Michael Clark, director of policy and transformation at the Great British Railways Transition Team, discusses the launch of a new jobs’ board
At the Great British Railways Transition Team (GBRTT) we want to attract a diverse and talented group of people from across the rail industry and beyond to help deliver our vision of a simpler, better railway for everyone in Britain. So, I’m really pleased to share that we have launched our new jobs board, where all future roles within the team will be advertised.
As part of our purpose at GBRTT, we are striving to improve equality, diversity, and inclusion in rail. We want the jobs board to be the catalyst to help us reach more talented people and build an inclusive culture across the sector.
We want people to join us to work across our wide range of responsibilities, including to help the industry recover from the pandemic, develop a 30-year strategy for the railway, improve financial management, develop a customer-focussed culture, and drive forward a programme to deliver changes to fares, ticketing, and retail. We’re also designing how Great British Railways will look and operate as the railway’s guiding mind in the future.
We will be releasing jobs in regular waves as our remit grows and we develop towards being the guiding mind.
Sound exciting? We’re looking for people from different backgrounds and skillsets, from commercial to operational, project to policy and more. We want people who can take ownership, work collaboratively, and want to embrace new opportunities. Above all we want people with a passion for making the railways better.
In return, we offer the opportunity to work on one of the biggest transformation projects in the country, to help shape the future of the railways as we design it, and to work alongside talented people from across all parts of the industry and beyond. Joining GBRTT will be career-enhancing: a unique chance to be part of the team delivering generational change to one of our nation’s vital industries and doing so for the benefit of everyone in Britain.
To find out more about careers at GBRTT and see the roles that are now open for applications, please visit our jobs board website: jobs.gbrtt.co.uk. We look forward to engaging with prospective candidates as we open our opportunities to all.