Vancouver, British Columbia

CBTC/Signaling Designer

Title:  CBTC/Signalling Design

Location: Vancouver, BC, Canada
Remote Possible?: Yes

Duration: 12 months to perm

Experience Level: 2 – 5

Job Description:

Location: Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada
Regular Employment, Full time
We’re inventing the future, right here, right now. We design the critical security solutions of tomorrow by combining the curiosity to explore, the intelligence to question and the vision to create. Together we solve complicated problems by combining our experience in the market with our leading research and development capabilities.

About Your Role

As a Senior Signalling Design Engineer you will be responsible to carry out the Design of our client Interlocking and ETCS solutions in turn-key projects for national and international customers. Your work involves solving complex technical issues and assisting with expertise in ongoing projects, be responsible for preparing and implementing solutions in technical projects, responding to customer needs, and ensuring best practices within Client's  Signalling Systems. Your main tasks and responsibilities include:


Prepare Railway Signaling Design schemes for Interlocking and ETCS solutions;
Prepare Railway Signalling exploitation studies and control tables;
Prepare installation book wirings;
Prepare and drive site surveys in order to get inputs for the Design;
Prepare Power Supply dimensioning and Schematics;
Design Relay-driven circuits based on Safety relays;
Provide signalling support for your projects;
Work closely with Client internationally to tailor solutions and ensure implementation of our systems according to customer’s country regulations;
Develop and propose innovative solutions to meet customer requirements in relevant areas.

About You
You own a degree in Electrotechnical Engineering or Equivalent with a minimum of 5 years of experience;
You understand railway signalling technology and principles;
Preferred know-how on Signalling;
You have basic knowledge in automation, including electronic or relay-based command and control systems, and Sensors;
You have basic knowledge in power supply dimensioning;
You can show us knowledge of relevant tools, methods and methodology (e.g.: AutoCad and MS Office);