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Derby - This Area Only
Permanent (Full time)
A new opportunity for a Signalling Design Verifier role is based within our Signalling design centres around the UK. These centres of excellence undertake Signalling Design and System Engineering activities that support Signalling Design Projects within the SS&I business.
Our Signalling projects use the wide range of Alstom signalling technologies ranging from SMARTLOCK 400T system, Modular Control Systems and VHLC (Vital Harmon Logic Controller). The projects are multidiscipline, complex and are strategically important to our clients. Our engineering teams are supporting some of the most significant projects within the UK, including Resignalling, Enhancement projects and the digital railway initiative.
Produce, deliver and verify safety related Signalling design deliverables at a principle and system level in accordance with the client specific requirements, appropriate railway standards, technical constraints and Alstom company procedures liaising with the Designer Delivery Manager or Responsible Engineer.
Produce and verify delivery strategies, Hazard identification, risk analysis, subcontract specifications, tendering and estimates, system definition, requirements capture, compliance management, safety assurance activities, project programme, commissioning support, design investigations, handback and project closeout.
Production, Verification and Validation of safety related Signalling design deliverables at a principle and system level in accordance with project programme, budgetary and technical requirements
Production, Verification and Validation of safety related Signalling design deliverables at a principle and system level in accordance with appropriate railway standards, technical constraints, health and safety legislation, Alstom company procedures, CDM Regulations, and CSM procedures
Production, Verification and Validation of generic design solutions to meet Signalling requirements
Identify, capture and validate Signalling requirements
Support the Responsible Engineer with the identification of operational risks, construction risk, maintenance risk and system risk within design
Verify and Validate Signalling Design deliverables against all safety requirements
Identify best practice signalling processes as part of a continual improvement plan to increase efficiency and minimize cost of non-quality and technical / delivery risk
Leading small design teams and the production of design packages
Taking reasonable care for the health and safety of yourself and other persons who may be affected by your acts or omissions at work
Co-operating as far as is reasonably practicable, with any statutory requirement placed on the company. Ensure that you do not intentionally or recklessly interfere with or misuse anything provided in the interest of safety or welfare
Identifying and communicating (to the Alstom Design Management team) 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
Maintaining competencies and ensuring that IRSE Licence and Authority To Work are accurate and up to date
Mentor, coach and train other Designers including IRSE assessments when required to support the businesses sustainability planEssential Requirements
Application of Signalling Verification and 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)
Verification of risk assessments
Knowledge of CSM (Common Safety Method)
Understanding of railway construction methods and materials on complex projects
Awareness of ORR (Office of Rail & Road)
Possesses effective communication skills
Computer skills including CAD
Able to produce and verify electrical and electronic circuits, data sheets and specifications
Time management and time keeping
Management of task priorities
Ability to build and maintain constructive relationships with customers and colleagues
Enthusiastic and self-motivated
Awareness of project commercial and financial processes
Awareness of requirements capture
IRSE .160 IRSE Signalling Design Verifier
HNC/HND in an engineering disciplineDesirable attributes may include:
Valid PTS (Personal Track Safety) Certificate
Membership of the IRSE (Institute of Railway Signalling Engineers)
BSc or BEng degree level education in an engineering discipline
Signalling Design Manager 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