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About Network Rail

People depend on Britain’s railway for their daily commute, to visit friends and loved ones and to get them home safe every day. Our role is to deliver a safe and reliable railway that connects people, businesses and communities. We connect people, businesses and communities all across our great nation. We're a team of over 39,000 people with over – 
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News & Updates

14 May 2021
Are you looking for a role where you'll matter to millions everyday? As a grade 6 signaller, your multi-tasking skills, communication and attention to detail will be put to the test as you help our passengers reach their destinations safely and efficiently. Now recruiting in the Birmingham Area, West Midlands. Find out more and apply now!

We Matter to Millions

Find out more about what we do at Network Rail and how you could do meaningful work every day.

Putting Passengers First

Network Rail is changing. We're becoming a company that is on the side of passengers and freight users; that is easy to engage with and is an efficient and dependable partner; a company people are proud to work for; instinctively recognised as an industry leader.

Everyone matters

Everyone matters is our diversity strategy for CP6. By 2024 we will be an even a more open, diverse and inclusive organisation that is better at reflecting the communities that we serve. By putting our passengers first, our strategy will help us to provide a more accessible and more inclusive experience for you. Our approach to diversity and inclusion demonstrates that everyone matters: our people, passengers and stakeholders.

Network Rail staff share what diversity and inclusion in the railway industry means to them

For more information on our approach to Diversity visit -

Did you know we have six employee networks?

Our employee networks provide support and opportunities to about 3,000 members and contribute to making Network Rail a more open, inclusive and diverse organisation. Our employee networks give members wide-ranging advice and promote important issues through national and local events. Furthermore, they work with Network Rail to improve communication around the business and develop valuable guidance on diversity and inclusion. Find out more -

Women in Engineering

The opportunities to make an impact are limitless!

We care

We care as much about your safety and happiness as our passengers’. When you work here, you get more than just a salary. You will have access to our employee assistance programme which provide wellbeing and financial support. You get brilliant benefits and five volunteer days to donate to your favourite causes. And we’ll do everything we can to make sure you get a good work-life balance.

Engineer Steve

Engineer Steve LOVES working on the railway, delivering upgrades that keep passengers moving smoothly now, and for the future!

Tamzin - Infrastructure Maintenance Delivery Manager

Tamzin talks about her role as an Infrastructure Maintenance Delivery Manager on the South East route, what she enjoys about her role and her career journey within Network Rail. She talks about the graduate scheme she started on, being a young female in the rail industry and our ‘balance for better’ theme.