Our client, a leading multi-disciplinary consultants, are currently seeking an Associate Director, Rail Advisory to work within a multidisciplinary advisory team delivering a portfolio of transport projects.
You will lead rail advisory services in the north of England, and will complement the firm’s wider advisory services working with and leading multi-disciplinary teams.
The successful candidate will be a commercially aware strategic rail professional with sound technical knowledge. This is an exciting opportunity to help develop and define a rail advisory offering based in the north of England.
You will be responsible for –
- Building and strengthening our rail advisory capability in the north of England. The advisory services offered will typically encompass technical, financial and operational aspects.
- Designing and delivering advisory service offerings, inspiring sustainable improvements to people, process and technologies.
- Develop and build strong client relationships with the likes of Network Rail, TfN, TfGM, PTE’s and train operators.
- Manage projects, commercials and multidisciplinary teams.
Essential Skills and Knowledge –
- A deep understanding of the rail industry and advisory market, and a wider knowledge of the key issues and opportunities facing transportation in the UK.
- A strong and established rail and transportation based client network.
- Strong links to key institutions and other transport related bodies such as DfT, ORR, TfL, TfN, TfGM and Passenger Transport Executives.
- Demonstrable discipline and leadership expertise in some of the following areas:
- asset management including assessment of rail renewal programmes;
- business cases and strategic rail planning
- rail regulatory frameworks, including industry reports and strategic business plans
- technology, including the digital railway (ETCS)
- Experience could have been gained in rail consulting or the rail industry.
To apply or find out more information, please email an updated CV to [email protected] quoting 3510 in the subject line.