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Consultant Engineer

Various departments
Based at
University of York and other locations
Hours of work
Contract status
Around 25,000 a year
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Role Description

York EMC Services vacancy:

Due to expansion applications are invited for the post of Consultant Engineer. We are looking for an electronics/electrical engineering or physics/applied physics graduate who wishes to develop a career in the regulatory compliance industry, specialising in rail. The role involves project managing and undertaking consultancy/research projects on behalf of clients in the UK and worldwide. Tasks include preparing compliance management plans/documentation and risk assessments in conjunction with the client and sub-contractors. Based in York, there will be the occasional opportunity to travel abroad on business. There is also the opportunity to contribute to our delivery of CPD training courses.

Previous examples of projects and clients include Crossrail, Thameslink, London Underground, Government agencies and Doha Metro.

The successful candidate will have: Excellent personal organisation and time management skills; a proactive approach; experience of project management and ownership; a desire to progress to Chartered Engineer status.

This is a superb opportunity for a candidate with good written and verbal communication skills to become fully involved in a growing company.  For an informal talk about the post please call the Consultancy Manager on 01904 324440.

Applications in strict confidence, with covering letter and enclosing a current CV (quoting reference YES/CE01), by either e-mail to No agencies.

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