Up to £0.00 per annum
almost 2 years ago
There is a requirement for a Rolling Stock Assurance Delivery Manager on the Crossrail project for at least a year on a contract-basis in North-West London.
- To manage and support the delivery and acceptance of technical assurance submissions in order to demonstrate compliance of the Crossrail rolling stock with defined regulations, standards and requirements.
- Support the achievement of compliance of the Rolling Stock for Stage 3 (Sponsor, Crossrail Project Functional Requirements (CPFR) and Operating Concept requirements and Assurance requirements and relevant standards and legislation) by application of a Technical Assurance process complementing the Crossrail Technical Assurance Strategy.
- To support delivery of Rolling Stock assurance activities in respect of achieving the Earliest Opening Programme (EOP) for passenger service, for stages 2 and 3 and subsequently stages 4 and 5.
- Co-ordinate the assurance related interfaces of the Rolling Stock with all other Crossrail disciplines and 3rd parties, including Infrastructure Managers and the Crossrail train operating company - MTRC.
- Support the identification and management of Rolling Stock assurance and overall railway systems assurance risks.
- Develop testing strategies for the integration of the Rolling Stock with the Central Section and Network Rail infrastructure.
- Create appropriate assurance progress trackers, dashboards and visual-reporting metrics:
- for reporting the status of assurance to senior management;
- for driving the progress of assurance deliverables from the supply chain and interfacing teams.
- Develop and implement processes to demonstrate assurance across system interface boundaries.
Skills & Experience Required:
- Experience of the application and use of the Common Safety Method for Risk Evaluation and Assessment (CSM RA).
- Experience of undertaking assurance / compliance activities within the UK rail industry.
- Awareness of Interoperability Regulations, Railway Group Standards and other laws and standards applicable to rolling stock and infrastructure interfaces.
- Project management experience including knowledge of schedule management, risk/issue management, approvals & acceptance, quality, safety matters, programme and reporting.
- Experience of rolling stock engineering within the railway operating or manufacturing industries.
- Familiarity with working in a major railway project environment.
- Educated to Degree level in a mechanical, electrical discipline or equivalent level of practical experience.
- Membership of a professional engineering institution holding Chartered status.
- Ability to manage internal and external stakeholders and deal with competing interests in an inclusive and pragmatic manner.