Project Engineer ETCS (f/m/d)

10 mai | Poste à res­pon­sa­bil­i­tés | 100%

Project Engineer ETCS (f/m/d)

Project Engineer ETCS (f/m/d) 100%

  • Wallisellen

  • 100%

  • Open-end

Stadler has been building trains for over 75 years. With our innovative strength, flexibility and reliability we are a leading manufacturer of rail vehicles today. In 2017 Stadler established an independent, international centre of competence for signalling technology. Today, several teams of highly qualified engineers research and develop signalling solutions in Wallisellen. These include solutions in the areas of automated train operation (ATO), train control system (ETCS) and driverless metro trains (CBTC). Join our team and help us shape the future of mobility!

Your tasks

  • Technical Project Management for ETCS / ATP on-board integration into rail vehicles

  • Overall technical lead of the Project

  • Creation of project timeline including engineering milestones

  • Responsible for the on-time and within budget delivery

  • Stakeholder management with internal & external entities like customers, suppliers and regulatory authorities

  • Reporting of the project KPI to the engineering management

Your profile

  • Engineering Degree from a Technical University or comparable education

  • Five or more years of project management experience preferably in the railway industry

  • Open, flexible, team player and goal-oriented personality

  • Autonomous and proactive working method, strong problem-solving skills

  • Precise and structured way of working

  • Knowledge of ETCS or other ATP on-board systems is an advantage

  • Knowledge of the preparation of evidences for safety proof is an advantage

  • Good knowledge of German and/or English; other languages are an advantage

Further information

  • Start immediately or upon agreement

  • 20-30% of traveling within Europe mainly

  • Applications via agencies are not considered

  • Due to Swiss permit restrictions, applications of Non-EU/EFTA Citizens without valid work permit for Switzerland cannot be prioritized