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There are currently more than 1.5bn passenger journeys made by rail each year. It is predicted by 2019 the railway will be carrying more people than at any time in its history, therefore the need for top class Customer Service has never been higher.

Are you a people person? Would you thrive on helping people reach their destination? Are you willing to go the extra mile every time?
If your answer is yes to the above, have you considered a career in rail as a customer service representative? As essential to the rail network as any engineer or a train driver, customer service operatives enable train operating companies to deliver on their promises, providing consistent and high quality service to passengers. Every day is different with more excitement and challenges to overcome, so if you are ready for that challenge, start searching for a rail job … today!

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