We are looking for a Fleet Performance Engineer to join our Rolling Stock business based in Three Bridges, Crawley. You will be responsible for the development of performance indicators to monitor the allocated fleet(s) within Siemens Mobility, analysing all the information available, determine route cause failure, identify opportunities for improving the reliability and performance of the designated fleet(s); maximize fleet performance and reliability.
What are my responsibilities?
- Investigate all in-service delays and casualties for the fleet(s) attributed to Siemens
- Liaise with internal departments and external suppliers in identifying root cause failures for defect systems and components
- Produce detailed KPI reports, tracking and forecasting the performance of the fleet
- Monitor reliability trends in the fleet performance and develop improvement plans and proposals based upon root cause analysis and forecasted improvements
- Undertake any technical investigations as required by the Technical Manager and devise solutions to arising problems identified
- Regular dialogue and meetings with the customer to attribute performance in accordance with the contract
- Identify further opportunities to improve reliability and reduce life cycle costs of the fleet by application of RCM techniques
- Provide mentoring to less experienced team members
What do I need to qualify for the role?
- In depth experience in either rolling stock design, commissioning, maintenance or operational environments
- Experience of train borne IT and knowledge of train control systems
- Experience in a customer facing environment
- Qualified to HNC or degree standard, or relevant equivalent experience
- Expert knowledge of IT systems and applications
- Ability to operate and develop spreadsheets and databases
- Good communication skills both oral and written
- Contract management experience
- Experience of using RCM and continual improvement frameworks
- Experience in developing and monitoring key performance indicators
- Experience of using Rail Attribution Systems (e.g. the Delay Attribution Guide, the Twenty Point Plan, Trust, Bugle)
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We are looking forward to receiving your online application. Please ensure you complete all areas, of the application form, to the best of your ability to help us review your suitability for the role. We will be in contact as soon as possible with an update on your application.
What else do you need to know?
The benefits package for this role includes not only a generous base salary, but an annual bonus. We know that not everyone’s lifestyle is the same, so we operate a flexible benefits scheme where you can tailor your benefits package to suit you.
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Job ID: 118453
Company: Siemens Mobility Limited
Experience Level: not defined
Job Type: Full-time