® application would be an advantage.
Due to a number of exciting forthcoming opportunities, SyntheSys Defence has a requirement for a Tactical Data Link (TDL) Trainer/Consultant. SyntheSys Defence has been providing TDL training for over 30 years and during that time we have gained a global reputation for providing relevant, up to date training courses to a wide range of military and commercial organisations. Due to an increase in demand for our services we are now looking to employ an additional TDL Instructor.
Please note, job applications from outside the United Kingdom would be welcome. Closing date for applications is 30th September 2020.
To register your interest, or to have a more in-depth discussion about this role, please contact Mr Tony Castle on +44 (0) 1947 821 464 or send us an email at email@example.com.
SyntheSys is delighted to have recently completed TRACE Certified Due Diligence. TRACE is a globally recognised business association dedicated to anti-bribery, compliance and good governance and leading provider of shared-cost third party risk management solutions. Members and clients include over 500 multinational companies located worldwide.
Certification by TRACE signifies that SyntheSys Systems Engineers Limited has completed internationally accepted due diligence procedures and has been forthcoming and cooperative during the review process.
SyntheSys’ Contracts Manager, Jacqui Readman, commented:
‘Here at SyntheSys, we take our commitment to commercial transparency seriously which is why the TRACEcertification is important to our business. TRACE is a widely recognised certification, which we are positive will assist in building strong relationships with new and existing commercial partners.’
TRACE’s president, Alexandra Wrage, said:
‘TRACEcertification helps SyntheSys differentiate itself from competitors by demonstrating its commitment to commercial transparency through completion of TRACE’s heavily benchmarked and comprehensive due diligence review.’
View our complete TRACE Certified Due Diligence report: https://bit.ly/3gL5QRV
For more information about our accreditations, please visit http://www.synthesys.co.uk/memberships-and-accreditations.html, or to speak to a member of our team about your current or future projects, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The latest issue of OptimiSE Magazine is out now. Issue 5 gives the latest from SyntheSys together with some light-hearted technical insight. We provide some ‘food for thought’ if you are looking for new ways of improving efficiency at an organisational level or extending your skills at an individual level.
In this issue, we feature an article on how to adapt the product life cycle for complexity (Page 6) which leads into an article looking at the latest IBM® Engineering Lifecycle Management toolset (Page 8). We are also pleased to offer the free ‘Continuous Engineering for Dummies’ on Page 12.
Finally, we would love to hear from you! Have you got something to shout about? A burning question to ask, or a topic you are passionate about and would like the opportunity to share your thoughts? We are inviting members of the systems engineering community to contribute articles. If you are interested in contributing to OptimiSE magazine, please contact email@example.com