Lead Engineer – Automotive Cyber Security
This position could be based from a number of our UK sites and is therefore advertised across various locations. Please note, however, that there is only one position available.
Come join Alexander Dennis on our mission to save the planet. We are transforming public transport globally by designing, manufacturing, and servicing greener, more eco-friendly, buses and coaches.
Our people are our biggest asset, making us the hugely successful company we are. We are transforming how we work, offering team members more flexibility around how they live and work.
What does that mean for you?
Generous salary package – we reward our people at the level they deserve
A half day every Friday. Yes, a long weekend, every weekend. Giving you more time at the weekend to do the things you love with the people you love
A 37-hour working week, with flexible working options, giving you that much needed work/life balance
Annual leave entitlement which increases with tenure
Pension scheme to help you save for the future
Access to our Employee Assistance Programme which offers practical, impartial support on issues impacting your life
Cycle to work scheme, discounted gym membership, and regular meditation sessions as your health and wellbeing is important to us.
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Your Dream Role
Lead the development of cyber security requirements, cyber security management system and implement the security plan for projects across all Alexander Dennis products.
An exciting opportunity to be the leading subject matter expert within Alexander Dennis for vehicle cyber security.
Undertake cyber security activities in the development phases of the security lifecycle and the Engineering Product Development process.
Initiate and lead production vehicle security audits.
Partner with Engineers delivering cyber security work products to provide assistance, guidance, and ongoing support.
Lead the development and maintenance of the Cyber Security Management system on behalf of Engineering and support similar activities across the business functions.
Develop and delivery of training and coaching for cyber security and best practice.
Strive to continuously improve and develop the security culture within ADL and the wider NFI Group.
Influence design decisions and educate stakeholders by presenting reasoned safety analysis and arguments. Generate technical documentation to a high standard for internal and external stakeholders.
What you will bring:
HNC/Degree or equivalent in Electrical/Electronic or Software Engineering or a similar discipline.
Able to travel between our UK sites as required.
Experience of cyber security management system implementation or use.
You will bring a detailed understanding and experience of cyber security analysis, vehicle electrical systems and controls.
Demonstrable experience of ISO21434 or equivalent cyber security standards and an awareness of UN ECE reg 155 and reg 156.
Excellent project management skills, with experience of delivering and documenting projects to meet customer and business expectations.
Knowledge of communication protocols and tools, CAN, LIN, IP Experience.
Experience of wireless connectivity systems ( 4G, 5G, WiFi, bluetooth)
Relationship building will come easily to you. You will be confident and won’t shy away from working with a variety of stakeholders across the business.
Driven, curious, and passionate about delivering the highest quality of work at all times.
Things can be hectic here. You will have the ability to plan and deliver concurrent tasks and projects, thriving under pressure.
Generally, someone who is approachable, with a strong work ethic and a desire to succeed.
If this sounds like you, and you’re interested in coming ‘aboard’, then we would love to hear from you. Alongside uploading your CV, please share a short covering letter detailing why you’re interested and why we should hire you!
*Recommend a Friend is applicable for this role.
As this role is unlikely to meet UKVI criteria for sponsorship under the skilled worker route, you will be required to have the right of work in the UK from the proposed commencement date.
Please note – if you are an internal applicant, you must notify your line manager of your application.
We care deeply about being inclusive and we encourage applications from people with diverse backgrounds and experiences.
Due to the volume of vacancies and applications, we would prefer that you submit your application online.