You will provide technical leadership into assigned projects and be expected to guide/mentor the design team to achieve its deliverables.
You will work in collaboration with other design disciplines in Common Data Environment, some of your roles and responsibilities include:
Leading and assisting with the preparation of documentation relating to projects;
Engaging with and developing good working relationships with multiple internal and external stakeholders, including Network Rail / local authorities / Tier 1 contractor’s clients and other disciplines;
Check and approval of technical work by the design team;
Mange delivery teams;
Act as Contractors Responsible Engineer (CRE) - Design;
Help to develop the production of drawings, reports and specifications;
Scope and supervise surveys;
Input to and preparation of bids and proposals;
Providing technical guidance and mentorship to junior members of the team.
Experience of working in the UK rail industry with good working knowledge of Network Rail Grip process / standards and approval processes;
Acted as CRE (Design) for Rail Engineering projects;
Excellent written and oral communication skills;
Ability to communicate with a variety of audience using different mediums;
Able to work as part of a multidisciplinary team comprising planners, designers, engineers and technicians, providing technical guidance to less experienced members of the team;
Manage own and others time, ensuring deliverables to agreed deadlines and within budget;
Ability to respond to Project Manager and Client requests and meet challenging deadlines.
Engineering degree in a relevant discipline;
Chartered Member of the Institute of Civil Engineers or equivalent;
Experience in delivering and managing all stages of multi-disciplinary engineering projects from initial studies through to detailed design;
Typically a minimum of 5 years’ experience working in the rail sector;
PTS qualification desirable.
Experience working in some of the below areas:
Lineside civils works;
Platform and canopy design;
Gantry and foundation designs;
Rock cutting stabilisations works;
Designers risk assessments;
Bridge design, refurbishment and strengthening schemes;
Completing design forms (F001-003);
Cat 3 checking of third-party designs;
Previous delivery of projects through Network Rail Grip stages 1-3;
Management and consulting skills and knowledge are desirable;
Highly motivated and willing to take on new challenges;
Commercial awareness and an interest in the financial success of projects as well as engineering;
Experience of Railway station developments desirable;
UK Driving Licence is desirable.
25 days plus bank holidays per annum;
Company Car / Allowance;
Flexible benefits - including paying for professional body membership fees, cycle to work scheme, childcare vouchers and retail discounts.
Please contact Brian La-Ffin directly for a confidential discussion about how this opening could enhance your experience (0161 941 5277 / 07895710250 / email@example.com)