Transport for London are the integrated transport authority responsible for meeting Mayor Sadiq Khan's strategy and commitments on transport in London. TfL run the day-to-day operation of the Capital's public transport network and manage London's main roads.
Choosing what you do after school or university isn’t easy, so let TfL help you. TfL have big ambitions of creating a fairer, greener, healthier and more prosperous city. Their graduates come from all backgrounds, bringing their diverse talents to transform the city of London. You can make a big impact on London and the scope and scale of opportunity is enormous.
With so many career pathways and training opportunities available, TfL will help you transform your future and they'll be with you all the way.
You’ll receive a wealth of opportunities, benefits and policies to help you achieve success in all elements of your life, enabling you to bring your whole authentic self to work.
We strive to make TfL a great place to work as we know that people that bring 100%, give 100% back.
Pay and reward are important, but the true power is in the purpose. We give you the opportunity to see the true impact you have on the work that you do.
The personal contribution that you make means that you feel good about what you do and proud to have a career with a higher purpose.
In addition, you’ll enjoy some of these benefits:
Supporting and developing you:
Our award-winning teams will support your ongoing development, through a wide range of on-the-job practical experience and placements. We'll support your professional development through a combination of Training, Mentoring, and Networking.
You'll also receive one-to-one advice, guidance, and support throughout your programme through a dedicated:
Our highly skilled and experienced signals maintenance teams provide a 24-hour 365 service of emergency call-out, maintenance and fault rectification and ensure that safe signalling systems are always in operation on the London underground system.
Our Project Controls team are responsible for monitoring and systematically analysing progress and performance data on a variety of projects and new initiatives. Your role will help drive efficiency and ensure that we are delivering value for money, whilst developing expertise in estimating, planning, scheduling and cost engineering.
Our Engineers focus on the assets that form the foundation of our transport system. Working on multiple engineering mechanised rolling stock. From diesel plant to battery locomotives supporting the critical work that happens across the network. You will be trained in engineering principles in mechanical and electrical.
The Highways and Traffic apprenticeship is an exciting three-year developmental programme for people who want to be involved in the design and assurance of highway infrastructure, as well as providing professional technical advice for the day-to-day operation of our road network. Transport for Londons Road network carries high volumes of traffic of all modes including pedestrians, pedal cyclists, motor cyclists, micro mobility, buses, and coaches as well as heavy and light goods vehicles. We carry not just people but also goods, materials and provide essential transport links for emergency services.
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