Feedback from Network Rail

Discussion in 'Railway Jobs & Careers' started by Rocketman, 2 Oct 2017.

  1. Rocketman

    Rocketman Member

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    Anybody have the email address to contact Network Rail for feedback regarding not getting an interview.

    Was looking to improve my chances for the next time.
     
  2. robert7111a

    robert7111a Established Member

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    You might want to look at your CV and supporting documentation?
     
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  4. Rocketman

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    It was for a project engineering role at Glasgow.
     
  5. Supernaut

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    Here you go bud RecruitmentSupport@Networkrail.co.uk

    I've had replies after a couple of days, not that they really gave any insight. "Thanks, but no thanks, keep an eye on our website" was about the lot. Was for a much different role, however.
     
  6. Rocketman

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    Thanks for that.

    You can't improve if you don't get feedback!
     
  7. red2005

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    Great to see a post like this!!..... so many people find they've been unsuccessful, don't bother getting feedback, keep falling short and then wonder why it's not happening for them!?

    If your car failed it's MOT you wouldn't put it through again without fixing the issue first would you!

    Hats off to you mate..... I'm sure you'll nail it next time pal, best of luck!
     
  8. John hughes

    John hughes New Member

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    Have a Track Op interview hour and half long seems like a big deal, already employed within industry but on a zero hour contract anyone help on any of this?? Cheers
    The interview will last around 1 hour 30 minutes. It will begin with a 45 minute competency based interview, followed by a 15 minute Tactical exercise where you will demonstrate the use of Torque.


    • Demonstrate an understanding of Network Rails Safety Vision.
     
  9. Garyjenk

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    Hi mate I have the same email today and was thinking tht myself, tbh Im new to the industry and do not have a clue what torque is
     
  10. Garyjenk

    Garyjenk New Member

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    Hi mate I have the same email today and was thinking tht myself, tbh Im new to the industry and do not have a clue what torque is
     
  11. Garyjenk

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    Hi mate I got accepted for interview today and its stating that I will have to demonstrate the use of torque was wondering if could tell me what that is as I'm new to this industry and wouldn't know this.
     
  12. Davegeezzer

    Davegeezzer New Member

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    I’ve been on the track for 22yr and I haven’t got a clue what torque is either !!! LoL I do know how to use a torque wrench if that’s any help
     
  13. Garyjenk

    Garyjenk New Member

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    Lol thanks for reply mate I'm clued up how to use and what a torque wrench is just didn't have a clue as what there meaning, any tips for interview if dont mind me asking
     
  14. ten7

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    Network Rail uses some kind of scoring system for their interview but I don't know what that scoring is based on. Just the questions or is it on how you communicate etc during interview too?
     

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