Latest Maintenance engineer Jobs in West Midlands
OLE Design Engineer
Birmingham, United Kingdom
OLE Design Engineer Birmingham Due to continued success, a market-dominating consultancy have taken the reigns on delivering a plethora of rail electrification projects, resulting in opportunities for experienced OLE Design Engineers to join the team in Birmingham. The Birmingham office of this award-winning consultancy is the heart and soul of their rail division, compromising of state-of-the-art facilities as well as experts from all disciplines working collectively on some of the industry’s biggest projects. You will work in partnership with the other OLE teams in the North, whilst also interfacing with all disciplines on the projects. You can expect to be involved in both early and later GRIP stages, with opportunities to see projects through from inception to completion. You proven experience and knowledge of OLE design will see you play a fundamental part in delivering these complex engineering schemes, resulting in further project success and career development for you – is this the challenge you’ve been looking for? The ideal candidate can expect a salary of £30k - £40k depending on level and experience, plus package including pension, holidays and healthcare. Requirements: Degree or equivalent in Mechanical Engineering, or alternative relevant discipline Proficient experience of rail overhead line design (structures not electrical) To find out more, either click the apply button or get in touch via the contact details below.
Birmingham, United Kingdom
Technical Trainer TXM Recruit are currently working with a Train Operating Company in the West Midlands to recruit a Technical Trainer who will be responsible for the delivery of training to technical staff for Projects, New Fleet and Modifications. Technical Trainer Responsibilities Reports to the Training and Development Manager and the Production Delivery Manager. Ensure site safety in accordance with Health and Safety at Work Act, appropriate legislation and regulations Identify areas for improvement by personal checks, audits, finished work inspections, periodic checks, risk assessments, area walk rounds. Monitor the fleet whilst on Depot and liaise with colleagues located at Outstations or in Control to include monitoring faults and failures to identify training needs. Contribute to the development of the fleet in terms of reliability and improvements to the train environment by making proposals to improve these areas. Technical Trainer Requirements: Experienced in Railway Vehicle Fault finding Experienced in delivering Training Experienced in Human Resource procedures Man-management experience and formal training, including a sound technical knowledge of Mechanical and Electrical Systems. ONC / HNC trained or Railway Apprentice trained SCWR assessed in Rail Vehicle Maintenance Car and Small Van driving Licence PTS and DP certified RSSB Human Factors and Risk Based Analysis Trained Recognised qualifications in an engineering discipline Recognised Training Qualification at level 3 Minimum with Assessor Units Reward Competitive salary Free standard travel on network 75% discount on all other train operating companies over most of the UK rail network. Enrollment to the pension scheme