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The Australian Rail Track Corporation (ARTC) has appointed Neil Burlison as the general manager finance of the new Inland Rail division.
Burlison has commenced the new role as of this week.
Based in the ARTC Brisbane office, the position is responsible for the financial management of the program.
ARTC chief executive John Fullerton has welcomed Burlison to the new role.
"As part of that work, I am very pleased to welcome Neil Burlison to the Inland Rail leadership team," Fullerton says.
"Having worked for companies such as Origin Energy, ITS Energy Services and BP he has sound experience in joint venture negotiations and complex financial models which will be an asset to the program."
Burlison will report to the new Inland Rail chief executive, a newly-created position that is yet to be filled.
Fullerton says establishing a new Inland Rail division within ARTC was a priority.
"With Inland Rail now fully funded, ARTC is putting in place structures, teams and systems that will support the delivery of Inland Rail to expected operation in 2024/25 and beyond," Fullerton says.
This article first appeared on www.fullyloaded.com.au
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