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HV Design Engineer (Rail)

  • Location:

    York

  • Sector:

    Rail

  • Job type:

    Contract - Full Time

  • Salary:

    £30 - 45 per hour

  • Contact:

    Oliver Gooch

  • Contact email:

    Oliver.gooch@carringtonwest.com

  • Contact phone:

    02393 876 010

  • Job ref:

    JO0000023312

  • Published:

    about 1 month ago

  • Duration:

    6 Months

  • Expiry date:

    2020-09-21

  • Startdate:

    31/08/2020

HV Design Engineer (contract) needed for a contract position in York
 
Rate: £30-£45 per hour
 
Contract length: 6 months +
 
Responsibilities:
 
·The Design Engineer shall be responsible for the production and development of GRIP 4-5 Contract Design submission documentation together with all other associated documentation in the provision of 25kV substations along the Transpennine Route Upgrade with interfaces with ECML.
·The Design Engineer shall be responsible for supporting GRIP 3-5 design delivery and/or supporting the GRIP 6-8 disciplines and shall be able to demonstrate experience/knowledge in a construction environment.
·The Design Engineer would be required to co-ordinate his/her designs as part of a multi-disciplinary project and ideally have experience of working within an Alliance environment.
·The post holder will be responsible for ensuring that the project design team is best placed to deliver all Electrical AC, 25kV, LV, ELV systems and Earthing and Bonding within time and budget whilst maximising the opportunity to identify additional work opportunities subject to Network Rail additional works process.
 
Requirements:
·A minimum of 5 years at a design level within the UK railway sector.
·Retain a strong understanding of Network Railway Electrification Infrastructure and associated discipline standards.
·Demonstrable AC electrification and substation design experience.
·Proven experience within a Contracting or manufacturer industry will also be an advantage. ? An understanding of SCADA, IEC61850 and IEC 103 protocols as close working with our clients protection and Control team will be required.