|Job Ref:||204805566||Employer:||cv-library.co.uk||Industry:||Civil and Structural||Job Type:||Permanent||Country:||United Kingdom||City:||Nationwide||Address:||Salary:||£55000 - £65000/annum||Post Date:||18/10/2016 03:02|
Job Title: Project Engineer/ Interface Engineer|
Salary: £55,000- £60,000
Location: Central London
You will be the bridge between the customer and the engineering teams to ensure the successful introduction of a brand new fleet.
This company is one of the world's largest OEMS of the design and manufacture of trains within the UK. They are a global engineering business that employs well over 500 people within the UK and has various successful projects running up and down the UK.
This company has obtained various high profile projects valuing up to cost of £361m. The project is to deliver 22 five car and seven nine car trains that will be entering service in December 2018.
To make sure that the demands of this contract are met they need an experienced electrically biased engineer who has experience working in a Rolling Stock environment and working directly with stakeholders.
This is an exciting role for any Rolling Stock Engineer who thrives off challenging yet highly rewarding scenarios. In this role you will act as the bridge between the customer and the engineering teams. You will need to put your excellent rolling stock knowledge into use to make required changes to the train specification in order to keep costs down and the customer happy. You will be involved at all stages of the process from production through to testing and commissioning.
Minimum of a HNC within and engineering discipline
Experience working within a Rolling Stock environment as either a Project Engineer or an Interface Engineer
Experience working with stakeholders and customer
£55-60K + Pension + Healthcare + 25 Days Holiday + BH
Please send your CV over to or give me a call on (Apply online only)
This is an urgent requirement and candidates will be interviewed with immediate affect
Please note all candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK