Senior Rail Civil Engineer

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03 Jul 2017
31 Jul 2017
Rail Team
Contract Type
Full Time
We are currently working with a major Engineering Consultancy based in Birmingham looking for a Senior or Principal Rail Civil Engineer to to lead and direct teams of civil engineers, graduates and technicians involved in producing civil engineering designs and studies for a range of railway infrastructure project. Typical woks that you will be involved are new stations/platform extensions and civils/structures to supplement electrification related projects

You will undertake the Contractors Responsible Engineer on different major Network Rail Civils projects. Such projects that you could gain exposure can include, but not limited to, Great Western Route Modernization, East Coast Mainline and Gatwick Station. 

This would be great opportunity to join a growing an expanding team whom have exciting plans for growth, in which you’ll be at the forefront. This is an excellent position for that technical Senior Civil Engineer CRE whom has track record of mentoring junior Engineers within a consultancy environment. 

Due to the urgent nature both contractors and permanent employees will be considered. 

Job Requirements

  • Ideally either IENG or CEng from either institution. Would consider candidates whom haven’t  achieved Chartership yet depending on experience
  • Demonstrable experience on rail civil or structures project
  • To have come from a Design Engineer background
If this position is of interest then don’t hesitate to contact Sebastian at Critical Project Resourcing

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