Based at Eurostar's Depot at Temple Mills, London, Siemens Mobility are recruiting for a Technical Engineer to provide technical engineering capability at the local depot level. The Technical Engineer role includes; generating solutions for identified technical issues and customer variation enquiries, providing up to date maintenance instructions by responding to technical documentation enquiries and provide technical guidance to the depot production teams. The Technical Engineer will also undertake mentoring and coaching of maintenance technicians within the team.What are my Responsibilities?
What Qualifications and Experience do I need?
- Complete engineering issues and tasks allocated through the Technical Issues database.
- Support discussions with suppliers as required to exchange technical failure information and potential solutions.
- Develop and document solutions to address and improve safety, reliability and availability.
- Develop solutions to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of maintenance via review and update of Vehicle Maintenance Instructions (VMIs) and Procedures (VMPs).
- Develop cost effective solutions in line with relevant national and railway industry safety standards.
- Support the production of change control documentation for trials and modifications to implement solutions and eradicate technical problems identified.
- Liaise with production to feedback and cascade knowledge to the production teams.
- Liaise with the training department to develop training material and deliver training where applicable.
- Assist other team members with the development of technical skills through coaching.
- Participate in regular reviews with customer representatives and support them in their business objectives.
- Collaboration with the customer to explore opportunities for mutual benefit.
- Develop a relationship with the customer that provides a stable foundation for future business opportunities.
- ONC / HNC qualification in electrical or mechanical engineering experience in a railway / rolling stock environment
- Knowledge of railway maintenance techniques and procedures.
- Demonstrate railway systems knowledge including reading mechanical and electrical drawings, systematic fault finding and problem identification.
- Ability to analyze train borne event and fault diagnostic systems
- Good knowledge of IT systems and software
- Excellent communication skills both written and oral
- Excellent organisational and planning skills
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The benefits package for this role includes not only a generous base salary, but an annual bonus. We know that not everyone's lifestyle is the same, so we operate a flexible benefits scheme where you can tailor your benefits package to suit you.
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