ENSCO Inc. is a leading supplier of cutting-edge railway track measurement and imaging systems that are used to inspect railroad track to ensure safety and efficient operations. ENSCO’s Applied Technology & Engineering (ATE) division has an immediate need for a Technical Manager (TM) to support its Automated Track Inspection Program (ATIP). Under ATIP, ENSCO operates and maintains a fleet of rail cars for the Federal Railroad Administration. These cars employ ENSCO’s systems to assess the condition of the nation’s railroad network and ensure compliance with applicable track safety standards.The Technical Manager is responsible for oversight of all aspects of the data collection, analysis, reporting, and storage systems employed in the program. These aspects include design, fabrication, testing, installation, maintenance, and upgrade of onboard measurement equipment and office data management systems; configuration and documentation control; operator training and technical support; compliance with applicable federal IT security controls; ad hoc data analysis and reporting; and management of special projects; and creation of procedures. The Technical Manager routinely interfaces with ATE division engineering and production personnel and ATIP operations, maintenance, quality assurance, and administrative personnel in the fulfillment of these responsibilities. The TM supervises dedicated ATIP technical support personnel and reports to the program manager. Hands-on field work requiring approximately 25% travel to railroad sites throughout the U.S. is expected. The ideal candidate will also possesses experience in the rail industry. This position can work out of Springfield, VA, Chambersburg, PA or Charlottesville, VA office.
Qualifications Required (Skills)
Employment Status: Regular Full-time
General Education/Years of Experience: BS or equiv; min 7 yrs related exp
U.S. Citizenship: No
Background Check Type: 7 year
Drug Screen Type: Pre-employment Drug and Random Alcohol and Drug
Export Control and Licensing
This position may involve access to technology or technical data that is controlled under U.S. export control laws and regulations and the release of which to a foreign national may require an export license from the U.S. Government.
Recruiter: Judi VanDerWesthuizen
ENSCO’s ATE Division is recognized globally as a leading provider of railway infrastructure inspection technology. Our products and services are provided to governments and railways in more than 12 countries on five continents. ENSCO work helps prevent train derailments and has a significant impact on the protection of human life, the environment and the economy.Our team of more than 145 staff supports leading-edge technology projects in many exciting areas:
ENSCO’s ATE Division is an exciting place to work and grow with many key benefits for technical staff, including:
Working in ENSCO’s Rail Division provides a means to acquire a wide range of practical skills and experience in a short period of time, work on exciting and ground-breaking technology projects that impact transportation safety and offers domestic and international travel opportunities if desired.
ENSCO provides a stimulating, collaborative, multi-discipline environment with coworkers from diverse technical and cultural backgrounds working together to make the world a safer place. Come join a stable and growing company and experience the reward of seeing the results of your work make a real impact on solving some of the world’s most challenging problems.
Strength in Diversity
ENSCO, Inc. and its wholly owned U.S. subsidiaries are equal opportunity/affirmative action employers, committed to diversity in the workplace. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status, or any other protected characteristic under state or local law.