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Brighton BN1
£29,044 a year - Permanent, Full-time
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Pay

  • £29,044 a year

Job type

  • Permanent
  • Full-time

Shift and schedule

  • Overtime
  • Weekend availability
  • Night shift
  • Day shift

Location

Brighton BN1

Full job description

Operative x 3 Roles


Location


Brighton, GB


Department Name


Off Track BRIGHTON


About Network Rail


Our passengers and freight users are at the heart of everything we do. We help connect people to their friends and families and get goods to their destination safely and efficiently. We're an organisation where people matter. Watch our video to find out more!


About our people and the recruitment process -
We're an inclusive employer of choice and we welcome applications from everyone!

We encourage our colleagues to work flexibly, as we know traditional working patterns don't always fit. If you want to consider working flexibly, just let us know and we'll do our best to help and invest in your career with us, whilst you have a healthy work life balance.

We're also a Disability Confident Leader employer and we'll try our best to adapt the process and offer a reasonable alternative to help support people with disabilities access, apply and interview for roles.


Brief Description


Do you have experience in civils work, fencing or drainage?

Does your passion lie within tree cutting, forestry, landscaping or arboriculture?

If so then we would love to hear from you, we are currently recruiting for three Operatives to work within our Off-Track team based in Croydon. Off Track are the specialists in maintaining, inspecting and repairing the land alongside the track network to keep the railway safe and efficient. This includes vegetation management, drainage, and ancillary structures.


About the role (External)


Operatives can specialise in a range of disciplines but for this role you’ll become a specialist in Off Track.

Offtrack: You’ll be responsible for maintaining, inspecting, and repairing theland alongside the track network to keep the railway safe and efficient. This includes vegetation management, drainage, and ancillary structures.

Our operatives work outsidein all conditions, at all times of the year, day, or night. You’ll 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 beworking next to moving trains travelling at high speed.

You matter to your team

The team depends on you. You’rethe one who shows up first and leaves last, who makes sure the van andequipment are checked and ready for every shift, and who drives the team fromsite to site. Every day you’ll support your team in maintaining equipment andwill provide lookout duties to keep the whole team safe.


You matter to us


Your commitment to self-development and continuouslearning is hugely important in this role and we'll provide you with all thetraining to develop both technical skills and non-technical skills. If you’re joining us from anotherindustry, the structured training will give you the skills and confidence tomove into a rewarding career in rail. Today’s operatives are tomorrow’stechnicians and team leaders, and we offer a clear career path for you.


Your skills matter


Our operatives play a key role in our maintenance teams. You don’t necessarily needrail experience, but you do need to show how your transferrable skills meet thefollowing:


  • Teamworking
    Our maintenance teams depend on each other and you’ll be able to work closely with the team to deliver safe and efficient work delivery.
  • Communication You’ll have good communication skills so you can work safely and effectively.
  • Proactive planning Being punctual, having the van and equipment ready and anticipating the needs of the team are essential to keeping our passengers and freight moving.
  • Working under pressure Working outdoors in all conditions, and with trains passing close by means you’ll need to remain calm under pressure.
  • Following rules and instructions It is important that you understand and respect the rules, but also feel confident to challenge if you see a situation is unsafe.
  • 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.

It matters that this is the right role for you

Here’s some additional information which might helpyou.

  • Shifts
    Operative roles involve a changing shift pattern including days, nights, and weekends.
  • Outdoor working - Our operatives 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 an operative 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 the location that you’re applying for.

Salary: £29,044 IMC Terms & Conditions.

x 3 Roles

This role may require an overtime commitment.

Been referred by a friend, then please complete this form

Closing date: 4th March 2024.

Please get your application in as soon as possible, we may close the advert before the listed closing date if we receive enough applications. Late applications will not be accepted.

Please note the recruitment process for this role is a Competency based interview.


We're dedicated to creating an inclusive environment and we welcome applications from everyone!

Network Rail is a Disability Confident Leader and we’ll try our best to adapt the process and offer a reasonable alternative to help support people with disabilities access, apply and interview for roles. You can visit Evenbreak’s Career Hive for advice on accessibility support if you’re unsure of the options available. Should you require any reasonable adjustments/modifications, please add a note to your application.


Keeping people safe on the railway is at the heart of everything we do. Safe behaviour is therefore a requirement of working for Network Rail. You should demonstrate your personal dedication to safety on your application.


Drugs and Alcohol Standard:

All prospective candidates will be required to undergo and pass a drugs and alcohol test. Your application will be rescinded if you record a positive test. All positive drugs and alcohol test results for prospective candidates will be securely held on Sentinel database and a 5 year suspension from applying for a safety critical role, a role which requires PTS certification or a Key Safety role on Network Rail Managed Infrastructure will be enforced

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Operative x 3 Roles


Location


Brighton, GB


Department Name


Off Track BRIGHTON


About Network Rail


Our passengers and freight users are at the heart of everything we do. We help connect people to their friends and families and get goods to their destination safely and efficiently. We're an organisation where people matter. Watch our video to find out more!

We're continuing to build a diverse organisation which is representative of the people we serve. We want to harness the skills and expertise of our people and attract the best talent, to enable a safe and accessible railway for everyone. To learn why inclusion is important to us, please click here.

About our people and the recruitment process - We're an inclusive employer of choice and we welcome applications from everyone!

We encourage our colleagues to work flexibly, as we know traditional working patterns don't always fit. If you want to consider working flexibly, just let us know and we'll do our best to help and invest in your career with us, whilst you have a healthy work life balance.

We're also a Disability Confident Leader employer and we'll try our best to adapt the process and offer a reasonable alternative to help support people with disabilities access, apply and interview for roles.


Brief Description


Do you have experience in civils work, fencing or drainage?

Does your passion lie within tree cutting, forestry, landscaping or arboriculture?

If so then we would love to hear from you, we are currently recruiting for three Operatives to work within our Off-Track team based in Croydon. Off Track are the specialists in maintaining, inspecting and repairing the land alongside the track network to keep the railway safe and efficient. This includes vegetation management, drainage, and ancillary structures.


About the role (External)


Operatives can specialise in a range of disciplines but for this role you’ll become a specialist in Off Track.

Offtrack: You’ll be responsible for maintaining, inspecting, and repairing theland alongside the track network to keep the railway safe and efficient. This includes vegetation management, drainage, and ancillary structures.

Our operatives work outsidein all conditions, at all times of the year, day, or night. You’ll 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 beworking next to moving trains travelling at high speed.

You matter to your team

The team depends on you. You’rethe one who shows up first and leaves last, who makes sure the van andequipment are checked and ready for every shift, and who drives the team fromsite to site. Every day you’ll support your team in maintaining equipment andwill provide lookout duties to keep the whole team safe.


You matter to us


Your commitment to self-development and continuouslearning is hugely important in this role and we'll provide you with all thetraining to develop both technical skills and non-technical skills. If you’re joining us from anotherindustry, the structured training will give you the skills and confidence tomove into a rewarding career in rail. Today’s operatives are tomorrow’stechnicians and team leaders, and we offer a clear career path for you.


Your skills matter


Our operatives play a key role in our maintenance teams. You don’t necessarily needrail experience, but you do need to show how your transferrable skills meet thefollowing:


  • Teamworking
    Our maintenance teams depend on each other and you’ll be able to work closely with the team to deliver safe and efficient work delivery.
  • Communication You’ll have good communication skills so you can work safely and effectively.
  • Proactive planning Being punctual, having the van and equipment ready and anticipating the needs of the team are essential to keeping our passengers and freight moving.
  • Working under pressure Working outdoors in all conditions, and with trains passing close by means you’ll need to remain calm under pressure.
  • Following rules and instructions It is important that you understand and respect the rules, but also feel confident to challenge if you see a situation is unsafe.
  • 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.

It matters that this is the right role for you

Here’s some additional information which might helpyou.

  • Shifts
    Operative roles involve a changing shift pattern including days, nights, and weekends.
  • Outdoor working - Our operatives 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 an operative 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 the location that you’re applying for.


How to apply (External)


Salary: £29,044 IMC Terms & Conditions.

x 3 Roles

This role may require an overtime commitment.

Been referred by a friend, then please complete this form

Network Rail Benefits – To find out about what benefits we offer, click here

Closing date: 4th March 2024.

Please get your application in as soon as possible, we may close the advert before the listed closing date if we receive enough applications. Late applications will not be accepted.

Please note the recruitment process for this role is a Competency based interview.

Click ‘apply now’ to apply. -

We're dedicated to creating an inclusive environment and we welcome applications from everyone!

Network Rail is a Disability Confident Leader and we’ll try our best to adapt the process and offer a reasonable alternative to help support people with disabilities access, apply and interview for roles. You can visit Evenbreak’s Career Hive for advice on accessibility support if you’re unsure of the options available. Should you require any reasonable adjustments/modifications, please add a note to your application.

Network Rail Benefits – To find out about what benefits we offer, click here


All offers of employment are conditional upon satisfactory completion of pre-employment checks. Click here for more information


Keeping people safe on the railway is at the heart of everything we do. Safe behaviour is therefore a requirement of working for Network Rail. You should demonstrate your personal dedication to safety on your application.


Drugs and Alcohol Standard:

All prospective candidates will be required to undergo and pass a drugs and alcohol test. Your application will be rescinded if you record a positive test. All positive drugs and alcohol test results for prospective candidates will be securely held on Sentinel database and a 5 year suspension from applying for a safety critical role, a role which requires PTS certification or a Key Safety role on Network Rail Managed Infrastructure will be enforced

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