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Every job starts with an application. This work experience is the same. Read the job description below, and follow the prompts to begin the next phase of your Network Controller journey!

Systems and Signals Operator at Inland Rail

Inland Rail, a-once-in-a-generation rail infrastructure project, is the backbone of a modern network for a modern nation. 

Our Signals and Systems Operators direct the movement of trains every day. Stationed in the Network Control Centre, they serve the rail community and keep people safe. They know how to work within strict time constraints; communicate with train personnel, field workers, and emergency services; and can keep calm when things go wrong. 

Your tasks will include:

  • Operating a Phoenix Train Order System (PTOS)
  • Coordinating an emergency response 
  • Making a Future Ideas Pitch, where you explore your prediction for the future of rail signalling in Australia 

How to apply

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Before you apply for any job, research the company you're applying to. This will help you learn more about the goals and culture of the organisation you'll be working for. It will also help you ace your interview and land the job 🙌 because the hiring manager will appreciate that you've taken initiative and done your homework.

A good place to start for research is the company website. Go to Inland Rail’s website here.

You can also watch the video from Inland Rail below: 

Once you've done your research, make sure you can answer the questions in the quiz below!

Ok, it’s time to make it ✍️ official!

Apply now by submitting a video answering the following 3 questions (don’t forget to introduce yourself!)

  1. Why are you interested in this job?
  2. What are you hoping to learn?
  3. Why do you want to work for this company?

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