GB Railfreight Ltd

  • Fleet Engineering Support

    Job Locations UK-London
    Posted Date 2 weeks ago(2 weeks ago)
    ID
    2018-1245
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    Engineering
  • Overview

    Due to rapid growth, GB Railfreight's Engineering department require a Fleet Support Engineer to join their established team. This is a graduate entry level role that will see the successful individual develop through a structured mentoring process, working alongside an engineering management team that operates nationwide. This role would be suited to an individual who has a desire to further enhance their academic learning in a rewarding working environment.

    Responsibilities

    The successful candidate will be responsible for:

    • The intergration of new businesses and wagon fleet.
    • Assisting with the Yellow Plant maintenance contract, in particular Safety Performance Monitoring. 
    • Integration of Rolling Stock with third party contracts and GB Railfreight's internal stakeholders.
    • Assisting with the production of shunt plans to deliver our rolling stock requirements.
    • Maintain the rolling stock availability against internal Service Level Agreements (SLA).
    • Limit the number of concessions being raised against late maintenance interventions.

    This role includes an On-Call requirement within the Engineering team.

    Qualifications

    Essential

    • Engineering degree or equivalent qualification
    • Excellent IT skills, including Microsoft Office Applications.
    • Strong interpersonal skills.
    • Effective communicator

    Desirable

    • Experience of Trackside maintenance equipment.
    • Knowledge and history of the maintenance of rolling stock, grinders/milling machines and wagons would be an advantage.
    • Knowledge of Total Operations Processing System (TOPS)
    • Experience within the railway industry.
    • Railway georgraphical knowledge.
    • Project Management.

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