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Signalling Design Engineer

ID de l'offre R0075155 Date de publication 07/10/2019 Lieu: Singapour, Singapore
Full time, Contrat à Durée Indéterminée (CDI)
Location: Singapore, Singapore

Thales people architect solutions that support 85 million mainline and suburban passenger journeys, worldwide, every day. Our Rail Signalling and Communication systems are used on metro lines across major cities, and 72,000 kms of route, 52,000 trains per day in 16 countries are controlled by our Traffic Management Systems. Together We deployed the first-ever nationwide ticketing system which processes over 50 million ticketing transactions in 100 cities daily.

Thales in Singapore has been present since 1973, providing state-of-the-art solutions for customers in the aerospace, defence, security and transportation markets. Today, Thales in Singapore employs over 600 people and is home to all regional avionics services, a ground transportation integration centre, and regional innovation hub.

Thales is modernizing Singapore’s oldest and longest railway lines by commissioning a state of the art communication based train control system for the North-South and East-West lines.  The work has a direct impact on commuter experience with improvements such as shorter intervals between trains, less service disruptions, and faster travel times.

You will be working as a Signalling Design Engineer within the System Design team.  The work performed is often focused on the station, trackside electrical and mechanical design artefacts such as wiring diagrams, cable layouts, CAD drawings, physical trackside hardware, and signalling routing tables.  The team also designs interfaces to various equipment and third parties such as platform screen doors, legacy signalling system, emergency stop plungers, signal lights, switches and others.

You will work closely with the Installation, Testing and Commissioning team, Procurement team and others in support of the overall One Team One Thales objectives.

Tasks & Responsibilities

  • Responsible for designing complex and signalling functional systems (including design, review, installation, testing and design configuration).
  • Interface control, scheme plans, control tables, book of wiring, I/O bitmaps, block design and analysis using Microstation (CAD Tool).
  • Participating in/lead design reviews to detect the design errors, analyzing verification and validation feedback and site tests, leading design efforts for complex signaling solutions for unique signaling and wider challenges including presenting and defending the technical solutions to the customer, and performing expert review of the requirements.
  • Producing design documentation including hardware system requirements.
  • Ensuring the hardware design and functional documents produced are issued and controlled in accordance with company processes.
  • Correlation at site (trackside, stations or trains).
  • Problem solving capabilities during the wayside component/design failure.
  • Capabilities to propose hardware components and bill of material.


  • Must have a Bachelor’s degree in Signalling, Electrical or Electronic Engineering (or equivalent)
  • Experience with the following is desirable:
  • 5 years of experience in a signalling design or hardware application design position
  • Electrical circuit design experience
  • Institute of Railway Signal Engineers (IRSE) certification
  • Knowledge of railway signalling industry standards

At Thales we provide CAREERS and not only jobs. With Thales employing 80,000 employees in 68 countries our mobility policy enables thousands of employees each year to develop their careers at home and abroad, in their existing areas of expertise or by branching out into new fields. Together we believe that embracing flexibility is a smarter way of working. Great journeys start here, apply now!

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