Together, Thales people make a difference. We get millions of users to their destinations safely and efficiently, update travellers in real-time and make ticketing and payments simpler and more effective. In New York, Dubai, London and Hong Kong, our technology makes cities more connected.
In the UK, we work on some of the most complex and challenging projects the rail and road networks have to offer. In the past, that has included modernising the signalling on London's Jubilee and Northern Lines, as well as delivering the Manchester Metrolink extension six months ahead of schedule. We are also a key player when it comes to upgrading the nation's signalling infrastructure. In fact, as we work closely with our clients and partners to make the rail network more efficient, we will be implementing advanced technology that has never been used in the UK before.
The opportunity to work with leading-edge solutions on high-profile projects is just part of what makes Thales a great place to work. We also offer competitive salary packages, flexible benefits and a supportive environment in which to develop your rail and engineering knowledge. Perhaps most importantly, we have an exceptional health and safety record in addition to our commitment to technological excellence. That means that, whether you join us in signalling design or systems engineering, you'll be valued as an individual as well as an integral part of an expert team.
Plummer to head RDG Paul Plummer is to succeed Michael Roberts as the chief executive of the Rail Delivery Group (RDG) and the Association of Train Operating Companies (ATOC).
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