Becoming a Transport Operations Inspector
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Becoming a Transport Operations Inspector

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Monitors scheduled train, tram and bus services and investigates accidents, complaints and service disruptions.
Training time - No data available -
Average pay $77,618
Employment prospects Moderate
Employment size 800

What does a Transport Operations Inspector do?

  • searching aircraft, vehicles, premises and people, and checking documents and goods to detect illegal activities such as undocumented cargo, prohibited goods and illegal aliens
  • examining and assessing visas and residency applications
  • testing applicants' ability to operate a motor vehicle, assessing applicants' suitability to hold learner's permits and probationary licences, and issuing learner's permits and probationary licences
  • identifying pest and weed problems and determining treatments and management
  • assessing claims for government benefits
  • carrying out random checks of taxation documents to detect non-compliance with taxation legislation
  • conducting visual checks of the mechanical, structural, electrical, pneumatic and hydraulic systems of railway wagons, carriages and locomotives for condition and correct classification
  • ensuring that train, tram and bus services are provided according to schedule, monitoring the cleanliness, presentation and condition of vehicles, and recommending improvements and changes to services


  • Bus Inspector
  • Tram Inspector

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