Our Client has a contract to build and operate the Honolulu Rail Transit Project in Honolul, the first fully automated driverless transit system of the United States.
The first phase of the project, linking East Kapolei on the Ewa Plain and Aloha Stadium, is scheduled to open in early 2021. Its second phase continuing the line across urban Honolulu to Ala Moana Center is due to open in December 2025.
The project constructs an almost entirely elevated rapid transit line from the eastern edge of Kapolei, near the University of Hawaii-West Oahu campus, to Ala Moana Center (East of Honolulu downtown). The line passes through communities along southern Oahu, via Honolulu International Airport and downtown Honolulu. It will have twenty-one stations and run from Kapolei to Honolulu, passing through Waipahu, Pearl City, Waimalu, Aiea, and Halawa
They are looking for two experienced ATC Testing and Commissioning Engineers and TWO Communications Testing and Commissioning Engineers for their Honolulu Project.
- Ensure the execution of electrical and functional tests (e.g. electrical rigidity, track circuits receivers calibration)
- Ensure the on time issue the tests reports of the performed tests and non compliance reports
- Support the execution of Commissioning Engineering activities (e.g. organizing testing sessions with the customer)
- Contribute to review documents to issue the as-built documentations
- Contribute to define and write the tests procedures of a test phase (Signaling room tests, trackside tests, on-board equipment, integration Signaling room/trackside/on-board equipment)
- Ensure the effective application of HSE plans on site during test commissioning phase
- Knowledge of testing tools, including multimeters, oscilloscopes, and function generators
- Ability to perform testing independently
- Good verbal and written communication skills
- Competent in Microsoft Office products
- Experience in commissioning activities within the railway field
- Ability to read and interpret wiring diagrams
Because of COVID restrictions only North American candidates can be considered
The assignments are for initially 8 months but could turn permanent for the right people.