Risk and Safety Engineering Consultant - Rail About Risktec
Risktec is an established, independent and specialist risk management consulting and training company, and is part of the TÜV Rheinland Group. We help clients to manage health, safety, security, environmental (HSSE) and business risk in sectors where the impact of loss is high.
Our people are high calibre and motivated professionals, with a clear focus on meeting clients' expectations. Our principal office is in Warrington, with other UK Offices in Aberdeen, Derby, Edinburgh, Glasgow and London. We also have international offices in key locations in Europe, Middle East, South East Asia and North America. Our activities are supported by a comprehensive network of TÜV Rheinland offices and local representatives in other regions around the world. We are privileged to have many of the world's best companies as clients in many sectors, including oil, gas and chemical, nuclear and defence, transport and renewables. We have delivered over 7,000 projects to over 1,400 clients in over 70 countries. Further information is available at www.risktec.tuv.com.Background to the role
As part of unprecedented growth in projects in Risktec's railway sector, Risktec is seeking experienced risk and safety engineering professionals to support the delivery of existing rail sector projects, as well as driving growth in this business area. The roles are based in Risktec's Derby and London offices; flexible and hybrid working arrangements are also available.Requirements
- Have a proven track record of producing safety engineering deliverables, including both qualitative and quantitative safety engineering tools and techniques, across the project lifecycle in high-hazard industries, notably rail.
- Have knowledge of current UK railway safety legislation and the processes by which projects are safely delivered, e.g. in accordance with the Common Safety Method for Risk Evaluation and Assessment (CSM REA) is highly desirable.
- Be willing to work on multiple, concurrent projects across rail technologies, from rolling stock to signalling, telecoms and infrastructure upgrades. A willingness to diversify to support the delivery of safety engineering projects in other high-hazard industries is desirable, but not necessary.
- Be educated to degree level (or equivalent) within a science or engineering discipline. Professional accreditation / membership to a recognised organisation (e.g. IMechE, IET) is desirable but not mandatory.
In return, you will expect a competitive remuneration package commensurate with your experience plus profit share, private medical insurance, and contributions into a pension scheme.