Maintenance is vital to the smooth running of the UK's rail operations. Working alongside our customers, Bombardier's Service Execution teams have forged a market-leading position in the important area of train life-care and support.
Working in partnership with our customers, train operators and asset owners, we are responsible for the maintenance and safe delivery of trains into service on a daily basis. Operating from our Fleet Maintenance Depots, we can provide total fleet maintenance and take responsibility for all customer requirements, including refuelling, cleaning, depot management, full maintenance requirements and spares provision, fulfilling high standards of availability and reliability.
Our work enables thousands of passengers to safely arrive to their destination every day, all over the UK.
Working in Services Execution, you will make the most intelligent use of energy and materials, while partnering with our suppliers and meeting our customers' demands for optimal safety, reliability, passenger comfort as well as cost efficiency.
By joining our Services Execution track, you will have the opportunity to work in placements in several of our Depot locations in the London area (East Ham, Ilford, Neasden, New Cross Gate, Northumberland Park, Old Oak Common, Seven Kings, etc.). You will complete a two year intensive (IET or IMechE accredited) development programme. During this programme, whilst providing a tangible contribution to the success of the team, you will undertake a series of rotations around our business encompassing the entire product selection, development and service operation lifecycle. Within a climate of innovation that yields value-based solutions, you will also support engineering solutions to meet the customer requirements as part of the safety case and train presentation, support the identification and delivery of reliability improvements and ensure our customer requirements are understood, documented and fulfilled, developed and tested.
At Bombardier, we see trains as more than a mode of transport. Ours is a challenging, innovative, important industry, and we see trains as the future of eco-friendly travel; as outstanding examples of design; and as exceptional feats of engineering. They're also highly complex projects that need brilliant people to bring them to life and keep them running smoothly.
Qualifications and experience requirements
On the job learning is complemented by a modular personal development programme. Supported by a mentor you will work towards gaining a relevant professional qualification.
You will need a minimum 2:1 BEng or a MEng, in automotive, aerospace, mechanical/electrical engineering, maths, physics, chemistry/materials or a manufacturing discipline from courses with product integration and system engineering content.
Candidates must have excellent problem solving skills and a passion for making things happen.
Accepted degree subjects
How to apply
As part of the application process, you will need to answer a series of mandatory questions; please allocate a few minutes in going through them and answering, as they are the first shift out step.
If you have successfully completed your application, a follow up e-mail will come through in a few days, explaining in detail the next steps of the selection process (online test, phone interview, Assessment Center), together with approximate timelines for each.
Closing date: Continuous recruitment
This job listing will no longer be available on Prospects from 11/02/2018