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Technical Executive

Location Munster, Republic of Ireland
Sector
Job type Permanent
Salary €56195.00 - €57195 per annum
Published 3 months ago
Start date ASAP
Contact Sarah Munnelly
Job ref 1027SO_1614271160

Job description

Staffline Ireland are currently recruiting for a Technical Executive for an exciting position with Irish Rail. The location for this role is Dublin City Centre Dublin/ remote working from home. The succesful person will be providing professional support to the Building & Facilities Maintenance Manager West region in relation to aspects of planned and unplanned maintenance activities and associated tasks in the South West region.(Limerick/Clare/Kerry)

The ideal candidate will provide professional support to the Building & Facilities Maintenance Managers in relation to all aspects of planned and unplanned maintenance activities to all Building and Facility assets and associated tasks.

REPORTING RELATIONSHIPS: REPORTS TO:

  • Building & Facilities NTA Project manager

WORKING RELATIONSHIP WITH:

  • All staff working in the Building and Facilities Projects Department
  • RU Operational Station Management
  • Engineers, Project Managers and technical staff working within New Works, CCE, CME & SET Departments
  • CIE Group property managers and technical staff
  • Contractors, Fabricators and suppliers of goods and services
  • External agencies, including local authorities, NRA, NTA, CRR etc

The Ideal candidate for this role will have the following:

  1. A proven background with 5 years experience in Building Surveying/Architectural/Construction discipline.as a technical support function.
  2. A good working knowledge of Health & Safety issues in a construction/rail environment
  3. Third level Qualification in Building Surveying/Architectural/Construction discipline.
  4. Full Drivers Licence with use of own vehicle.

In addition desirable skills for this role would be:

  1. Experience of designing and delivering building projects
  2. Experience in risk assessment of construction work task
  3. Understanding of safety critical railway environment.

Essential competencies for the role.

  • Competent in computer skills in utilising CAD, Revit or 3D
  • Modelling, Outlook, Excel, Word, MS Project.
  • Have a working knowledge of the Building Regulations, relevant Codes of practice, EU Railway TSI's, Planning & Development Act.
  • Be able to read, understand Construction Safe Systems Of work, Method statements, risk assessments and approve as necessary.
  • Good leadership & communications skills
  • Commercial awareness

Duties and Responsibilities

Safety:

  • Comply with the general duties of Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act
  • Comply with Iarnród Éireann Safety Statement

Engineering:

  • Assist in the continuous improvement of the CCE and Building and
  • Facilities systems and processes under ISO 9001 and ISO 140001.
  • Keep abreast of the latest company and industry standards
  • Preparation of designs,technical specifications and relevant approvals for works under the control of the Building and Facilities NTA Projects Section.

SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES:

Safety:

  • Observe all Iarnród Éireann, Building and Facilities and CCE policies,
  • standards and procedures to facilitate compliance with the Company's
  • Safety Management System in respect of your sphere of influence
  • Ensure robust safety management systems and emergency arrangements
  • are in place for works in the Rail environment.
  • Identify the key risk areas under your control and ensure that contractors,
  • consultants and external agencies comply with relevant company policies,
  • standards and procedures

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