Contractors Engineering Manager – Permanent Way “You’ll have full responsibility for P-way from fence to fence” Client office is in Belfast – (3 days per week in Belfast (travel & accommodation covered)/Relocation Package available) What’s in it for you? £65,000 – £85,000 salary. You will work 35 hours per week, have 27 days of holidays + 12 bank & public holidays, a car allowance (around £5,500), pension (matched up to 7.5%) & plenty of other benefits all while progressing your rail career working alongside an incredibly talented & experienced team (let’s face it, you’ll probably already know some of them). The role You’ll help improve & protect the NI rail infrastructure for future generations. You’ll be involved in a £40M+ transport interchange project along with track renewals. You will provide independent Technical and Professional expertise to the Professional Head of Design and Engineering Compliance, to ensure compliance with all contractual and Company Standards. You’ll lead the initiatives to manage compliance to Network Rail Standards and the competency of the staff working for the Project/s. You’ll provide a formal link to Network Rail/Translink to allow Technical and Engineering issues to be discussed and disseminated. You will provide direction and assistance in the mentoring and instruction of all technical staff in the correct methods of carrying out their duties. You will also assist the Professional Head of Design and Engineering Compliance in delivering compliance with all relevant safety legislation About the business: You will work for a global business with a £4.8 billion turnover. You’ll have the opportunity to develop a rewarding, long-term career. You’ll have: In-depth knowledge of Permanent Way and Network Rail Group and Line Standards. Excellent knowledge of Rules & Regulations, H.A.S.A.W and other appropriate regulations. Experience in working in the operational railway environment. In-depth knowledge of all aspects of track renewals disciplines. Experience in the operation and requirements of railway technical IT systems. You’ll want to make a positive impact to the infrastructure in NI. You will also want to take responsibility for your career development through actively progressing your own learning and enjoy seeking out and providing constructive feedback. If you’d like to find out more, feel free to give me a call on 07950 935 686 Don’t worry if you don’t have an up-to-date CV, we can deal with that detail later.