The security solutions business produces integrated security solutions to Critical National infrastructure and Militaries all around the world. Using a variety of in house sensors, from the HENSOLDT group of companies, trusted partners, and externally sourced sensors and software modules. The Systems Engineer will be responsible for the integration of sensors and subsystems across the entire lifecycle, from bids to delivery and even post-delivery support.
The Systems Engineer will liaise with multiple departments and entities within the HENSOLDT group, as well as being the face of HENSOLDT Engineering in front of customers.
Generation of technical bids, designing networked multi-sensor systems, defining hardware and software changes, and delivering a suite of equipment to be installed are all part of the systems engineer's responsibility.
Technical support to Sales and Marketing including generating information to support bids, technical presentations to customers, generation of product specifications, and attendance at customer meetings.
Provide technical design solutions to support proposed system changes and bids ensuring appropriate compliance with customer, business and legislative requirements including safety.
Adopt a consistent approach to systems engineering activities throughout the design life cycle.
Take an active involvement in new product design, providing system-level input from product definition through to release into production
Maintain and support legacy/delivered systems including visits to customer sites and installations where necessary.
Monitor and, where possible, introduce up to date technology into HENSOLDT system designs.
Travel within the UK and overseas is required and is considered a frequent feature of this role. This could be required at short notice. It may also involve deployments of up to 6 weeks at a time.
Promote the work of HENSOLDT in the field of Systems Engineering through attendance at conferences and seminars and where appropriate, through the presentation and publication of technical papers