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About Executive Headhunters Ltd
As headhunters, we carefully select staff from Contracts Managers to Senior Engineers that are a perfect skill and character match for our clients. Developments in technology have created a need for adaptable and technically adept railway candidates; a talent pool that we can access instantly. We specialise in Executive appointments and use leading market insight to help clients make hires for Network, Infrastructure, Safety and Efficiency jobs.
Rail in London
Covers: UK and International | Permanent | Salaries from £35k - £100k+
About Berry Recruitment
Do you want to work with a national Rail recruiter that provides staffing solutions tailored to your industry? Express Rail Services is a specialist Railway agency that supplies Safety Critical and Non-Safety Critical staff for a variety of roles. Formed in 2003 by Train and Rail experts, we have RISQS Audited status and recruit assessed PTS professionals of the highest standard. Contact us today and receive an industry recognised service.
Rail in London
Covers: UK wide | Contract, Part Time, Permanent, Temporary | Salaries £15k - £100k+
About Ivy Resource Group - Construction Recruitment
Ivy Resource Group is an established recruitment consultancy agency with years of experience in supplying skilled, unskilled and professional personnel for temporary and permanent roles in the construction industry. How can we add value to your business? Competitive rates - Talented and reliable candidates - 24/7 support - Sector specific & experienced Consultants & Managers.
Rail in London
Covers: Nationwide | Contract, Part Time, Permanent, Temporary | Salaries £15k - £100k+
London is the capital city of the United Kingdom, and with over 12 million people living in the greater metropolitan area, the city is home to one of the most complex rail networks found anywhere in the world.London's reliance on rail is matched only by its roads. With the East Coast, West Coast and South Coast lines all converging in the city, employment opportunities are plentiful and diverse. Popular jobs in the capital include those for train drivers, ticket inspectors, platform guards and customer service staff. However, maintenance and administration staff in the industry far outnumber those working on the trains themselves. A number of private contractors combine to take care of London's many miles of tracks, and roles in maintenance include risk managers, quality assurance workers and engineers.
Dozens of train operators are based in London, and many more deliver regular train services into the city. The most prominent train operators include East Coast, Virgin, Eurostar and First Great Western. The London Underground and Overground are also significant employers of train operators and maintenance staff in the city. Candidates should keep in mind that specialist recruitment agencies work on behalf of most train operators in London.Train drivers can expect to receive a salary of between £30,000 and £50,000 with most of London's large train companies. Guards, and customer service staff should expect to receive a salary of between £18,000 and £35,000, depending on seniority and levels of accountability. Senior engineers and managers can earn anything up to £80,000 per year.