What is a Track Engineer?
A Track Engineer is responsible for providing insight and technical engineering expertise on railway projects and systems, such as traction power, train and traffic signal controls, fare collection and rail vehicles.
What are the typical duties and activities for a Track Engineer?
From employer to employer the job description of a Track Engineer will vary, however typical duties and activities undertaken include:
Design of permanent way solutions for engineering projects in accordance with client requirements
Provide project progress reports and updates to the Track Team Leader and Project Management Team
Document and report site activity ensuring regulations are met
Carry out audits and risk assessments when required
Supervise and set out surveys, installations, stressing and tamping activities
Ensure CRT site assessments are conducted
Skills required to be a successful Track Engineer
To be successful as a Track Engineer, the below skills are important;
Knowledge of transport methods, costs and benefits
Attention to detail
Observation and recording skill
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Working globally with the largest contractors, consultancies, along with many infrastructure owners and operators, we are ideally positioned to work with talented Track Engineers and secure the market's leading Track Engineer opportunities.
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Axel Springer Building
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