System Architect & Requirements Engineer

Ref No. EMP505753
Salary £40 - £50/hour
Location West Midlands, England
Start date ASAP
Job type Contract (6 Months)
Job Status Not Specified

Introduction

2 Contract Opportunities for System Architects with System Requirements experience in the Automotive sector. Proven use of SysML, System Design, Electronics and ideally Automotive SPICE.

Important

System Architect, SysML, System Requirements, Automotive, SPICE, Electronics, 26262

The Job

This role is Inside IR35 for tax purposes

Pay £40 - £50 ph Umbrella (£34.10 - £42.63 PAYE)

There is significant element of working from home available.


System Architect and Requirements Engineer

As System Architect and Requirements Engineer you are responsible for developing and maintaining the architecture and requirements of an electric drive system. This involves;

  • Supporting compliance analysis to system/customer requirements
  • Developing structural and behavioral architecture of the system by creating/modifying/maintaining behavioral and structural diagrams in SysML
  • Cooperating with Software, Hardware, Mechanical, Safety and Test engineers to develop architecture
  • Creating/modifying/maintaining system requirements to satisfy customer demand
  • Creating and maintaining traceability between system architecture and system requirements
  • Verifying system design via system analysis tools such as dFMEA and FTA


Your profile:

  • University degree or polytechnic degree in electronics, mechanics, mechatronics or equivalent,
  • Knowledge of mechatronics systems and functional safety in the automotive area,
  • Knowledge of SysML or UML languages,
  • Knowledge of requirements management
  • Excellent oral/written communication and presentation skills (English)
  • Familiarity with Agile/Scrum methodology is a big plus,
  • Knowledge of Automotive SPICE and ISO26262 is a significant advantage,

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