South East London, London
Up to £0.00 per annum
almost 2 years ago
There is a requirement for a Senior Design Engineer (Track) to join a major infrastructure project in Waterloo, London on a contract-basis (inside IR35).
- Manage the development remit for a proposal so that it properly describes the engineering requirements, scope, possibilities and operational performance targets and maintain a robust challenge to sponsoring engineers and managers, in order to monitor and value manage the business and technical remit and thereby optimise the business case.
- Manage all engineering and development activities so that they result in schemes that are affordable, and that meet programme requirements in a safe & environmentally responsible manner for time, cost and quality.
- Manage (or undertake where applicable) the development of suitable engineering options for a proposal giving full consideration to safety, reliability, operational capacity modelling, maintainability, ease of construction, and environmental/whole life issues. Engineering excellence is to be supported by: Secure all relevant base data; Review compliance with appropriate standards; Use risk ID and evaluation methods (e.g. HAZOP, QRA, LRM, and the GK/RT/14200 suite), as suitable, to evaluate and compare options; Using feedback from all relevant past projects across the UK rail network, lessons learned etc.
- Confirm whether strict change control is maintained on scope development; evaluate cost, time and performance impacts in conjunction with development management.
- Support the construction design management (CDM) planning supervisor in all associated duties and carry out or monitor cross-discipline engineering checks of all relevant aspects of the proposal.
- Manage the engineering interfaces of allocated proposals with concurrent work in other disciplines, or within other programmes.
Skills & Experience Required:
- Track design experience minimum five years is essential
- CRE - Track Design
- Recent experience using Bentley Rail Track & Clearroute 2
- An engineering degree or equivalent industry-recognised training qualification.
- A demonstrable aptitude for option development.
- A working knowledge of rail engineering; relevant successful experience working in the principal discipline and an adequate understanding of all other related disciplines.
- An appreciation of all the life cycle stages of rail infrastructure.
- CDM, Auditing and risk assessment competencies.
- Six Sigma Yellow Belt
- Membership of a relevant engineering professional institution.
- Experience in design, installation and maintenance.
- Formal qualifications in risk identification and assessment.
- Yellow book course.