Brightline and Valencia College are teaming up to prepare students for technical careers in the rail industry, offering a 22-week Industrial Automation Technician program that will help students earn nationally recognized industry credentials. With plans to fill 175 new roles in Central Florida, the collaboration aims to prepare future engineers, conductors, inspectors, and technicians for careers with Brightline and its contractors, Siemens Mobility USA and Herzog.
Brightline is the only provider of eco-friendly intercity rail in America and has created more than 10,000 jobs since 2014. The company is bringing its brand-new $100M state-of-the-art train maintenance facility, Basecamp, to Central Florida, with plans to employ 150 highly skilled technical positions. Brightline jobs will start at a minimum hourly rate of $20 per hour, offering a great opportunity for those interested in the rail industry.
If you’re interested in Brightline Orlando jobs, visit the Brightline job website for a complete list of job openings. Contractor job listings are also available on the Siemens and Herzog websites. With construction more than 90 percent complete to Orlando, Brightline is gearing up for service and needs highly skilled technical teammates to work on their trains and facilities.
In conclusion, the collaboration between Brightline and Valencia College offers a fantastic opportunity for those interested in technical careers in the rail industry. With plans to fill 175 new roles in Central Florida and a minimum hourly rate of $20 per hour, this program is worth exploring if you’re looking for a career in this exciting field.