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Train Maintenance Centre Manager

  • Location

    Glasgow

  • Sector:

    Rail

  • Job type:

    Permanent

  • Salary:

    Salary Negotiable DOE

  • Contact:

    Tom Reid

  • Contact email:

    tom.reid@txmrecruit.co.uk

  • Contact phone:

    07802 721585

  • Job ref:

    BH-30600-1

  • Published:

    about 1 month ago

  • Expiry date:

    2022-08-06

  • Startdate:

    2022-07-06

  • Consultant:

    ConsultantDrop

Train Maintenance Centre Manager

Scotland

Permanent Role

Salary Negotiable DOE

 

TXM Recruit have an exciting opportunity for a Train Maintenance Centre (TMC) Manager to be responsible on behalf of the Head of Operations for managing and leading all aspects of TMC operations and technical facilities, including 200+ people, to ensure the daily delivery of a safe and reliable fleet that enhances the customer experience.

 

The TMC Manager will lead a team of Production Managers, Team Leaders, Engineers and Technicians in heavy maintenance and examination activities to deliver the fleet on a daily basis for our applicable train operators which includes full responsibility for fleet availability and safety. 

 

Key Responsibilities:

 

•             Provide visible safety leadership within the TMC in order to achieve industry leading safety performance.

•             Lead and directly oversee all aspects of TMC operations to ensure the daily delivery of a safe and reliable fleet that enhances the customer experience. 

•             Deliver operational outputs, ensuring financial targets and contractual obligations are consistently achieved and, where they fall short, take appropriate remedial action to drive improvement.

•             Responsible for budgets and annual operating costs, including achievement of Under/Over Absorption (UOA) and headcount targets set out in OS&M business plan. 

•             Lead the TMC management reviews, identifying and rectifying any non-compliance and deviation from plan and budget.

•             Ensure compliance to OS&M process and procedures to meet the required standards for both internal and external assurance/audit mechanisms in accordance with industry regulations.

•             Develop, deliver and implement the key performance metrics for the TMC in order to drive production and business improvement.

•             Challenge the existing culture, current processes and procedures to increase asset utilisation and resilience.

•             Lead, manage and develop staff, providing appropriate coaching and mentoring as required.

•             Ensure all aspects of train maintenance including planned exams, defects, investigations, modifications, train presentation and cleaning are delivered to exceed customer expectations.

•             Ensure available, reliable and safe units are provided in line with customer dispatch requirements.

•             Optimisation of TMC operations and associated maintenance costs.

•             Develop and implement maintenance concepts for optimal performance and cost effectiveness.

•             Manage all staff rotas, leave, absence and training to ensure Minimum Shift Levels (MSL) are in place at all times.

•             Manage costs through the effective and efficient alignment and coordination of resources.

•             Provide technical management and assurance of 3rd party suppliers and contractors.

•             Ensure technical investigations are completed and root cause is established in a timely manner.

•             Liaise with functions such as Engineering and Supply Chain, as well as suppliers and Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) to identify, allocate, and leverage resources to enable the delivery of production.

•             Ensure all train presentation standards are met and KPI checks under the Train Services Agreement (TSA) are carried out and recorded.

•             Ensure Lean tools and techniques are applied and industry best practice is implemented.

 

Role Requirements:

 

•             A natural senior leader with recognised ability to influence internal and external stakeholders.

•             Excellent planning and problem solving skills.

•             Extensive previous experience of maintenance production planning and execution.

•             Strong customer focus and ability to build partnerships.

•             Sound knowledge of railway operations, rules, regulations, and previous experience of rolling stock maintenance.

 

Qualifications:

 

•             Formal qualifications in mechanical/electrical engineering (degree level) or evidence of working experience equivalent to this level and 5 years of production management experience.

•             Safety management qualifications.

•             Leadership & management qualifications or equivalent experience.

•             Professional registration (or working towards) of engineering institution or Institution of Railway Operators is desirable.

 

If you are interested and would like some more information on the Train Maintenance Centre Manager role please click 'APPLY' and we will be in touch.

Train Maintenance Centre Manager

Scotland

Permanent Role

Salary Negotiable DOE

 

TXM Recruit have an exciting opportunity for a Train Maintenance Centre (TMC) Manager to be responsible on behalf of the Head of Operations for managing and leading all aspects of TMC operations and technical facilities, including 200+ people, to ensure the daily delivery of a safe and reliable fleet that enhances the customer experience.

 

The TMC Manager will lead a team of Production Managers, Team Leaders, Engineers and Technicians in heavy maintenance and examination activities to deliver the fleet on a daily basis for our applicable train operators which includes full responsibility for fleet availability and safety. 

 

Key Responsibilities:

 

•             Provide visible safety leadership within the TMC in order to achieve industry leading safety performance.

•             Lead and directly oversee all aspects of TMC operations to ensure the daily delivery of a safe and reliable fleet that enhances the customer experience. 

•             Deliver operational outputs, ensuring financial targets and contractual obligations are consistently achieved and, where they fall short, take appropriate remedial action to drive improvement.

•             Responsible for budgets and annual operating costs, including achievement of Under/Over Absorption (UOA) and headcount targets set out in OS&M business plan. 

•             Lead the TMC management reviews, identifying and rectifying any non-compliance and deviation from plan and budget.

•             Ensure compliance to OS&M process and procedures to meet the required standards for both internal and external assurance/audit mechanisms in accordance with industry regulations.

•             Develop, deliver and implement the key performance metrics for the TMC in order to drive production and business improvement.

•             Challenge the existing culture, current processes and procedures to increase asset utilisation and resilience.

•             Lead, manage and develop staff, providing appropriate coaching and mentoring as required.

•             Ensure all aspects of train maintenance including planned exams, defects, investigations, modifications, train presentation and cleaning are delivered to exceed customer expectations.

•             Ensure available, reliable and safe units are provided in line with customer dispatch requirements.

•             Optimisation of TMC operations and associated maintenance costs.

•             Develop and implement maintenance concepts for optimal performance and cost effectiveness.

•             Manage all staff rotas, leave, absence and training to ensure Minimum Shift Levels (MSL) are in place at all times.

•             Manage costs through the effective and efficient alignment and coordination of resources.

•             Provide technical management and assurance of 3rd party suppliers and contractors.

•             Ensure technical investigations are completed and root cause is established in a timely manner.

•             Liaise with functions such as Engineering and Supply Chain, as well as suppliers and Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) to identify, allocate, and leverage resources to enable the delivery of production.

•             Ensure all train presentation standards are met and KPI checks under the Train Services Agreement (TSA) are carried out and recorded.

•             Ensure Lean tools and techniques are applied and industry best practice is implemented.

 

Role Requirements:

 

•             A natural senior leader with recognised ability to influence internal and external stakeholders.

•             Excellent planning and problem solving skills.

•             Extensive previous experience of maintenance production planning and execution.

•             Strong customer focus and ability to build partnerships.

•             Sound knowledge of railway operations, rules, regulations, and previous experience of rolling stock maintenance.

 

Qualifications:

 

•             Formal qualifications in mechanical/electrical engineering (degree level) or evidence of working experience equivalent to this level and 5 years of production management experience.

•             Safety management qualifications.

•             Leadership & management qualifications or equivalent experience.

•             Professional registration (or working towards) of engineering institution or Institution of Railway Operators is desirable.

 

If you are interested and would like some more information on the Train Maintenance Centre Manager role please click 'APPLY' and we will be in touch.