Track change to provide career platform

Tuesday, March 8, 2022

Dean Bruce has been appointed Managing Director of RBD Rail Recruiter, a brand-new jobs board exclusively for the rail industry.

He joined Rail Business Daily in 2020 as Managing Director, bringing 21 years of marketing experience to the rail industry’s media and profile-raising service. Most recently he has served the business as Chief Financial Officer.

During this time, the organisation has grown exponentially, with a huge growth in visitors to the website, the launch of two magazines, and several new services helping the rail industry to thrive.

Now, he will lead the organisation’s exciting new venture RBD Rail Recruiter, with the website due to be launched next month.

“Our aim is to become the go-to jobs site for the entire rail industry, a single source where all of the current rail industry jobs and job seekers can be connected,” he said.

“I believe the rail industry is an important and vibrant sector and I firmly believe RBD Rail Recruiter has an important part to play in an exciting future for the industry.”

Prior to joining Rail Business Daily Dean spent more than two decades working with some of the UK’s biggest brands and smaller businesses across a host of industries and sectors.

He is looking to draw upon his extensive experience of promoting business growth, along with his software development and business acquisition skills in this new role.

“Rail Business Daily strives to be a force for good in the rail industry and this philosophy is shared by RBD Rail Recruiter as we connect rail talent with rail businesses,” he said.

“Our philosophy is to make things as easy as possible. Whether you are looking to fill a vacancy or find a job we want to make it simple and straightforward.”

More details on RBD Rail Recruiter will be revealed in the coming weeks, with an interview with Dean Bruce in the next edition of Rail Director.

This article was written by Danny Longhorn, it is featured in the March edition of Rail Director magazine. You can read the complete online edition here.