Rail jobs

TSGN Performance Manager
Salary c.£50k – c.£57k (dependant on experience & performance) + up to £25k allowance* *This would be available for exceptional candidates and would be non-pensionable and performance-related
Central London

Senior Operations Team Manager
Salary c.£60k – c.£70k (dependant on experience & performance) + up to £30k allowance* *This would be available for exceptional candidates and would be non-pensionable and performance-related
Central London

Performance Regimes Manager
Salary c.£50k – c.£57k (dependant on experience & performance) + up to £25k allowance* *This would be available for exceptional candidates and would be non-pensionable and performance-related
Central London

Senior Performance Manager
Salary c.£60k – c.£70k (dependant on experience & performance) + up to £30k allowance* *This would be available for exceptional candidates and would be non-pensionable and performance-related
Central London

Specification Manager
Salary c.£50k – c.£57k (dependant on experience & performance) + up to £25k allowance* *This would be available for exceptional candidates and would be non-pensionable and performance-related
Central London

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Increasing passenger spend through omni-channel retailing
Compared to the airline industry, rail operators’ ability to enhance the passenger experience and drive ancillary revenues is still lagging, says Thomas Drohan

High UK satisfaction in the Eurobarometer survey
Held shortly after the European elections, the European Mobility conference was the ideal opportunity for public transport professionals from across the continent to take a strategic look at the issues affecting the sector

The Track Safety Alliance on sending everyone home safe, every day
The Track Safety Alliance has recognised that engaging with its members and driving regular change is key to its mission to ‘send everyone home safe, every day’.

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