Rolling Stock – Project Engineer


Job Reference:AS-002

Salary:£35,000 per annum

Type:Rolling Stock Project Engineer

Provide technical maintenance to the fleet, technical support to the depot as well as leadership duties and project management support. You will be involved with the introduction of new trains into passenger service using technical interfaces assisting the Fleet Manager where required.

You will work in accordance with the engineering management plan to implement and deliver high standards in accordance with the company directive and fleet strategy making amendments and updating policy where required.

You will come from an engineering background with strong rolling stock technical knowledge including 25kv fleets and signalling systems. A strong knowledge of railway depot operations including train preparation, modification programs and maintenance practices.

Familiarity with UK rolling stock standards and an understanding of the safety regime within the railway industry is important.

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