Commercial, Technical and Contract Manager roles in Rail Commercial
Employer: Department for Transport
Salary: As stated in description
Location: London based
Closing date: 18th July 2012
Position advertised by: Department for Transport
Help deliver the vision for rail
The Department for Transport is an equal opportunities employer. We value diversity and wantour workforce to reflect the communities that we serve.
Commercial and Technical Roles in Rail Commercial
Fares & Passenger Benefits Advisors
Performance Regimes AnalystPay
Band 5 salary range: £36,080 - £42,240 pa depending on experience
Contract Manager Roles in Rail Commercial
Pay Band 4 salary range: £30,287 - £34,710 pa depending on experience
The Department for Transport’s vision is for a transport system that is anengine for economic growth, but one that is also greener, safer andimproves quality of life in our communities. We provide leadershipacross the transport sector, working with regional, local and privatesector partners to achieve our objectives.
We’re recruiting for Commercial and Contract Managers in Rail Commercial.Commercial Managers should have strong analytical skills to fullyevaluate and challenge commercial proposals in order to identify risksand achieve best value for money. Contract Managers should have anawareness of the commercial environment and the ability to apply alegal framework to problem solving and compliance monitoring toensure the delivery of obligations across multiple contracts. Both roleswork closely with senior managers within the DfT and train operatingcompanies, therefore strong communication skills along with the abilityto build relationships quickly are essential. We welcome applicants whohave worked in sectors with an emphasis on delivery. Knowledge of thetransport sector is desirable, but not essential.
Fares & Passenger Benefits Advisors will provide expert advice on, and contribute to, managing DfT responsibilities regarding fares & ticketingregimes. You’ll also contribute to the development of policy, will have strong communication and analytical skills, and ideally knowledge ofthe fares & ticketing regimes. The Performance Regimes Analyst will be responsible for managing the TOC performance regime system andcontributing to the wider monitoring and analysis of performance.Previous relevant railway industry experience would be an advantagefor both these technical roles.
To apply online, please visit www.civilservice.gov.uk/jobs and findthese vacancies under ‘Department for Transport’. If you have anyfurther queries please contact our Shared Service Centre on0844 892 0343 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note we do not accept CVs in lieu of a fully completedapplication form.
Closing date: Wednesday 18th July 2012.London based – SW1 (some overnight travel may be required)