Requirements Engineer


Division

Engineering & Technical

Location

Ottawa,Ontario

Job ID

3549


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Job Description:

Our client's Naval Programs team spans across Ontario, Quebec and Nova Scotia.

 
The candidate will participate as a Requirements Engineering member of the Naval Development team in a multi-disciplined team environment working on the total engineering life cycle from specification, design, development, integration and test, deployment, maintenance and field trouble shooting for their responsible Subsystem within the large-scale high complexity naval platform systems.
 

Tasks and Responsibilities

  • Collaborating on system design activities with the Integrated Product Team Lead and other engineering staff, including supporting technical reviews
  • Performing requirements analysis
  • Performing trade studies
  • Reviewing requirements, requirements allocation and trade studies
  • Performing system modelling and design, including Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE)
  • Defining and tracking of Technical Performance Metrics (TPMs)
  • System architecture and design
  • System integration planning
  • Design documentation
  • Following systems engineering processes and best practices


Skills and Experience Requirements

  • Possess a Bachelors’ degree from an accredited university in software, hardware, systems, mechanical, electrical,   electronics engineering or a related discipline
  • Minimum of 8 years of relevant experience, with a minimum of 5 years experience in a Requirements management role
  • DOORS Requirements Management/Administration (or equivalent) Experience
  • Experience in Requirements Analysis, Derivation and Management
  • Experience in Change Management
  • Experience in Metrics/Reports Generation
  • Experience in DXL Scripting

 

Assets

  • Familiarity with SysML or other object-oriented design methodology
  • Familiarity with DOORS, Rhapsody, ClearCase, ClearQuest or Windchill
  • Experience with Agile methods
  • Experience with Military Naval domain