Rail jobs

Route Delivery Directors – South East or Wessex Route
£100,000 - £130,000
London Bridge or Waterloo

Engineer, Asset Management
£39,288 - £47,693 p.a. (London) £35,288 - £43,931 per annum (Regional)
Primarily London (other locations considered)

Planning Shift Manager - Engineering
£45,500 pa
Slade Green, Kent

Operation Manager Scotland
circa £56,000

Assistant Train Managers
£28,886 per annum
London (Various Locations)

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Latest news

ORR report shows room for improvement at Network Rail
November 20, 2014

Merseyrail voted Business of the Year
November 19, 2014

Government takes steps towards better accessibility
November 18, 2014

GTR announces new train fleets for Gatwick Express and Thameslink
November 18, 2014

c2c leading from the front on punctuality
November 17, 2014

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Highlights from the current issue

Are you too Open?
How can rail security operations and the bottom-line live together and what are the easy low-cost solutions? Richard Gent gives a US perspective

Franchising: back to basics
The letting of new franchises is becoming normal again. This is welcome, but (as with any activity) it is worth frequently reminding ourselves why we are doing it, says Andrew Meaney

INTERVIEW - Ian Prosser
Ian Prosser, chief inspector of railways and director, railway safety at the ORR, spoke to Dave Songer about the ORR’s drive to better protect the industry’s workforce, the importance of safety from a business perspective and the positive impact of local communities on reducing rail suicide rates

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