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Lead Design Engineer (Radio)

Thales

London, United Kingdom

Lead Design Engineer (Radio)
Westferry, London

The technology and systems expertise offered by Thales's Transportation team powers safe, reliable and efficient services to rail networks the world over. In the UK, we deliver advanced signalling, supervision and control, integrated communications, security and information systems for urban rail, mainline rail and road networks. And as we continue to grow our business, we need more talent to join us in making our cities better connected.

As a Lead Design Engineer (Radio) at Thales you will lead a (virtual) Radio Design team in assuring compliance to a defined design process and ensuring that the design conforms to client requirements including quoted standards and specifications. You will also be responsible for the management of design production, design estimates, design programs and design work packages for bids, projects and services to contract requirements, standards, budget, and on-time delivery.

Skills, qualifications and experience
o A proven record of working in a radio engineering environment at a senior level.
o Has a full understanding of the Engineering lifecycle and its processes.
o Demonstrates design capabilities to at least a higher practitioner level for one key skill
o Has supported or mentored others in key skills development and shares knowledge.
o Experience of or is capable of managing large teams (up to 15).
o Experience or capability of technically managing the interface to sub contractors or partners.
o Able to use a range of IT tools.
o Has a sound ability to use design tools to produce complex designs.
o Has a working knowledge of the CDM regulations.
o Be able to define and manage Configuration control.
o Can manage a design through a defined design process
o Can define metrics as part of Quality assurance & control.
o Working knowledge of project plans.
o Has a working knowledge of Engineering Safety Management
o Be able to produce/manage complex designs


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