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  • Valuing diversity

    We respect all our people and their contribution to our success

  • Young office worker

    We aim to be a company where each individual is able to succeed and encouraged to reach their full potential within a culture that promotes diversity, inclusion and mutual respect. A company that creates sustainable value and is a natural choice for talent.

    We seek to employ people who reflect the diverse nature of society and we value people and their contribution, irrespective of age, sex, disability, sexual orientation, race, colour, religion or ethnic origin.

    Diversity means valuing all our people and the contribution they can make. We welcome the differences amongst them and believe that those differences give added depth to our work. We aspire to make the greatest possible use of their talent and capabilities and to provide real opportunities for their professional development.

    Our aspiration is that the behaviours and actions that support diversity and inclusion will come from the conviction of everyone here at Network Rail - making diversity and inclusion a conscious part of how we run our business throughout Britain.

    Diversity and inclusion strategy 2014-19 (PDF 2 MB)

  • Diversity Impact Assessment Trainers

    As part of the delivery of our Diversity and inclusion strategy 2014-19, Network Rail is recruiting Diversity Impact Assessment Trainers.  These trainers will help deliver a series of three hour workshops to raise the capability of 1500 people who have been identified (by role) as critical to the implementation of Network Rail’s new Diversity Impact Assessment process.

    We are looking for experienced trainers who have knowledge of the Public Sector Equality Duty and how it can be delivered through Diversity Impact Assessments. Additional knowledge of the use of DIAs on projects effecting the built environment will be an advantage. Interviews will take place in Milton Keynes on 23 November.

    Those successful at interview stage will be invited to shadow a training day delivered by our in-house team and attend a further train the trainer briefing in December. Candidates will then be given a trainers pack and will be shadowed by one of our trainers for their first session. This will form part of their assessment. Appointed trainers will then be asked to deliver up to 4 training sessions per month.

    Reasonable adjustments will be made at each stage for any disabled trainers.

    For further information and to express and interest – please email
    Closing date is 11 November 2015.