Engineering Internship 2022

Location Dublin
Discipline: Emerging Talent
Job type: New Position
Salary: €24,429
Contact name: Keefe

Contact email: recruitment@buseireann.ie
Job ref: 000561
Published: 3 months ago
Expiry date: 03 Jun 2022 11:59
Start date: 04/07/22

Bus Éireann is Irelands largest national public transport operator, delivering regional, city, town, intercity and schools transport services. Deploying a fleet of over 1,100 buses and coaches each day, Bus Éireann provides vital connectivity services across a nationwide network of routes.  As part of its commitment to contribute to the national energy targets and In collaboration with the NTA, Department of Transport and other key stakeholders, the company is entering a 10 year phase of transition from operating traditional diesel engined fleet vehicles to new zero and low emission alternative technologies, focused on plug-in electric hybrid, full electric and hydrogen fuel cell vehicles.  A number of initial key zero and low emissions fleet deployment projects commenced in 2021.

 

Join the team to be part of these exciting projects.

 

Engineering – Alternative Fleet Technology Support

  • Assessment and identification of optimum vehicle on-board data inputs/outputs for developing a strategic logistics fleet management and operational planning system
  • Monitoring and analysis of output performance data from alternative fuel technology vehicles
  • Research and assessment of market ready solutions for monitoring and managing alternative technology fleets in service
  • Modelling of alternative fleet energy performance scenarios
  • Gap analysis of performance management outputs on such systems and identification of solutions to optimise output requirements for Bus Éireann’s engineering and operations divisions
  • Work will involve liaising with vehicles and systems suppliers on specific vehicle data streams, technology and systems architecture
  • Providing engineering expertise and technical knowledge to the project delivery team and key stakeholders

Engineering – Alternative Fleet Infrastructure Support

  • Identification and modelling of future fleet charging and fuelling infrastructure transition requirements across Bus Éireann’s national network of bus garages, depots and stations
  • Investigate and assess opportunities for consolidating future multi-fuel and charging infrastructure requirements across Bus Éireann’s national network
  • Development of a strategic timeline for Bus Éireann site upgrades based on transition phases between technologies at each site
  • Monitoring and analytics of energy related data from initial phases of infrastructure deployment
  • Research and assessment of charging infrastructure solutions to support the project delivery team
  • Work will involve liaising with energy suppliers and infrastructure  systems suppliers on specific energy supply data streams, technology and systems architecture
  • Providing engineering expertise and technical knowledge to the project delivery team and key stakeholders