Use our Advanced Rail Job Search to target the job you are looking for.
You can search for jobs with the boolean search options, see below, the additional search fields, see below, or a combination of the two. Try to use only one or two of the additional fields as using too many may narrow down your search too much and result in a very small number of suitable jobs being found.
Our boolean search enables you to target the jobs you are looking for, see the table below:
|Use||To Search For||Example|
|AND||Both words within the job description||signal AND designer|
|OR||Either word within the job description||signal OR designer|
|AND NOT||First word only, not the second||signal AND NOT designer|
|*||Words with the same prefix||Signal* = signalling, signaller etc.|
If you are searching for a job outside the UK select Worldwide or Europe as applicable. Within the UK you can narrow down the results to a region or city. For example choosing 'England / South East All' will match jobs in East Sussex, Essex, Greater London, Kent, Surrey and West Sussex.
To search jobs by company select the company interested in from the pull down list. You must include keywords as part of the search.
Technical - Office based positions i.e. Project Manager, Electrification Engineer and Safety Engineer.
Construction - Site based positions i.e. Track Worker, Fitter and Testing and Installation Engineer.
Operations - Operations positions i.e. Control Room Operator, Train Driver and Signaller.
Customer Facing - i.e. Train Crew Manager, Station Announcer and Call Centre Staff.
If you want to earn £25,000 per year. Enter 25,000 in the salary box then select 'per year' from the drop down menu. You can choose to search different frequencies of payment 'per hour', 'per week', 'per month' or 'per year'.
By default the search results are sorted by a 'most relevance' scoring system that tries to place the most suitable positions at the top of the results. You can change this to list the results in order of salary (highest first), location (Worldwide, Europe, UK, UK region /city), job title (alphabetical) or when the job was posted to the site (most recent first).
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