Transport for Greater Manchester
Are you a rail engineering professional with a detailed knowledge of engineering assurance processes? Are you seeking a new opportunity to work across the largest UK tramway network? Would you relish the chance to contribute to projects that vary widely in both scope and stage of development?
Engineering is at the heart of Metrolink’s plans and this role will provide you with the opportunity to work in a complex and challenging environment where you will have the chance to grow and build upon your existing knowledge and experience to really make a difference to the travelling public.
As the Integration & Assurance Manager in Metrolink with Transport for Greater Manchester your responsibilities will include leading the Project Engineering team, owning the engineering assurance processes, and interfacing with external bodies for safety authorisation when needed. You will support projects in obtaining approval from TfGM’s internal safety panel and as required you will update Metrolink’s Case for Safety.
You will have a strong multidisciplinary background in railway engineering with a focus on engineering assurance and risk management on rail infrastructure projects.
You will have the ability to influence and negotiate with suppliers and contractors to achieve the best results and have considerable experience in a rail related environment. You will be a chartered engineer or equivalent or working towards this with a clear timeline for achieving professional registration.
To apply please upload a CV and covering letter detailing how you meet the criteria for the role. During shortlisting our applications are anonymised so please do not include your name or any personal details on either of these documents.
For more information on this role, please see job role profile attached.
This is a permanent role with a salary of £64,132- £72,181 per annum depending on experience.
Valuing and rewarding our workforce is important to us which is why we offer a range of fantastic benefits, such as:
· 27 days holiday per annum (plus bank holidays)
· Flexible and hybrid working options to promote and support a good work/life balance
· Free bus, rail or Metrolink travel to and from work within the Greater Manchester boundary
· Generous pension scheme contributions
· Commitment to learning and personal development and upskilling with reimbursement of professional fees, where essential to the role
· We promote good physical and mental health and can provide additional support to staff via our employee assistance programme when required
If you believe you have the skills and experience required, we’d really like to hear from you.
For more information on working for TfGM including details on our Guaranteed Assessment scheme please visit www.tfgm.com/careers
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