About the role:
- defining the Configuration Management target state requirements and Configuration Management Plan ensuring that these deliver the outcomes required by EWR’s business cases and objectives.
- for alignment of the programme level requirements for Configuration Management with the target state Configuration Management requirements, in partnership with the relevant CS Programme Engineering Manager, Quality Manager and the PMO.
- Responsible for the development, maintenance, and communication of the Configuration Management Plan.
- Responsible for resolving any dependencies between the Configuration Management Plan and other elements of the Enterprise’s Governance.
- Responsible for ensuring the Configuration Management Plan is evaluated and updated on a regular basis, or in response to changing requirements and / or audit findings.
- Responsible for resolving the dependencies for any new / changed configuration items, working in collaboration with the relevant stakeholders as required.
- Responsible for the day-to-day management of the information in the configuration management tool, including registering any new or changed configuration item data (and baselines).
- Responsible for communicating the publication of new configuration item baselines.
- Responsible for assisting / supporting colleagues in awareness of the configuration management requirements associated with EWR Co’s Change Control processes.
- Accountable for working with and supporting their EWR Co colleagues in the maintenance of up-to-date configuration management information, and best practice.
- Responsible for the regular production of configuration management reports (in line with agreed schedules), and in response to ad hoc requests for configuration management information.
- Accountable and responsible for the scheduling, undertaking, and reporting of regular configuration management audits.
- Responsible for assuring the implementation of corrective actions identified from the configuration management audits / assessments.
- Chartered or Incorporated engineer, or equivalent professional experience and training in the field of engineering or the equivalent in a technical and/or scientific discipline.
- You will need to have the necessary level of security clearance and the right to work in the UK.
- Competitive hourly rate
- Stable contract duration
- Opportunity to work on a largescale UK rail infrastructure project