Alstom is a global player and the leading provider of trains, systems, equipment and services for the rail sector in the UK and in Ireland. In the UK Alstom designs, develops, manufactures, tests and services trains, signalling equipment, and infrastructure systems for the UK and export markets employing over 6,000 people including apprentices. This is comprised of around 2,000 at Derby, including over 400 specialised engineers, with train maintenance staff in London and at depots across the UK.
Participating in the ‘Big Rail Diversity Challenge’, alongside such a wide range of companies and customers in the UK rail industry, is a fantastic opportunity for everyone involved. Will both genders in each team perform roles perceived as “non-traditional” or will the challenges highlight particular abilities? What a way to find out!