UGL Regional Linx focuses on employment in regional and rural NSW

July 01, 2021
  • Corporate
  • People and community

UGL Regional Linx (UGLRL) commenced their local recruitment activities in early 2021, after parent company, UGL, was selected to deliver operations and maintenance of rail infrastructure for the CRN. 

The first UGLRL team members to be based in Orange, where the company’s new headquarters is going to be located are Roger White - Communications and Stakeholder Engagement Manager (pictured right) and Luke Corinth – Stakeholder and Communications Advisor (pictured left). 

UGLRL is strongly focused on being an employer of choice throughout regional and rural NSW. As part of this commitment UGLRL has guaranteed that a minimum of 80% of their employees will be based within areas on the CRN.

Our early staff members have come to us at a very exciting time ahead of our mobilisation, this contract is a huge honour for us, as rail is the lifeblood of so many towns across regional NSW - John Pistak, UGL Regional Linx CEO 

Luke Corinth will report to Roger White, a  journalist, media liaison, government advisor and communications specialist with more than four decades of experience. Roger spent many of his formative years in regional NSW and is pleased to now reside in Orange. A keen golfer, he enjoys the relaxed lifestyle that the region offers. Luke is a long time Orange local and has a strong background in working within rural and regional NSW. Luke’s local knowledge is an asset to UGLRL and his professional experience within various industries will be a great value add to Roger’s team. 

“Orange is a vibrant and growing city and UGLRL will add great value and employment prospects to the mix. The company has committed to basing its operations on the Country Regional Network and looks very much forward to partnering our communities big and small across the next 10 years and more”, Roger said. 

“I am thrilled to join UGLRL as this is a new venture in Orange and it will become a major employer here. I am passionate about building connected communities and this is an exciting opportunity to contribute to a valuable piece of rail infrastructure servicing regional NSW,” said Luke.

UGLRL will base itself out of the former Department of Primary Industries building in Kite Street, Orange. 

If you are interested in learning more about our employment opportunities, head to our careers page.


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