A Career With Us Means Safer Rail Travel For Everyone

Embark on a rewarding career supporting the safety and reliability of the world's leading railroads. As a skilled Rail Health® services technician, you'll receive paid training, free travel, and a well-defined career path all from the world leader in Rail Health® services.

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Additional benefits of a
career with Sperry include:

  • Competitive pay and benefits
  • Safe and positive work environment
  • Opportunities for growth and travel
  • Commitment to training and personal development
  • Investment in innovation and the latest technologies

What Type Of Person Is Right For Sperry?

Our personnel come from many different backgrounds, but they
do share common traits:

  • An aptitude for hands-on work with mechanical and electrical devices
  • The ability to focus in a rapidly moving environment
  • Enjoys travel
  • A team player

Our Current Job Openings

FIELD QUALITY TECHNICIAN/CHIEF OPERATOR SPECIALIST/PEDESTRIAN TECHNICIAN

If you are interested in position with us as a; Field Quality Technician/Chief Operator Specialist/Pedestrian Technician, we invite you to apply by clicking the link below.

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EXPERIENCED RAIL TESTERS

If you are an experienced rail tester, please submit your resume to Recruit@sperryrail.com and we invite you to apply by clicking the link below.

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DRIVERS

If you have a valid commercial driver's license, we invite you to apply by clicking the link below.

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Sperry News & Announcements
Sperry Announces Partnership with H. Rohloff (PTY) Limited

Sperry is pleased to announce its partnership with H. Rohloff (PTY) Limited, the preeminent materials testing and measuring company in South Africa. The partnership will support the safe operation and rail flaw testing requirements of Sub Saharan Africa's railways.

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Sperry is now operating in Africa and Australia

Sperry's global reach includes active relationships with railways from heavy haul networks to metropolitan systems in North America, South America, Europe, Asia, Australia, and Africa.

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