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Fleet Support Engineer Central Line Retraction Project

Location: London, ENG, GB

Fleet Support Engineer Central Line Retraction Project-TWMA-UKLD01990804

Description

At Bombardier Transportation, our trains and rail solutions move millions of people safely and reliably around the world, every single day. Join us, and you’ll be part of a global team, sharing knowledge, experience and ideas across countries and cultures, and boosting our reputation as a global leader in rail technology. Your work will have a truly human impact, connecting communities, cities and businesses, and helping people to get where they need to be. It’s all about progress.

If you’re ambitious, driven and team-spirited, this is your opportunity to build a career as a

About the role:

Purpose of the job (explain in a few sentences the primary purpose of this position and its major objectives; it may help to fill out the key responsibilities first)

The FSE Central Line Retraction Project (CLRT) applies electrical and mechanical theory and knowledge to test, repair, and modify vehicles and equipment. The FSE CLRT Engineer shall conduct deep troubleshooting of systems and equipment to identify root cause of failures and integration and identify/define containment and/or a sustainable solution, with support of core product engineers. The FSE CLRT I Engineer shall analyse performance data from instrumentation and Bombardier tools such as Maximo & Orbita to promptly isolate source of issues and defects. The FSE CLRT Engineer shall ensure that safety is enforced in all steps leading toward solution and during execution.

Key responsibilities

Diagnoses of electrical or mechanical malfunction or failure of operational equipment and recommends preventative and corrective maintenance, including associated documentation, and prepares specifications for materials, equipment components and processes. Analyses, develops, tests and demonstrates engineering solutions that solve complex requirements

·To conduct investigation and data based analyses based on BT approved tools (e.g.: Maximo, Orbita) 40 %

Instructs and directs the customer’s technicians in maintenance and performance of systems. provides technical expertise in support of other departments and less experienced engineering personnel. 20 %

Develops technical solutions with the involvement of depot staff, customers and suppliers 20%

Manages technical investigations, fault finding, root cause analysis, design scrutiny and modifications. 10%

Assures that the vehicle level performance is achieved for the Project by proactive interaction with other functions. 10%

Qualifications

Qualifications & Functional Knowledge

Education & Experience
• Engineering degree
Relevant experience required (i.e. directly linked to the requirements of the position/role)
• Typically minimum 3-5 years relevant experience

Specialized or cross-functional knowledge / relevant experience required by the position/role

• Rail Industry background would be an advantage – however, determination, focus and application are key•

About Bombardier Transportation

Bombardier Transportation is a global mobility solution provider leading the way with the rail industry’s broadest portfolio. It covers the full spectrum of solutions, ranging from trains to sub-systems and signalling to complete turnkey transport systems, e-mobility technology and data-driven maintenance services. Combining technology and performance with empathy, Bombardier Transportation continuously breaks new ground in sustainable mobility by providing integrated solutions that create substantial benefits for operators, passengers and the environment. Headquartered in Berlin, Germany, Bombardier Transportation employs around 39,850 people and its products and services operate in over 60 countries.

Job: Fleet Control
Primary Location: GB-ENG-London
Other Locations:GB-ENG-London - Neasden
Organization: Transportation
Schedule: Full-time
Employee Status: Regular


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