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Senior Engineer - Signalling

Mott MacDonald

Location: East Riding of Yorkshire

Job Type: Full time


Job Description:Based in either of our York, Glasgow, Sheffield, Manchester or Birmingham 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 1.1.550 Signalling Principles 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
  • Detailed 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
  • Possess 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.