Engineer Power & Systems
Engineers within the Power and Systems department are required to develop a wide range of skills covering many highly specialised systems. The engineers must have an in-depth knowledge of the technology underpinning each system and be able to design, specify, test and commission the systems, and to manage teams of specialised contractors. The engineers must keep abreast of the latest technology advances and be able to support the maintenance and repair of legacy systems already installed.
The primary role is to provide engineering support for the traction, signalling, electronic control and communication systems for existing and new Luas and Metro lines.
The successful candidate will be required to demonstrate the key competencies for a Grade II position as identified in the Competency Directory on the HR section of the intranet, as well as the following job-specific requirements:
- A third level qualification (HETAC Level 7 or higher) in electrical/electronic engineering or similar.
- 5 years’ minimum experience of relevant traction or electronic control and communication systems, ideally in a rail transport environment.
- Experience in construction contract and project management.
To apply for, or to locate further information on, these posts please visit our website: www.tii.ie/
The closing date for applications is 12pm (noon) Friday, 7th June, 2019
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