The Office of Rail and Road (ORR) protects the interests of rail and road users, improving the safety, value and performance of railways and roads today and in the future.
Closing date - 14 June 2020
Diversity and equality
We are committed to promoting diversity and equality of opportunity in our recruitment processes and all aspects of our work. Personal data is collected to facilitate the recruitment process and used for anonymised reporting purposes. If you are shortlisted, interviews can be held in any of our offices, which are based in London, Bristol, Manchester, Birmingham, Glasgow or York.
As part of the Civil Service commitment to build a more diverse, inclusive workforce that better reflects the society we serve, ORR operates an anonymised approach to recruitment. This means we remove personal details from applications and CVs before they reach hiring managers that shortlist for the interview stage.
Please be aware that ORR and its third party suppliers hold the information you submit in accordance with this policy.
Civil Service reform
ORR has updated its terms and conditions of employment as part of Civil Service Reform. For more information on whether this will affect you, please follow the link to our rewards & benefits page.
It is the candidate's responsibility to ensure they are aware of the Terms and Conditions they will adopt should they be successful in application.
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