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Track Operative/Machine Operator - Luton (Toddington)

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Location – Luton(Toddington)

About the role

We are looking for trackmen to assist our highly trained machine operators. The role will primarily involve assisting the more experienced operators out on site as you learn more about the company and the machines. One of our key strengths at McCulloch Rail is once you learn and see the machines in action you will be given training on how to work the TRTs to become a fully qualified machine operator. Once you gain sufficient experience within the company there will be an opportunity where you can become a highly trained operator and learn to use our bigger machines.

This will be a hands-on role where the work will predominantly be outside and at night. 


  •       Willing to work weekends and in shift patterns
  •       Conscientious and reliable
  •       Full UK driving license
  •       Keen to develop new skills and training.


  •       PTS
  •       PTS (DCCR)
  •       Track Induction

How to apply

McCulloch Rail are thrilled to extend an opportunity to join our company, we offer a very competitive starting salary and a 32 hour contract. The salary will increase depending on the level of training.

The majority of training is completed in house and all training requirements are provided for by the company. We will provide all transport to and from work (exceptions for Depots) and equip you with all the required PPE you will ever need.

Please contact christine@mccullochrail.com if you are interested in this vacancy or download the application form from the website and send to christine@mccullochrail.com

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