Held at the simply incredible National Railway Museum in the heart of York, this event proved a great opportunity for our team – including our MD, Michael Ewart – to meet up with current and future colleagues, especially amidst such difficult circumstances.

This year’s event saw Jon Shaw, Chief Engineer at Network Rail, sharing his views on how technology and systems will shape the future of railway signalling. It was a truly informative occasion and great to see so many rail professionals remaining committed to the industry, furthering themselves and their networks in the face of current events.


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Junior Planner and Administrator

Junior Planner / Administrator Opportunity - Stevenage

Due to continued growth and recent contract wins, we're actively searching for a Junior Planner and Administrator to join the Amaro family.

Signalling Project Manager

Signalling Project Manager Opportunity (South East)

Due to significant recent tender successes and a substantial bank of work, we're actively seeking a Signalling Project Manager to join our team in the South East.

We're recruiting for an apprentice

S&T / E&P apprenticeship opportunity

An amazing opportunity to join one of the UK's most respected signalling, LV, HV, and OLE specialists, we're searching for an S&T / E&P apprentice to join the Amaro family.

We're recruiting! Signalling Engineer required

Experienced signalling engineer required

A fantastic opportunity to join one of the most respected names in UK signalling, we're on the lookout for an experienced and ambitious signalling engineer to join the Amaro team.

Amaro supports primary school's dream for new library

A community-minded business, we're delighted to be able to support Kirk Merrington Primary School in County Durham, helping to make their dream of a new library a reality.

IRSE York Section Dinner

Amaro attends the IRSE York Section Dinner in March 2020

In the midst of what is undoubtedly a very serious and concerning situation, Amaro Signalling attended the Institution of Railway Signal Engineers' York Section dinner.