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Railway Electrification Engineer in London, United Kingdom

Railway Electrification Engineer

Location: London

ABOUT THE ROLE

Railway Electrification Engineer functions will include:

• Leading the definition of technical solutions according to system requirements.
• Coordinate the technicians assigned to the project for other areas (platform, track, electrification), ensuring compliance with specifications and deadlines.
• Supervise the technical solutions and designs to ensure the correct definition
• To follow up and control the development of the project, as well as to maintain technical control of the project.
• Participate in the preparation of bids for future signage projects."
• The successful candidate will be required to undertake detailed design work alongside coordinating and managing projects internally, providing supervision and technical support as required to other engineering staff, and externally with clients managing deliverables, programme and quality.
• International travel is an essential part of this role so candidates must be acceptant of this requirement before applying. All candidates must be available for travel and able to stay abroad depending on the needs of the project.

WHY YOU SHOULD WORK FOR IDOM

Because we believe that to be able to work in an independent company, which can adapt to the real needs of its clients and undertake first class projects for them, is the essence of the development of every professional.

But we would also like to highlight some of the features of our Philosophy and Style, directly related to its people, which makes IDOM a different place to develop professionally:

IDOM is a progressive, tight-knit company with significant expansion plans.

• CO-OWNERSHIP OF THE FIRM - Our business project aims to establish personal and proprietary relationships in the long term. Therefore, every person has the ability to access the status of Partner (co-ownership), upon completion of the incorporation process established. This allows them to participate in the economic results obtained by the Company.
• PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT - We are committed to creating the conditions (the natural environment are the projects), provide the means and opportunities (direct contact with the client, progressively taking on more responsibility, dedication and support of people with more knowledge) to promote the professional development of our people. This provides a wide variety opportunities to develop your career.
• EXCEPTIONAL WORK ENVIRONMENT - We are configured as a professional association formed by people with high qualifications and human values, working within a framework of respect with their own identity and professional freedom, and who act with autonomy and responsibility, based on a relationship of trust and respect, which forms an outstanding environment for daily work.

DUTIES

• Assessing project requirements.
• Directing/undertaking technical and feasibility studies taking account of their impact on final engineering solutions.
• Developing detailed designs and managing the preparation of engineering drawings and specifications based on project requirements.
• Communicate and liaise effectively with colleagues, architects, subcontractors, other engineers, consultants, and clients.
• Determine and manage budgets, project schedules, scopes of work and other project resources.
• Compile, check, review and approve project documentation including reports, drawings and specifications.
• Manage deliverables on time and within budget.
• Adhere to the best practices, standards and procedures of the company.

ESSENTIAL CRITERIA

Attitude

• Desire to continue professional and technical development.
• Commitment to undergo further training through operational requirements and personal development.
• Ability to work as a team and assist in the growth of the rail systems team
Communication
• Good verbal communication skills, including the ability to explain technical features of a design to non-technical project members and clients.
• Professional presentation and self-motivated, with the ability to build rapport with other members of the team and clients.
• Summarise and interpret complex, conceptual and special matters to aid others understanding.
• Fluent English speaker with good communication skills for liaising with clients, colleagues.
• Excellent standard of written English required for writing of factual and interpretative reports.
• The ability to communicate in Spanish both verbally and in writing will be assessed.

Experience

• Experience of railway electrification design to current industry standards.
• Ability to work individually as well as being a part of the team, including the ability to work with a multi-disciplinary team spread across multiple offices, both nationally and internationally.
• Able to undertake OLE and 3rd Rail design both AC and DC.
• Able to undertake Traction Substation Design both AC and DC.
• Able to undertake the role of Contractors responsible Engineer (CRE) or equivalent.
• Experience of EMC/EMI and stray current control

Knowledge

• Knowledge of the UK BIM Standards (BIM Level 2)
• Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 402/2013 CMS-RA
• European Interoperability Regulations
Management
• Experience of work planning including the scheduling of resources to successfully meet competing demands.
• Experience of applying project management techniques and successful completion of project plans.
• Experience in quality assurance procedures, records management and supporting groups e.g. drafting reports and minutes.
Qualification
• Educated to degree level or equivalent qualification or work experience in a relevant area.
• A full current and valid driving licence (which must be made available for inspection to check entitlements and/or penalty points).

DESIRABLE CRITERIA

Experience

• Experience in the design of railway installations both in the railway and metro sectors.
Knowledge
• Knowledge of the UK BIM Standards (BIM Level 2).
Software
• Experience working within Common Data Environments (ProjectWise, BIM360, Aconex, etc).
• Use of AutoCAD. Desirable experience with OpenRail or PROL (Bentley) and Revit.

BENEFITS

The rewards for the right candidate will include the following:

• 30 days paid leave per holiday year including public holidays (i.e. 22 days leave plus 8 public holidays) increasing at 1 day per completed year of service, following satisfactory annual review and at the company’s discretion, to a maximum of 33 days paid leave per year. Annual leave entitlements will be pro-rated for part-time employees
• Training and support towards professional qualifications will be provided
• Flexible working: 3,4 or 5 days per week plus flexible start and finish times as per company policy
• Route to company partnership
• Contributory Company Pension scheme - employer and employee contributions are at the level prescribed by the Government under the auto-enrolment scheme, however when you have been employed by Idom Merebrook for 12 months, you will be offered matched employer contributions up to a maximum of 5%.
• Cycle to Work scheme
• Annual company social outing
• Access to childcare voucher scheme
• Competitive salary
• Other benefits

Please click the 'Apply' button to submit your application.

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