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Department NameRoute Services
About Network Rail
High Output Track Renewals is a national project and part of the Infrastructure Projects (Track) portfolio. We are responsible for the management and delivery of high-quality plain line renewals on the UK's primary mainline routes, using state of the art High Output On Track Machine systems, working 7 nights per week.
We need our Engineers to:
Prove that proposed construction plans are safe, cost effective, and achievable and assist the Lead Engineer in improving productivity and introducing innovation
Carry out analysis, prepare plans/programmes, designs, review or check Particular Specification, designs or estimates, undertake detailed planning, site visits and progress work and understand risk assessments
Produce planning documents, multi-discipline Work Package Plans and Task Briefs and discuss all construction and constructability issues with the construction team
Control all on-site technical activities and quality control and follow all safety critical processes (such as Ground disturbance, CRT, track commissioning)
Refer non-compliances to the standards and all technical issue to the Lead Engineer
Guarantee timely production and communication of reports, including the submission of technical documents for the Health and Safety file.
Attend planning, progress and technical meetings as directed
About the role (External)
You will have the opportunity to attend engineering and technical briefing and training course to build on skills ability and knowledge. We actively lead and take pride in the individual career development of all our team, striving to build an environment where our people are fulfilled in the work they carry out complemented by tailored career development.
Job Skills, Experience and Qualifications
Education to HNC/HND in Civil Engineering or equivalent suitable experience
Comprehensive understanding of permanent way and related engineering principles, including interfaces between disciplines
Good knowledge and understanding of track standards, processes and procedures
Safety Management training
Knowledge of Health and Safety legislation relevant to Construction and Engineering
Must be able to drive to our locations
Working towards a professional qualification
How to apply (External)
Salary: £32,000 - £38,000 per annum
Closing date: 25 January 2021 - Late applications will not be accepted.
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