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Our client is part of an international group with over 1,600 employees. At their unit in Zedelgem (near Bruges), more than 200 engineers and colleagues work on the development, testing, prototyping and production of high-technology transmission systems and subsystems for high-performance, top-of-the-line vehicles. It's a high tech environment with good training and development opportunities!
Are you the missing link who makes all ends meet? Your goal is to validate if all requirements are fulfilled? Read further below then!
As program validation engineer, you own the creation and execution of the validation plan that is required to prove that the transmissions meet all requirements. At the end of the project, at validation sign-off, you as program validation engineer can present a fully documented plan showing evidence of passing all validations.
You work closely together with the development engineers, the system engineer and the customer to define necessary validations (testing as well as simulation and calculation), the acceptance criteria, the sample size and appropriate program phases for execution.
You collaborate with both internal laboratory as external service providers to construct the timing plan and supervise the execution. As Program Validation Engineer, you ensure timely availability of test specs and reports, and ensure that all reports meet program requirements. You continually update the overall plan and report internally and to the customer.
- Engineer with (desirably but not mandatory) prior experience in development and/or test environment - Dynamic personality, coordinator, team player - Structured worker, with attention to detail for timing plans and documentation - Professional and clear communicator
wat bieden wij?
We offer you a market-oriented salary with interesting fringe benefits: - luncheon vouchers - a hospitalisation - a group insurance - a net monthly remuneration - You work 40 hours/week from Monday to Friday and in addition you get 12 days/year extra days off.