Systems Engineering Manager

A Systems Engineering Manager with strong experience of System Integration and Software products is required to join a Global Aerospace company.

If you are looking for an exciting new challenge with the responsibility of changing the face of Systems Engineering within a rapidly growing organisation then apply now.

Role: Systems Engineering Manager

As Systems Engineering Manager you will be responsible for:

+ Team management and responsible for the oversight of daily operations of the Systems Engineering Team

+ Developing and administers schedules, work plans, and performance requirements for the Systems Engineering Team

+ Supporting the creation of department roadmaps and annual budgets

+ Responsible for the forecasting of effort and cost to completion, in order to manage performance against plan and address overspend or schedule slip
+ Ensure that verification and validation testing is performed by the team in accordance with best industry practices and that appropriate test artefacts are maintained for both internal and external purposes

+ Provide technical direction and exert technical influence, in conjunction with domain experts and system architects, such that the optimal approach, architecture, design, and toolchain are selected


As Systems Engineering Manager you will have experience:

+ Degree qualified or equivalent in Computer Science or other relevant discipline
+ Strong Team management and leadership experience, preferably experience with Agile methodology

+ Engineering process for requirements analysis, design, execution, test, acceptance, and delivery, with focus on software projects and services

+ Planning and execution of systems engineering and test activities to deliver systems, products, or services

+ Software products and life-cycle - development, integration, and release

+ Experience with test automation and SDLC

+ Previous experience of Satcom Communications / Networks / Avionics / IFE
+ Product experience with Linux, AWS or Virtualisation technologies would be advantageous