|Job Ref:||204633020||Employer:||cv-library.co.uk||Industry:||Civil and Structural||Job Type:||Permanent||Country:||United Kingdom||City:||Birmingham||Address:||Post Code:||B12||Salary:||£42500 - £51500/annum Excellent Benefits||Post Date:||07/10/2016 02:22|
PWAY Track Design Engineer|
Business sector: Rail
This business is a hugely successful consultancy who operates on a global scale, whilst offering regional authority and accountability to it's directors. As one of the key members of the rail team, you will play a key role in the delivery of major projects.
The business requires a PWAY Track Design Engineer with experience of working in the rail sector.
The UK rail sector is very buoyant with the government having funded major upgrade and renewals programmes worth multi billions of pounds over the next five years on the underground and mainline rail which they are currently delivering.
As a PWay Design Engineer, you will support the Discipline Lead on multi-disciplinary project work and play a key role in the development of the team.
* Undertake Permanent Way design on projects, including liaising with client D+B sub-contractors to ensure that the permanent way is fully integrated into the overall scheme.
* Carry out formal inter-disciplinary design reviews
* Undertake, review and ensure full compatibility of design work with appropriate standards also carry out liaison with other team members working on various elements of design projects.
* Develop and deliver cost effective solutions to meet the client brief
* Support to ongoing development of the PWAY Team
Requirments for role:
* ONC/HND or Degree in Civil Engineering desirable
* Experience gained with a consultant, contractor or infrastructure controller
* Good technical and practical understanding of CAD packages used in the production of permanent way design
* Ideally proficient in the use of railway design software such as Inrail, MxRail, Clear Route, Hallade, AutoCAD and Microstation
* Ideally familiar with GEOGIS, TrackMaster and other track analysis tools, and a working knowledge of UIC and other Eurpoean Rail Standards such as Network Rail Standards