Mechanical Engineer-Rolling Stock Rail & Transit Engineering Canada – Apply

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  • Employment Type: Full-Time
  • Job Type: Engineering
  • Education: 4 Year Degree
  • Experience: Not Specified
  • Manages Others: Not Specified
  • Industry: Other Great Industries
  • Required Travel: Not Specified
  • Job ID: R-002927

Mechanical Engineer-Rolling Stock Rail & Transit Engineering Canada – Apply now

Job Description: Mechanical Engineer-Rolling Stock Rail & Transit Engineering Canada

  • Provide rail vehicle mechanical systems engineering services to SNCL clients with subject matter expertise in:
  • Procurement engineering support of new or overhauled rail vehicles
  • Engineering support for all rolling stock systems and subsystems on a variety of assignments
  • Engineering support for technical specifications for functional and subsystems, including testing, maintenance, training requirements and overhauls
  • Perform technical reviews of vehicle and subsystem designs for transit and railway fleets, analyze technical requirements and prepare appropriate review comments
  • Assess performance and specification compliance with respect to contractual documents, FRA, APTA, EN and other applicable standards
  • Perform oversight and witnessing of design documentation, analysis and testing
  • Support system integration of vehicle subsystems and complete vehicles from different suppliers for compatibility and functional performance
  • Proactively identifying and resolving key safety risks in all relevant projects.
  • To ensure that all work is undertaken in accordance with SNC-Lavalin’s procedures, including quality procedures and safety management system.

Key Outputs: Mechanical Engineer-Rolling Stock Rail & Transit Engineering Canada

  • Conducting thorough and in depth design reviews
  • Preparation of presentations and reports
  • Preparation of technical minutes of meetings
  • Timely completion of time booking and expense submittal
  • Maintain professional confidentiality relating to client information
  • Maintain professional expertise by participating in approved Continuing Professional Development programs

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Providing high quality rail vehicle systems engineering and project support on multiple projects focused on mechanical systems
  • Providing professional level of service at all points of contact with the client, including email, phone and face to face meetings.
  • Delivering output in line with the quality standards of SNCL
  • Achieving on-time task deliverables
  • Building organizational knowledge of rail system technology, regulations, requirements, and guidelines
  • Supporting proposal development as assigned
  • Pursuing professional development in industry areas and technical knowledge
  • Following business policies, protocols and procedures
  • Working well in a team environment where team members may not necessarily be co-located.

Qualifications: Mechanical Engineer-Rolling Stock Rail & Transit Engineering Canada

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required.

Education and/or Equivalent Experience:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering plus seven (7) to ten (10) years relevant experience required.
  • Relevant experience includes:
  1. Rolling stock design and/or manufacturing, plus experience with the vehicle fleet procurement process;
  2. Working with a rail vehicle manufacturer in the area of mechanical systems as a design or production engineer;
  3. Machine design, structural design, welding metallurgy, manufacturing processes, design for manufacturing;
  4. Classical stress analysis, linear and non-linear Finite Analysis and vibration analysis;
  5. Ability to demonstrate knowledge of industrial standards and codes, including, ASTM, ASME, ANSI, AWS, Federal and Military Standards, NFPA;
  6. Familiarity with vehicle and subsystems from key market suppliers in order to perform detailed design product reviews and reports;
  7. Knowledge of EN and industrial standards;
  8. Direct experience with the design and manufacturing of rail vehicles and/or locomotive components, including, carbody, trucks, brakes, Crash Energy Management (CEM) systems.
  9. Professional Engineering Status (or equivalent) will be beneficial.

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