Job Title - Project Engineer (Buildings)
Location - Manchester (3 Days a week in the office)
Start Date - ASAP (Timelines outlined below)
Contract Length - 18 Months
Rate - £400 (Outside IR35)
Essential Experience - Held a similar role with Network Rail as a Project Engineer with a focus on Buildings
People Group are looking for a Network Rail experienced Project Engineer with Buildings knowledge to support our client in Manchester.
Profiles will be reviewed Thursday Evening (16th June)
Interviews will be held on Friday day via Microsoft Teams (17th June)
Offers will be made on Friday (17th June)
Start date will be 20th June or after your current notice period Key Accountabilities:
Inspect and prioritise renewal proposals for inclusion in the [Discipline] engineering workbank. Provide support to the production and prioritisation of the national business plan.
Develop allocated renewal and enhancement schemes to meet Network Rail's goals prior to handover to delivery. Following handover, support the development and implementation of projects to confirm the renewal requirements are sufficient, correctly interpreted and any changes agreed. Check that completed schemes are appropriately assessed to determine they meet the project remit.
Specify acceptance criteria for [Discipline] engineering works including design approval, acceptance of equipment and hand back to maintenance as appropriate. Audit acceptance processes are being discharged appropriately.
Work with members of the other asset management teams to review renewal and enhancement proposals to optimise engineering activity across the railway infrastructure system and identify critical technical problems.
Identify issues of national significance and elevate to the national team.
Check that accurate and comprehensive records relating to the existence, configuration and modification history of [Discipline] engineering assets are maintained and that they accurately reflect their current 'as built' status.
Participate in investigations of incidents relating to renewals where required.
Carry out Engineering verification activities in support of the national programme.
Carry out asset condition inspections that will inform the [Discipline] asset condition database and the renewals work bank.Essential Experience to be considered:
HNC/HND or equivalent qualification in a relevant subject
Working towards membership of a relevant professional institution
Significant [Discipline] engineering experience, particularly related to renewals and enhancements
Holds relevant professional licences and technical qualifications, or capable of achieving within reasonable timescales
Knowledge of policy and standards relating to [Discipline] engineering
Holds valid UK driving licence, or eligible and willing to obtain
Degree in a relevant subject
Incorporated or Chartered Engineer
An understanding of safety management systems and risk assessment techniques
Knowledge of investment processes and procedures, including relevant computer systems
Knowledge of project management techniques