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Network Rail Infrastructure, through subsidiary Network Rail, owns, manages, and maintains 21,000 miles of track and 40,000 bridges and tunnels in England, Scotland, and Wales. Network Rail Infrastructure owns the nation's 2,500 railway stations but manages only the 18 largest; the rest of the stations are managed by train operating companies, which – more... provide passenger rail service. Passengers aren't all that ride Network Rail's system -- freight traffic has increased 50% under Network Rail's watch. Network Rail took over the UK's railways with backing from the government in 2002 from insolvent Railtrack Group. – less
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What is it like to work at Network Rail?

3.7
Work/Life Balance
3.8
Salary/Benefits
3.6
Job Security/Advancement
3.3
Management
3.5
Culture

What are people saying about the leadership at Network Rail?

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79%
of employees approve of Andrew Haines’s performance as CEO
CEO Approval is based on 215 ratings
3.0
if face fits
Written by Acting Team Leader Level 4 (Former Employee) from Stafford, Staffordshire on 18 March 2020
ok if not stabbed in the back, too many levels of management, if you wear a tie then youll be ok, dont try and show initiative. no support if unwell or shat on
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What jobs are available at Network Rail?

Top work locations
4.6
Coventry
4.4
Cardiff
4.3
Edinburgh
4.3
Crewe
4.2
Ashford
Most popular roles
4.8
PMO Manager
4.7
Works Manager
4.7
Linesman
4.5
Telecommunications Engineer
4.5
Work Experience

Network Rail jobs:

What did candidates say about the interview at Network Rail?

Interview experience
Based on 132 interviews
Average
Interview difficulty
Based on 133 interviews
Medium
Interview process length
Based on 128 interviews
More than one month
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