As technology advances and new opportunites develop, the need for key personnel becomes increasingly critical. In the new railway environment, specialist skills and experience are essential, where demand always outstrips supply. This demand creates skill shortages resulting in lengthy, costly and sometimes ineffective recruitment processes.
In response, Morson International, the UK's leading technical resourcing consultancy, excels in the effective selection and placement of specialist and safety critical personnel worldwide. Delivered through our dedicated Rail Division, we manage innovative, multi-faceted searches across key technical areas and consider both Railtrack and London Underground to be key clients.
Our nationwide, negotiated supply contracts cover:
Permanent Way Maintenance and Renewal Teams Signalling Installation Teams
Underground Protection Staff
Railtrack RT/12, Technical Agency Personnel
Building on 30 years of experience and an unrivalled track record of success, we offer our clients a genuine competitive advantage in this rapidly developing industry. Working in some of the most technically challenging industries our commitment to quality and safety is paramount. In the safety critical rail environment we liaise closely with Railtrack, Railway Safety, NCCA and the HSE by promoting the latest initiatives. Ensuring the safety of all personnel and the general public is always our first priority.
Emerging technologies demand the utilisation of flexible resourse solutions in a manner that has not existed much. Morson recognise the wealth of experience possessed by our candidate and resident engineers; together we can harness such expertise to meet all of our clients fluctuating demands.
Greater competition needed among UK rail operators Britainís Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has presented a number of possible future reforms that it believes would improve the level of competition within the UKís rail franchising model.
NTAR - Setting the standard A training academy which sees itself playing a pivotal role in finally grasping the rail industryís skills challenge is set to open in October.