£29 - £31 per hour
about 1 month ago
Pay: £29 DAYS - £31 Nights Inside ir35
Hours : 40 - 50 hours a week
Shifts : are requiring someone to be flexible.
Role and Responsibilities:
Carry out dynamic testing for several test trains before their release into service.
Complete complex tasks such as troubleshooting, testing, quality control, tuning and repairs
Complete test reports, internal adjustments, and pending job information accurately.
Verify the electrical & mechanical systems installation, and integrity.
Perform maintenance and fault rectification tasks on the train borne test equipment as necessary in accordance with procedures.
Report test data to relevant stakeholders.
Liaise with relevant systems experts in Engineering to progress commissioning and type testing issues.
The ideal candidate must have experience with Rolling Stock Test & Commissioning. Flexibility is an absolute must; this position will entail travel (fully expensed) and will have a varying shift pattern to meet the project needs. You will be a Team player, who can quickly develop strong working relationships with colleagues, but also self-motivated and able to take ownership and responsibility of your own work. This is a highly pressured environment that would suit someone who is able to stay positive and calm in difficult and stressful situations.
Relevant experience in rolling stock test & commissioning
Knowledge & experience in TCMS, OTMR data downloading, Pneumatics and Rolling Stock Brake Systems, Computer Networks, Automatons and Distributed Input / Output systems
Experience using measuring instruments such as multimeters, recorders, etc.
Able to write detailed test reports
Flexible, and able to adapt to changing circumstances, and provide solutions in a climate of continuous improvement
Excellent organisational and time-management skills.
Please click to apply or contact Kenny McEvoy from TXM Recruit.