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Operations Project Delivery Manager
Ten Pound Walk, Doncaster, United Kingdom
TXM Recruit are looking for an Operations Project Delivery Manager working on new trains for a global train manufacturer on an initial 6-month contract covering long term sick. Rates on offer are very competitive, working hours are 40 hours per week M-F. If you have the below skill set/experience, please send your cv and I will be I touch to discuss in more detail. Operations Project Delivery Manager Responsibilities: Managing multiple workstreams and projects from an internal perspective looking at organisational readiness for the delivery of new trains to a variety of train operators. Manage workstream project plans, establish appropriate project governance and progress through high level reviews/steering groups and report regular weekly progress meetings. Identify potential slippage and corrective actions to then integrate in the workstream plans and overall corporate plan. Operations Project Delivery Manager Experience: Ideally railway experience but would consider manufacturing, automotive or aerospace. Will have 5-10 years’ experience and worked within a service environment, delivering projects against of “service first”. Multimillion pound project experience. APM or Prince2 qualified with practical implementation experience. Energetic, engaging, personable, ability to bring people together in a matrix environment. If you meet the above requirement and are interested in this Operations Project Delivery Manager role, please send through your cv and we’ll be in touch. TXM Recruit is an equal opportunities employer. If you have any specific requirements or require assistance or reasonable adjustments to be made for you during the selection process due to disability or long-term health condition, we will do our best to assist you.
Rolling Stock Production/ MOD’s Manager
Rolling Stock Production/ MOD’s Manager required on an initial 5-month contract for an exciting new rolling stock manufacture based in Cardiff. We are working with one of the UK’s new train manufacturers to support them in the core delivery of new trains across the UK market. With a number of exciting roles opening they have identified a core need for a Production/MOD’s Manager to support with key programs of work across various fleet at their new production facility. I have listed below the core responsibilities within the role: Act as Team Lead to ensure daily / weekly modifications schedules are produced. Plan modification activities to allow for maximum efficiency utilising the staff available across production Liaise with the Factory Manager to report progress and schedule. Liaise with the factory project manager to report progress Liaise with the Health & Safety / Quality & Methods departments to ensure all work is carried out in accordance to local policies. Produce tracking matrixes and relevant KPI’s As a Production/ MOD’s Manager you will be based on a Monday to Friday working week with flexibility within your working hours. You will be based on a competitive day rate for the duration of the contract. If you are currently looking for a new role within the rolling stock industry and hold the above skills and experience, please click apply to find out more.
Vehicle Operability Engineer
Job description TXM are working exclusively on behalf of Bombardier Transportation to recruit several Vehicle Engineers to work on high speed rail concepts at their site in Henningsdorf, the suitable candidate would come from a reliability / systems / safety / maintainability background in either the Aerospace or Rail sector. Your tasks Deliver the Operability module scope for product / projects to the agreed QTC Elicit, verify, derived and allocate a set of requirements (Legislation / Project / Product) regarding operation, infrastructure and maintenance in line with the RM process Manage the concept deltas (gap analysis) and the agreed changes regarding operability based on Product Family Concept Baseline Manage the design trade-offs, conflicts, risks and opportunities associated with operability against product/project deltas Setup, plan, report, deliver ROS Operability module work packages, including of Best Cost Targets Maintain product family variants and support product standardization strategy regarding operability building blocks Qualifications Engineering Degree or equivalent, Chartered Engineer Specialist with a minimum 5 years of experience in various projects in Engineering Strong experience in rail operation (maintenance, driver, Control Center, Signaling), train functions and/or Human Factor Working in a complex international environment Relevant experience in Vehicle Operational and Maintenance Regimes, Vehicle Maintenance Schedule, Functional FMEA, HAZARD LOG Familiarization, Product Liability, Requirements Management Process, Failure Modes and Effects and Criticality Analysis (FMECA) Fluent in English language (other languages are an advantage) For more information contact Ben Anderson on either email@example.com