Engineering Manager categories -

 

  • Maintenance 7.8.110A

 

Responsible for Interpreting and implementing your organisation’s policy for the maintenance of Signalling and/or Telecoms assets. This includes:
• Managing the activities of your department to ensure that the safety of the operational railway is taken into account in all aspects of your area of responsibility.
• Providing advice and information on aspects of S and/or T engineering within your job role.
• Solving engineering problems through application of current and developing technology.
Responsible for managing the maintenance activities of S and/or T equipment and systems through your direct actions or through delegated actions to achieve compliance, ensuring that:
• Maintenance specifications and plans are prepared and resources are effectively utilised.
• Achievement of the plan and maintenance standards are monitored.
• Incidents are thoroughly investigated and action taken to prevent recurrence

 

  • Installation 7.8.110b

Responsible for managing the installation activities of signalling or telecoms systems through your direct actions or through delegated actions to achieve compliance, ensuring that: 
• The installation requirements are interpreted correctly.
• Resources are identified, procured and effectively utilised.
• Installation specifications and plans are prepared and provided to installation staff.
• Achievement of the plan and installation standards are monitored to ensure the quality of the installation.
• The installation is completed and handed over for testing in accordance with applicable standards.
• Operational, technical, and safety principles have been met.
• Opportunities for improvements are identified and implemented. 
• Any incidents / engineering problems are thoroughly investigated and action to prevent recurrence is taken. 
• Effective solutions are identified and implemented for problems that arise.

  • Testing 7.8.110c
Responsible for managing the activities of Signalling and/or Telecoms testing and commissioning through your direct actions or through delegated actions to achieve compliance, ensuring: 
• The development of the overall test and commissioning plan for the systems being tested.
• Test results are verified before bringing the system into service, and agreeing any operating restrictions that may be required.
• That specified completion criteria are met prior to handing the system over for operational use.
• Operational, technical, and safety principles are complied with throughout the testing and commissioning.
• The effective use of S or T engineering resources and that the testing is carried out by competent staff.
• A post-commissioning review is conducted, with opportunities for improvement identified.
• Formal handover for operational use is conducted. 
Provide advice on decisions affecting the testing and commissioning of S or T systems, and also identify any problems and how they can be resolved.
  • Design 7.8.110e
Responsible for managing the design activities of signalling or telecoms systems through your direct actions or through delegated actions to achieve compliance, ensuring that: 
• The designs comply with the scope of works, the customer’s requirements and your organisation procedures.
• Operational, technical, and safety principles have been met.
• Design specifications and plans are prepared.
• Resources are effectively utilised.
• The designs are monitored and verified. 
• Opportunities for improvement are identified and implemented.
• Effective solutions are identified and implemented for problems that arise.
  • Project Engineering 7.8.110Fv1

Responsible for managing the activities of Signalling or Telecoms projects through your direct actions or through delegated actions to achieve compliance, ensuring: 
• The projects comply with the scope of works, the clients’ requirements and your organisation procedures.
• Operational, technical, and safety principles are met.
• The effective use of S or T Engineering resources. 
• The progress of projects is effectively monitored. 
• Opportunities for improvement are identified and implemented. 
You may be part of a multidisciplinary team responsible for the project engineering of the technical element of a project or stages of a project and may also cover project management activities for engineering an end to end project. 
You will provide advice on decisions effecting S or T systems, and you will also identify S or T problems and how they are to be resolved. You must be capable of managing the integration of the project in the railway environment.

  • Engineering Studies 7.8.110m

The scope of the engineering studies licence covers activities where investigative and development work is undertaken in order to change, enhance or update Signals or Telecoms systems or processes including:
• identifying opportunities.
• producing specifications.
• developing new projects.
In undertaking or managing engineering studies, you will be responsible for:
• ensuring that the objectives, scope and parameters are clearly understood, defined and agreed
• undertaking the work in a structured manner, collecting and analysing information, generating and evaluating options. and producing conclusions and recommendations.
• presenting the results in the required format and to the agreed timescales

 

 

 

Senior Engineering Manager categories - 

  • Senior Engineering Manager (Maintenance)

Responsible for leading your organisation’s strategy and policy for Signalling and/or Telecoms engineering within your area of responsibility.  Develop appropriate solutions to engineering problems, using new or existing technologies, through innovation, creativity and change.  Lead the day to day work of your department, interpreting and implementing either or both S & T policy.  Introduce new and more efficient engineering techniques, concepts, and management methods.  Lead the activities of your department; ensuring that the safety of the operational railway is taken into account in all aspects of your area of responsibility.  You will be responsible for managing the maintenance activities of S or T equipment and systems through your direct actions or through delegated actions to achieve compliance, ensuring that:
• Maintenance specifications and plans are prepared and resources are effectively utilised
• Achievement of the plan and maintenance standards are monitored
• Incidents / engineering problems are thoroughly investigated and action to prevent recurrence taken.

 

 

  • Senior Engineering Manager (Installation)

 

 

Responsible for leading your organisation’s strategy and policy for Signalling and/or Telecoms engineering within your area of responsibility.  Develop appropriate solutions to engineering problems, using new or existing technologies, through innovation, creativity and change.  Lead the day to day work of your department, interpreting and implementing either or both S & T policy.  Introduce new and more efficient engineering techniques, concepts, and management methods.  Lead the activities of your department; ensuring that the safety of the operational railway is taken into account in all aspects of your area of responsibility.  You will be responsible for managing the installation activities of S or T equipment and systems through your direct actions or through delegated actions to achieve compliance, ensuring that:
• Installation specifications and plans are prepared and resources are effectively utilised
• Achievement of the plan and installation standards are monitored to ensure the quality of the installation
• The installation is completed and handed over for testing in accordance with applicable standards
• Incidents / engineering problems are thoroughly investigated and action to prevent recurrence taken

 

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