£30,000 - £40,000
10 Apr 2012
10 May 2012
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£30,000 - £40,000
Infrastructure Projects, Western & Wales

  • Join a team that’s right at the heart of our work
  • Drive best value and best practice
  • Stimulating and highly varied work

Enjoy award-winning professional development opportunities (CIPS Awards 2011)

If you’re looking for the most exciting opportunities in estimating, your search ends here. Revitalising Britain’s railway, our remit’s as vast as it is challenging – we’re involved in some of the most diverse, ambitious ventures Britain has ever seen, including Crossrail, Europe’s largest engineering project. Add your expertise to ours, and you’ll help us transform the way people travel.

Our newly re-launched Infrastructure Projects business unit has a key role to play in rebuilding and renewing our railway. Encompassing four regional delivery units, a national Signalling division, Thameslink and the Railway Communication System programmes, it's totally focused on one all-important aim. To deliver every capital project at maximum effectiveness and best value through  top-quality control and management.

Add your skills to this dynamic team and you’ll have every opportunity to broaden your expertise and stretch yourself to the full. Managing and delivering estimates at project level, you'll actively seek out ways to promote good practice. You can also expect plenty of scope to work with our procurement and commercial teams on tender or contract price analysis and unit cost modelling.

You'll need:

  • Basic-level qualification in Estimating or Quantity Surveying
  • Successful professional track record
  • Understanding of project management, planning, risk and investment processes
  • Working knowledge of cost planning techniques

Our team is second to none. Through our work, we deliver the projects that keep Britain moving – resulting in better value for its train operators, and an improved experience for the millions who depend on these services every day.

Network Rail welcomes applications from a diverse range of candidates regardless of background, disability or gender and is committed to creating a workforce as diverse as the communities we serve.

To find out more about this position and apply, please visit and insert ‘IRC591419 ’ into the keyword search.

Closing date: 15 April 2012.