Asset Manager, HV Electrification

York, UK £77,000 - £87,000 per annum


Type:

Permanent

Ref No:

RAM/SPP

Contact:

Simon Pitt

Telephone:

07827 843 501

Date Posted:

13-Jul-18

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***Electrical Asset Manager - York - £100,000 package***

McGinley Support Services are working with the UK main rail infrastructure businesses to deliver rail engineering across the country.

We currently have a permanent role for an Asset Manager to be responsible for all electrification and plant equipment on the LNE route from London Kings Cross to Berwick.

You will ideally be a chartered electrical engineer who can act as technical authority for all HV electrical equipment and associated ancillaries, whilst having the business acumen to manage a team of up to 10 with a £200 million budget spend over 5 years.

You will hold a position of real responsibility and must be able to demonstrate the gravitas and presence to draw in collaboration with all departments and external contractors to deliver complex infrastructure maintenance programmes and upgrades. You will have previous senior management experience with a major infrastructure owner with high importance placed safety for both the workforce and the general public such as HV Rail overhead line and associated equipment, HV electricity power networks transmission and distribution, gas transmission networks or nuclear installations. You will be able to demonstrate an understanding of the importance of maintaining a 24/7/365 uninterrupted supply that keeps essential, vital infrastructure services operating, to keep the country moving, whilst not sacrificing any aspect of worker or public safety.

In return you will receive a salary circa £77,000 to £87,000 with a car allowance and annual bonus that would take the annual income to at least £100,000.

If interested please send a cv to simon.pitt@mcginley.co.uk, call 07827843501

We have a fair and comprehensive selection procedure. It is our policy that there should be equal opportunity for and no discrimination against applicants on the grounds of gender, race, religion or belief, nationality, colour, pregnancy and maternity, sexual orientation, disability, age, marriage and civil partnership, union or non-union membership, socio-economic background or being a part-time or fixed term worker.

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