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Top Rail Transportation employers hiring near you include ALSTOM with an employee rating of 3.8 out of 5, London Underground rated 4.2 out of 5, High Speed Two with a rating of 3.2 out of 5, Hitachi Rail with a 3.4 out of 5, and GTR (Govia Thameslink Railway) rated 4.2 out of 5 by employees. To learn more about an employer, click into their Glassdoor profile for employee-submitted reviews, salary information for Rail Transportation jobs, company benefits, Rail Transportation job openings, and more.
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Alstom is a French multinational company that develops and markets systems, equipment and services for the railway sector. Alstom manages the widest range of solutions in the market – from high-speed trains to metros and tramways – and associated maintenance, modernization, infrastructure and signalling solutions. Alstom is a world leader in integrated railway systems. It recorded sales of €6.2 billion and booked €10 billion of orders in the 2014/15 fiscal year. Headquartered in France, Alstom is present in over 60 countries and employs nearly 32,000 people today.
If you're getting on the subway and an announcer says, "Mind the gap," you're on the London Underground. Better known as the Tube because of the shape of its tunnels, the London Underground is one of the world's busiest subway systems, carrying more than 1 billion passenger a year. The company's trains serve some 270 stations through a network of more than 250 miles of railway. London Underground is a part of government-owned Transport for London, which oversees the city's transportation infrastructure. The company has undertaken a massive renovation program to the Tube, from renewed track and signals to remodeled stations. The 10-year, £30 billion renewal program will increase the Tube's capacity by 30%.
High Speed Two (HS2) Ltd is the company responsible for developing, delivering and promoting the High Speed Two (HS2) rail network in the UK. More than just a railway, HS2 is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. People all around Britain will benefit from the improved connectivity between our major centres of industry, learning and innovation. That's crucial to the success of each and every one of us. As the largest infrastructure project in Europe, HS2 is already opening up new skills and networks for people and businesses throughout the UK - for the supply chain, for apprenticeships, and for the thousands of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) employees we'll need in the future. Join the great venture!
Hitachi Rail is a fully integrated, global provider of rail solutions across rolling stock, signalling, service & maintenance, digital technology and turnkey solutions. With a presence in 38 countries across six continents and over 12,000 employees, our mission is to contribute to society through the continuous development of superior rail transport solutions. We are proud of our global achievements, from our world famous ‘bullet trains’, to our signalling solutions and turnkey projects, state-of-the-art traffic management and digital solutions. Drawing on the wider Hitachi Group’s market-leading technology and research-and-development capabilities, we strive for industry leading innovations and solutions that can deliver value for customers and sustainable railway systems that benefit wider society. For information about Hitachi Rail, visit www.hitachirail.com.
GTR is a brand new train operating company, made up of a family of trusted local brands. From 2015, 22% of all passenger rail journeys in the UK will be run by us. We’re investing heavily in the infrastructure and technology on our lines, so we can deliver more. More trains, more seats, more services, more routes, more station improvements, more platforms with WiFi and more information. Above all, we want to give our customers and our people more say – to help us create a better rail service for everyone.
Great Western Trains, which does business as Great Western Railway (GWR), bears passengers from London's Paddington Station to the West of England and Wales. Places served include Cardiff, Bristol, and the Cotswolds. GWR's trains generally run in five-car formations that seat 280 riders. It operates high-speed trains (up to 125 mph) on many of its routes. The company has been a subsidiary of rail and bus service operator FirstGroup since 1998. Originally a subsidiary of the British Railways Board, Great Western Trains was first privatized in 1996 when it was acquired by its managers and employees.
SYSTRA is one of the world’s leading engineering and consulting groups specialised in public transport and mobility solutions. For more than 60 years, the Group has been involved with cities and regions in order to contribute to their development by creating, improving and modernising their transport infrastructures and systems. The specialised magazine Engineering News-Record ranks SYSTRA among the top four international engineering firms specialised in ‘Mass Transit & Rail’, and among the 35 largest engineering firms in the world. Supported by its 7,500 employees, the Group’s mission is to make transport more fluid throughout the world in order to bring regions together and facilitate access to employment, education and leisure. A signature team for transport solutions, SYSTRA accompanies its partners and clients throughout the lifecycle of their projects. Confidence moves the world.
Virgin Trains is the brand name of Virgin Rail Group (VRG), which is owned by Virgin Group (51%) and Stagecoach (49%). Virgin Group was rated #7 in LinkedIn's Top Companies list. Virgin Trains has operated the West Coast franchise for 20 years, serving key UK cities including London, Birmingham, Manchester, Liverpool and Glasgow. The Department for Transport (DfT) has awarded VRG a new franchise until at least April 2018. Virgin Trains is committed to delivering a high speed, high frequency service, offering shorter journey times, more comfortable travel and excellent customer service. We provide the most frequent long-distance rail service in Europe (London - Manchester and London – Birmingham, both every 20 minutes). Virgin Trains customers consistently rate the company as one of the top long-distance rail franchise operators in the National Passenger Survey (NPS) commissioned by industry watchdog “Passenger Focus”. Please note, Virgin Trains East Coast is a separate company.
At Eurostar we’re busy making Europe’s most loved travel experience better than ever. Join us and you’ll be part of a dynamic, connected, cosmopolitan team that feels at home in four countries. Dynamic and ambitious, we’re always on the lookout for new ways to improve what we do. On the platform, in our depot, in our offices, and on board, we share the same goal – to create an experience for our passengers that’s always truly exceptionnel. Get in contact with one of our Talent Acquisition Partners to discuss any opportunities that we have or visit our careers page.
Go-Ahead is one of the UK's leading public transport providers, enabling more than a billion journeys each year on our bus and rail services. At Go-Ahead, we place great importance on partnership, adopting a collaborative approach with governments, local communities and strategic partners; developing and operating services that create long term value for all of us.