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Systems Verification Engineer

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Asiyan Aydin

Recruitment Partner Consultant at Van Storm

Job summary:

Tasks: ensure verification, validation and acceptance process

Projects: complex defense & security vessels  

Company: naval shipbuilder, part of global shipbuilding group

Main requirements: +5 years of experience in complex engineering processes

Your opportunity

The Systems Verification Engineer plays a pivotal role in Verification, Validation, and Acceptance (VV&A) process. You guarantee adherence to specified requirements by performing document evaluations, conducting design reviews, and ensuring the traceability of project deliverables. From the initial proposal to the final system acceptance, you oversee the development of requirement models, maintain the Verification Cross Reference Matrix (VCRM), and cooperate with third parties. You are responsible for verifying and tracing requirements, including coordinating various acceptance tests.

What you will do

  • Collaborate on requirements engineering and verification and validation activities
  • Establish comprehensive System Requirements and decompose transverse requirements
  • Link system requirements, define verification cases, and specify test specifications
  • Determine and execute Means of Compliance for assigned systems
  • Ensure compliance with requirements and provide evidence of compliance
  • Contribute to system specification agreement and progressive acceptance process

Where you will work

This close client of ours is the leading Dutch developer and builder of marine defense systems. With a strong engineering and yard team, they are delivering world-class complex naval ships to navies around the world. In the current geopolitical climate, the organization is expanding significantly and providing excellent opportunities for professional growth.

  • New technologies galore: state-of-the-art naval technology, digital twinning, virtual reality, and more!
  • Well-established shipyard with a long-lasting track record, part of a global shipbuilding group
  • Excellent market outlook: order book filled way into the 2030s and still more projects expected
  • Cooperating with knowledgeable colleagues, learning and sharing insight

What you already have

  • BSc. or MSc. degree in Marine Engineering, ASEP certificate is a great asset
  • 5+ years of experience in complex engineering processes
  • Proficiency in Configuration Management, Requirements Management, and Systems Engineering
  • Knowledge of VV&A process, marine systems, and class requirements
  • Excellent communication skills and fluent English so you can communicate efficiently with your multi-cultural team
  • Available for full-time in Vlissingen
  • Willingness to perform a background check
  • EU citizenship is a must, due to the nature of the military projects

Your benefits

  • 40 paid holidays per year for an excellent work-life balance
  • Salary based on expertise starting from 51K gross per year
  • Covered commuting and interviewing costs
  • Business Travel Insurance
  • Basic Dutch course, so you will understand the Dutch jokes during the coffee break
  • Access to social gatherings, lectures, and events, so you will meet like-minded friends within the Dutch Maritime Industry. We also offer you a 1-year membership of KNVTS, Royal Dutch Association of Marine Engineers.
  • Housing search support and registration provided by Van Storm 

Sounds interesting?

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