Vacancy has expired
|Job Ref:||118909TJ||Employer:||Morson International||Country:||United Kingdom||City:||London||Address:||Post Code:||WC1A||Post Date:||28/09/2016 20:11|
This role sits within the Integrated Stations Programme (ISP) responsible for stabilising, upgrading and enhancing the asset base at thirty stations. The programme looks to implement one or more of (i) retail opportunities, (ii) Fit for the Future, (iii) Station Ambiance, (iv) Crossrail interface works and the core (v) stabilisation or upgrade of degrading/obsolete station assets. The programme is being managed within LUs Capital Programmes Directorate (CPD) and shall deliver station premises, civil, communications, electrical, mechanical and fire improvements.|
In this role you will support the technical delivery of projects, undertaking engineering activities across the full Project Lifecycle. The ideal candidate will have an understanding of LU processes and procedures (i.e. Pathways), requirements identification, delivering a fully coordinated design, manage the quality of works and dealing with the inspection & handover of assets to final client.
The Project Engineer in the execution of a project, shall ensure the engineering solutions on an individual project meet the stated requirements and applicable standards. This will include:
managing and co-ordinating feasibility studies, surveys and design packages ensuring compliance with applicable standards, specifications and procedures
provide technical advice to project teams within area of expertise and contribute to successful system integration through involvement of relevant discipline engineers and other parties
following the engineering control processes, programme-level and project-level plans
collating final evidence for the V&V report and to populate the Mandatory Asset Information Deliverables (MAID) to enable handover to maintenance
reviewing assurance submissions to ensure that they meet the required standards and obtaining approval from the appropriate authorities
monitoring works on site and contractors performance against agreed inspection and test plans (ITPs) and facilitating the smooth inspection of works by appointed accredited engineers in line with the Inspection process.
The Project Engineer may also be required to provide leadership, advice and support to their direct reports (i.e. Assistant Project Engineers) and also ensure they develop individuals and staff to establish a highly motivated team.
Skills, Knowledge and Experience
Ability to analyse complex data, draw conclusions, produce reports and make recommendations to senior management.
Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, with people at all levels across the organisation and externally.
Ability to plan, implement and manage projects to deliver to time, budget and quality.
Ability to use office based computer packages, e.g. MS Office (Outlook, Word, Excel)
to basic level.
An Engineering Degree and/or Higher National qualifications (or equivalent experience)
Chartered Engineer Status or qualifications leading to Chartered Status together with membership of an appropriate professional institution.
Knowledge of maintenance techniques and good industry practice.
Knowledge of safety legislation and operating rules and regulations.
Knowledge and capability to undertake quality inspections and site investigations.
Knowledge of LUL business, its obligations and priorities.
Knowledge of risk management principles.
Knowledge of contractual arrangements that apply.
Experience of providing professional and technical advice, guidance and support on project engineering issues
Experience of project delivery in at least one engineering discipline area
Experience of carrying out technical document review and analysis.
Preferred experience in underground railways.
Experience of building relationships with, and influencing, a range of people at all levels within and outside the organisation