News | 1 Jul 2019

Irish Rail recruiting following €2.5 billion Capital Investment

Iarnród Éireann will be recruiting shortly for a wide range of infrastructure roles for an exciting phase of growth under a €2.5 billion Capital Investment Programme.

It is the largest such programme in their history and requires committed project delivery professionals to help make its ambitious aims a reality.

As part of their diverse team, successful applicants will be given the opportunity to work on major capital and maintenance projects, including the DART Expansion and the National Train Control Centre.

Some of the roles available include:

  • Programme Managers
  • Project Managers
  • Assistant Project Managers
  • Project Engineers, Signalling
  • Civil / Structural Engineers
  • Architects
  • Project Engineers, Telecom
  • Civil / Structural Technicians
  • Architectural Technicians
  • Project Engineers – LV Power
  • Project Engineers, HV Power
  • Project Engineers, Electrification
  • Project Engineers, Systems
  • Permanent Way Designers
  • Project planners
  • Project planners: - Central Planning Manager
  • Site Supervisors / resident Engineers
  • Project Accountants
  • Safety Officers/Executives
  • Designated Project Engineers (Signalling, Electrification, Telecoms)

JOB DESCRIPTIONS

Architects

Working in a railway environment responsibilities include preparing and creating design concepts for new projects, alterations and redevelopments and to provide professional support to the Programme Manager, project managers and design teams as required.

Salary range: (commensurate with suitable qualifications and experience):€41k - €71k (plus relocation or non-resident package as applicable) 

Requirements

Essential

  • A third level qualification in Architecture
  • Registered with the RIAI and able to undertake the role of Assigned Certifier
  • A minimum of 10 years’ experience working in an Architectural Design office
  • A good working knowledge of AutoCAD and or Microstation including 3D modelling and Photoshop
  • A good working knowledge of Building Regulations, Health and Safety Regulations, Disability, Accessibility and Planning laws
  • Experience in carrying out the role of PSDP and or Health and Safety Coordinator
  • Full Drivers Licence

Desirable

  • Qualification in the conservation of historic structures
  • Experience in managing and delivering technical information, including drawings, specifications, bills of quantities, etc for Architectural projects 
  • Experience in managing contracts on site
  • Experience in maintaining an information management system

A competency based interview will form part of the selection processes. Please note that candidates may be shortlisted on the basis of experience and or application or CV.

To apply for this role, please refer to the role category in the subject line of your email and send a copy of your CV to capitalprogrecruitment@irishrail.ie by 21st July 2019.

Architectural Technicians

Working in a railway environment, you will provide professional support to the Programme Manager for the design and management of construction projects.

Salary range: (commensurate with suitable qualifications and experience):€42k - €59k (plus relocation non-resident package as applicable)

Requirements

Essential

  • A third level qualification in architecture or equivalent.
  • A minimum of 10-years’ experience working in an Architectural Design office
  • A good working knowledge of AutoCAD and or Microstation including 3D modelling and Photoshop
  • Have the ability to prepare rendered designs for use in photomontages
  • Must be proficient in the use of Microsoft Word and Excel
  • A good working knowledge of Building Regulations, Health and Safety
  • Regulations, Disability, Accessibility and Planning laws
  • Full Drivers Licence

Desirable

  • Experience in managing and delivering technical information, including drawings, specifications, bills of quantities, etc for Architectural projects
  • Experience of working in a railway environment would be beneficial

A competency based interview will form part of the selection processes. Please note that candidates may be shortlisted on the basis of experience and or application or CV.

To apply for this role, please refer to the role category in the subject line of your email and send a copy of your CV to capitalprogrecruitment@irishrail.ie by 21st July 2019.

Assistant Project Managers

Working in a railway environment to assist the Project Manager with the delivery of Railway Projects to authorised budget, time, quality and scope targets. This involves assisting with Project Management of the respective teams, monitoring and reporting to assist with the smooth implementation of projects in accordance with applicable industry standards, regulations and legislation as well as providing professional support relating to management of projects.

Salary range(commensurate with suitable qualifications and experience):€41k - €71k (plus relocation or non-resident package as applicable) 

Requirements

Essential:

  • A Building, Engineering, Construction or Project Management degree
  • Member of Engineers Ireland or other relevant professional body
  • Minimum of 5 years project engineering experience in relevant engineering environment
  • Strong leadership, negotiation and interpersonal skills
  • Relevant general management and project management experience
  • Demonstrable ability to produce and manage budgets
  • A full driving licence
  • Availability to work occasional weekend and or night shifts

Desirable:

  • Experience in the management of complex, multi-disciplinary projects preferably in a railway environment
  • A good working knowledge of railway infrastructure and systems
  • Experience implementing the Construction Regulations in the role of PSDP or PSCS
  • Experience in the delivery of Safety Management Systems
  • A good working knowledge of applicable National and European safety, planning and environmental legislation.
  • Demonstrable understanding of good Project Management Procedures.
  • Ability to produce tender documentation.

A competency based interview will form part of the selection processes. Please note that candidates may be shortlisted on the basis of experience and or application or CV.

To apply for this role, please refer to the role category in the subject line of your email and send a copy of your CV to capitalprogrecruitment@irishrail.ie by 21st July 2019.

Civil or Structural Engineers

Working in a railway environment you will provide professional support in terms of programme strategy and development, management of projects, assisting with the smooth implementation of projects and monitoring implementation of projects in accordance with applicable industry standards, regulations and legislation.

Salary range: (commensurate with suitable qualifications and experience):€41k - €71k (plus relocation or non-resident package as applicable) 

Requirements

Essential:

  • A Building, Engineering, Construction or Project Management degree.
  • Relevant experience in project management
  • Demonstrated management and civil engineering capability appropriate to the role and purpose of the position
  • A minimum of five years project engineering experience in railway or construction engineering environment
  • Competency in Health and Safety within a rail or construction environment (both HSA and CRR)
  • Excellent understanding of Health and Safety issues in a construction or rail environment.
  • Strong leadership, negotiation and interpersonal skills
  • Working knowledge of Engineering or Planning computer programmes
  • Availability to work occasional weekend and or night shifts

Desirable:

  • Demonstrable understanding of good Project Management Procedures
  • Experience in the delivery of Safety Management Systems
  • Knowledge of contract drafting, management and law
  • Chartered engineer or progressing towards chartership

A competency based interview will form part of the selection processes. Please note that candidates may be shortlisted on the basis of experience and or application or CV.

To apply for this role, please refer to the role category in the subject line of your email and send a copy of your CV to capitalprogrecruitment@irishrail.ie by 21st July 2019.

Civil or Structural Technicians

Working in a railway environment, you will provide professional support to the Programme Manager for the design and management of construction projects.

Salary range: (commensurate with suitable qualifications and experience):€42k - €59k (plus relocation non-resident package as applicable) 

Requirements

Essential

  • A Diploma in Civil Engineering or equivalent
  • A minimum of 6 years’ experience working in a Civil or Structural Design office
  • A good working knowledge of AutoCAD and other related design and drawing software
  • Experience of preparing drawings for various materials, including reinforced concrete, structural steel, masonry, timber, etc
  • A good working knowledge of Health and Safety issues in a construction or rail environment
  • Full Drivers Licence
  •  Availability to work occasional weekend and or night shifts.

Desirable

  • Experience in managing and delivering technical information, including drawings, specifications, bills of quantities, etc for Architectural and Civil or Structural Engineering projects 
  • Experience of preparing drawings for bridges.
  • Experience of working in a railway environment.

A competency based interview will form part of the selection processes. Please note that candidates may be shortlisted on the basis of experience and or application or CV.

To apply for this role, please refer to the role category in the subject line of your email and send a copy of your CV to capitalprogrecruitment@irishrail.ie by 21st July 2019.

Permanent Way Designers

Assisting the lead Permanent Way Designer and Project Managers with the delivery of Railway projects, including DART Expansion. This includes producing permanent way infrastructure designs in accordance with relevant technical and safety standards, production of associated drawings, stage planning of implementation designs, technical and safety approval of permanent way designs and provision of professional support in terms of design and implementation of projects undertaken by the Programme Manager(s).

Salary range: (commensurate with suitable qualifications and experience):€41k - €71k (plus relocation or non-resident package as applicable)

Requirements

Essential:

  • An Engineering, Construction or related discipline degree
  • Minimum of 5 years railway infrastructure project design experience in relevant engineering environment
  • Minimum of 5 years’ experience using AutoCAD to produce drawings
  • Strong leadership, negotiation and interpersonal skills
  • Relevant experience of working to national or EU railway technical and safety standards
  • Demonstrable ability to produce permanent way infrastructure designs including track layout designs and horizontal and vertical alignment design
  • Familiar with track connections geometry i.e. Turnouts and crossovers
  • A full driving licence
  • Availability to work occasional weekend and or night shifts

Desirable:

  • Member of Engineers Ireland or other relevant professional body
  • Experience of using track alignment design software such as AutoCAD Civil 3D, Bentley Rail
  • Track or Bentley Open Rail Designer etc
  • A knowledge of B.I.M (Building Information modelling)
  • Experience in the production of general civil engineering drawings
  • Experience in the design of complex, multi-disciplinary railway projects
  • A good working knowledge of railway infrastructure and systems
  • Experience in assisting the delivery of Railway Safety certification to national or EU regulations
  • A good working knowledge of applicable National and European safety, planning and environmental legislation
  • Understanding of good Project Management Procedures
  • Knowledge of the Construction Regulations
  • Ability to assist in the production of tender documentation to include drawings, quantity extraction from drawings and technical specifications etc
  • Experience and knowledge of technical approvals processes for track and signalling

A competency based interview will form part of the selection processes. Please note that candidates may be shortlisted on the basis of experience and or application or CV.

To apply for this role, please refer to the role category in the subject line of your email and send a copy of your CV to capitalprogrecruitment@irishrail.ie by 21st July 2019.

Programme Managers

Programme managers are required for the management of the following work packages under the DART Expansion Programme:

  • Maynooth line and City Centre Enhancement
  • Kildare Line
  • Northern and South Eastern Line

The DART Expansion programme is a series of projects that will create a full integrated metropolitan area DART network for Dublin expanding the heavy rail electrified commuter network from the existing ca. 50 km to ca. 150 km.

The role involves managing project managers and project teams to deliver these work packages as well as interfacing with multidisciplinary design and construction teams which include electrification, resignalling, infrastructural enhancements, civils and trackworks, fleet depot and structural works.

Salary range: (commensurate with suitable qualifications and experience):Salary on request (plus relocation or non-resident package as applicable) 

Requirements

Suitable candidates will meet the following criteria:

  • An Engineering, Construction or Project Management degree or equivalent
  • Member of the Institute of Engineers of Ireland or other relevant professional body
  • Demonstrated management capability appropriate to the role and purpose of the position
  • Demonstrated Project and Programme Management capability appropriate to the role and purpose of the position
  • Demonstrated Safety Management capability appropriate to the role and purpose of the position
  • Strong leadership, negotiation and interpersonal skills
  • Minimum of 15 years experience delivering projects appropriate to the role and purpose of the position

A competency based interview will form part of the selection processes. Please note that candidates may be shortlisted on the basis of experience and or application or CV.

To apply for this role, please refer to the role category in the subject line of your email and send a copy of your CV to capitalprogrecruitment@irishrail.ie by 21st July 2019.

Project Accountants

To assist in managing the financial control requirements of the railway business unit covering budgetary control; financial planning, financial forecast management, project controls and contract management. Some responsibilities include providing periodic financial reports, analysis, preparation of periodic accruals and budgeting or forecasting.

Salary range: (commensurate with suitable qualifications and experience):€64k - €75k (plus relocation or non-resident package as applicable)

Requirements

Essential:

  • Candidate must be a qualified accountant with 5 years Post Qualification Experience in Project Management or Accounting
  • Excellent skills in Microsoft Office with particular proficiency in the Excel package

Desirable:

  • Demonstrated ability in the preparation of high quality timely and consistent financial reports for internal and external use
  • Demonstrated ability in problem solving and change management issues
  • A knowledge of the SAP Financial, Controlling and Project Management modules

A competency based interview will form part of the selection processes. Please note that candidates may be shortlisted on the basis of experience and or application or CV.

To apply for this role, please refer to the role category in the subject line of your email and send a copy of your CV to capitalprogrecruitment@irishrail.ie by 21st July 2019.

Project Engineers, Electrification

Responsible for ensuring that the electrification design produced meets the specified scope and is delivered in accordance with process and programme in support of the Project Manager. You will manage technical issues to resolution between the design and technical lead departments, including managing the electrification engineering interfaces with other engineering disciplines and ensuring process is followed for design, construction and commissioning readiness reviews.

Salary range: (commensurate with suitable qualifications and experience):Salary on request (plus relocation or non-resident package as applicable) 

Requirements

  • Degree in relevant engineering discipline desirable
  • Five plus years railway electrification project experience
  • IRSE licensed Project Engineer or equivalent desirable
  • Understanding of railway project engineering process through design and acceptance, construction, testing and commissioning
  • Understanding of main railway engineering discipline interfaces
  • Ability to resolve technical issues through liaison with separate teams within a project
  • Good communicator
  • Delivery and programme focused
  • Commercial awareness

A competency based interview will form part of the selection processes. Please note that candidates may be shortlisted on the basis of experience and or application or CV.

To apply for this role, please refer to the role category in the subject line of your email and send a copy of your CV to capitalprogrecruitment@irishrail.ie by 21st July 2019.

Project Engineers, HV Power

Working in a railway environment you will be responsible for ensuring that the HV power design produced meets the specified scope and is delivered in accordance with process and programme in support of the Project Manager. You will manage technical issues to resolution between the design and technical lead departments, including managing the HV power engineering interfaces with other engineering disciplines and ensuring process is followed for design, construction and commissioning readiness reviews.

Salary range: (commensurate with suitable qualifications and experience):Salary on request (plus relocation or non-resident package as applicable) 

Requirements

  • Degree in relevant engineering discipline desirable
  • Five plus years railway HV power project experience (ESB and substation supply and distribution, electrification supply, etc)
  • IRSE licensed Project Engineer or equivalent desirable
  • Understanding of railway project engineering process through design and acceptance, construction, testing and commissioning
  • Understanding of main railway engineering discipline interfaces
  • Ability to resolve technical issues through liaison with separate teams within a project
  • Good communicator
  • Delivery and programme focused
  • Commercial awareness

A competency based interview will form part of the selection processes. Please note that candidates may be shortlisted on the basis of experience and or application or CV.

To apply for this role, please refer to the role category in the subject line of your email and send a copy of your CV to capitalprogrecruitment@irishrail.ie by 21st July 2019.

Project Engineers, LV Power

Working in a railway environment you will be responsible for ensuring that the LV power design produced meets the specified scope and is delivered in accordance with process and programme in support of the Project Manager. You will manage technical issues to resolution between the design and technical lead departments, including managing the LV power engineering interfaces with other engineering disciplines and ensuring process is followed for design, construction and commissioning readiness reviews.

Salary range: (commensurate with suitable qualifications and experience):Salary on request (plus relocation or non-resident package as applicable) 

Requirements

  • Degree in relevant engineering discipline desirable
  • Five plus years railway LV power project experience (LV power distribution typically 650VAC downstream, domestic supply, ESB connection, signalling power supply, etc)
  • IRSE licensed Project Engineer or equivalent desirable
  • Understanding of railway project engineering process through design and acceptance, construction, testing and commissioning
  • Understanding of main railway engineering discipline interfaces
  • Ability to resolve technical issues through liaison with separate teams within a project
  • Good communicator
  • Delivery and programme focused
  • Commercial awareness

A competency based interview will form part of the selection processes. Please note that candidates may be shortlisted on the basis of experience and or application or CV.

To apply for this role, please refer to the role category in the subject line of your email and send a copy of your CV to capitalprogrecruitment@irishrail.ie by 21st July 2019.

Project Engineers, Signalling

Responsible for ensuring that the signalling design produced meets the specified scope and is delivered in accordance with process and programme in support of the Project Manager. You will manage technical issues to resolution between the design and technical lead departments, including managing the signal engineering interfaces with other engineering disciplines and ensuring process is followed for design, construction and commissioning readiness reviews.

Salary range: (commensurate with suitable qualifications and experience):Salary on request (plus relocation and non-resident package as applicable)

Requirements

  • Degree in relevant engineering discipline desirable
  • Five plus years railway signalling project experience
  • IRSE licensed Project Engineer or equivalent desirable
  • Member of IRSE or equivalent desirable
  • Understanding of railway project engineering process through design and acceptance, construction, testing and commissioning
  • Understanding of main railway engineering discipline interfaces
  • Ability to resolve technical issues through liaison with separate teams within a project
  • Good communicator
  • Delivery and programme focused
  • Commercial awareness

A competency based interview will form part of the selection processes. Please note that candidates may be shortlisted on the basis of experience and or application or CV.

To apply for this role, please refer to the role category in the subject line of your email and send a copy of your CV to capitalprogrecruitment@irishrail.ie by 21st July 2019.

Project Engineers, Systems

Responsible for ensuring that the rail systems design produced meets the specified scope and is delivered in accordance with process and programme in support of the Project Manager. You will manage technical issues to resolution between the design and technical lead departments, including managing the rail systems engineering interfaces with other engineering disciplines and ensuring process is followed for design, construction and commissioning readiness reviews.

Salary range: (commensurate with suitable qualifications and experience):Salary on request (plus relocation or non-resident package as applicable) 

Requirements

  • Degree in relevant engineering discipline desirable
  • Five plus years railway systems project experience (signalling control, TMS, CBI signalling, interface with communication system)
  • IRSE licensed Project Engineer or equivalent desirable
  • Understanding of railway project engineering process through design and acceptance, construction, testing and commissioning
  • Understanding of main railway engineering discipline interfaces
  • Ability to resolve technical issues through liaison with separate teams within a project
  • Good communicator
  • Delivery and programme focused
  • Commercial awareness

A competency based interview will form part of the selection processes. Please note that candidates may be shortlisted on the basis of experience and or application or CV.

To apply for this role, please refer to the role category in the subject line of your email and send a copy of your CV to capitalprogrecruitment@irishrail.ie by 21st July 2019.

Project Engineers, Telecom

Responsible for ensuring that the telecom design produced meets the specified scope and is delivered in accordance with process and programme in support of the Project Manager. You will manage technical issues to resolution between the design and technical lead departments, including managing the telecom engineering interfaces with other engineering disciplines and ensuring process is followed for design, construction and commissioning readiness reviews.

Salary range: (commensurate with suitable qualifications and experience):Salary on request (plus relocation or non-resident package as applicable)

Requirements

  • Degree in relevant engineering discipline desirable
  • Five plus years railway telecom project experience
  • IRSE licensed Project Engineer or equivalent desirable
  • Understanding of railway project engineering process through design and acceptance, construction, testing and commissioning
  • Understanding of main railway engineering discipline interfaces
  • Ability to resolve technical issues through liaison with separate teams within a project
  • Good communicator
  • Delivery and programme focused
  • Commercial awareness

A competency based interview will form part of the selection processes. Please note that candidates may be shortlisted on the basis of experience and or application or CV.

To apply for this role, please refer to the role category in the subject line of your email and send a copy of your CV to capitalprogrecruitment@irishrail.ie by 21st July 2019.

Project Managers

Working in a railway environment you will be responsible for assisting in delivery of multi-disciplinary Railway Projects to authorised budget, time, quality and scope targets. This involves Project Management of the respective teams, monitoring and reporting to ensure the smooth implementation of projects in accordance with applicable industry standards, regulations and legislation as well as providing professional support relating to management of projects and deputising for the Senior Project Manager, as necessary.

The successful candidates will have responsibility for managing Projects such as the National Train Control Centre (NTCC) Systems, work packages under DART Expansion and other Railway Projects.

Salary range(commensurate with suitable qualifications and experience):€72k - €85k (plus relocation or non-resident package as applicable) 

Requirements

Essential:

  • An Engineering, or Project Management degree
  • Member of Engineers Ireland or other relevant professional body
  • Minimum of 10 years project engineering experience in Railway Systems or similar multi-disciplinary engineering environment
  • Strong leadership, negotiation and interpersonal skills
  • Relevant general management and project management experience for projects of a similar complexity
  • Demonstrable ability to produce and manage budgets of similar projects
  • Availability to work occasional weekend and/or night shifts

Desirable:

  • A good working knowledge of Railway signaling and telecommunications Systems
  • Knowledge of contract drafting, management and law, in particular experience with the Capital Works Management Framework (CWMF) forms of contract
  • Knowledge of Mechanical and Electrical Building services
  • Knowledge of NEC3 Option C Target Cost or equivalent contract management
  • Knowledge of railway infrastructure and railway operations
  • Knowledge of the Construction Regulations
  • Experience and understanding of Safety Assurance processes
  • Demonstrable understanding of good Project Management Procedures

A competency based interview will form part of the selection processes. Please note that candidates may be shortlisted on the basis of experience and or application or CV.

To apply for this role, please refer to the role category in the subject line of your email and send a copy of your CV to capitalprogrecruitment@irishrail.ie by 21st July 2019.

Project Planners

Planning, Scheduling and cost control in project programmes. To enable the timely delivery and effective resource management of projects. Provide professional support and assist with the smooth implementation and monitoring of projects.

Salary range: (commensurate with suitable qualifications and experience):€63k - €75k (plus relocation or non-resident package as applicable)

Requirements

Essential:

  • Planning and Scheduling or Engineering related degree
  • Comprehensive knowledge and experience working on Microsoft Project and Oracle
  • Primavera P6
  • Excellent Knowledge of Planning, Scheduling and Cost Control
  • Excellent understanding of Project Management principles
  • Demonstrated planning management capability appropriate to the role and purpose of the position
  • Proficient in MS Excel and Word
  • Good working knowledge of database management and spreadsheets
  • Ability to assist with the production, monitoring and management of budgets

Desirable:

  • Project Management Professional qualification
  • Experience within an engineering or railway environment
  • Programme Risk Management skills
  • Earned Value Analysis Skills
  • Understanding of project management procedures

A competency based interview will form part of the selection processes. Please note that candidates may be shortlisted on the basis of experience and or application or CV.

To apply for this role, please refer to the role category in the subject line of your email and send a copy of your CV to capitalprogrecruitment@irishrail.ie by 21st July 2019.

Project Planners, Central Planning Manager

To manage the 'Master Schedule' of all project programmes. This role involves overall responsibility for coordinating the Project Planning Management team in all matters related to Planning, Scheduling, Budgeting and Cost Control. Introducing a standard approach to the planning, scheduling, budgeting, cost control and reporting of programmes and interfacing with multidisciplinary task Leaders to produce and maintain plans identifying all key and subsidiary tasks.

Salary range: (commensurate with suitable qualifications and experience):€72k - €80k (plus relocation or non-resident package as applicable)

Requirements

Essential:

  • Comprehensive Knowledge and Experience in Planning and Scheduling and Cost Control with excellent working knowledge of Primavera P6, Microsoft Project, SAP and experience within the rail construction industry
  • Minimum 15 years work experience in Planning and Scheduling and Cost Control
  • Previous experience in developing and administering company-wide resourcing forecasts, budgets and plans, with ability to set clear targets and deliverables within a programme environment
  • Planning and Scheduling or Engineering related degree
  • Excellent understanding of Project Management principles
  • Demonstrated planning management capability appropriate to the role and purpose of the position
  • Proficient in MS Excel and Word
  • Good working knowledge of database management and spreadsheets
  • Ability to assist with the production, monitoring and management of budgets

Desirable:

  • Project Management Professional qualification
  • Experience within an engineering or railway environment
  • Programme Risk Management skills
  • Earned Value Analysis Skills
  • Understanding of project management procedures

A competency based interview will form part of the selection processes. Please note that candidates may be shortlisted on the basis of experience and or application or CV.

To apply for this role, please refer to the role category in the subject line of your email and send a copy of your CV to capitalprogrecruitment@irishrail.ie by 21st July 2019.

Safety Officers or Executives

Working in a railway environment, the role involves providing support to programme and project managers and teams in ensuring that corporate safety policy is followed and involves interfacing with internal and external bodies in relation to your areas of responsibility. Assist in the development of safety files and risk assessments. Assist in the management and monitoring of all aspects of safety within the business unit New Works. Assist management with the smooth implementation of the Safety Management Systems. Monitor implementation and assist with development of safety related training for the business unit. To provide advice and assist with the implementation of arrangements required by safety related legislation.

Salary range: (commensurate with suitable qualifications and experience):€54k - €67k (plus relocation or non-resident package as applicable)

Requirements

Essential:

  • Comprehensive knowledge and understanding of Irish and E.U. Health and Safety legislation including Construction and occupational safety Regulations
  • Working knowledge of occupational safety issues
  • Demonstrated capability appropriate to the role and purpose of the position
  • Experience in safety assessment of contractors and in particular the assessment and production of method statements
  • Experience in construction projects
  • Ability to hold and chair meetings on safety issues
  • Ability to work with staff of different backgrounds as part of a team
  • Ability to liaise with other safety executives and managers
  • Knowledge of the approvals processes
  • Knowledge and experience in Audit processes
  • Demonstrated Safety Management capability appropriate to the role and purpose of the position.

Desirable:

  • Comprehensive knowledge and understanding of Iarnród Éireann operational rules and regulations and instructions
  • Experienced accident or incident investigator
  • Comprehensive knowledge and understanding of Company Standards, Departmental Standards and Railway Standards

A competency based interview will form part of the selection processes. Please note that candidates may be shortlisted on the basis of experience and or application or CV.

To apply for this role, please refer to the role category in the subject line of your email and send a copy of your CV to capitalprogrecruitment@irishrail.ie by 21st July 2019.

Site Supervisors or Resident Engineers

Working in a railway environment to supervise construction works carried out on site and to ensure that the works are carried out in accordance with the project specifications and drawings. Ensure that all construction activities are carried out in accordance with the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work (Construction) Regulations 2013. Ensure that all construction activities are carried out in accordance with the Iarnród Éireann safety policies, procedures and rules.

Salary range: (commensurate with suitable qualifications and experience):€41k - €71k (plus relocation or non-resident package as applicable)

Requirements

Essential:

  • A third level qualification in Civil or Structural Engineering
  • A minimum of seven years’ post qualification experience
  • A minimum three years’ working in contract administration and site supervision
  • Applications also considered where a minimum of 10 years’ experience as a craftsperson or technician or clerk of works in construction or civil engineering can be demonstrated
  • A good working knowledge of Public Works Contracts
  • Full Drivers Licence

A competency based interview will form part of the selection processes. Please note that candidates may be shortlisted on the basis of experience and or application or CV.

To apply for this role, please refer to the role category in the subject line of your email and send a copy of your CV to capitalprogrecruitment@irishrail.ie by 21st July 2019.

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