At Morson, our dedicated railway and transport division is the UK’s leading provider of the latest railway jobs. Working with some of the biggest companies in the sector to source and recruit highly experienced, knowledgeable rail personnel Morson has some of the most exciting railway jobs in the industry.
With plans for new high-speed rail links connecting both London and Birmingham, and then later Manchester and Leeds, railway jobs are available across all divisions to support this much-anticipated project. Alongside HS2, railway upgrade projects are also being undertaken to improve services, from electrification to signalling. This has created a demand for a variety of rail jobs, which we have a wealth of experience recruiting for. Click here to search opportunities.
With over 40 years in the field, we have adapted to ongoing changes in the sector and offer full compliance with all statutory and rail industry requirements. This has helped to establish our strong reputation for providing essential support. Offering a tailored, concise approach, our rail recruitment division is split into two specialisms; one for blue-collar staff (support services) and the other for white collar roles (technical services). Therefore we are able to offer unrivalled support for rail candidates looking for a new position.
Who we work with:
Extensive resources and close relationships with clients have enabled us to source rail professionals for some of the industry’s leading companies, including but not limited to:
- Network Rail
- Transport for London (TfL)
Projects we work on:
We supply railway professionals for some of the world's most prestigious infrastructure projects, including:
- JNUP Program
- Victoria and Northern Line upgrades
- West Coast Route Modernisation (WCRM) programme
Our large client pool, plus our unique candidate support, is what sets us at Morson apart for railway jobs. We reward our job seekers with practical CV tips and help with interview techniques to ensure a smooth, stress-free and swift transition into their new role.