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RAMS Engineer (Junior to Senior level)

Job Description

The Siemens Mobility division has exciting opportunities for RAMS Engineers. These roles will be located in our Bangkok office. The Siemens Mobility team is looking for an individual that is aligned with our company values.

The scope of supported activity includes customer Projects and tendering activities, so you will be responsible for performing RAMS activities on assigned Projects.


The Candidate

  • Ensures that all necessary technical documents (hazard analyses, safety cases, safety related application conditions (SRACs) and RAM related work, etc.) are prepared and delivered within project time lines and budget.
  • Provides support in project execution with the objective of meeting customer requirements in terms of reliability, availability, maintainability and safety.
  • Prepare of RAMS deliverables to meet project and contractual requirements
  • Monitor the system during the initial in-service period to provide reliability demonstration, if contractually required
  • Check adherence to RAMS requirements

The Challenge

  • At least 3 years of experience in RAMS engineer
  • Able to digest the signalling scope for signalling alteration, you will need to interact with the core engineering team in AUNZ.
  • Knowledge of signalling system is optional. This part will be related to the hazard analysis. You will need to find out any change or novel design leading to safety consequences
  • Knowledge of RAMS Standards ie EN50126/28/29/59 are preferable
  • Knowledge of ProjectWise, ChampFX, MS Office are preferable
  • Flexibility to travel as per project requirements
  • Excellent self-discipline and adherence to quality forms and procedure
  • Good communication skills with the ability to work in a team environment.


Organization: Siemens Mobility

Company: Siemens Mobility Limited

Experience Level: Early Professional

Full / Part time: Full-time

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