To maintain the momentum of its massive upgrade of the Hunter Valley rail network, Australian Rail Track Corporation has launched a new job recruitment campaign.
The campaign will lead to the employment of 35 engineer and project manager positions, all based in the lower Hunter, Executive General Manager for the Hunter Valley Rail Network, Alec Mackenzie said today.
"As ARTC embarks on network enhancements into the billions, we need more skilled people to turn our strategy into reality.
"We are looking for people with skills over many disciplines to be involved in projects that will be both satisfying and challenging.
"The Hunter Valley rail network is the busiest freight rail network in Australia and as it grows ARTC needs additional personnel to deliver that growth.
"These are Hunter Valley jobs in an exciting and growing industry and the whole Hunter will benefit from the increased skills base these appointments will bring.
"The jobs are also attractive in that they are locally-based – not fly-in, fly-out, so this is a real opportunity for families to enjoy being a part of the Hunter Valley lifestyle," Mr Mackenzie said.
ARTC is seeking Project Engineers, Project Managers, Project Team Leaders, Senior Signalling and Systems Engineers, Senior Development Engineers and Possessions Logistics Coordinators.
Full position descriptions for the new jobs can be found in the careers section of the ARTC website: www.artc.com.au