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Oct 202019
 

 

Software Solution Technical Authority

BWP are presently representing an international infrastructure solutions leader with a focus on planning, design, technology and construction management services.

 

Overview:

Responsible for coordinating the design, integration and implementation of the Road Management Center (RMC) Master Software Solution.

 

Main Duties:

  • Overall supervision of the design of the RMC Master Software Solution
  • Overall supervision of the design, integration and implementation of ITS subsystem interfaces
  • Overall supervision of the integration and implementation of the RMC Software Solution as per the contractual deliverables of the awarded contractor
  • Ensuring the clients requirements related to the RMCSS are fulfilled
  • Coordinating regular design meetings with the awarded contractor and client’s personnel
  • Ensuring the project program is adhered to and identifying any issues together with mitigation solutions
  • Overall supervision of the ITS and SCADA integration experts
  • Ensuring all documentation adheres to the client’s quality control standards
  • Final approver of RMCSS contractor deliverables.

Skills And Experience:

  • Minimum of 10 years’ experience of ITS integration into control centres
  • Experience of designing IT infrastructure for Data Centres
  • Experience of telecommunication infrastructure within Data Centres
  • Experience of large scale, multi-stakeholder IT and ITS projects.

 

Job Details

Posted Date: 2019-10-18
Job Location: Qatar
Job Role: Information Technology
Company Industry: IT Services
Monthly Salary: US $9,000

Preferred Candidate

Career Level: Management

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