Becoming a Railway Track Plant Operator
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Becoming a Railway Track Plant Operator

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Operates plant to lay, align, repair and maintain railway tracks. Registration or licensing may be required.
Training time - No data available -
Average pay $93,278
Employment prospects Poor
Employment size - No data available -

What does a Railway Track Plant Operator do?

  • driving plant to worksite
  • driving and manoeuvring plant on site
  • selecting and fitting attachments to plant
  • manipulating controls to operate attachments mechanically, hydraulically and electrically, and to move materials
  • monitoring operation of plant directly and by referring to instruments
  • monitoring condition of plant, performing minor repairs and reporting mechanical faults

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