The people we all rely on to make the world go round – they rely on Thales. In a world that is increasingly fast-moving, unpredictable and full of opportunities, they come to us with big ambitions: to make life better and to keep you safer. Combining a unique diversity of expertise, talents and cultures, our employees design and deliver extraordinary high-tech solutions. With 68.000 talents working in 54 countries, 2000 employees are based in the Netherlands. We are one of the biggest high-tech employers in the field of safety and security.
We help our customers think smarter and act faster in the fields of transportation, defence , space, aerospace and cyberspace, mastering ever-greater complexity and every decisive moment along the way. We are therefore leading the digital transformation, focusing on artificial intelligence, big-data & data analytics, connectivity, mobility and internet of things and cybersecurity.
In the Netherlands, we are located in four cities: Huizen, Delft, Eindhoven and Hengelo (HQ). Together with an extensive ecosystem of knowledge partners, customers and suppliers, we work on radars for naval vessels, cyber security solutions, transportation systems, communication equipment for land forces, cryogenic cooling solutions, research & development for radar tech (in collaboration with TU Delft) and research & development for serious gaming (in collaboration with the University of Twente).
About the team
We support the Thales organization by
To strengthen our Operational Analysis team we are looking for a:
System Analysis Engineer (SAE)
About the job
As a SAE you are part of a multi-disciplined team of other SAE’s. The SAE participates in all the activities of the Operational Analysis team. The primary method of supporting the Thales organization is by simulation of operational performance of contemporary and future defence systems. The team is responsible for developing a custom simulation framework, the creation of the models used within the framework and the tools used for analysis of the output. Models include amongst other things: radars, optronic sensors, command and control systems, defence systems and threats. Each member of the team has in time developed their own specialty.
The job involves a lot of interaction with colleagues from within and outside the Operational Analysis team as well as full-on technical work. Enthusiasm and pleasure in the work is essential. Within the team you will be supported to (further) develop the skills and acquire the domain knowledge necessary to understand and portray naval warfare operations, provide threat and scenario definitions and generate appropriate operational performance.
It would be a plus if you are familiar with one or more of the following subjects/technologies: