|Career Level||Intermediate Level|
|Job Type||Not Specified|
|Salary||30,000 - 40,000 per year|
|Company Size||Medium (100-999 employees)|
|Posted Date||November 19th 2013|
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a recently (or near) Chartered Civil Engineer with previous experience of Light Rail.
Working with small design teams this is an excellent opportunity to develop your career further within an Engineering Consultancy whose centre of excellence in this field is based in the North West of England. With a huge history of working in transportation the successful candidate will have the opportunity to further develop their careers either in the UK or abroad.
Supporting the Senior Design Manager the successful candidate will be Planning and Designing various Light Rail scheme portfolios simultaneously (i.e. doing feasibility studies of one project whilst designing or planning another)
This is also a client facing role which requires an engineer who is sure of their technical ability, understanding and also be very communicative interfacing with other contractors and more operational disciplines and therefore MUST HAVE a tramway or light rail project background.
There is large scope within this role for future professional development working for a business that is highly respected and experienced in this area and certainly not an opportunity to be missed.
Reporting to the divisional director the role carries a high degree of autonomy. The senior engineer will be responsible for managing discrete design packages and multi-disciplinary design teams, controlling task budgets and assisting senior project managers on major schemes and with business development. Motivation and performance of junior staff are also integral parts of the role.
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