Systems Engineer- Interface Management, London, Critical Project Resourcing

Published 2022-09-19
Expires 2022-10-19
ID #1174809282
Systems Engineer- Interface Management, London, Critical Project Resourcing
United Kingdom, London, London,
Published September 19, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Systems engineer- interface management

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I am currently working with a client organisation who are looking to recruit a Systems Engineer to their team in either Birmingham or London, working on a new High Speed Rail project. In this position you will implement and improve the Technical Interface Management working alongside the delivery teams, enabling integration across disciplines and delivery phases as well as ensuring a common approach to the management of technical interfaces established and maintained.Requirements:Systems skills and able provide technical support and leadership to project development and delivery teamsData analytics and reporting skillsAble to engage and communicate technical information to technical and non technical audiencesUnderstanding of railway operations and maintenance and subsystems (railway systems, rolling stock, stations etc) and how they integrateSystems engineering technics and awareness of other disciplines eg. Requirements, V&V management, system assurance, configuration managementUK construction regulations inclusive of CDM requirementsRegulatory/ Legislative framework understandingIf you would be interested in discussing this opportunity further please contact Sophie at Critical Project Resourcing on 01732 494 656 or email or click APPLY now!

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