Signalling Principal Designer

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Due to our client winning high amounts of work for CP6 we are looking for a signalling principle designer. This is an excellent and exciting opportunity to join their signalling design office and work with one latest signalling equipment on the market, and be part of a growing team with a great working ethos. Working for one of the biggest contractors in the rail sector globally, you will be responsible for producing and delivering and safety-related signalling designers at principle and system level.

Working alongside some of the best signalling designers in the industry, you will be an integral part of the team, where you will have the opportunity to increase your knowledge but also showcasing your talent to others. Our client has won multiple framework projects throughout CP6 so you can be sure that you will always be put to a challenge.

We are looking for a Signalling Principal Designer who is looking to further their career, with progression key for our client we are looking for a career-driven individual who is ready for the next step.

As a Signalling Principal Designer are responsible for the following:

Producing safety-related Signalling design deliverables at a principle and system level in accordance with project program, budgetary and technical requirements

Producing safety-related Signalling design deliverables at a principle and system level in accordance with appropriate railway standards, technical constraints, health and safety legislation, company procedures, CDM Regulations, and CSM procedures
Development of generic design solutions to meet Signalling requirements
Support the Responsible Engineer with the identification of operational risks, construction risk, maintenance risk and system risk within design
Ensuring the quality of all Signalling Design deliverables at a principle level
Identify best practice signalling processes as part of a continual improvement plan to increase efficiency and minimise cost of non-quality and technical / delivery risk
Leading small design teams and the production of design packages
Identifying and communicating any perceived shortcomings in Health and Safety arrangements, situations or processes that are considered to be serious or which may present dangers to yourself or others
Working on safety-critical or safety-related activities only where this complies with relevant competence or authority to work, or implementing and documenting a robust mentorship plan. Essential:

Application of Signalling Design Process at a principle and system level
Application of CDM (Construction, Design and Management Regulations)
Application of the RSSB (Rail Safety and Standards Board)
Application of Network Rail Standards (or equivalent)
Application of risk assessments
Knowledge of CSM (Common Safety Method)
Awareness of railway construction methods and materials on complex projects
Computer skills including CAD
Able to produce electrical and electronic circuits, data sheets and specifications
Time management and timekeeping
Management of task priorities
Ability to build and maintain constructive relationships with customers and colleagues Qualifications

1.1.550 IRSE Signalling Principles Designer Licence

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity in our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, colour, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status

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