West Midlands Rail recruitment agency listing
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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 West Midlands
Covers: Nationwide | Contract, Part Time, Permanent, Temporary | Salaries £15k - £100k+
About Trade Team Recruitment Ltd
Trade team specialise in the supply of temporary, permanent and contract workers across the UK. We have a large database of skilled and unskilled candidates that have been referenced and accreditation checked. We believe our experience and slimmed down business model, along with a personal touch, gives us the edge to supply the best service at the best price.
Rail in West Midlands
Covers: UK | Contract, Part Time, Permanent, Temporary | Salaries £15k - £100k+
Kenton Black Construction Recruitment
FastTrack Management Services
Jonathan Lee Recruitment
O'Neill and Brennan
McGinley Support Services
Most Popular Towns for Rail in West Midlands
The West Midlands is home to a number of major rail stations, and the county's reliance on this mode of transport means that there are a huge number of opportunities available for those looking to further their careers within this sector.In addition to driving roles, those in the West Midlands will find opportunities as ticket inspectors, customer service staff, platform guards and more. Operational and engineering employees are also required, from site foremen to rail engineers, and project managers for areas undergoing rail improvement services. Arriva Trains, Chiltern Railways, London Midland and Virgin Rail are just a few of the train operators whose remit includes the West Midlands, with all of these companies seeking staff for their networks.
The qualifications that are needed depend on the role applied for, with drivers needing to be licensed, and maintenance and engineering staff needing the relevant industrial qualifications.Salaries also vary. Foremen can earn between £30,000 and £45,000 per year, while train drivers can earn between £30,000 and £5,000 when employed by major train companies. Often, specialist recruitment agencies are the best place to find a job in the rail industry, with a wealth of experience and contact that will help your progress.