Kapsch TrafficCom is a global leader in the ITS (Intelligent Transportation Systems) industry, focused on connected vehicles, highway traffic management, electronic tolling, and smart city solutions.
Our portfolio of Advanced Traffic Management (ATM) services includes over 40 systems that integrate ATMs, SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition), and automation for collecting real-time traffic and facilities-related data from highways, managed lanes, bridges, and tunnels. This information is delivered to a traffic management center where it is processed for actionable use by road operators, government authorities, and road users.
Our tolling solutions span all-electronic toll collection in free-flow traffic, automated payment at conventional toll plazas, and city tolling. Our solutions comprise radio communication via micro waves, vehicle tracking via GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite Systems), ALPR (Automatic License Plate Recognition) video tolling, and vehicle classification via video and laser sensors LVDC (Laser Vehicle Detection and Classification). Our systems can manage operations for areas ranging from individual roads to entire regions, and can be modified for distance-based or time-based charging.
Our combined intelligent mobility solutions are used to aid traffic management personnel in making critical decisions during emergency response situations, as well as for providing real-time traffic information to road users from the highway to the city.
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Due to continued growth, Kapsch TrafficCom is seeking a Systems Test Engineer for our office in Austin, TX.
- Creation and mapping of client requirements into system requirements, design artifacts, and testing methods
- Analysis of client needs and implementation plans to ensure successful completion of design & delivery phases
- Working with software, hardware, and project management to ensure what the product is, what it does, and what it needs to do are in alignment
- Creation and updating of documentation related to analysis, such as requirements matrices, engineering methodology plans, design documentation, and testing objectives
- Working with clients and senior management as the face of the system
- Evaluation of complex integrated software/hardware solutions against client requirements
- Undergraduate degree in an engineering, computer science, business, or related field
- 2 + years enterprise business analyst experience with complex software systems
- Familiarity with executing formalized test cycles
- Ability to manage and aggressively push project deadlines
- Superior MS-Office Suite skills to include MS-Word, Excel, and Visio
- Superior English writing and communication skills
- Familiarity with software programming
- Experience with micro-transaction or financial systems
- Experience with workflow-based systems
- Familiarity with Linux
- Preference will be given to candidates who have familiarity with Alfresco (content management), JIRA (project/workflow tracking)
- Ability to travel up to 50%
Kapsch TrafficCom is a leading global provider of intelligent transportation systems (ITS) and offers solutions across our customers’ entire value chain – from single products and components, to fully integrated turnkey systems and solutions in the applications of electronic toll collection, commercial vehicle operations, and highway traffic management. The Company is headquartered in Vienna, Austria with North American headquarters in McLean, Virginia and offices throughout the United States (Virginia, Georgia, New York, New Jersey, Texas, California), Canada (Mississauga) and Mexico (Mexico City).
Kapsch TrafficCom is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, marital status or sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, nationality or sex.
Kapsch TrafficCom is a drug-free workplace.
Please apply online at: https://850.dayforcehcm.com/CandidatePortal/en-US/e0229/Posting/View/524