Design Engineer - Signalling
Mott MacDonald
York, Sheffield and Manchester
5d ago

Job Description

Based in either of our York, Birmingham, Sheffield or Manchester offices, you will be responsible for the provision of professional signal engineering input throughout the complete project lifecycle (GRIP 1-8) with a particular emphasis on GRIP 3, 4 and 5 design.

Responsibilities may include, on a project by project basis :

  • The provision of signal engineering input into : feasibility studies / option analysis / scheme appraisal; scheme development;
  • detailed design; project engineering; deputising for the Contractor’s Responsible Engineer as required

    Delivery of engineering (design and consultancy) specific tasks

    Contribution to the engineering input to multi-disciplinary railway engineering (design and consultancy) projects

    Observation of company quality, health and safety, environmental, commercial and project management disciplines and procedures, as relevant to tasks undertaken

    Candidate Specification

    We will need you to have most of the experience listed below :

  • IRSE 1.1.510 Signalling Designer; (required)
  • IRSE 1.1.160 Signalling Design Verifier; (preferable)
  • Ideally a suitable rail industry recognised qualification (ONC / OND / HNC / HND)
  • Proven experience in signalling design and engineering management within a consultancy environment
  • Ability to plan and produce compliant signalling schemes with minimum supervision
  • Knowledge of signalling principles, circuit design and operation, signalling components and the implications of working with other disciplines
  • Able to demonstrate IT literacy, especially in the use of CAD systems
  • Must be a good team worker and decision maker and have organisational and interpersonal skills
  • Be customer focused and able to work to programme delivery timescales
  • We promote an agile working policy and the role will require some travel, occasional overnight stays and potential secondments.

    Job Profile

    Due to our recent successes in being awarded a number of key Network Rail framework contracts for the duration of CP6, we are seeking to grow our existing design teams (primarily based in York, Manchester and Sheffield) in order to meet the increasing project requirements of our developing forward order book and to support our current key clients in the delivery of ongoing and future rail projects.

    This is an exciting opportunity to join one of our friendly and experienced signalling design teams at the early stages of the new Network Rail control period, and become part of a growing team with a great opportunity to work on a number of high profile projects across the UK, supporting some of its key railway engineering delivery organisations.

    Working for one of the major consultancies within the UK rail sector, you will collaborate with an experienced group of signalling designers which have been involved in some of the most significant projects undertaken across the UK rail network.

  • As an integral member of the team, you will have an opportunity to increase your knowledge; undertake new and stretching opportunities;
  • support projects both within the UK and internationally, whilst also being able to raise your profile and showcase your talents within a global engineering, management and development consultancy focused on guiding its clients through many of the planet’s most intricate challenges.

    Region / State

    England - Midlands, England - North East, England - North West

    Website Region

    Europe and Central Asia

    Website Sector

    Rail and metros, Transportation


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