Senior Project Engineer

City of London, London, UK £380 - £520 per day



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Daniel Peinado


01923 696 668

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Are you an experiences Project Engineer? With expertise in station design and development projects?

We have an exciting new opportunity as a Senior Project Engineer within a large industrial sector based railway company. Working for a big company like this offers great personal development, which is a fantastic move for your career.

Based in the centre of London, this role is full time, Monday to Friday and contracted until 30th September 2019.

Successful candidates will have experience of working across a portfolio of multi-disciplinary development projects; defining and managing requirements for stations, buildings, oversight developments and public realm changes; acting as a DPE on previous schemes; major station enhancement and providing stations engineering support from concept design through to achieving approval.

Ideally candidates will come from a engineering discipline background and ideally with involvement in station construction and design projects across multi-discipline areas. Candidates will need knowledge of safety management and quality assurance, experience of the development phases of a project, engineering management of projects, and engineering safety management including CSM and CDM, and ideally will have chartered engineering status or a member of an appropriate institution (Six Sigma Yellow Belt would be desirable).

McGinley Support Services is committed to equal opportunities and actively seeks applications from all sectors of the community irrespective of gender, race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, having responsibility for dependants, age, religion/beliefs, or any other reason which cannot be shown to be justified.

McGinley Support Services is committed to making reasonable adjustments in order for all candidates who are successfully put through to the interview stage to be able to attend.

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