Unipart Rail
3.3 out of 5 stars.
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Unipart Rail Careers and Employment

About the company

  • Founded
    1995
  • Company size
    501 to 1,000
  • Revenue
    £100m to £500m
  • Industry
    Manufacturing
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Industrial Engineering

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Salaries

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Information Design & Documentation

Technical Engineer
£35,000 per year
Design Engineer
£31,612 per year
Senior Design Engineer
£36,087 per year
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 41 reviews and is evolving.

3.1720173.8820182.6320192.8620201.002021

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Reviews

Engineering Technician in Crewe, Cheshire
on 16 May 2020
Things have changed
Things have changed at unipart rail over the last year as new work has come into the factory and the work force is having great difficulty getting to grips with it.The management are no use whatsoever and the manufacturing director is simply not up to the job but just talks the usual management lingo.Worrying times.
Team Leader in Baginton, Warwickshire
on 10 January 2021
Extremely unfair stressful place to work
Shame on them! I really regret working for this company. So much disrespect and unfair treatment in many directions. Its Good its a job but with the salary and job expectations i wish them Good luck
Rail Operative in York, North Yorkshire
on 17 May 2020
Closing down
This is closing in York Carried out wide range of manual tasks within different departments including service and repair of safety critical equipment.
Engineering Technician in Crewe, Cheshire
on 4 April 2020
Poor company to work for
Management seem to have no clue of how to do there jobs. People who slack off seem to be thought of very highly with this company. Apprentices seem to think there above there station and refuse to do the lesser jobs as they think there better than that job. Overall not a good company to work for and these issues need to be sorted out ASAP to improve as a company.
Head of Sales in Crewe, Cheshire
on 18 February 2020
Continuous Improvement through continuous best practice learning
The Unipart Way is a methodology designed to create a standard approach for all employees to follow, it is set around best practise and provides a route-map for all. Conflict is generally avoided and all employees are expected to follow a model of continuous improvement in their work and are rewarded for exceptional performance
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