Network Rail

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  • UK
  • Public transport
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  • 4.9/10

    Technician

    • Β£15.00 per hour
    • 25 or older
    • 3+ years experience

    πŸ‘ Best thing about their job

    Money

    πŸ‘Ž Worst thing about their job

    Not enough overtime

    March 2020

  • 7.3/10

    Resource manager

    • Β£40,100 per year, working a 35 hour week
    • 45–54 years old
    • 3+ years experience

    πŸ‘ Best thing about their job

    Nice environment

    πŸ‘Ž Worst thing about their job

    Lack of communication

    March 2020

  • 7.9/10

    Engineer

    • Β£23.00 per hour
    • 45–54 years old
    • 3+ years experience

    February 2020

  • 10.0/10

    Engineer

    • Β£43,600 per year, working a 35 hour week
    • 21–24 years old
    • 1–2 years experience

    February 2020

  • 7.9/10

    Apprentice

    • Β£12,000 per year, working a 35 hour week
    • 18–20 years old
    • 1–2 years experience

    December 2019

  • 8.5/10

    Operative

    • Β£25,500 per year, working a 35 hour week
    • 18–20 years old
    • 3+ years experience

    πŸ‘ Best thing about their job

    Pension

    πŸ‘Ž Worst thing about their job

    Nights

    December 2019

  • 5.9/10

    Signaller

    • Β£42,500 per year, working a 35 hour week
    • 34–44 years old
    • 3+ years experience

    πŸ‘ Best thing about their job

    variety

    πŸ‘Ž Worst thing about their job

    management

    November 2019

  • 6.8/10

    Team leader

    • Β£24.02 per hour
    • 21–24 years old
    • 3+ years experience

    πŸ‘ Best thing about their job

    Working outdoors

    πŸ‘Ž Worst thing about their job

    Lack of communication

    November 2019

  • 7.0/10

    Signalling and Telecoms technician

    • Β£20.00 per hour
    • 25–34 years old
    • 3+ years experience

    πŸ‘ Best thing about their job

    The pay

    πŸ‘Ž Worst thing about their job

    Decisions are made by people who aren’t affected by the consequences. Frontline staff are ignored

    November 2019