts, quality and test engineers
Follow the requirement management plan for each project
Validation of requirements with respect to stakeholder requirements
Comply with company standards of conduct
Traceability between stakeholder requirements, systems requirements and sub-system requirements
To be suitable for this role your experience will include:
Experience of requirements management
Experience using DOORS
Knowledge of the systems engineering V-model
An understanding of the marine environment
An understanding of marine radar systems
Knowledge of the relevant standards (IEC 62388, IEC 61924-2)
Surrey, New Malden
Keywords: Requirements Engineer, Systems Engineer, Requirements, DOORS
This client thrives on innovation, embraces teamwork and possesses a strong will to succeed; this is a fantastic place to work.
Electus Recruitment Solutions provides specialist engineering and technical recruitment solutions to a number of high technology industries. We thank you for your interest in this vacancy. If you don't hear from us within 7 working days please presume your application has been unsuccessful on this occasion. You are of course free to resubmit your CV/details in the future and we shall assess your suitability at that time.
This role is a permanent position
Electus Recruitment Ltd is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.
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