Mission: Our vision is a better railway for a better Britain. This means delivering a railway that is safer, more reliable and more efficient than ever before, and that will help to build a thriving, sustainable economy.
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I applied online. I interviewed at Network Rail (Birmingham, England).
Face to face interview.
Very good experience, two assessors - first half of interview was questioning and second half was a technical task
Questions were general interview questions
Technical task was in two parts:
1) assessing a bridge strike - what to do next etc.
2) assessing a report of an over bridge and describing the major defects and how to rectify them
We're celebrating Disability week!
Can do, our employee Network for colleagues with disabilities are facilitating a week of events and activities to help us all think differently about disabilities, whether physical or mental, visible or non-visible, and how we can support colleagues in the work place or personally.
Each day, we will be focusing on a specific theme to share knowledge, provide support and challenge the stereotypes of disability. By getting involved, colleagues can help us inspire #disabilityconfidence at Network Rail.
Find out more about why we were recognised as a disability confident leader -> http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQGXC
It’s day two of disability week and we had such a great start yesterday! We were in Waterloo station to mark it’s 170th anniversary along with WheelPower to support the celebration of 70 years of wheelchair sports, WheelPower being the birthplace of the Paralympic Movement.
We celebrated disability confidence with WheelPower where their team of incredible athletes raised awareness through the medium of sport. Our team are so excited to be in waterloo today with more activities to inspire #disabilityconfidence