Locations:Location Independent Worker, United Kingdom
Siemens Rolling Stock currently have a fantastic opportunity for a Mechanical Rolling Stock Engineer to join our growing Engineering team. The Rolling Stock Engineer will provide engineering leadership, supporting train systems as part of the Engineering Services Team to achieve effective fleet performance and life cycle costs throughout the Rolling Stock Business. As a rapidly expanding team, we have scope for the successful candidates to be based across multiple sites including Northampton, Manchester, Doncaster, Crawley, Hornsey and Southampton.
What are my responsibilities?
· Undertake investigations of local and multi-fleet engineering issues.
· Mitigate associated engineering risks related to safety and technical issues ensuring no additional risks are imported to the operational railway
· Lead investigations into Safety Related Defects / Technical Incidents
· Develop modification procedures required to improve safety and performance issues.
· Provide engineering expertise to support the development of maintenance optimisation, component overhaul and repair regimes. Utilising standard engineering tools e.g. RAMS.
· Production of specifications for engineering activities.
· Production of risk assessments and business cases to support engineering recommendations as required.
· Undertake component condition assessments to support the development and improvement of rolling stock maintenance regimes.
· Produce recommendations for re-engineering and repair processes as applicable.
· Monitor industry practices to identify processes, maintenance and material changes that will improve rolling stock performance and achieve business objectives.
· Provision of on-site technical support to key supplier's in support of on-going activities.
What experience do I need to apply for the role?
· Proven experience of rolling stock maintenance, planning and IT systems.
· Relevant Engineering qualification or equivalent experience.
· Good communication skills written & oral.
· Good knowledge of IT systems/software.
· Experience of Rail Vehicle maintenance and repair activities.
· Chartered Engineer or working towards chartered status.
· Experience with reverse engineering to find alternative suppliers for components, making use of limited information and drawings.
· In-depth knowledge of Rolling Stock Maintenance techniques and procedures.
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The benefits package for this role includes not only a generous base salary, but an annual bonus. We know that not everyone's lifestyle is the same, so we operate a flexible benefits scheme where you can tailor your benefits package to suit you.
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Job ID: 74388
Experience Level: not defined
Job Type: Full-time
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