Signalling Engineer Jobs

How to Enter

To become a Signalling Engineer, many New Zealand employers will expect you to have a Bachelor of Engineering degree, specialising in Electrical, Electronic, Mechanical or Mechatronics.

 

Typical Responsibilities

The typical responsibilities of a Signalling Engineer can include all or some of the following:

  • Designing rail signalling assets such as signals, track circuits, train detection systems etc.
  • Upgrading existing rail signalling networks, systems and equipment
  • Designing automated rail signal and control systems
  • Using CAD to create models of rail designs
  • Ensuring all work is completed to regulatory and Health & Safety standards
  • Training and managing other Rail industry staff

Progression

Many Signalling Engineers go on to become experts and specialists within this field. However, other options include moving into other areas of Engineering or the Rail and Transportation industry.

 

Salary Range

50K – 92K per annum (NZD)

 

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Wellington

Physical Address:
Level 4, Aviation House
12 Johnston Street
Wellington 6011
New Zealand

Postal Address:
PO Box 5555,
Wellington 6140

Tel: +64 4 499 8800
Fax: +64 4 499 0955

reception@roblawmax.co.nz

 

Auckland

Physical Address:
Generator, Level 1
Stanbeth House
28 Customs St East
Auckland 1010
New Zealand

Tel: +64 9 951 5011

Christchurch

Physical Address:
Level 1, Kensington House
185 Manchester Street
Christchurch, 8011
New Zealand

Tel: 0800 868 436

 

Brisbane, Australia

Physical Address:
Office T43
477 Boundary Street
Springhill
Brisbane
QLD 4000
Australia
Tel: +61 7 3085 7427

 

London, United Kingdom

344-354 Grays Inns Road
London
WC1X 8BP
United Kingdom

Tel: +44 20 3934 6389