We are looking for a qualified Signaling and Train Control Coordinator to work as a part of the Trillium Project Systems team. Reporting to the Vehicle Integration Manager, the incumbent will plan, direct and coordinate design/integration/installation activities and on-site testing to comply with specifications, requirements and codes. How will you contribute to the team? Ensure the identification, the management and the traceability of Overall Signaling System Requirements for Design and Testing Ensure the apportionment of Overall Signaling System requirements to each of the subsystems which constitute the Signaling system. Ensure the Signaling System achieve Functionalities and performances. Ensure the identification, management and resolution of all the interfaces between the Signaling Subsystem and the Other Subsystems (e.g. Rolling Stock, fixed facilities, systems) as well as the internal interfaces within the Signaling Subsystem. Ensure the definition of the Physical Architecture of the Signaling part and Integrate it within the Overall Physical Architecture of the overall System. Ensure that the Development of the Products complies with the Requirements and Interfaces of a project. Ensure the delivery of the assigned tasks on time, on budget and quality. Ensure the definition of signaling system integration test procedures, the implementation of any requested test improvement, the execution of such tests and the preparation of final test dossier. Ensure the definition of test procedures, the implementation of any requested test. Ensure construction work complies with all engineering standards, codes, specifications and design instruction. What will you contribute? You have an Electrical Engineering related degree with three 3 years minimum experience as a coordinator Experience with overall systems architecture design Prefer rail or rail transit domain experience Telecoms and Network designs Automated control design and development systems Conventional signaling control designs Knowledge and exposure to Positive Train Control (PTC) systems. In-Cab Signalling Systems CBTC (Communication based train control) systems and designs You have a working knowledge of mechanical and electrical engineering systems, principles and practices. Knowledge of AREMA, AAR, APTA, CROR, Transport Canada, and FRA regulations/standards. Able to lead discussions with the partners, clients and suppliers. Excellent MS Office skills, especially Excel and Word. You have a valid driving license. What we offer at SNC-Lavalin Opportunity to work on various projects of various sizes Competitive salary Motivational financial package & flexible benefits Defined contribution pension plan in which SNC-Lavalin contributes Work equipment provided according to the season (boot, bib, helmet, gloves, etc.); Employee Share Ownership Plan (ESOP) Employee Assistance Program (EAP) 3 weeks of vacation time Learning and development programs, training, career opportunities You wish to leverage your experience and contribute to this position? Apply now!