Senior Project Engineer

  • Permanent
  • Carlisle
  • Salary: £60000 - £70000/annum Car or Car Allowance


Senior Project Engineer

Due to continued growth, our client has a new opportunity in their Major Projects Division for a Senior Project Engineer with Civil and Rail experience.

We are seeking individuals that can manage and support the technical aspects of a project throughout the full life cycle, from early design and feasibility phases through to delivery and successful hand back on site with a key focus on management of temporary works and quality.

The role will be based in North West region and would be reporting in to the Regional Engineering Manager.
To be considered for the role you will provide dependable and competent technical management and advice to support the project teams. You must have experience of Structures ideally within both the railway and highways industry. When working within the rail environment you will also have demonstrable experience of undertaking roles under the engineering management for projects NR/L2/RSE/02009, as a Contractor’s Responsible Engineer (CRE) for the construction phase and acting as a Temporary Works Coordinator (TWC).

Key responsibilities will include:

Support all technical aspects of project delivery with both our engineering and project delivery teams. This will include providing site support, managing, reviewing, auditing, and promoting site quality checks and technical reviews of QITP’s.

Checking QA controls and safe technical methodologies, providing construction engineering assurance as well as maintain compliance with our Quality and Engineering Management Plan.

Management of temporary works acting a TWC. Our Major Project will involve a large number of temporary works designs/requirements and a key responsibility of this role is the management of this process.

Undertake the role of CRE Construction in accordance with NR/L2/RSE/02009 for project with a railway interface.

Manage the handback or Entry in to Service process to ensure successful handover to the client.

Preferred but not essential – You will preferably hold a degree in civil engineering, and either be working towards or be a member of a suitable professional institution. You will have a good level of understanding on all current safety legislation and be able to contribute to the safe management of design, development, and construction.

An in-depth knowledge of Network Rail Standards and the Engineering Lifecycle of a project is also a key requirement.

This role is ideal for individuals looking to further develop their career, who have engineering experience delivering railway or highway projects and have carried out the role of Project Engineer previously

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