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Rail: Designated Project Engineer (DPE): Glasgow

  • Location

    Glasgow, Scotland

  • Sector:

    Rail & Civil Infrastructure

  • Job type:

    Temporary

  • Salary:

    Up to £0.00 per annum

  • Contact:

    Rosie Wilkinson

  • Contact email:

    rosie.wilkinson@talascendint.com

  • Job ref:

    BBBH91026_1540987779

  • Published:

    10 months ago

  • Expiry date:

    2018-11-30

  • Consultant:

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Network Rail are looking for a Designated Project Engineer (Systems Engineer) for at least 6 months in Glasgow.

Role Brief:

  • Typically carrying out the role of Designated Project Engineer in accordance with NR/L2/INI/02009 for a particular scheme or schemes.
  • There are a large suite of projects coming up which are multidisciplinary enhancement schemes within IPSNE work bank in Scotland.
  • You will be leading a virtual team of discipline engineers within the project environment.
  • You will also be involved with commercial cost management, programme controls and schedule adherence and the design development, integration and delivery elements on multi-disciplinary railway schemes.

Skills & Experience Required:

  • You will ideally be a railway engineer, however applications are invited from individuals of any discipline who can demonstrate a good understanding of the holistic railway system across all rail engineering disciplines, with detailed knowledge and experience of large multi-functional projects/programmes.

  • Experience delivering large schemes in a multi-disciplinary setting.

  • Rail background - Network Rail, with knowledge of Network Rail systems and procedures.
  • Knowledge of legislation and standards supporting the delivery of railway infrastructure projects including NR standards and Railway Group standards.

  • Projects are likely to be Common Safety Case (CSM) Significant, and may also be Interoperable under Railway Interoperability Regulations, thus knowledge and appreciation of these matters in a railway setting is required.