Tuesday 25 Jun 2019
Exciting opportunities in Hampshire and Dorset to start a career in rail with Network Rail
- Region & Route:
Network Rail are seeking new recruits in Hampshire and Dorset to embark on an exciting, rewarding career in the rail industry and make a difference every day to the millions of passengers who use the south western rail network each year.
The Wessex route- one of the busiest routes in the country, which takes in all or part of the counties of Surrey, Berkshire, Hampshire, Dorset, Somerset and Wiltshire- has a number of fantastic opportunities at depots in Eastleigh, Bournemouth, Basingstoke and Havant, offering people the chance to become part of our dedicated and talented team.
Jason Bridges, service delivery transformation director for Network Rail’s Wessex route, said:
“The people working for Network Rail on the Wessex route are our greatest asset, and are key to providing a safe and reliable railway for our passengers every day.
“We have fantastic opportunities across the region to join our team where you can develop your skills and build a rewarding career in the rail industry.
“With a £2 billion programme of investment being delivered on the Wessex route in the coming five years, there’s never been a better time to join Network Rail and play a part in keeping Britain moving."
The vacancies are dynamic and varied frontline operative roles, where you will work as part of a team, carrying out general maintenance work to revitalise Britain’s rail infrastructure and make a difference to the millions of people who use the network each year.
There are also vacancies further across the region, based at: Waterloo, Clapham, Wimbledon, Feltham, Raynes Park, Surbiton, Woking, Guildford, Yeovil & Salisbury.
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