As a Requirements Engineer you will identify and document the wishes of the customer with regard to a naval shipbuilding project. You will capture the customer’s wishes and requirements using the Requirements Management tool, and support further grouping and decomposition of these requirements to support the establishment of clear and functional specifications for processes and products to be developed. These will be used by the engineering teams or used to specify subcontracted work to suppliers. As Requirements Engineer you will report to the Manager Systems Engineering and to the Project Manager Engineering for the assigned project.
Capturing customer requirements in the requirements management tool (DOORS).
Safeguarding establishment of requirements baselines and traceable changes thereto.
Analysing and further grouping and decomposition of requirements for use by the respective engineering teams, supporting the establishment of clear functional and non-functional specifications.
Participate in making the formulated requirements smart, consistent and identification of any conflicting requirements that need to be resolved.
Structuring the functional and non-functional requirements for specific work packages to be performed, either internally or by means of outsourcing/subcontracting.
Actively keeping an eye on the follow up of the development process in the role of Requirement Engineer, by ensuring traceability in the compliance lists with regards to the (proposed) Means of Compliance and the Verification Cross Reference Matrix (VCRM) is duly captured.
Create and distribute reports (dashboards) on the status of requirements to internal stakeholders throughout the design and development process for the naval vessel, being an integrated system of systems.
Ensuring all HSEQ and IMED policies and procedures are in place, understood, owned, maintained and duly followed.
Bsc or Msc preferably in Systems Engineering, Marine Engineering or equivalent
Affinity with Model Based System Engineering (deriving requirements based on analysis of operational deployment/ usage scenarios and what that means for system behavior to identify derived and or decomposed requirements).
Experience with working on international projects in a matrix organization.
Languages: Fluent in English, at least basic German, Dutch is considered an advantage
EU citizenship or EU work visa is required
A background check will be part of the selection procedure
Salary 4000 - 5500 gross per month, depending on knowledge and level of experience
Challenging projects in a technology and innovation-driven international work environment
Opportunities for personal and career development
Active corporate culture with many events & sports