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Inside Motion is the internal newsletter of the Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland Railways and aims to keep our employees, volunteers and supporters up to date.

Entries for Inside Motion should be submitted to insidemotion@ffwhr.com

 
September 29th 2011
First Aid Week
First Aid Week this year will be held from 7 to 11 November inclusive at Minffordd.

All those who need to renew their three-year First Aid at Work Certificate and who need a two-day revision course, should let Sarah van Lottum know (sarah.van-lottum@festrail.co.uk).

Heads of Departments are invited to consider their departmental needs and arrange for additional members of staff to take the four-day course.

We have to arrange an appropriate number of instructors and examiners; we have to give a month's notice of the courses and obtain the books and paper work.

So please do not leave this until the last minute.

Gwasanaeth Meddygol Rheilffordd Ffestiniog Railway Medical Service.

 


September 27th 2011
Want to work with the best?
The Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railway is the UK's premier narrow gauge railway, with a history of innovation stretching back to 1832. Now with the completion of the Welsh Highland Railway from Caernarfon to Porthmadog, it forms a truly world class tourist attraction. Do you have what it takes to help operate 40 miles of the most challenging railway anywhere in the world?

We are looking for an Operating Officer to work within the Operating Department with the opportunity for rapid promotion to Deputy Operations Manager.

This is a rare opportunity to join the team behind one of the world’s most high profile heritage railways.

Skills/ Qualifications:
Railway operations experience an advantage.
Excellent written and oral communication skills.
Good interpersonal relations skills – both with staff and customers.
Ability to make decisions and remain calm under pressure.
Must be able to work as part of a team and develop team spirit.
Able to work with other departments on the railway.
Be physically fit.
Hold a full UK driving licence.

Responsibilities:
Production of Operating Department Rosters.
Maintenance of on train ticket machines.
Maintaining Safety Management System and competency records.
Rule Book production.

Basic 40 hours per week. Salary according to experience.

Applications should be in by 7th October, interviews will be held in late October.

Contact F&WHR Operations Manager Sean Britton on 01766 516000 or email sean.britton@festrail.co.uk

 


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