Apologies, we are unable to post application forms as all of our recruitment is completed online. Please see our step by step recruitment guide which will talk you through the online application process.
There are various places in your local community that offer free internet access such as libraries or JobCentre Plus offices, alternatively you could visit an internet cafe however this may involve a small cost.
Before you can apply for a vacancy you will need to log in or register. Once you have done this you will also need to complete each part of your profile.
No, we require all applicants to complete the online application form to ensure that all applications can be screened consistently. Once you have submitted an online application, there is no need to submit your CV via email as this will not be considered as part of your application.
Unfortunately not, as we will only consider applications from current employees. If you do apply, your application will be withdrawn without us notifying you directly.
Not necessarily, as some of our positions are only advertised internally. However, if the position does become external, we would welcome your application if you feel you are a good match for the role.
Initially, you will receive an email to confirm receipt of your application. Following this, you will be able to keep track of how your application is progressing by logging in and viewing your profile and will also be notified via email when any changes to your application status are made.
If you are invited to an assessment event you will receive an email with full details of the event. However, if you are unsuccessful for a position you will still be notified of the outcome via email.
Some of our positions will receive particularly high volumes of interest and this can mean that the recruitment process, particularly the shortlisting stage can take a number of weeks. We apologise for any delays in contacting you, however we do ask for your patience in this matter and want to assure you that you will always be contacted via email once the outcome of your application has been decided.
In order to withdraw your application, please login to your account and select the ‘My Profile’ tab. Please then select the ‘Track My Application’ option and select the option to withdraw your application. Your ‘Application Status’ will then change to 'Application Withdrawn' and this is your confirmation that you are no longer being considered for the position. You will not receive an email to confirm your withdrawal.
Unfortunately, this may be because you are an external candidate who has applied for an internal only position and are therefore are unable to be considered. Please check if this is the case by reviewing the advert and your application.
If this is not the case and you are still uncertain as to why your application has been withdrawn, please contact the Recruitment Team via our 'Contact Us' page.
Unfortunately, due to the high volumes of applications that we receive, we are unable to provide individual feedback at this stage. However, we always recommend reviewing your application alongside the job description and advert provided in order to help you best match what we're looking for.
Unfortunately, we are unable to keep your application on file, but please register for ‘Job Notifications’ or follow us on Twitter at @tfwrail to be the first to know when new vacancies become available. If you are interested in another position you will have to login to your account and register your interest by applying for that role.
For certain roles, yes, you will be required to have a medical which includes drug and alcohol screening. The level of medical will depend on the position, some positions require a more stringent medical, whereas others will simply be a questionnaire.
Once we've made an offer to you, we will contact you to obtain your permission to carry our referencing and basic criminal record checks.
Transport for Wales - Rail Services recognises its responsibilities with regard to the integrity and security of Personal Data and information collected during the recruitment process in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998 (as amended) (the "Data Protection Legislation").
By accepting these Terms and consenting below, you agree that the information contained in your application and any other personal information obtained about you during the recruitment process ("Personal Data"), which may include Sensitive Personal Data (as defined in the Data Protection Act 1998), may be used by Transport for Wales - Rail Services and its affiliates for any purpose regarding your application. These purposes will include: recruitment activities related to this (or any future) vacancy; management and administration requirements; if you are offered a role with us we are permitted to use information collected during the recruitment process for the purpose of making the offer and to manage your on-going employment with us; and for compliance with any procedures, laws and regulations to which Transport for Wales - Rail Services is subject.
If you are offered a role with us then we will also undertake pre-employment checks, which may include, but not be limited to, checking your credit history, criminal records checks, address, academic qualifications and employer references.Accept & Continue