[robotics-worldwide] [jobs] Project Manager & System Engineer (Installation, System Safety ) at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Parinda Bhathiya Bandara Tammita Kumarasiri parinda at ntu.edu.sg
Mon Dec 21 19:00:42 PST 2015


We are looking for a Project Manager & System Engineer for managing the design, manufacture, installation and maintenance of the aerobridge automation system.

Key responsibilities for this role include:
·         ​​​System Design Management
·         Manufacturing Design Management
·         Maintenance Planning and Implementation
·         Project Management
·         Implementing Quality Management Processes
·         Implementing Safety Assurance Standards

Key Skills & Experience Required
·         ​​At least 4 years as a design engineer in mechanical, electrical or electronics systems
·         At least 2 years in a system or project management role
·         Experience with project planning, budgeting and scheduling
·         Experience with implementing project documentation standards ( procedures and drawings ) for manufacturing
·         Familiar with FMEA, DFMA techniques
·         Familiar with System Safety and Risk Analysis Techniques
·         Bachelor’s degree or higher in EE or Mech Eng
·         Strong interpersonal skills
·         Excellent presentation skills

You can send in your CV and a cover letter including a description of past experiences to Asst Prof Justin Dauwels at JDAUWELS at NTU.EDU.SG<mailto:JDAUWELS at NTU.EDU.SG>. An attractive remuneration based on the experiences and qualifications and a standard benefit package competitive with the industry will be provided for the successful applicant.

Link:
http://ste-ntulab.ntu.edu.sg/Pages/Home.aspx


Parinda
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