Design Engineer (Development Engineer 2)
Invensys - York
Purpose of Role
The Design Engineer, depending upon experience, shall be able to carry out design and design production checks on Signalling systems as instructed by more senior Engineers, developing through the range of standard trackside equipment to more complex conceptual design work."
To produce and production check to the required quality and safety standards; estimates, plans, designs and engineering details for Signalling schemes. Engineer or modify Signalling systems in support of the safe implementation of projects as directed by the Lead Design Engineer.
Carry out design and design production checks on Signalling systems as instructed by more senior Engineers.
Provide functional support and guidance to the Assistant Design Engineer(s) within the team on all aspects of Signal Design within allocated projects.
Assist in the preparation of technical details, specifications and tenders for Signalling projects.
Ensure technical and safety standards are maintained in all aspects of Signalling system work as instructed.
Discharge safety responsibilities in relation to CDM Regulations, Health and Safety legislation, company procedures and standards.
Perform duties as directed, from time to time, by the Lead Design Engineer in connection with Signalling design activities.
Carry out testing and commissioning of Signalling systems as instructed by more senior Engineers.
Manage own budget/allocated hours for given tasks.
HNC/HND or equivalent.
Hold or be working towards IRSE Designer license.
Good communication and computer skills.
Three to five years experience in Railway Signalling Design.
Holder of Personal Track Safety card.
Good time, task & people management skills.
Working towards IRSE Principles Designer and/or Verifier license.
Membership of IRSE or other relevant Engineering Institution.