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Department NameIP Programme Engineering Manager - Northern Programmes (457140) G2
About Network Rail
The Great North Rail Project is the most ambitious programme of railway improvements in the North and (into Scotland) since Victorian times and Network Rail is at the heart of this transformation.Our customers will benefit from faster, more frequent and safer journeys, as well as new direct services across the North and beyond.
This is a unique opportunity to be part of the Northern Programmes team, on a multi-billion-pound package of improvements, which will transform the routes and deliver infrastructure that creates a faster, safer and more reliable railway across the North of England.
From the creation of the Ordsall Chord to upgrading the North West's routes through electrification we've accomplished great things so far but we've still got so much exciting things to achieve. From the continued rejuvenating and modernising lines through route electrification, enhancing stations, platforms and depots; all transforming the North of England rail infrastructure.
So, come be part of a team who strive to deliver complex projects safely, on time and cost effectively which will improve the railway for the North.We will support you to learn and develop in your career and give you the recognition you would expect from the Industry Leader.
The Project Engineer (PE) - Systems is the central role within a project team which provides guidance and linking engineering activities whilst ensuring the requirements are efficiently delivered. You will be working within an experienced project team developing and delivering multidiscipline railway projects.
As a PE Systems will be ensuring that appropriate engineering processes and procedures are applied when undertaking both design and construction activities, ensuring compliance to the requirements of the Guide to Railway Investment Projects (GRIP), relevant legislation, and Group and company standards. Additionally, you are expected to have an awareness of other railway disciplines including core engineering such as signalling, track and civil engineering but also being commercially aware and understand basic project management principles.
About the role (External)
How to apply (External)
Network Rail adheres to a structured pay framework, any salary offered will be within the following pay range:
Salary £40,107 increasing to £45,120 per annum
Closing date: 13/07/2020. Late applications will not be accepted.
We retain the right to close the advert before the listed closing date based on application volumes
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