Rail jobs

Strategic Planner
Up to £35,000
Manchester or Birmingham

Network Change Coordinator
Up to c. £35,000
Manchester or Birmingham

Strategic Planner
Up to £35,000
Manchester or Birmingham

Train Planner
£32,346 pa
Swiss Cottage, London, Overground House

Operations Supervisor
£38,000 pa
Chingford

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Interview - Peter Wilkinson

Peter Wilkinson, managing director of Passenger Services, a section of the DfT’s Rail Executive, spoke to Lorna Slade about his new position and what he hopes to achieve, and why he wants to get away from the word ‘franchising’

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Highlights from the current issue

Improving diesel efficiency
Diesels will be with us for a long time to come and they need to be better says Shane McCauley, who looks at how this can be achieved in such a highly fragmented environment

Embracing the customer experience ethos
The rail industry should be concerned about the decline in customer satisfaction because it has the potential to affect business performance in a number of significant ways, says Jo Causon

Avoiding the politics
Will this golden age of rail continue asks John Horgan, who points to a belief across business that political uncertainty could hold back transformation progress

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