Roles and Responsibilities for Test & Commissioning Engineer:
• Arrange and undertake test runs to assist in fault finding and resolution of faults, in particular the close-out of repeat failures.
• Positioning of fault data into shared drive facility.
• Carry out fault finding and investigate intermittent faults on vehicles either on depot or in service.
• Carry out Testing & Re-Commissioning activities on vehicles and trains in accordance with pre-written test and commissioning procedures.
• Functionally test train borne systems with minimal supervision using a variety of techniques and methods, including the use of computer based diagnostics systems.
• Review and rectify test specifications and documentation for functional tests.
• Assistance in component change outs, and failure reporting for central systems support and reliability growth teams.
• Liaise with the systems support engineers and specialist engineers as necessary, gathering technical information needed to enable technical problems with trains, procedures, materials or component problems to be resolved.
• Ensures work is performed in a safe and effective manner in accordance with the Health & Safety at Work Act (1974), Electricity at Work Regulations (1989), Railway Group Standards, and relevant procedures
Qualifications, Experience, Knowledge, Training & Skills
• An Engineering qualification such as HNC Electrical / Electronic or equivalent
• Practical experience and a sound knowledge of mechanical, electrical and electronic engineering aspects of modern Electric Multiple Units.
• Technical experience and expertise in mechanical and electrical engineering.
• Good verbal and written communication skills
• IT skills – competent user of Personal Computer, including office packages, e-mail and intranet