Lead Project Engineer
Job DescriptionRullion have an exciting opportunity for a Lead/Prinicipcal Project Engineer to work within Signalling, Systems & Infrastructure. You will join their new project delivery team based in Barking, East London. Our client have recently been selected to deliver the signalling works to extend the existing Gospel Oak to Barking London Overground services and provide a new railway connection to the Barking Riverside development currently under construction.
As the Lead Project Engineer you will play a key role supporting the Engineering Manager and Lead Project Manager in delivering the engineering requirements of the project programme and resources to deliver the planned works within budget, safely and within set timescales.
The role will require the following:
Ensure integration of design, installation and testing activities acting as Contractor's Engineering Manager.
Ensure the engineering elements are delivered to programme and are compliant with defined scope and applicable standards.
Implement and maintain best practice signalling engineering processes as part of a continual improvement plan.
Ensure that suitable project plans are in place to support efficient resource management.
Implement the clients engineering management system within the local project.
Perform technical inspections on regular basis and take corrective action to resolve problems identified.
Highlight and document project derogations or temporary non-compliances, liaising with the Professional Head of Signalling.
To undertake safety critical or safety related activities relevant to competence and authority to work
Maintain and monitor and control engineering registers.
The successful candidate must have the following skills, qualifications & experience:
IRSE licenced Engineering Manager (Lead Engineer) (6.8.110) plus module F (Project Engineer) or Project Engineer 1.2.230.
Experience of working in signalling design, installation or testing, with an in-depth knowledge of railway construction.
Extensive experience of undertaking and supporting risk assessments.
Extensive experience of organising and managing a large number of complex tasks.
Experience of business management.
MSc or BSc degree level education in an engineering discipline.
Detailed awareness of Network Rail standards and procedures.
Strong computer skills, specifically in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
Our client is committed to create a diverse & international working environment, that reflects the future of our industry, our clients and end-users. As an employee, you will have a unique opportunity to continue to build your career and directly contribute to the expanding growth of the global transport industry.
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