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Title:  Rail Signal Design Engineer

Job Number:  3566

Perth, AU

Job Description

From humble beginnings almost 70 years ago, John Holland has been driving positive change in Australia, and is now one of the nation’s leading infrastructure and property companies.  An opportunity has become available for an experienced Rail Signal Design Engineer to join the team in our Perth office.  Occasional travel to site will be required.  

Responsibilities of the role include (but are by no means limited to);

  • Responsible for overall management of the Rail Design services performed by others 
  • Responsible for management of the delivery of the design of the various signalling projects.
  • Manages the scope development and tendering process by the engineering staff, as necessary, to support the procurement of the design consultants as well as third party reviewers.
  • Serves as primary interface with the design consultants in performing design reviews or addressing construction-related issues related to the signalling systems as and when required.
  • Regularly interacts with the client to share and understand the on-going design and construction issues.
  • Maintains overall knowledge of drawings, specifications, general contracts and time schedules related to the various Rail Design works.

To be successful in this key role, you must have

  • Tertiary engineering qualification & Railway Signalling Design experience
  • Minimum of 7 years’ experience in a design role in the railway signalling industry
  • Proficient in planning, organising and working to time lines
  • Strong computer skills in Microsoft Office Suite
  • Current driver’s license   

At John Holland we provide long-term career options within an equal opportunity workplace where we recognise the importance of flexibility and a healthy work-life balance. Women, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and other minority groups are encouraged to apply.

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