How much do train conductors in Birmingham get paid?

Train conductors in Birmingham earn

£16.45-21.48 per hour

Based on 13 employee reviews

Train conductor salaries can range between £16.45-21.48 per hour in the Birmingham area. This data is based on quiz results from 13 employees who live in and around Birmingham.

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How are people paid?

15%
by the hour
85%
an annual salary

Based on 13 employees

What do train conductors do?

Train conductors have the job of checking train tickets and helping customers.

Other names for train conductors are:

  • Train guards
  • Train crew
  • Ticket inspectors

This type of job might involve:

  • Working with the public
  • Checking and selling tickets
  • Issuing fines
  • Answering customer questions
  • Managing anti-social behaviour
  • Making sure everyone gets on and off the train properly
  • Selling snacks and drinks

You may have to work early in the morning, late in the evening, on weekends and on bank holidays.

If you want to apply for a train conductor job, you might need the following:

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