Lead Senior Project Engineer - HS2

Location
Birmingham
Salary
Not specified
Posted
05 Nov 2018
Closes
03 Dec 2018
Ref
VR/32721/SR
Contact
Rail Team
Contract Type
Contract
Hours
Full Time
We are currently looking for a Lead Senior Project Engineer in Birmingham on a contract basis to be involved in the HS2 projects coming from a Heavy structures background as you will be involved within the Station Structures development. Within the role you play a key role in leading the technical assurance of the design through scheme, detailed and construction stages of the Sector which includes Curzon Street Station and associated enabling works. You will be the lead engineering point of contact for the Station Design Services Contract, Enabling Works contract and the Main Works Stations Construction design and build contract for the Sector working with third parties interfacing with relevant teams to understand and incorporate their design requirements.  
  

This a contract role and rate are negotiable dependent on experience.  

  
Job Requirements
  • Chartered Engineer
  • Experience of development of major transport hubs, including management of interfaces with other transport modes
  • Experience of managing multiple design and construction interfaces within major Structural Engineering projects 


If this role is of interest, then don’t hesitate to contact Sebastian at Critical Project Resourcing


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