Network Rail is on the hunt for a chief information and technology officer

Sooraj Shah
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 Network Rail is on the hunt for a Chief Information Technology Officer
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Network Rail is on the hunt for a Chief Information Technology Officer

Up to £126,000 on offer for an experienced IT senior management professional

Network Rail, the owner and infrastructure manager of most of the rail network in England, Scotland and Wales, is searching for a chief information technology officer (CITO). The company is offering...

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