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Principal/Senior Manager, Operations

Apply now Agency: Land Transport Authority
Job no.: 3000726
Work type: Permanent/Contract
Location: Singapore
Categories: Engineering

As part of LTA bridging the design/construction phase and the Operations & Maintenance (O&M) phase of the asset lifecycle, you will collaborate closely with the Public Transport Operators (PTOs) and obtain their input on O&M matters which will be feedback to the design divisions to improve/enhance the designs and operations of future Rapid Transit System (RTS).

You will participate in rail incidents investigations and provide operational advice and recommendations to improve the RTS lines.

You will monitor, review and compile statistical data on daily operation performance of the PTOs and ensure their compliance with all operations performance requirements.

Your scopes include reviewing and make recommendations to:
• The operations procedures for Operations Control Centre, Depot Control Centre, depot, train (include engineering consists) and stations to ensure safe, reliable and effective train operations;
• Emergency operations and contingency plans and continuous assessment of their sufficiency and effectiveness;
• Track access procedures to ensure safe and effective protection to staff, contractors and commuters.

Requirements:

• Tertiary qualification in Mechanical/ Electrical/ Electronics/ Computer Engineering and preferably a Member of Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport or relevant Engineering Institute
• At least 15 years of working experience in public transport / railway operations with at least 5 years working at management level
• At least 10 years of experience in direct management of Operation Control Centre of large integrate systems would also be considered
• Good written, communication and presentation skills
• Good management, organisation and interpersonal skill
• Good analytical and problem-solving abilities

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