Lead Electro-Magnetic Compatibility (EMC) Engineer in London, London, United Kingdom

The Lead EMC Engineer provides technical and professional leadership for Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Engineering, leading on the development of standards and technical requirements for the discipline. They provide assurance that design and construction of EMC assets meet project requirements and work to resolve issues where appropriate.

Accountabilities:

  • Technical lead of the Electro-Magnetic Compatibility (EMC) discipline;
  • Lead the development of requirements, specifications and standards such that they deliver client objectives, mitigates environmental impacts and ensures a safe system, compliant with legislation and standards within the programme budget;
  • Provide technical expertise and advice relating to EMC systems to both the wider organisation and external stakeholders as required;
  • Assure that the design for EMC systems is configured and installed in accordance with standards and technical requirements and where necessary support in resolving issues in accordance with client Governance Procedures;
  • Support the Lead System Engineer in engaging and consulting as appropriate with internal teams impacted by EMC design, ensuring that all relevant disciplines are considered providing an integrated and holistic approach;
  • Support the Lead System Engineer to ensure an integrated, consistent approach to delivering EMC design, delivering the range of activities associated with the advisory and client role of the Technical Authority;

Skills:

  • Provides specialist technical support and leadership on all discipline-specific scientific, technical and engineering principles to those working directly with project development / delivery teams in area or phase.
  • Capable of being a Standard Discipline Owner / Subject Matter Expert for area or phase.
  • Able to provide specialist technical, commercial management and leadership skills to support project development / delivery teams.
  • Ability to communicate most discipline-specific technical ideas to colleagues, based largely on examples of application.
  • Ability to apply many principles relating to standards, safety and the environment and able to articulate the rest.
  • Applies principles and methods that ensure effective information management, modelling and data security; understands the approaches and consequences to data creation, transformation and visualisation and knowing when to seek guidance from other Subject Matter Experts

Knowledge:

  • Applicable UK construction regulations including CDM requirements
  • The application of the Common Safety Method (CSM) for risk evaluation and assessment.
  • Understanding of the Regulatory/Legislative Framework relevant to HS2
  • Commercial awareness including understanding of cost delivery, schedule targets and the need to deliver an integrated solution that meets all functional requirements.
  • Understanding of several disciplines
  • Chartered Engineer/Membership of an appropriate professional institution or the equivalent experience.

Type of experience:

  • Experience in managing multi-disciplinary engineering and safety standards, activity on large complex major projects/ programmes within a complex infrastructure delivery programme.
  • Experience of managing competing project and engineering demands, with cost and schedule implications.

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