The Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland Railway is starting delivery of a major national lottery funded project that will provide interpretation across the railway; develop skills; conserve historic buildings at Boston Lodge. This is an exciting time with the recent World Heritage Site announcement with which the project has close links and shared ambitions to make a positive impact in the area.
To deliver this ambitious program will be the Heritage Project Manager (already in post) along with an Interpretation Officer, a Training and Events Supervisor, an Engineering Volunteer Supervisor, a Work Placement Officer and a Construction Project Manager. There will also be three trainee posts covering Interpretation, Works Administration and Project Management. All posts will be advertised on this website.
Trainee positions: Information will be available from Wednesday March 9th.
The Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland Railways are two of the UK’s most popular heritage railways, located in the heart of picturesque Snowdonia. Our offer, aimed firmly at the tourism market place, stands out as being best in class. A major employer in the local area, we provide employment for civil engineers, mechanical engineers, woodworkers and joiners, as well as jobs in hospitality and tourism. We are a family here at the Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railways, where staff members feel valued.
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