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Graduate Engineer, London at Network Rail
at Network Rail

How would you describe your job in 2-3 lines?
I am responsible for looking after telecoms, signaling and increasing capacity.
I get involved at the early stages of a project and follow it through to completion, getting involved with all kinds of stakeholders along the way.
What do you actually do on a day-to-day basis?
I interact with other employees, stakeholders, clients, and our contractors on a daily basis.
There is no such thing as a "typical day".
What are the main positives and negatives to your job?
Main positives are the responsibility I have been given, and also the learning opportunities i have been given.

The only negative that i can really think of, could actually be a positive, is that I have so much to do there is never enough time in the day.
What qualifications and skills are needed to be great at this job?
To do my job you need an Electrical Engineering Degree, be patient, logical, a good problem solver and a great communicator.
What advice would you give to candidates applying for a similar role at this company
Read 'How To Succeed At Assessment Centres'.
What hours do you actually work, on average? 8amto 6pm.
With the benefit of hindsight, would you choose to do this job again?
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Job Title:
Graduate Engineer
Years Experience:
0 - It’s an entry-level / graduate role
Average Rating:
Date of Review: 02nd Sep 2011
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