Rail companies employ graduate Engineers who become further specialised through additional training of up to two years. The following examples are only three of the many possible Engineering positions in the rail industry.
Different types of rail organisations have different needs for engineers. Rail Infrastructure companies require more Railway Engineers and Rail Operations require more Mechanical Engineers.
Duties for an Engineer will vary with the specialisation. Generally speaking, an Engineer is involved in the entire production process from researching and investigating technical issues, creating and refining concepts, working with draftsmen to lay out technical drawings which form the foundation of a train and managing the supply, delivery and commissioning of works to ensure that everything runs as it should.
A graduate degree in Engineering is a requirement for this position.
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