Systems Engineer, Jr

Location: Burnaby, BC, Canada
Date Posted: 10-03-2017
Who You Are:

You are a Systems Engineer just getting your career started who wants to support the development of marine navigation and bridge systems for OSI’s government and naval markets. Our Systems Engineers play a critical role in the development of the overall system requirements’ design and definition for OSI’s complex products. This role executes various system engineering functions throughout the life cycle of the project. 

The Job:
  • Participates in and contributes to technical discussions
  • Integrates system components to create total systems
  • Attends and participates in customer design reviews and acceptance events
  • Assists in creation of integration and acceptance test plans
  • Creates, executes, and scores system integration test procedures and acceptance test procedures to verify system requirements and regulatory authority requirements at OSI and customer facilities
  • Creates, executes, analyzes results from, and scores longer-term semi- and fully-automated tests
  • Checks system integration and acceptance test procedures for adherence to and completeness against system requirements
  • Validates component, subsystem, and system functionality
  • Verifies and validates Customer, OSI, OEM, supplier, and subcontractor Interface Control Documents
  • Limited programming and scripting to assist in the execution of duties
  • Initiates and assists in problem identification, reporting, investigation, resolution, and verification
  • Provides effort and cost estimates, and identifies technical and schedule risks
  • Effectively communicates task and project status on a regular basis to the Engineering Team and to management
You Bring:
  • Degree in Engineering or Physics or related field or equivalent experience; eligible for registration as a Professional Engineer in Canada is an asset
  • 2 - 3 years’ engineering experience; experience in Systems Engineering, marine electronics and integrated bridge systems is an asset
  • Experience in defense or government domain preferably in naval ship sector is an asset
  • Proven track record in the timely delivery of engineering related projects
  • Ability to learn and gain strong knowledge of marine navigation and tactical sensors or systems
  • Knowledge of Systems Engineering principles, standards and best practices
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Familiarity with requirements and verification management tools such as DOORS is an asset
  • Knowledge of safety engineering, network engineering or human factors engineering is an asset
  • Eligible to obtain and maintain a location relevant security clearance
  • Potential for travel locally, as well as internationally.
Our offices are conveniently located in Burnaby near Willingdon and Hwy 1, close to transit, bike routes and running trails.  We have free parking, secure bike lock up and showers
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