Rail Telecoms Design Engineer

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Location: London, Greater London, England
Salary: Negotiable
Job Type: Temporary / Contract
Date Posted: 23 May 2018
Recruiter: Resourcing Solutions

Seeking experienced Senior Railway Telecoms Design engineers in a number of locations throughout the UK.

Must have extensive design experience in railway telecommunications systems including FTN, GSMR, concentrators, SPTs, PETs, transmission, fibre and copper networks.

Duties include;
Delivery of Fixed Telecoms engineering designs / activities to the agreed time, cost, quality, safety and performance requirements.
Lead Fixed Telecoms engineering tasks to deliver system development and implementation, including sub-contractors where applicable.
Produce Fixed Telecoms engineering technical and Health and Safety documentation deliverables to meet project requirements.

You will have acted as a design contractors responsible engineer CRE for railway telecommunications projects in the past.

Contract positions long term.

£Market rate.

For more information please contact Sam Mayo on 01189241642 or send cv to Smayo@resourcing-solutions.com

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