Construction Manager E&P - Rail Construction

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We have set out to be the market leader in technology and connectivity integration across UK infrastructure.

We will draw upon our core values and out-perform others, delivering excellence through customer responsiveness, collaboration, and innovation.

In doing so we will create a sustainable future for our people and our customers, reshaping and influencing the industries we operate in.

Working in partnership without customer we intend to achieve the extraordinary.



As part of the Construction discipline, you will be a key element in ultimately delivering complex solutions in a demanding and dynamic engineering environment. The E&P team forms an essential part of this Construction function, along with telecommunications, giving a full turnkey solution to the customer. Construction functions complement in house design and project functions to develop the highest quality and efficient engineering solutions and are expected within the industry. To be successful as part of this team you will need an excellent underlying engineering base onto which you will be expected to add bespoke industry expertise and further technical knowledge.

Linbrooke Services have an exciting opportunity for a driven and dynamic Construction Manager E&P to join our Construction Telecoms E&P department within the Rail division. As a Construction Manager, you will be responsible for the line management of the Construction E&P team, sub-contractors and suppliers, ensuring the safe and efficient delivery of works agreed within the programme. You will be responsible for the implementation of continuous improvement initiatives and managing the calibration of specialist installation equipment. Undertaking site inspections and audits, you will verify the effectiveness of work processes and quality of works whilst proactively identify a forecasted resource, liaise with the training manager to ensure projects are suitably resourced with competent staff. Acting as a responsible manager you will undertake staff appraisals and provide input to business investigations as required. A successful candidate will actively participate in reviews of construction risks and ensure that mitigations are correctly recognised in line with the Common Safety Method and CDM regulations. You will ensure the requirements of Linbrooke Services HSEQ policies and the Health & Safety at Work Act are adhered to and encouraged at all times.


• Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal
• Excellent team member with organisational and time management skills
• IT literate
• Driving licence
• Excellent knowledge of aspects of E&P engineering as applied to railway environments
• An understanding and appreciation of the CDM regulations.
• An understanding and appreciation of applicable NR standards.
• Practical experience and appreciation of system design, development of system design, safety concepts and associated decision making as applied to railway telecommunications
• Responsible manager course
• Appropriate management training
• CDM regulations training
• 18th edition


• Corporate membership of appropriate railway engineering associations.
• Level 3 training in a specific discipline
• Investigation, incident and interview training course
• 5-8 years’ experience in rail electrical engineering





All employees must be able to speak the English language with fluency with good oral and written skills. Fluency relates to a person's language proficiency and their ability to speak with confidence and accuracy, using accurate sentence structures and vocabulary. For those whose first language is a signed language, all reasonable adjustments will be made.

Comply at all times with the requirements of Linbrooke Services’ HSEQ policies and in accordance with the Health & Safety at Work Act. Delivery of all work in accordance with Linbrooke Services’ quality procedures and customer standards and specifications. Support the business during quality audits and demonstrate compliance.


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