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  • UK, West Midlands, Birmingham
  • from £40,000 to £50,000 per year
  • Contract
  • Full time
  • Industry: Railways, Civils
  • Discipline: Design Management, Bridge Engineering

Job title: Principle Rail Engineer (Civils/Structures/Bridges) 

 

Location: Midlands/London/South West  

 

Salary: £40,000 - £50,000 

 

Company Information:  

My client is a reputable multi-disciplinary consultancy who specialize in providing the full cycle of project delivery. This includes Planning, and Design Engineering. My client operates in many sectors providing such solutions; this includes Energy, Property, Environment and Transportation.  

 

Project Information:  

Due to increased workload my client is looking for a permanent Rail Bridge Engineer to work on the ongoing Rail projects. The projects are mainly working on Stations, Structures, Bridges and Civils.  

 

Essential Experience: 

- Consultancy/Client side Background  

- Well conversed with Network Rail GRIP stages 3-6  

- Minimum 10 years in Rail Design Engineering  

- Specific Bridge/Rail structures design experience  

- Chartered (ICE)  

- Previously been approved as a CRE  

 

Role Details 

- Site based 

- Key Principle role in the Design Team 

- Providing design support on current Rail projects  

- Network Rail Interface  

- Carrying our Bridge inspections/Asset Management  

  • Quote ref: 100295/21998

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