|Job Ref:||119477TJ||Employer:||Morson International||Country:||United Kingdom||City:||London||Address:||Post Date:||12/10/2016 20:14|
The Four Lines Modernisation project is a 5.4bn Tube modernisation plan across some of our oldest lines the Circle, Metropolitan, District and Hammersmith & City lines is set to profoundly shape London for the future.|
The largest such investment for decades, an ambitious agenda to upgrade 40 per cent of the Tube network will create space for tens of thousands of extra passengers each hour.
With the introduction of 191 modern air-conditioned walk through trains, our goal will remain the same - to keep London working, growing and a better place to live. This is a place where our customers are the heart of our business and can enjoy a bigger and even more successful capital city.
The Project Engineer will be accountable for the engineering leadership, including Optioneering, single option selection, development, design and assurance and delivery for all sidings enabling works to support the 4LM upgrade works.
The Stopping position project is responsible for enabling all changes in sidings stopping positions to accommodate the new automatic train control system being delivered by Thales. The works are divided between 14 migration areas across the Metropolitan, District, Circle and Hammersmith and City Lines.
The ideal candidate will have multi-disciplinary LU Project and Systems Engineering experience, with demonstrable evidence of being able to work without day to day supervision across the entire lifecycle.
Discharge Engineering Governance on behalf of the 4LM Head of Engineering, be the first point of contact for all Engineering queries, and a signatory for all engineering deliverables produced.
Ensure that traceability remains throughout the creation and elicitation of project, system and technical requirement derived from the business & sponsors requirements and ensure that the evidence for V&V is captured and recorded.
Management of the production of the engineering deliverables and activities, including but not limited to the Design Management Plan, Systems Engineering Management Plan, Systems Requirement Specification, Technical Requirements Specification, Declaration of Compliance, design reviews and inter-disciplinary Design Reviews.
Ensure that the designers raise concessions and gain approval to ensure that declaration of design compliance is achieved.
Manage the technical delivery of the concept designs to be taken through into delivery, including all optioneering.
Provide input into the Scope of works associated with various domain / system packages.
Ensure that the Engineering Document Hierarchy is not excessive; but reflective of the level of risk to be controlled and managed for the project, and reflect the same in the GMP (agreeing deviations with the PMF product custodians)
Ensure that the engineering design is fully integrated and coordinated across the affected disciplines for Infrastructure Migration, ATC, the 4LM Programme, the Capital Programme Directorate, LU (e.g. Operations and the Asset Performance Directorate (APD)), and interfacing 3rd parties.
Monitor conduct and record output from Design Reviews, and attendance at formal interdisciplinary Design Review meetings.
Address in a timely manner all technical issues through the design and delivery phases of the project.
Compilation of the Mandatory Asset Information Deliverables and handover into maintenance
Promote zero harm initiative for safety.
Experience of carrying out technical document review and analysis.
Preferred experience in underground railways.
Experience in project engineering in conjunction with an Engineering Degree and/or Higher National qualifications will be required in order to be competent at this level.
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.
Understand the framework of the structured environment in which contractors are working.
Awareness of contractual arrangements that apply.
The ability to achieve Chartered Engineer Status or qualifications leading to Chartered Status is required together with membership of an appropriate professional institution.
Basic knowledge of maintenance techniques and good industry practice.
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 build effective working relationships, with people at all levels across the organisation and externally and to influence.
Ability to plan, implement and manage projects to deliver to time, budget and quality.
Ability to manage multidisciplinary teams to deliver effective performance.
Ability to use office based computer packages, e.g. MS Office (Outlook, Word, Excel) to basic level.