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What does a Signalling Project Engineer do?

A Signalling Project Engineer is responsible for the signalling and telecommunications (S&T) systems element of a project and needs to be capable of managing its integration into the railway environment, the role may also involve the management of engineering aspects of projects. Activities may include design, implementation, system assurance, installation and testing and commission activities.

Job roles and responsibilities may vary depending on the employer.

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