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DART+ Senior Design and Construction Stage Manager Capital Investment Division – Iarnród Éireann

Location - Inchicore
Salary - €95,478.67 - €98,661.27 (U05 – 3 year scale)

DART+ is a transformative programme of investment which will provide a sustainable, electrified, reliable, frequent rail service significantly increasing capacity on all the rail corridors serving the Greater Dublin Area, through investment in infrastructure and a fleet of new trains.

With the DART+ Programme moving to the Detailed Design and Construction phases, DART+ Coastal requires a Senior Design and Construction Stage Manager to manage the detailed design co-ordination, construction and site access planning and the management of construction supervision.

Responsibilities

Deliver the assigned project to authorised budget, time, quality, and scope by:

  • Management of the DART+ design and construction stage teams, comprising of both internal and external resources, including Project Managers and Assistant Project Managers
  • Delivering in accordance with the Safety Management System
  • Managing safety
  • Achievement of required project safety approvals both internal and external
  • Establishing and managing delivery teams, systems and processes. These processes include for scope development, procurement processes, risk management, budget control, programme control and efficiency
  • Identify, plan to address/deliver, monitor and report on delivery risks and progress parameters (KPI’s)
  • To provide professional support in terms of management of projects undertaken by the Programme Manager
  • The successful candidate will have responsibility for managing projects including but not limited to the DART+ BEMU, Coastal North, Coastal South and other DART+ and Capital Investment Division projects as directed by the Programme Manager
  • To deputize for the Programme Manager, DART+ as necessary

Please note that the above list is not exhaustive. A full job description can be requested from HR Shared Services.

Essential Requirements

  • An Engineering, Construction or Project Management degree or equivalent
  • Member of the Institute of Engineers of Ireland or other relevant professional body
  • Demonstrated Project Management capability appropriate to the role and purpose of the position
  • Demonstrated Safety Management capability appropriate to the role and purpose of the position
  • Strong leadership, negotiation and interpersonal skills
  • Minimum of 15 years’ experience in the management of complex, multi-disciplinary projects in a railway environment

Desirable:

  • A good working knowledge of railway infrastructure and systems;
  • A good working knowledge of applicable contract management and law, in particular experience with the Capital Works Management Framework (CWMF) forms of contract, and other of Contract including FIDIC and NEC;
  • Experience in the delivery of Safety Management Systems such e.g. the Commission for Railway Regulation’s Authorisation for Placing In Service (APIS) process;
  • A good working knowledge of applicable National and European safety, planning and environmental legislation
  • Demonstrable understanding of good Project Management Procedures
  • Experience of production and management of funding applications, e.g. for the National Transport Authority.
  • Experience and knowledge of technical approvals processes for track and signalling

Interview Competencies:

  • Demonstrate project management experience of complex multi-disciplinary projects
  • Demonstrable ability in leadership, planning and organising
  • Established Specialist Knowledge
  • Commercial Awareness
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Safety Awareness

A competency-based interview will form part of this selection process. Candidates may be shortlisted on the basis of their application/CV and relevant experience.

If any applicants have special requirements, please advise Shared Services when forwarding your application.

If you are interested in applying for this role, applications including CV and cover letter should be forwarded to: sharedservicesrecruit@irishrail.ie by 4pm Friday 10th February 2023.

At Iarnród Éireann Irish Rail we are committed to embedding diversity and inclusion in all that we do. This starts with how we recruit people. It is important to us that all individuals feel welcome to join our organisation and we take great care to ensure an even playing field for all.

We will strive to provide reasonable accommodation to all candidates where required and requested.
We are an equal opportunities employer and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, ethnicity, sex, age, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression or disability.

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