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Transport for London jobs (TfL) on this page. Follow this link for more jobs in the transport and travel careers across Kent and the South East of England. Although the primary focus of this page is jobs in Kent, TfL jobs are well within commuting distance.
Transport for London was created in the year 2000, although it didn't assume responsibility for the tube until 2003. It is the organ that manages transport services across the capital. Integrating seven separate transportation providers is a key part of it's responsibilities. These services include: the Underground, DLR, London's Buses, The London Overground Rail Network, London River Services and Victoria Coach Station. Transport for London's other responsibilities include: running the congestion charge, maintaining nearly 600km of roads and all the traffic lights in London and last but not least the regulation of London's Taxis.
As well as vacancies for the organisation itself the corporate recruitment website holds details connected bus driver recruitment in greater London. The resources include details of London's bus operators. Bus drivers can earn up to £600 a week, they require a PCV license, in some cases training may be provided by the bus operator. Recruitment resources linked from the website include: Metrobus in Orpington, Selkent in Bromley, First in Orpington, Arriva in Dartford and London Central in Bexleyheath.
Benefits and rewards for employees are likely to include:
Vacancies at Transport for London reflect the size and scope of the work TfL carries out. Their current vacancies currently include: Track Engineer and Planners, KPI Analysts, Trainers, Director of HR Delivery, Dial A Ride Reservationists, /Trauma Practitioners, Compliance Officers Performance Engineers, Streetworks Engineer and Fault Control Operators
TfL is keen to attract bright people to help run the organisation, at the time of writing they had four graduate recruitment schemes.You will only be able to apply for one scheme at any one time. They will only accept applications for one scheme per candidate. In the case you are not a EU or EEA national, you must be in possession of a valid work permit. The current schemes are (at the time of writing):
If you want to earn as you learn and build a platform towards a rewarding career a TfL apprenticeship might be for you. Six schemes currently available. http://www.tfl.gov.uk/corporate/jobs/17128.aspx
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Retail jobs in Kent
The retail sector now dominates employment opportunities in most major towns. We publish a retail employment feature outlining most of the UK's major high street employers including; Tesco, Sainsbury, Asda, Morrisons, B&Q, Boots and many more.
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