Network Rail / Highways England – Integration Manager – Birmingham

An attractive long term contract opportunity has just opened up on a high profile rail project in Birmingham.

Job Role
The NR/HE Integration Manager supports the Head of Route Engineering and work closely with the Senior Stakeholder Manager (Technical) to ensure robust design of the interfaces with other significant infrastructure including Highways England (HE) and Network Rail (NR). They lead design activities in conjunction with stakeholders ensuring these are delivered to meet the programme and manage / coordinate the infrastructure design across area teams. The NR/HE Integration Manager chairs stakeholder meetings supporting negotiation, reporting and contract processes with NR/HE as well as other local authorities and other relevant project partners.

Accountabilities
Manage and coordinate the delivery of all highways and classic rail related works across the areas teams, ensuring that their interdependencies are incorporated.
Support negotiation, reporting and contract processes with NR/HE, local authorities and other relevant project partners through working in close conjunction with the Senior Engagement Manager (Technical).
Chair regular meetings with NR/HE to monitor the progress of the project(s) and work that needs to be completed.

Desired Skills and Experience

Degree in Civil or Mechanical Engineering.
Chartered engineer (or equivalent relevant experience).

Ability to carry out robust independent checks on a wide variety of designs and produce, interpret and assess specifications, standards and technical reports.

Ability to resolve complex design problems, demonstrating a tenacious approach to tackling problems whilst maintaining attention to detail.

Track record of working within utilities projects with multiple stakeholders.
Ability to establish and maintain strong working relationships with a range of multidisciplinary

stakeholders, demonstrating excellent influencing skills.
Ability to communicate, engage and influence a variety of external stakeholders at public forums.

Please contact Matt Roberts on 01275390600 or email matt.roberts@matrax.co.uk