Transport for London (TfL) is to create 100 graduate roles
5 October 2012
Transport for London (TfL) is to recruit up to 100 graduate trainees in the UK.
The graduate roles will be available in areas including engineering, project management, and technical and corporate roles as TfL continues to upgrade London’s transport network.
Depending on their subject, graduates will spend up to three years as trainees, joining teams at various sites across London. The new hires will be involved in projects such as the Victoria Station upgrade, Barclays Cycle Hire, Northern Line Extension and London Overground.
Transport Commissioner, Peter Hendy CBE, says: "TfL, along with the Mayor and our suppliers, are all committed to offering fantastic opportunities both on our graduate and apprenticeship schemes.
"The transport industry needs highly motivated recruits and we can offer a long and fulfilling career with world class training. I know, as I started as a Graduate Trainee in 1975."
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