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​What is a Track Engineer?

A Track Engineer is responsible for providing insight and technical engineering expertise on railway projects and systems, such as traction power, train and traffic signal controls, fare collection and rail vehicles.

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What are the typical duties and activities for a Track Engineer?

From employer to employer the description of a Track Engineer job will vary, however typical duties and activities undertaken include:

  • Design of permanent way solutions for engineering projects in accordance with client requirements

  • Provide project progress reports and updates to the Track Team Leader and Project Management Team

  • Document and report site activity ensuring regulations are met

  • Carry out audits and risk assessments when required

  • Supervise and set out surveys, installations, stressing and tamping activities

  • Ensure CRT site assessments are conducted

Skills required to be a successful Track Engineer

To be successful within a Track Engineer job, the below skills are important;

  • Knowledge of transport methods, costs and benefits

  • Attention to detail

  • Team working

  • Observation and recording skill

How can we help with your Track Engineer job search?

For over 15 years we have specialised in securing contract and permanent opportunities for Track Engineer across the Construction, Civils, Rail, Power and Telecoms sectors.

Working globally with the largest contractors, consultancies, along with many infrastructure owners and operators, we are ideally positioned to work with talented Track Engineers and secure the market's leading Track Engineer jobs.

With a reputation for being experts in the sectors that we operate, we are also renowned for consistently delivering the right Track Engineer Jobs to our candidates, working proactively in order to give our candidates the edge in a competitive marketplace.

Interested in looking at new Track Engineer jobs?

If you are looking for a new Track Engineer job, please get in touch with our specialist recruiters to discuss your situation in more detail. Alternatively you can search all of our current Track Engineer Jobs across the Construction, Civils, Rail, Power and Telecoms sectors.

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Benefits of working with a Recruitment Agency who specialises in supplying Track Engineer jobs?

Working with a recruitment agency can offer several benefits when searching for Track Engineer jobs. Here are some advantages:

Access to a Wide Range of Track Engineer jobs

Recruitment agencies often have extensive networks and established relationships with employers, including construction companies and contractors. They can provide you with access to a broad range of Track Engineer jobs that may not be advertised elsewhere. This increases your chances of finding suitable Track Engineer jobs.

Industry Expertise and Insights

Recruitment agencies specialising in Track Engineer jobs have deep industry knowledge. They understand the qualifications, skills and experience required for Track Engineer jobs. They can provide valuable insights into Track Engineer jobs, salary trends and specific requirements, helping you navigate your search for Track Engineer jobs more effectively.

Personalised service when searching for Track Engineer jobs

Recruitment agencies take the time to understand your skills, experience and career goals. They conduct interviews and assessments to evaluate your qualifications thoroughly. By doing so, they can match you with Track Engineer jobs that align with your expertise and aspirations. This personalised approach saves you time and increases the likelihood of finding Track Engineer jobs that suit you.

Assistance with your CV and Interview Preparation

Recruitment agencies can help you optimise your CV to showcase your Track Engineer skills and experience effectively. They understand what employers are looking for and can provide guidance on how to tailor your application to stand out when applying for Track Engineer jobs. Additionally, they often offer interview coaching and preparation, equipping you with the necessary skills to perform well in interviews and increase your chances of securing a Track Engineer job.

Long-Term Relationship Building

Establishing a relationship with a reputable recruitment agency can be beneficial beyond your immediate search for Track Engineer jobs. They can keep you informed about future Track Engineer jobs, career advancements and industry developments. This ongoing partnership can provide continuous support throughout your career as a Track Engineer.

Overall, working with a recruitment agency can streamline your search for Track Engineer jobs, provide access to hidden Track Engineer jobs and offer professional guidance and support. It can be a valuable resource for finding Track Engineer jobs and advancing your career in the industry you work in.

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Tips on Searching for relevant Track Engineer Jobs

It’s important when searching for Track Engineer Jobs that you have a strategy. This will allow you to become more efficient and effective with your time and will also help to find Track Engineer Jobs that are relevant to you. Below we have outlined some key activities to think about when searching for Track Engineer Jobs.

Use Specialised Track Engineer Jobs Search Engines

Focus on job search engines and websites that specialise in Track Engineer Jobs. Platforms that specialise in Track Engineer Jobs are more likely to have listings specific to the Track Engineer Jobs Jobs industry.

Use Targeted Keywords when searching for specific Track Engineer Jobs

When searching for Track Engineer Jobs online, use specific keywords related to the type of Track Engineer Jobs Jobs job you're looking for. This will help narrow down your search results to Track Engineer Jobs that are relevant to your profession.

Location-Specific Searches

Include your location or preferred work area in your Track Engineer Jobs search. This will help you find Track Engineer Jobs in your desired geographical area.

Set Up Track Engineer Jobs Alerts

Many job search websites offer the option to set up job alerts based on your search criteria. You can create alerts with specific keywords and location preferences and the platform will notify you when new Track Engineer Jobs match your criteria. This saves you time by automating the job search process.

Regularly Check In with Recruitment Agencies

Find a recruitment agency that specialises in Track Engineer Jobs and build a relationship with them so they can keep you up to date when new and relevant Track Engineer Jobs become available.

LinkedIn

Optimise your LinkedIn profile with relevant keywords, skills and a clear headline indicating that you are seeking Track Engineer Jobs. Follow Track Engineer Jobs Jobs-related companies and join industry-specific LinkedIn groups to stay updated on Track Engineer Jobs that are new to the market.

Networking with fellow Track Engineer Jobs professionals

Leverage your professional network to inquire about Track Engineer Jobs that are available. Inform colleagues, friends, or acquaintances in the industry about your job search, as they may have leads or be able to connect you with potential employers.

By implementing these strategies, you can optimise your search for "Track Engineer Jobs" and increase your chances of finding relevant and suitable Track Engineer Jobs in the Track Engineer Jobs Jobs industry.

If you are keen to find out what Track Engineer Jobs we have available, then you can follow the below link and browse all of our global Track Engineer Jobs.

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We are a leading telecoms recruitment agency with an unrivalled reputation for quality of service and expertise across the Rail industry. Since 2006 Navartis has been a leading white collar technical recruitment business focused on supporting consultancies, contractors, infrastructure owners and operators to deliver major Rail projects. We supply Rail projects throughout the UK, Europe, Australia, Canada and the United States.

With an unrivalled reputation for quality of service and expertise in the Rail industry we have assembled the country’s leading team of Rail recruitment experts to deliver upon our promise to our clients to consistently provide the right Rail candidates to the right Rail project. We are also known for our ability to secure candidates the most rewarding career opportunities within the Rail sector.

With a diverse range of Rail jobs currently available, our Rail recruitment team focuses on supplying key phases of project life cycle, from design through to hand back. Find out more about what we supply within the Rail sector.

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​London is the capital of England and is the most populous city in the United Kingdom. London stands on the River Thames and is governed by the Mayor of London and London Assembly. It was estimated in 2015 that the population was over 8,500,000.  London is a leading global city in arts, finance, professional services and construction and over the past decade has seen some of the largest construction projects in the world, such as:

The Shard

This landmark tower was the first in the UK to break the 1000 ft barrier. At nearly twice the size of the Gherkin, the Shard is one of the tallest buildings in Europe. The cost of the project was in excess of £1.2bn, which also included major refurbishment of the the train and bus station. 

The Leadenhall Building

Also known as the cheesegrater, this 48 floor tower cost in the region of £286m to build. It features a 90 ft high atrium, glass lifts and despite the height of the building only offers 500,000 sq ft of floorspace due to its unusual profile. 

20 Fenchurch Street

Also known as the Walkie Talkie, this 36 floor tower offers a sky garden set over floors 35, 36 and 37, which offers uninterrupted views across London. The tower cost £200m and is distinctively top heavy.

Crossrail

Work on the Crossrail began in 2009 and was confirmed in 2014 that the £14.8bn project would extend to Reading. The project is set to be complete in 2019.

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