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Jobs


This is an exciting time to join the North West Rail Link project as we embark on building Australia's biggest public transport infrastructure project.

In fact, the North West Rail Link is as significant to the people of the North West as the Sydney Harbour Bridge was to the North Shore.

When the North West Rail Link opens in the first half of 2019, it will benefit not only the 400,000 people who already live in the North West region, but also the extra 200,000 people who will be living in the area over the next 20 years.

To help us achieve our commitment to deliver a quality rail link that meets the needs of our customers, the project team will be looking for talented candidates to help us shape the future of a world-class system.

Jobs will become available for the North West Rail Link as construction work progresses and the three major contracts are awarded for the project. The three contracts are:

  • Tunnels and Station Civil Works (i.e. tunnelling)
  • Surface and Viaduct Civil Works (i.e. skytrain)
  • Operations, Trains and Systems.


To search for a job with the North West Rail Link project team click on the tabs below which will take you to the three major contractors for the project. The contractors will advertise positions on behalf of the project as required.

Business opportunities


In addition, to maximise the benefits of construction of the North West Rail Link for businesses in the North West and all of NSW, an industry “match-making” program has been established.
 
The program helps link businesses and trades like electricians, plumbers, truck drivers, concreters, tilers, mechanics and surveyors with the managers of each major contract on the North West Rail Link.
 
The program is being run by Industry Capability Network, a business network that connects companies to projects and is funded by the NSW Government through NSW Trade and Investment.
 
 Small businesses can register their interest for free online at gateway.icn.org.au

Tunnelling contractor jobs


For tunnelling job opportunities, go to the website of  Thiess John Holland Dragados which has been awarded the $1.15 billion tunnelling contract.
 
The contract involves building 15 km of twin tunnels from Bella Vista to Epping – the longest railway tunnels to ever be built in Australia.
 
The contract also includes excavation and civil works for five new stations at Cherrybrook, Castle Hill, Showground, Norwest and Bella Vista, and two service facilities.

Skytrain contractor jobs


For skytrain job opportunities go to the website of  Impregilo-Salini joint venture which has been awarded the $340 million skytrain contract.
 
This contract will involve building the 4 km skytrain between Bella Vista and Rouse Hill, along with other surface works like bridges, embankments and railway cuttings.
 

Operations, trains and systems contractor jobs


The NSW Government has announced that the Northwest Rapid Transit consortium has been selected as the operator to deliver the North West Rail Link’s operations contract.

As previously announced, this consortium is made up of: MTR Corporation (Australia), John Holland, Leighton Contractors, UGL Rail Services and Plenary Group.

This contract will involve building stations, car parks, supplying trains, installing tracks, converting the Epping to Chatswood rail link to rapid transit, as well as operating the new link.
 
Please visit this page again in the near future for information about jobs.