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signal/electrical construction engineer

Location: Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Job ID: R0016094
Date Posted: Mar 28, 2023
Segment: Energy
Business Unit: Hitachi Rail
Company Name: Hitachi Rail STS Australia Pty Ltd
Profession (Job Category): Other
Job Type (Experience Level): Experienced
Job Schedule: Full time
Remote: No

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POSITION:     Signalling/Electrical Construction Engineer Brisbane

If you are looking for a fast track to a satisfying career in a high impact role, this is it. With record-breaking investment in rail infrastructure and networks to support more liveable and sustainable cities and communities across Australia, we’re expanding our team to meet the demands of our growing project portfolio

Long term role – immediate start

Based in Brisbane, you will be part of dynamic, innovative and collaborative team renowned for its world-class thinking and solutions. As Signalling/Electrical Engineer you will be working to execute the ETCS L2 project. You will work closely with the Senior Signalling/Electrical Engineer to ensure all ETCS L2 project is delivered to a high standard.

The key accountabilities of the role include but are not limited to:

  • Execute assignments in the office or the field in signal engineering work and associated railway construction activities
  • Carry out signalling circuit design, preparation of control tables, cost estimates and specifications.
  • Conduct validation checking of safety critical signalling designs as directed
  • Check work of technical staff assigned to the same project in the office or the field
  • Work under supervision. Duties are generally assigned orally as to methods and procedures to be followed
  • Comply with all Heath Safety & Environment (HSE) requirements and initiatives.
  • Support the Senior Signalling/Electrical Engineer and the wider construction team in the execution of the ETCS L2 project.


  • Degree in Signalling and/or Electrical engineering or equivalent engineering qualification which is acceptable for corporate membership of Engineers Australia.
  • 5 + years in Signalling and/or Electrical engineering in a rail environment
  • Demonstrated competency in implementing Health & Safety initiatives.
  • Outstanding planning and organisational skills.
  • Demonstrated experience working within a brownfield railway signalling environment.
  • Knowledge of software tools and technical systems.

Choose to unlock your full POTENTIAL. Apply today.

Employee Benefits

This is a fantastic opportunity to be part of a Global Company that offers a great work life balance, a sociable, fun and collaborative working environment. There are opportunities to upskill and further progress your career with training and development available.

About Hitachi Rail

Hitachi Rail is a fully integrated, global provider of turnkey rail solutions across rolling stock, signalling, operation, service and maintenance, digital technology and turnkey with a presence in 38 countries, across 11 manufacturing sites on three continents and over 13,000 employees. Hitachi Rail is headquartered in London, UK and is ultimately wholly owned by Hitachi Ltd.  Our engineering heritage and culture is rooted in Japan, where our first steam and electric locomotives were built in the early 1920s. We continue to deliver the most current Shinkansen for Japan’s railways and have successfully exported our technology and expertise to multiple rolling stock projects across the globe - from high speed, tram and metro to driverless technologies for passengers and freight.


Hitachi Rail is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to principles of diversity and inclusion. Applications from all nationalities, genders, and cultural backgrounds, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged to apply.

Please note, screening and interviews may take place prior to the advertised close date.

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