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Working for Angel Trains

We pride ourselves on the calibre of our people, which is why we invest significantly in their professional development. Angel Trains' annual spend on training is typically £1,000 per head, which is more than three times the UK average.

Our development provision includes: personal development plans, sponsorship of professional qualifications, ad hoc training, coaching, learning lunches and specific Senior Management development.

Each year we undertake an externally run employee survey. Over the past three years we have achieved an average response rate of 95%, with an average overall satisfaction rate of 85% - well above the UK benchmark.

Working at Angel Trains will place you at the centre of one of the UK's most dynamic industries - to begin your journey take a look at our current vacancies.

Accredited Graduate Training Scheme

Our two-year graduate training scheme is accredited by both IMechE (the Institution of Mechanical Engineers) and IET (the Institution of Engineering and Technology).

This means that a graduate trainee successfully completing our scheme will have had the experience and opportunity to demonstrate the competencies required by IMechE and IET and supports our current, recent and future Graduate Trainees on their path to achieving Chartered Engineer status.

Current Vacancies

We are always keen to hear from highly-skilled individuals who share our values and our vision to be Britain's leading rolling stock asset manager.

If you'd like to hear more about careers at Angel Trains, then send your CV along with a covering letter to hr@angeltrains.co.uk

  • Fleet Engineer

    Competitive Salary and Package
    London or Derby based

    We have a vacancy for a Fleet Engineer in our Diesel Team reporting to the Fleet Asset Manager working from our Derby or London office. The post holder will take responsibility for the technical aspects of the fleet (including safety, reliability, maintenance and asset protection). A big part of the role involves liaising with internal and external stakeholders. At a base level, this involves providing technical advice and support but due to the complex nature of our supplier and customer relationships the post holder will need strong interpersonal skills in order to lead without formal authority and drive the technical strategy for the fleet.

    If you are interested in applying you should be able to demonstrate that you are self-motivated. You should be able to show a clear aptitude for taking the lead in technical scenarios as well as being able to negotiate, persuade and encourage collaboration. We are looking for somebody who is already a Chartered Engineer or who is on a clear path to become Chartered.

    If you are interested in the role, please email your CV to HR@angeltrains.co.uk.

Angel Trains was accredited in the 2011 Sunday Times Best Companies survey as a "First Class" company to work for.

In 2015 we were delighted to be accredited at silver standard level by Investors in People following our first ever assessment.