Up to £0.00 per annum
about 3 years ago
There is a requirement for a Rolling Stock and Depot Compliance & Interfaces Engineer on the Crossrail project in Stratford on a long-term contract.
- To provide engineering support to the Rolling Stock and Depot (RS&D) team within Crossrail.
- Lead on Compliance and Interface issues between the rolling stock, infrastructure and the three signalling systems employed.
- Support all Rolling Stock activities in respect of achieving the Earliest Opening Programme (EOP) for passenger service, for stages 2 and 3 and subsequently stages 4 and 5.
- Support the Rolling Stock Engineering Manager in the development and documentation of interfaces between rolling stock and infrastructure:
- Maintain the Train/Infrastructure Interface Specification (TIIS) ensuring it is updated as necessary to reflect the agreed position between Crossrail Limited (CRL) and Network Rail (NR) regarding the rolling stock interface.
- Participate and lead the review of individual Design Technical Cases, with the objective of establishing compliance and ensuring that these are adequately documented for the future life of the rolling stock.
- Participate and lead the documentation reviews associated with the Project Wide Hazard Register (PWHR) to facilitate the allocation of risks to the various parties and to agree mitigations, so that risks can be closed out on PWHR.
- Review contractors' detailed designs for Driver Only Operation (DOO) installations at stations, expediting the reconciliation of conflicting requirements and ensuring compatibility with the overall system provided by the rolling stock supplier.
- Define and monitor the progress of necessary works to enable gauge clearance of Crossrail Rolling Stock: co-ordinate the detailed development of the Platform Edge Door interface between train, signalling and platform equipment including testing arrangements for the integrated system.
- Represent the RS&D team in discussions relating to the technical aspects of GSM-R and ETCS implementation and ensuring that the rolling stock supplier is kept informed of relevant developments.
- Ensure that the flow of technical information between parties in respect of interface development is timely, accurate and in accordance with overall project programmes: act as convenor of the interdepartmental review meeting for interfaces affecting Rolling Stock and Depot.
- Undertake design reviews of the rolling stock Supplier's technical proposals (including modifications) with particular regard to elements that interface with other Crossrail systems.
- Review testing programmes relating to the new rolling stock and ensure that assurance requirements are satisfied, and that manufactures' testing demonstrates compliance with the relevant specifications.
- Witness test activities on behalf of Crossrail/RfL, on site, or at the rolling stock supplier's premises, or test facilities. This may from time to time include acting as Engineer in Charge on test trains running in the Central Operating Section (COS), which may require working anti-social hours as necessary.
Skills & Experience Required:
- Degree qualified engineer.
- Hold, or be working towards, a professional qualification in civil engineering, rolling stock engineering (mechanical or electrical) or an associated discipline.
- Good knowledge of development, design and/or implementation of major projects.
- Good knowledge of railway operation and railway signalling.
- Good understanding of traction power systems and rolling stock energy efficiency.
- Good knowledge of Railway Group Standards, Technical Specifications for Interoperability and other laws and standards applicable to rolling stock and its interfaces with infrastructure.
- Understanding of project control processes.
- Understanding of cost management and contracts.