Signalling Designer

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Location: Northamptonshire
Salary: £0 per annum
Job Type: Permanent
Date Posted: 5 September 2019
Recruiter: Critical Project Resourcing
An interesting opportunity has arisen to work with an independent railway consultancy. This consultancy is looking for Signalling Designers to join their team in Northamptonshire. You will be working on a large variety of minor signalling projects including station works and depot works. In this role your responsibilities will include preparation and production of railway signalling designs, specifications, reports and working drawings. Also, supporting project engineering and assisting in the preparation of estimates and tender documents.

Qualifications and experience:

- IRSE design licence
- Experience working in railway signalling
- Experience of using appropriate industry standard CAD packages
-  Knowledge of signalling equipment and systems

If you are interested and want to find out more, or want to apply please contact Eve at Critical Project Resourcing on 01732 455300 or email her at eve

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