Engineering Manager

Location York
Job-type Permanent
Salary £60000 - 65000 per year car or car allowance
Contact Natasha Higgins
Call 07814 890976
Reference 12094252NH

Engineering Manager


£60,000 - £65,000 + bonus + car allowance/company car

Are you an Engineering manager seeking a position which will provide you with the autonomy to take the reins and oversee a huge portfolio of enhancements works which are live and ready to go? Perhaps you’ve maximised your capabilities at your current company and feel ready to join a successful and expanding Tier 1 where you can take on an abundance of work? Then keep reading!

The Role

Reporting into the Head of Engineering, you will be leading a thriving team as a key player in increasing the Engineering competency and capability on rail projects across this company’s Eastern Enhancements and Access for All frameworks. Acting as CEM, you will support the project teams in delivering the business plan by providing technical expertise and mentoring within the company’s core disciplines.

This is a predominantly office-based position which will give you the opportunity to showcase innovative thinking and bring challenge to the design process whilst supporting the construction staff throughout the planning and construction phases of projects.

Day to day you can expect to discharge the duties of CEM in accordance with NR/L2/INI/02009, engage with the Project Team to provide support as required throughout the design cycle, ensure adequate CRE competencies are allocated to schemes in all relevant disciplines, act as lead reviewer during readiness review, and ensure AFC deliverables have undergone adequate review for buildability and risk management.

This position is the chance to utilise your talents in strategic thinking and communication to consistently deliver excellence at design stage ensuring you will be recognised for your efforts with a flourishing career.

The Company

As one of the UK’s fastest growing contractors, you can be assured to be joining a company saturated with success. Winning contractual awards and industry awards year upon year, the turnover in the business is ever increasing and thanking their employees with exceptional career opportunities and rewards is one of the ways they epitomize their values.

With divisions in both Rail and Construction, the company’s workload stretches across the UK and includes huge schemes for Network rail as well as an extensive portfolio of large civil engineering projects so you can be assured that you’ll always have a busy workload to get your teeth gripped into.


For this position, the company is offering a basic salary of £60,000 to £65,000 per annum, the choice of a company car or car allowance, 26 days holiday + bank holidays with two optional charity days and the option to buy more holidays, funding and support with professional memberships, Pension, Life assurance and an Agile working policy.

About you

If you want to hit the ground running in this role, it is essential that you’re a technically qualified Civil, Electrical or Mechanical engineer acting as either an Engineering Manager or Network rail Senior Project Engineer/Designate Project Engineer (DPE).

Your portfolio will consist of multi-disciplined rail projects, and you will have ideally worked on station enhancement works.

Communication is key in this role, so you’ll be somebody able to build close working relationships and able to work harmoniously with others. An ambitious individual, eager to maximise their professional capabilities will be ideal to match the culture of this company and fulfil your career goals.

You can either apply directly or email your CV to Following your application shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an initial telephone interview.

Ganymede is committed to creating a diverse workforce and is an equal opportunities employer. We welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of age, disability, gender, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex, and sexual orientation