A trade assistant supports tradespeople in workshops and on construction sites. They use tools, prepare work areas, clean equipment, and provide general labour.
Plant maintainers use tools and machines to repair, install, and assemble large rail equipment and infrastructure. They ensure the reliability and safety of trains, carriages, plant machinery, and more.
Plant operators use construction machinery to build and maintain rail infrastructure. They operate forklifts, cranes, trucks, bobcats, excavators, and more.
Plumbers install and repair systems that carry water, sewerage and gas. They’re fundamental to building new rail lines, tunnels, freight hubs, and passenger stations.
Sheetmetal workers cut, shape, and combine materials to make rail equipment and infrastructure. They help maintain trains, carriages, track, and other rail assets. They may also help to build new machines and prototypes for manufacturing.
Machine maintainers use tools and machines to repair, install, and assemble rail equipment and infrastructure. They ensure the reliability and safety of trains, carriages, plant machinery, and more.
Machine operators use machines to manufacture materials for the construction and maintenance of railway infrastructure. They may also maintain and repair equipment when necessary.
Electrical linespersons construct, maintain, and repair the overhead lines and systems that power urban railways. They attend to electrical breakdowns and emergencies.
An electrical technician maintains and fixes electrical equipment and systems on railways. They follow a schedule to inspect and maintain signalling equipment, level crossings, power systems, and control systems. They are first on the scene when electrical equipment breaks down.
Fitters use tools and machines to cut and shape metal parts for rail equipment and infrastructure. They help to maintain trains, carriages, track and other railway infrastructure. They may also help to build new machines and prototypes for manufacturing.
Automotive electricians repair and maintain rail and road vehicles. They use diagnostic tools to find faults in electrical systems, and then repair or replace parts and wiring.
A boilermaker uses specialised equipment to cut, bend, and join metals into complex structures. They also use blueprints or specifications to inspect and repair rail equipment.
Carpenters use tools to build frames, walls, and structures with timber and other materials. They start with plans and drawings and then select, prepare, and assemble materials into finished structures.