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IVVQ Specialist

Burnaby, BC

Responsibilities 

  • Performs integration activities in-house and at project sites to mitigate the key project acceptance and commissioning risks;
  • Investigates integration anomalies through review of data files, design documentation and through interaction with the development teams;
  • Participates in the analysis of the integration issues and follows up on the rectification of anomalies;
  • Executes formal tests within the laboratory environment;
  • Consistently recognizes anomalous system behaviour and documents the behaviour into the problem tracking system;
  • Conducts initial review of the test results through the observed system responses and the analysis of the collected data;
  • Communicates test observations and results in both oral and written media to superiors and other engineering staff;
  • Prepares problem reports in the defect tracking system describing test failures and defects;
  • Acquires product knowledge through active participation in formal and on the job training, as well as self-study;
  • Prepares trip reports upon completion of field assignments and adheres to the company's processes.
 

Basic Qualifications

  •  A Bachelor’s degree in Electrical, Systems, Computer, Aerospace Engineering or equivalent;
  • 1+ years relevant working experience; Relevant Academic Projects will be considered;
  • Practical experience in using typical programs which are part of Microsoft Office Suite;
  • Practical experience with requirements management and problems tracking tools (e.g. Jira, ClearQuest, Doors, etc.);
  • Entry level knowledge of in-house and field integration methods and procedures;
  • Entry level analysis skills, able to diagnose issues based on test logs and correlate events to failures;
  • Understanding of data communication systems;
  • Understanding of simulation systems;
  • Understanding of troubleshooting techniques;
  • Entry level experience in testing real time embedded mission critical systems;
  • Entry level knowledge of in-house and field testing techniques;
  • Entry level experience in using scripting languages and test automation;
  • Understanding of System Engineering principles, life cycle models and requirements analysis;
  • Knowledgeable of software verification and validation processes;
  • Entry level knowledge of railway signaling techniques, including SelTrac CBTC;
  • Able to handle assignments within a small to medium test team;
  • Able to quickly integrate with the team and work independently;
  • Experience in working within a team using Agile Methodologies;
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.

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