Becoming a Railway Signal Operator
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Becoming a Railway Signal Operator

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Also known as Railway Switching and Signalling Operator.
Controls the movement of trains, and assembles and disassembles trains within a marshalling yard.
Training time - No data available -
Average pay $106,015
Employment prospects Poor
Employment size 400

What does a Railway Signal Operator do?

  • Controls the movement of trains, and assembles and disassembles trains within a marshalling yard.

Specialisations

  • Railway Shunter
  • Railway Yard Assistant

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