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Rail Engineer

Studying Maths, English and Science?  You could become a Rail Engineer

As a rail engineering technician, you would install and service the mechanical and electrical systems found on train engines,  passenger carriages and other rolling stock. If you've got good mechanical and electrical skills, and you can work with technical drawings, this job could suit you well.

To be good at this job you should also have good problem-solving skills. You should be able to work in a team and be physically fit.

To become a rail engineering technician you normally need experience of working as a mechanical fitter, electrician or craftsperson in another industry. You may be able to get into this job through an Apprenticeship scheme.

  • Hours 37 per week
  •  Starting salary £12,000 + per year

For further information on how to become a Rail Engineer and / or search for related careers please visit: https://nationalcareersservice.direct.gov.uk/advice/planning/jobprofiles/Pages/railengineeringtechnician.aspx