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- Train Driver
- Rail Traffic Controller
- Technical Manager
- Train Manager
- Station Manager
- Maintenance Expert (for rolling stock)
- Maintenance Expert (for railway infrastructure)
- Technical Commercial Specialist
- Bus driver (BusItalia)
Train drivers drive the traction units with the relevant hauled stock, on board trains that run along the entire national rail infrastructure or on specifically approved sections of track. They are in charge of the convoy as defined according to the rules and regulations laid down by the infrastructure operator. Their ability to drive along the national rail infrastructure is also certified by the transport company and infrastructure operator identified by relevant legislation.
They carry out technical inspections and checks of the traction units, working on these vehicles and, when necessary, on the hauled stock. They test the brakes on the traction units and, when necessary, on the trains. It is a position of responsibility which requires precision, attention and appropriate time management.
Rail traffic controller
Rail traffic controllers perform practical/operational tasks relating to the manoeuvring of switches and signals by using special devices and safety equipment, as well as the coupling and uncoupling of rail convoys, managing train/shunting locomotives, limited to shunting within a service area (station, yard, etc) and to technical work on traction units and hauled stock.
Technical managers perform technical/operational, organisational, administrative, managerial and accounting tasks to run and oversee production processes in garages, workshops, assembly lines, plants and construction sites
Train managers perform tasks relating to the management, supervision and responsibility for the convoy, as well as for the hauled stock, including conducting brake tests when necessary.
According to the rules and regulations issued by the infrastructure operator, they fill out and store travel documents, coordinate the crew, while also overseeing and checking the punctuality of the passenger service as well as any services provided by third parties on board the train as part of their respective responsibilities.
They issue and check tickets, assist and provide information to customers, while also checking and working on manoeuvring and switches in certain situations, helping the train driver when necessary.
Station managers oversee the movement, surveillance and technical, practical, administrative and managerial coordination of the station as well as any areas where the trains go, in accordance with regulatory provisions governing the running and distribution of vehicles.
Maintenance experts perform practical/operational installation, maintenance and inspections of plants, facilities, equipment and rolling stock. They also perform general tasks, such as related administrative operations, while also getting traction units up and running.
Maintenance experts perform practical/operational installation, maintenance and inspections of plants, facilities, equipment, premises and permanent way material. They also perform general tasks, such as related administrative operations.
These specialists perform promotional and sales work, implement the transport contract and provide supervision and technical, practical, administrative and accounting coordination, while testing and inspecting materials and providing customer service.
Bus drivers drive buses in public service across urban and non-urban regions, handling departures and transits according to specific vehicle scheduling, while respecting driving shifts and following set timetables. They ensure passenger safety and follow the route timetables.
They may change route in the event of any service problems or disruptions, or having received messages or warnings from the Radio Room.