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Orion Rail & Training Services has operational offices in London, Birmingham, Wigan, Bristol and Glasgow. This is supported by Orion Group offices in Inverness, Aberdeen, Dunfermline, Belfast and Newcastle.

Supply of contract & permanent personnel/supply of blue & white collar:

  • Engineering Supervisors (ES)
  • RETB Operators
  • Points Operators
  • Barrier Attendants
  • Crane Controllers/Machine Controllers
  • Protection Controllers (PC)
  • Controllers of Site Safety (COSS)
  • Individuals Working Alone (IWA)
  • Hand Signallers
  • Lookouts
  • Qualified Track Safety Personnel
  • Plant Operators
  • Skilled and Semi Skilled Labour

 

Orion Rail Services are also Link-Up approved to carry out Cable and Route laying works and PWAY maintenance through a variety of White Collar Personnel. Rail recruitment jobs we specialise in include; Rail Maintenance Engineers, Project Manager jobs, Project Engineer jobs, CAD Operator jobs, Rimini Planner jobs, PWay Designers/Engineer jobs, Safety Manager (Nebosh) jobs, Contract Supervisor jobs, Site Agent jobs, Welding Manager jobs, Welders jobs, Surveyor jobs and IRATA qualified Rope Access Technicians jobs.

Experts in providing rail recruitment, our clients include Network Rail, Balfour Beatty, Bam Nuttall, Siemens, Carillion, SPT, Murphy, Spencer, Babcock Rail, Atkins and Invensys Rail.

 

For more information visit Orion Rail



Latest jobs

COSS
  • Salary Negotiable
  • Job type Contract
  • Location London
  • Description COSS (Controller of site safety) Coss required for weekend works to COSS PWAY work group across London and Kent. Various weekend shifts (Days/Nights/Weekend) Must be reliable
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