Project planners support the construction of new rail infrastructure and major system or network improvements. They help organise projects, manage contracts, and coordinate teams.
Project managers lead the delivery of projects such as new rail infrastructure, or major system or network improvements. They manage all parts of the project, often coordinating a team of engineers, planners and designers.
Project designers help plan and deliver rail infrastructure projects. They identify project features, and develop design documentation and technical specifications that meet project goals.
Document controllers keep business documents current, processed and stored. They ensure records are safe, secure and available for business or project needs.
A draftsperson creates technical drawings that assist the design and construction of rail infrastructure and equipment. They use computer-aided design (CAD) to prepare diagrams, estimate material costs, and create specifications.
Estimators calculate the time, money, materials, and labour required to complete rail infrastructure projects. They help prepare the budget and bill of quantities when tendering for new projects, negotiating contracts, or auditing projects.