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Network Rail
3.7 out of 5
Norwich NR1
£34,244 a year - Full-time
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  • £34,244 a year

Job type

  • Full-time

Shift and schedule

  • Overtime
  • Weekend availability
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Location

Norwich NR1

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  • Company pension
  • Employee discount
  • Paid training

Full job description

Technician [Track Maintenance]- Norwich


Location


Norwich, GB


Department Name


DJ SM(Tr) Norwich East Direct (820211) G1


About Network Rail


Rail Technician


Get your career on track!


Hey there, future railway superstar! Are you an engineering whiz who can turn nuts and bolts into magic? Do you have a passion for making things run smoother than a freshly greased locomotive? If so, we've got the perfect ticket for you!


Our technicians work outside in all conditions, at all times of the year, day or night. You could be involved in demanding manual work, often with the need to transport kit, across tricky terrain. Being safety focused, respectful of rules and a team player will be critical as you'll often be working next to moving trains travelling at high speed.


Brief Description


What's in it for me?

  • A fresh start - you don't need to pay for expensive training courses or re-sit any exams.
  • Development in a range of practical trades and skills to get you to the next career level; many maintenance workers progress to management roles - there's no stopping you at Network Rail
  • Great pension plus the chance to join Network Rail's leading defined contribution pension scheme after five years' service
  • 75% discount on leisure rail travel for you and your family
  • 28 days' annual leave
  • Extra earning potential: 35-hour week with overtime opportunities (there may be a requirement to work on call)


About the role (External)


What are we looking for?


Our technicians play a vital role in our maintenance teams. You don't necessarily need rail experience, but you do need to show how your transferable skills meet the following:


  • Leadership – You're able to lead, motivate and direct a team for safe and efficient work delivery.
  • Effective communicator – You'll need strong communication skills and be able to deliver clear instructions to the team and other colleagues.
  • Safety – You consistently role model safe behaviours, can arrange and implement safe systems of work, and are confident to challenge if you think a situation is unsafe.
  • Problem solver – You'll be persistent in finding safe and effective solutions. You'll consistently develop your skills and competencies relevant to your discipline, keeping up to date with new standards, procedures and instructions. To issues you find out in your working environment.
  • Willingness to learn – You'll consistently develop your skills and competencies relevant to your discipline, keeping up to date with new standards, procedures and instructions.
  • Technical skills –You'll have knowledge and experience of inspection, faulting, maintenance and renewal techniques in the discipline that you are applying for.
  • Relevant qualification – You'll ideally hold an NVQ Level 1 or 2 linked to the discipline you are applying for. Or you have achieved an equivalent level of relevant experience.
Track : NVQ 1/2 in engineering (Civil, Mechanical, Structural or similar) is Desirable.


It matters that this is the right role for you.


Here's some additional information which might help you:


  • Shifts – Technician roles involve a changing shift pattern including days, nights and weekends.
  • Outdoor working - Our technicians work outside in all weathers and so you'll be comfortable working in different conditions.
  • Safe working - Offers of employment are subject to drug and alcohol testing and passing of the relevant medical assessment and BPSS pre-employment checks. This will include a hearing and eyesight examination.
  • Driving - As a technician you'll also need a driving licence (category B) so you can drive Network Rail vehicles.
  • Commute times - You’ll also need to be within a 60-minute commute of Norwich Depot. The post code of this location is NR1 1HA.


What does a Technician do?

Our technicians provide the essential link between the team leader and the team's operatives.

Technicians specialise in a range of disciplines and for this role you'll become a specialist in:

Track: You'll be responsible for maintaining, inspecting and repairing the track network, (also known as the Permanent Way or P-Way) to keep the railway safe and efficient. This is a very manual role as you'll be working with rails, sleepers and ballast that support the trains, together with their associated drainage and ancillary structures.

Don't meet every requirement?

Research suggests that individuals from underrepresented groups may be less likely to apply for a job if they don't meet all the listed criteria. We are building a diverse and inclusive place to work where people of all backgrounds can thrive. We encourage you to apply for this role.

If you're unsure this video might help you Watch our video to find out more!

We're a Disability Confident organisation and we'll try our best to adapt to suit individual needs.

Start your career journey with Network Rail and apply now.


Salary: £34,244
Closing date: 1st July 2024. Late applications will not be accepted.

We positively embrace flexible working recognising that employees may wish to balance work and family/home life.


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Technician [Track Maintenance]- Norwich


Location


Norwich, GB


Department Name


DJ SM(Tr) Norwich East Direct (820211) G1


About Network Rail


Rail Technician


Get your career on track!


Hey there, future railway superstar! Are you an engineering whiz who can turn nuts and bolts into magic? Do you have a passion for making things run smoother than a freshly greased locomotive? If so, we've got the perfect ticket for you!


Our technicians work outside in all conditions, at all times of the year, day or night. You could be involved in demanding manual work, often with the need to transport kit, across tricky terrain. Being safety focused, respectful of rules and a team player will be critical as you'll often be working next to moving trains travelling at high speed.


Brief Description


What's in it for me?

  • A fresh start - you don't need to pay for expensive training courses or re-sit any exams.
  • Development in a range of practical trades and skills to get you to the next career level; many maintenance workers progress to management roles - there's no stopping you at Network Rail
  • Great pension plus the chance to join Network Rail's leading defined contribution pension scheme after five years' service
  • 75% discount on leisure rail travel for you and your family
  • 28 days' annual leave
  • Extra earning potential: 35-hour week with overtime opportunities (there may be a requirement to work on call)


About the role (External)


What are we looking for?


Our technicians play a vital role in our maintenance teams. You don't necessarily need rail experience, but you do need to show how your transferable skills meet the following:


  • Leadership – You're able to lead, motivate and direct a team for safe and efficient work delivery.
  • Effective communicator – You'll need strong communication skills and be able to deliver clear instructions to the team and other colleagues.
  • Safety – You consistently role model safe behaviours, can arrange and implement safe systems of work, and are confident to challenge if you think a situation is unsafe.
  • Problem solver – You'll be persistent in finding safe and effective solutions. You'll consistently develop your skills and competencies relevant to your discipline, keeping up to date with new standards, procedures and instructions. To issues you find out in your working environment.
  • Willingness to learn – You'll consistently develop your skills and competencies relevant to your discipline, keeping up to date with new standards, procedures and instructions.
  • Technical skills –You'll have knowledge and experience of inspection, faulting, maintenance and renewal techniques in the discipline that you are applying for.
  • Relevant qualification – You'll ideally hold an NVQ Level 1 or 2 linked to the discipline you are applying for. Or you have achieved an equivalent level of relevant experience.
Track : NVQ 1/2 in engineering (Civil, Mechanical, Structural or similar) is Desirable.


It matters that this is the right role for you.


Here's some additional information which might help you:


  • Shifts – Technician roles involve a changing shift pattern including days, nights and weekends.
  • Outdoor working - Our technicians work outside in all weathers and so you'll be comfortable working in different conditions.
  • Safe working - Offers of employment are subject to drug and alcohol testing and passing of the relevant medical assessment and BPSS pre-employment checks. This will include a hearing and eyesight examination.
  • Driving - As a technician you'll also need a driving licence (category B) so you can drive Network Rail vehicles.
  • Commute times - You’ll also need to be within a 60-minute commute of Norwich Depot. The post code of this location is NR1 1HA.


What does a Technician do?

Our technicians provide the essential link between the team leader and the team's operatives.

Technicians specialise in a range of disciplines and for this role you'll become a specialist in:

Track: You'll be responsible for maintaining, inspecting and repairing the track network, (also known as the Permanent Way or P-Way) to keep the railway safe and efficient. This is a very manual role as you'll be working with rails, sleepers and ballast that support the trains, together with their associated drainage and ancillary structures.

Don't meet every requirement?

Research suggests that individuals from underrepresented groups may be less likely to apply for a job if they don't meet all the listed criteria. We are building a diverse and inclusive place to work where people of all backgrounds can thrive. We encourage you to apply for this role.

If you're unsure this video might help you Watch our video to find out more!

We're a Disability Confident organisation and we'll try our best to adapt to suit individual needs.

Start your career journey with Network Rail and apply now.


How to apply (External)


Salary: £34,244
Closing date: 1st July 2024. Late applications will not be accepted.

Click ‘apply now' or click here for details of how to apply.

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity. We do not discriminate based on race, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, or disability status. Click here for more information

We positively embrace flexible working recognising that employees may wish to balance work and family/home life.

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