MTA Metro North Railroad is seeking an Assistant Director Signals for the Deputy Chief Engineering C&S Department. This is a full-time position with an annual salary range of $88,132.00-$132,198.00.
The purpose of this position is to support the Asst Deputy Director – Signal Projects in all aspects of an economical and efficient installation and revision to wayside signal infrastructure on the Hudson, Harlem, New Haven and West of Hudson line territories. Provide project management, project coordination and material management for all wayside signal projects and programs.
Provide Project Management for wayside capital projects including cab signal systems, interlockings, grade crossings, CTC, SCADA, and PTC.
Responsibilities include management of consultants and contractors, coordination and development of Bills of Material, and ordering material.
Reviews plans and project documents and prepare material procurement requests through People Soft System for signal capital projects.
Follow-up and support the procurement process through People Soft System.
Manage and support signal projects through close coordination between the railroads Force Account personnel, contractors, vendors, Metro-North Procurement and consultants.
Provide material and project planning functions to ensure that material procurements are synchronized to be on hand at the commencement of the force account work or consistent with project schedules.
Interfaces with vendors/consultants/contractors regarding project issues, e.g. designs, schedules, submittal reviews, and component parts.
Provide all require documentation for the procurement and deployment of material and components.
Manage and assist in the preparation of specifications for signal systems and components.
Represents Signal Department on consultant and vendor selection committees and acts as consultant during manufacture of any required items.
Responsible for project planning, strategy, administration budget and schedule coordinating.
Responsible for coordinating material blanket contracts with Procurement Department.
Provide support services for ongoing and future capital programs.
Provide a lead in supporting Metro-North Safety Program through the execution of required activities and policies associated with personnel working along or on the railroad right-of-way and other locations.
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