Requirement Management Engineer

Expleo - Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville, QC (13 months ago)

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Purpose of the job

As part of the Global Engineering organization in charge of Product development and performance on a project or platform, the Requirement Management Engineer leads, coordinates and contribute to the following Requirements Management activities performed by the project team along the full V-cycle phases in accordance to the RM directive:

  • Definition of the requirements input documents from the stakeholders (except for certification notified bodies);
  • Identification of the requirement in the input documents (except the certification and safety ones);
  • Ensures clarification of the not “SMART” input requirements with the different stakeholders;
  • Drives required versus product GAPs analysis in the bid, design, validation phases
  • Ensures follow-up on Gap analysis by the responsible parties at engineering and project level.
  • RBS requirements allocation to train level specifications or subsystem level specifications;
  • Verification of the requirements developed at train level;
  • Verification of the requirements developed at subsystems level;
  • Verification of the allocation of the developed requirements to subsystems made from the transversal performances experts;
  • Change and the configuration management for requirements in all the deliverables of vehicle engineering (database and documents);
  • Support the implementation of the Product Engine RM targets as defined by the Product Engine RM
The Requirement Management Engineer undertakes delegated responsibilities from the Project Chief Engineer and Commercial Manager.


Responsible for undertaking requirement management tasks in support of developing the whole train design, support and guide project design team members, especially the Vehicle Engineers team, to ensure requirements are correctly considered, valid technical design decisions are made and that associated technical risks are identified and managed.


Responsible for ensuring all requirements are consolidated in a project set of technical requirements, all RBS requirements are allocated to one or several requirement specifications, division and allocation is elaborated by adequate specialists (ex reliability or noise targets), satisfaction evidence are identified.


Check overall consistency and correct link, alignment between design documents or design activities. Develop a risk management plan based on the potential performance gaps between expected final performance and contractual or legal obligations.


Elaborate regular reporting on the activity : Change (from an existing product) and Risk heat maps, requirements processing / management status


Ensure correct tool set-up, define Requirement Breakdown Structure for the project, identify users,


Proficiency level


Proficiency level

Technical Domain Experience

Advanced Practitioner

Engineering Experience

Independent/Advanced Practitioner

Cognitive Behaviours

Problem Solving

Core Competences


Customer Orientation







Drive For Results

Making Decisions






Qualifications & Functional Knowledge

Degree and/or Chartered status essential, Masters Degree desirable.

Technical domain experience essential, System Integration experience essential, System Architectural understanding essential.

Rail experience desirable.

Significant experience and hands on delivery of the design, analysis, development, testing and delivery of engineering solutions that solve complex requirements.

Provide cost and schedule estimates on complicated engineering programs.

Provide technical expertise in (……technical domain….)

Be able to demonstrate the ability to use this technical knowledge in the support of other departments (engineering, production, procurement, projects) and the development of less experienced engineering personnel.

Leadership – Management or Technical
Works independently through the application of acquired knowledge, precedent and judgment based upon standard procedures

Acts as a resource for colleagues with less experience; may direct the work of other staff members.

Innovates and leads the way.

Encourages others and recognises success, by empowering them and acknowledging their contribution.

Has the ability and desire to lead others as well as an ability to inspire, motivate and build enthusiasm.

Strives to drive cross-team collaboration and lead by example in actions, delivery and behavior.

Cognitive Behaviours: Problem Solving

Demonstrable ability to solve complex problems; analyse possible solutions using technical experience and judgement.

Performs in depth analysis of symptoms, root causes and impacts of a given problem or situation.

Understands the issue by breaking it into smaller pieces or working through it in a systematic, step by step way, appreciative of the integration challenges.

Understands how to simplify complex issues and differentiates critical facts from unimportant details.

Ensures maximized sustainability by making good decisions and monitoring them.

Conducts complex analyses, and ensures use of several analytical techniques to identify multiple solutions to a problem, weighing up the potential impact of each one.

Digs beneath the surface to find the facts and inquire outside the defined boundaries of responsibility.

Proactively investigates areas outside current responsibility, even when not asked to do so, in order to initiate action and respond to specific situations.

Cognitive Behaviours: Innovation

Proposes and implements new ideas and ways of thinking about methods, processes and technologies in order to achieve or improve performance objectives.

Identifies problems and opportunities, recognizes patterns between situations that are not obviously related and takes specific action to address them.

Contributes to an environment that is conducive to the generation of new ideas by challenging established structures.

Supports opportunities for brainstorming and idea generation around products, services or process improvement.

Implements new and creative ways of doing things to improve products, processes, tools and services

Creates and applies different approaches to enhance standard processes and procedures.

Area & Nature of Impact

Able to design engineering systems and complex interfaces

Gather and analyse complicated technical data, to solve system level design problems by performing system trade-off and coordination studies

Create novel design alternatives

Develop reliability, safety and maintainability approaches and decide on optimum design approach.

Impacts a range of customer, operational, project or service activities within own team and other teams whose work activities are closely related.

Anticipates underlying customer needs, by foreseeing unspoken customer needs and providing advice on available and customised products and services to address them.

Leads design reviews internally and with customers

Impacts a range of customer, operational, project or service activities within own team and other teams whose work activities are closely related

Interpersonal & Communication Skills
Demonstrates excellent communication skills, and be able to communicate across a wide group of audiences – engineering communities, customers (internal & external), senior management.

Have that ability to make the complex simple.

Be clear in the identification and stakeholder understanding of the key issues, opportunities, alternatives