A unique rail candidate network

Our unique railway candidate network
We have an extensive network of rail candidates, as well as experienced consultants to pre-select them. This means that, given a market rate salary, we can source candidates with virtually any criteria.
Candidates from all railway disciplines and from all over the world
Our candidates come from all Rail Engineering disciplines with various levels of experience and seniority
We source our candidates worldwide, from every country with existing railway infrastructure. On a given rail project, candidates can be sourced both locally and internationally depending on the required profiles.
Qualified candidates from all levels of seniority
We cover all levels of seniority and all types of qualifications:
Engineering Specialist Technical Labour
Top Management Top Management    
Director Director    
Manager Manager Supervisor  
Snr Engineer Snr Specialist Snr Technician Leader
Jnr Engineer Jnr Specialist Technician Labourer
Graduate Eng Graduate Spec. Jnr Technician Labourer


Candidates for every Rail Project stage
We select candidates depending on the project stage experience required:
> Transportation Studies Outline Design
> Detailed Design
> Construction and Installation
> Testing and Commissioning 
> Operations, Warranty and Maintenance


Candidates with experience in various types of companies
We select candidates according to the type of company they have experience in:
  • Main Client/Project Owner
  • Transportation Studies companies
  • Project Management companies
  • Main Contractors (for rail Systems or Civil)
  • Sub-Contractors (for the various railway Engineering disciplines)
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