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Engineer in transport tunnel
Engineer in transport tunnel

​Help us build a world-class transport system for the people of New South Wales

Right now Transport for NSW is delivering the largest transport infrastructure program this nation has ever seen, with over $41.5 billion worth of investment allocated over the next four years to develop a world-class, integrated transport system for New South Wales.

We are shaping the future of transport and our program of works rivals global projects in terms of their scale, complexity and impact on the community. Our projects include Sydney Metro, the procurement of new fleets of ferries and trains, Wynyard Walk, Barangaroo Ferry Hub, and a range of urban renewal and operational systems that improve transport across the entire network. 

We’re looking for engineering, technology, project, commercial and technical professionals who can help us turn our vision for transport into a reality. Opportunities are available in Sydney and across NSW working within our Infrastructure and Services Division and Sydney Metro.

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If you are interested in joining our ground-breaking program of works in the professions below, we want to hear from you. Click the button to search and apply for specific roles or to send us your resume as an expression of interest via the links below.

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Why join us

Working for Transport offers the excitement and challenge of high-impact projects on a massive scale, within an environment that values diversity, collaboration and respect and offers flexibility and balance. Here are four reasons to work for Transport:

1. You’ll be part of something bigger

Working for Transport is more than just a job. It’s about leaving a lasting legacy for our community and making NSW a better place to live, work and visit. 

We have the commitment, plans and resources in place to tackle some of the most complex infrastructure and service delivery challenges Australia has seen and by joining us you will play a role in turning these challenges into opportunities for shaping the future of our State.

2. We value diversity

When you join Transport you join a group of capable professionals who reflect the diverse community we serve. We celebrate diversity and welcome different perspectives as a source of strength and a key to success. 

By creating a workplace that is inclusive and where everyone feels valued we support creativity, innovation, and productivity and have a better chance of meeting the changing needs of our community.   

3. You’ll have opportunities to grow

Working for an organisation that has more than 25,000 people working across a diverse range of businesses opens up unparalleled opportunities for mobility and experience, allowing you to move within your team or beyond.

We support all our people to achieve their career goals through individual development plans and a range of engaging and effective continual learning and development programs.

4. We’ll support you to make time for what counts

At Transport we don’t just talk about flexibility, we make it happen. Our ‘flexibility works’ program gives our people choices about how they fulfil their work commitments and make their contribution to the future of transport in NSW while still achieving their own personal priorities.

We know that maintaining balance keeps our people engaged and productive so whether you want to help the kids with their homework, pursue further study, or simply work better when not tied to a desk - we will help you make it happen.

Infrastructure and Services (I&S) Division

Infrastructure and Services (I&S) Division within Transport for NSW transforms strategy into transport networks and services, efficiently and effectively. 
It also provides:

  • Integrated end-to-end planning
  • Design and development of transport assets
  • Delivery and operations of transport assets

Key Projects

The Infrastructure and Services pipeline of projects is worth $27B over the next ten years.

We are focused on growth in all facets of our industry including growing our network, our capacity and our customers in both metropolitan Sydney and regional areas.

We are building urban centres and multimodal transport hubs and interchanges for buses, trains, light rail and ferries.

We’re revitalising cities, transforming them for the future, connecting people and improving our customer experience.

Infrastructure and Services key projects currently in implementation mode are:

  • Light Rail: CBD, Newcastle & Parramatta.
  • Buses: Sydney’s Bus Future & Bus Priority, Northern Beaches B-Line, rapid bus corridors.
  • Ferries: Inner Harbour & Parramatta River.
  • Technology: Automatic Train Protection,
  • Advanced Train Control Systems & Intelligent Congestion Management Program.
  • Transport Access: station, interchange and wharf improvements.
  • Regional Rail Development: New Intercity Fleet and Maintenance Facility.

Service Planning & Development turns strategic concepts into delivery plans that combine service, asset and systems as well as environmental advice.

Rail Service Delivery Office implements the NSW transport strategy by creating and program managing a rolling 10 year rail development plan and prioritised investment program for rail services, fleet and infrastructure.

Program Delivery successfully delivers transport projects from design through to operational readiness and handover. It also delivers division-wide engineering services. Service Delivery & Performance is responsible for the management of service delivery, performance and service improvement outcomes of service and infrastructure multi-modal operators.

Transport Management Centre leads planning and coordination for the proactive real-time management of the transport network.

Ticketing & Concessions manages the ongoing operation, administration and maintenance of ticketing and concessions and future developments.

Operational Systems plans, designs, delivers and manages the technology systems that enable transport operations and customer information flow.

Program & Divisional Management Office manages the deployment of project management and commercial support across I&S and drives a ‘safety aware’ culture.

Last updated: 4 April 2017