Network Rail Brand Ambassador

Want a job that’s part-time, paid and provides you with practical experience? Become a Network Rail Brand Ambassador!

“I believe one of the highlights of the campaign was definitely when I collaborated with WSET and held a presentation of Network Rail at the Women in Science, Engineering and Technology flagship event.”

Brand Ambassador for Network Rail with On-Campus Promotions

Universities we are recruiting at

Network Rail are recruiting Brand Ambassadors at the following universities:

University of Birmingham
Cardiff University
University of Leeds
University of Leicester
Loughborough University
University of Manchester
Newcastle University
University of Nottingham
University of Sheffield
University of Strathclyde
University College London (UCL)
University of York

Who we are looking for

We are looking for confident, self-motivated students who can balance university life with part-time work.

If you are…

★ Study Engineering or have strong connections to Engineering societies
★ Can show that you have researched Network Rail
★ Are hardworking, reliable and organised
★ Know your university campus inside out!

…then we want you.

Why Network Rail?

Our rail network is the fastest growing and safest in Europe. But we still have work to do to create a railway fit for 21st century Britain. We’re already making history through some of the largest engineering projects in Europe: Crossrail, Birmingham New Street Station, London Bridge, HS2 and Thameslink. Our award-winning architectural developments are helping to regenerate towns, cities and businesses whilst new train lines are connecting communities. We offer two overarching routes for graduates, Engineering and Business Management.

We’re looking to invest in graduates who are committed to making a difference, to help transform Britain’s rail infrastructure, transport network and economy for the 22nd century.

Being a graduate at Network Rail gives you so much more than just a job – you’ll have the opportunity to get involved with charitable work, take part in extra-curricular activities like team sports, attend events and, perhaps most importantly, you’ll get the chance to make new friends.

For more information, check out their graduate recruitment website, Facebook and Twitter pages.

What’s involved?

You will be paid £8/hour to get involved in activities like networking across your campus, coming up with innovative marketing campaigns and:

★ Attending and supporting at employer-led events

★ Organising and leading your own events

★ Data capture

★ Providing competitor insights

★ Social media promotion and competitions

Please note if you’re applying for Network Rail, you will need to select the company as your number one preferred employer and select N/A for all other options.

Remember we recruit on a rolling basis so please submit your application to avoid missing out… get ahead of the competition! Read the application form carefully and select Network Rail as your preferred employer.

The Training Day will take place at Network Rail’s offices in Milton Keynes on Thursday 28th September 2017 and the final deadline for applications is 14th September 2017.