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Job Type: Permanent
Location: North West
Posted at: 27 February 2017
Expiration date: 27 May 2017
We are looking for a Possession Planner / SSOW Planner to join our well-established team in Cheshire.
- Liaise closely with the Client to optimise work programme.
- Planning of Safe Systems of Work
- Identify available possessions and submit possession requests in line with Network Rail possession planning timescales using the PPS system
- Liaise with and request all Line Blockages from the GZAC
- Prepare SSOW Packs, WPP's and Task Briefings accurately and on time ensuring documentation is returned and maintained.
- Attend Pre-Possession Meetings
- Instruct COSS/Supervisor on SSOW plan ensuring their understanding.
- Review and report on possession performance and utilisation,
- On publication of the Weekly Operating Notices and Isolation Plans, check the details comply with the works requirements ensuring any errors are corrected.
- Organise safety critical resources to facilitate the implementation of the Safe System of Work.
- Maintain a possession schedule and liaise closely with the P6 planner to ensure programmes are accurately maintained.
- Establish good working knowledge of the geographical railway infrastructure, for the area of project/works.
Skills & Experience
To be considered for this position you must have experience of PPS planning, be a competent Safe System of Work Planner, be competent in the use of GZAM, have a detailed understanding of the rule book while being able to interpret sectional appendices and the hazard directory. You will also be IT literate and hold a full UK driving license. Any experience of train planning using NROL would be beneficial.
Rate: £400 - £425/day
Job Type: Contract
Posted at: 07 March 2017
Expiration date: 07 June 2017
We are looking to recruit a civil engineering construction manager with a solid multidisciplinary background to supervise the Civils, Signalling, Telecom and E&P of a major rail engineering scheme in Scotland.
You will have a good strong knowledge of Civils, Signals, Telecoms and E&P to be considered for this role.
Role & Responsibilities
The successful applicant will be managing the construction of track, signalling, telecoms and M&E systems taking responsibility for the civils interface with all of these systems. You will be responsible for ensuring projects are completed safely, on time and on budget.
Skills & Experience
To apply for this role you must meet the following criteria:
- Proven rail civil engineering experience
- Construction management background
- Civils / Signals / Telecoms / E&P
- Ideally currently previously approved as a CRE
- Ideally degree qualified in civil engineering
- Experience interfacing with other non-civils disciplines
- History of delivering projects on time and to budget
- Applicants will have risen through the engineering ranks and be able to demonstrate strong technical knowledge to back up their management skills
- Commitment to health and safety as the first priority
- Stakeholder management experience
- Commercial / budgetary acumen
- Excellent motivational skills; leads by example
- Permanently eligible to work in the UK and currently based in the country