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Help make London a better place with vacancies part time at TFL

Founded back in 2000, TFL (Transport for London) is the power in charge of the infrastructure in and around the London area. Its job is to oversee the transport system in the Greater London Area as well as implementing new transport strategies and managing everything relating to the various transport services in the English Capital.

TFL has three main sub departments. These are London Underground, London Rail and surface transport. London Underground is responsible for running London's famous tube system. The responsibilities for this are split into three groups, with each one covering a pre-determined number of lines. BCV refers to the Bakerloo, Central, Victoria and Waterloo & City lines; JNP refers to the Jubilee, Northern and Piccadilly Lines; and SSR refers to the Metropolitan, District Circle and Hammersmith & City Lines.

The London Rail department oversees the co-ordination of all operators providing National Rail services within the Greater London Area, London Overground, Docklands Light Railway and London Trams.

Surface transport, undoubtedly the biggest of the three, manages London Buses, London Dial A Ride, London River Services, London Streets, London's congestion charge, Public Carriage Office, Victoria Coach Station, Cycling Centre of Excellence, pedestrian access, London Road Safety Unit, Community Safety, Enforcement and Policing, Traffic Enforcement, and the London Freight Plan.

If you are seeking out a career in logistics, then TFL might be the job for you. In order to search out vacancies part time for TFL, you can check out their website at tfl.gov.uk/corporate/jobs for a full list of current vacancies, insights into the roles on offer, in depth information on the group and the latest information on their apprentice and graduate schemes.

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