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Looking for a diverse and challenging career? We’ve just opened applications for next year’s graduate schemes.
We deliver a railway that is safer, more reliable and more efficient than ever before, to help build a thriving, sustainable economy.
It’s a huge part of our business but there’s more to our organisation than rail - we’re also one of the largest land and property owners in Britain. We manage a huge property portfolio that includes some of the biggest stations in Britain and the retail outlets inside them.
Our Railway Upgrade Plan is the biggest investment in Britain’s railway since the Victorian era - we’re investing more than £47bn in developing our infrastructure so we can deliver more services and better journeys. It presents an abundance of opportunities for ambitious and enthusiastic people like you to make an impact.
There are graduate roles to suit a wide variety of skills. New additions this year include contract and procurement, quantity surveying and system engineering within general management.
You could also experience working at Network Rail with a summer placement or year in industry placement. New roles for these schemes include human resources, quantity surveying and business analysis and performance.
We’re investing in graduates who are customer-focused and committed to making a difference, to help transform Britain's rail infrastructure, transport network and economy for the 22nd century.
If you’re eager to make a difference, apply here by Monday 10 December 2018.
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