Joining Eurovia UK, is joining a community. Whilst we have employees working on sites across the UK, there is a sense of belonging and that your contribution is valued towards the overall goals of the business.
No matter what job you do, you can be assured that you will feel part of a wider team who strive to deliver high quality services that connect families and businesses to carry out millions of journeys every day – but who also make sure there’s time for social activities and fundraising for good causes!
Whilst our work in highways is quite niche, you’ll be surprised at the diverse range of interesting career opportunities and professional development we can offer; whether you’re just starting out after finishing education or a more seasoned individual either with or without highways experience.
If you feel a connection with our values for Versatility, Integrity, Resilience and Openness, and would like to join our purpose “to increase our positive contribution to the nation’s infrastructure by being safe, sustainable and profitable for all”; please browse our current vacancies and we’ll look forward to receiving your application.
Have a look at some of our career types below to learn more about what you could be doing with Eurovia UK
Our HR Department
Address: Albion House, Springfield Road, Horsham, West Sussex, RH12 2RW
Email: email@example.com Telephone 01403 215800
We offer a range of benefits and development opportunities for our employees reflecting our commitment to be a responsible Company; developed by clear communication of our values, policies, the breadth of opportunities within the business and remuneration packages that reflect the way in which we value our people.
We can offer:
• Competitive pay and conditions, in line with Industry best practice and standards
• Life cover
• Regular free workplace medical screening
• Personal pension or auto enrolment
• Employee Assistance Programme
• Private Medical Insurance where appropriate
• Childcare vouchers
• Employee Savings Scheme and Be Caring; our online benefits app
• Employee Share Save Scheme linked to our ultimate parent company, Vinci
• Support for professional memberships/qualifications
• Employee Volunteering Scheme
• Company cars or alternatives, with green options such as hybrid cars available
• Employee Briefings and Round Tables
• Recognition of achievements through Eurovia and Vinci Innovation Awards
• Funded social events
• Opportunities to progress throughout the Ringway and Eurovia Group of companies
Every employee is supported to carry out volunteering work within the community or for projects or charities registered in the UK. We provide two paid days per year per employee so that this can take place.
Volunteering opportunities include community care work; environmental work and conservation projects; fundraising for community projects or charities; and the administration of public events.
Employees who carry out volunteer work can use the skills that they have developed at work to help the community. They also have the opportunity to acquire new skills, as well as improving their morale, physical well-being and work-life balance.
Employees can also make suggestions for developing new partnerships with organisations, or specific projects that could be initiated. These may range from long-term partnerships to short-term projects involving a small number of employees.
Linked to this we have a scheme to match fund agreed charitable donations up to an agreed threshold where an employee had taken part in a physical activity to raise money.
Investors In People
Since 1991 Investors in People has set the standard for better people management. The Standard defines what it takes to lead, support and manage people well for sustainable results. Investors in People is underpinned by a rigorous assessment methodology and a framework which reflects the very latest workplace trends, essential skills and effective structures required to outperform in any industry.
Eurovia UK is proud to have held Investors In People recognition for many years, with our latest assessment placing us at Silver level. We have been recognised for the progress we continue to make in involving and engaging our people; training and developing them in line with their needs and the needs of the business.
Investors In Diversity
The Investors in Diversity Award is recognised as much more than just a highly prized and prestigious quality mark. It provides an all-encompassing methodology for improving Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) practices in the workplace. Those that achieve the Investors in Diversity Award have been enabled to take a structured and planned approach to embedding EDI at the heart of what they do. It also provides an excellent framework to bring together all of an organisation’s work around EDI.
Eurovia UK achieved this in 2016 and will go through re-assessment in later in 2018.
LANTRA & JAUPT
Eurovia UK is a recognised training centre for Traffic Management training, accredited externally by LANTRA. We are also a JAUPT approved Driver CPC training centre.
We have a wide variety of different career opportunities to offer; these are just some of them:
There are many administration roles throughout Eurovia UK in a wide variety of areas including Finance, Office Management, Plant & Fleet, Human Resources, Payroll, Commercial and Operations.
Our bid teams write and prepare submissions to our clients and potential clients. It is the Bid Team’s role to manage all aspects of these quality submissions . Roles within the team focus on the development and communication of tender winning proposals, balancing quality and financial needs plus client liaison.
It is the Buyer’s role to assist the business by providing a competitive supply chain management service. This will include supply chain negotiations for strategic tenders and finalising these negotiations during the mobilisation of successful contracts. Other roles in our purchasing teams include placing orders, negotiating rates and sourcing suppliers.
Contracts Manager Our colleagues in these roles manage all the day-to-day operational aspects of the Contract. This includes assisting in the pre-planning and pre-programming of tendered contracts, managing and promoting Safe Working processes, managing resources, liaison with residents and clients when needed, always working within the constraints and specification of each contract.
The Estimator’s role is to contribute towards a competitive and comprehensive estimating and contract pricing service. This will include analysing the Clients technical tender requirements and assisting in the preparation of commercially competitive financial tenders, often working at a fast pace, meeting deadlines.
Our Operatives are highly skilled, carrying out general maintenance, surfacing, street lighting and other works and operations on the highway. The role involves not just carrying out the work but ensuring it is done safely; also liaising with local residents and road users when necessary.
As a Site Agent you will supervise the efficient and effective running of our Operational activities, meeting all safety, environment and quality obligations. The role includes working with the client, carrying out site supervision and ensuring works are completed to specification.
The Supervisor’s role is to support the Site Agent or Contracts Manager in the effective running of local sites or our depots. This includes site supervision, people management, stock levels, site inspections and above all, ensuring high levels of safety.
Graduates have the opportunity to join one of our development programmes to enable them to experience a wide array of disciplines and specialisms. Our Graduate Training Programme aims to provide all-round experience with as much responsibility as possible. We offer schemes in Civil Engineering; Quantity Surveying; General Management and more focused professional streams such as Communications and Marketing or Human Resources.
Our Apprentices follow a one or two year programme, either at level 2 or level 3. These programmes can follow a highways maintenance route, business administration, ICT, Plant & Fleet and a whole host of other specialist programmes.
Eurovia UK aims to promote and facilitate the continuous training and development of all employees by providing a wide range of in-house and externally recognised training opportunities, supported across the business.
• A framework for comprehensive development opportunities that support our business objectives and is managed through our Training Department
• A wide range of progressive, high quality, industry accredited training solutions
• The opportunity for all employees to work towards their maximum personal and business potential
We invest more than £1 million in developing our employees every, across a range of more than 300 different courses linked to the needs of the individual and the business.
Eurovia UK actively supports the development of a safe, stable and skilled workforce that is competitive and competent. We are therefore working towards ensuring that all appropriate employees are registered under relevant externally accredited training scheme and awarding bodies.
We are a LANTRA registered, accredited training provider with in-house training and development provision. We deliver training on National Highways Sector Schemes for Quality Management in Highway Works 12A, B and C and D, installing, maintaining and removing temporary traffic management on rural and urban roads.
We recognise the importance of technical qualifications but also of the need for our Supervisors and Managers to be suitable skilled in the various aspects of management. We therefore have a range of development programmes aimed at people in these roles.
By mid 2019 we will also offer blended learning as well as e-learning to our employees.
We are proud to hold Investors In People accreditation at Silver level, an award held only by the top 5 percentile of companies assessed to this third party standard.
We've expanded our graduate development programmes to incorporate the opportunity to develop your career in a wider range of disciplines such as general management- go here for the latest graduate jobs.
If you are interested in our Quantity Surveying or Civil Engineering sponsorship or graduate programmes, send us your CV today to firstname.lastname@example.org or read on to find out more or details can be found in our Graduate Brochure 2018.
We can offer you:
• an ICE, RICS or similar accredited training scheme
• an individually tailored programme of training
• the opportunity to put your degree into practice from day one
• fast-track opportunities into management
• a programme mentor
• a comprehensive and rewarding graduate experience.
Aside from offering comprehensive development and a platform from which to launch your career within an established group of companies we also offer:
• Competitive salaries
• Fully financed vehicle
• Access to Group personal pension plan
• Scholarship/Sponsorship for undergraduates
The Scheme Itself
We will deliver a comprehensive development programme tailored to each individual. We promise to provide you with a unique and rewarding experience, whether you are an industrial placement student, a Eurovia UK sponsored student or on our graduate development programme.
Our development programmes enable you to experience a wide array of disciplines and specialisms. The company ethos is to give you responsibility for defined elements of your work and with the advice and support of a personal mentor you will have the opportunity to realise your full potential.
For those of you with aspirations of achieving an Engineering or Quantity Surveying Professional Qualification, our development programmes are linked to the ICE and RICS approved training schemes. Graduates are given the opportunity to be trained and gain experience within subsidiary companies within the Eurovia UK and with our joint venture companies.
Eurovia UK offer a number of sponsorships each year and details of the relevant universities can be found below. To be eligible, you must be studying or due to start a relevant degree cours, and be prepared to work during the summer vacation with us. At the end of your course, we hope to offer you a full-time placement on the graduate development programme.
You should contact the university department in the first instance for further information and advice on starting your sponsorship application.
If your university course is not listed below, you may still receive sponsorship after the completion of a year placement with us.
Who are we looking for?
We want people who are motivated, adaptable and enthusiastic. We are looking for future leaders and managers; people who will add value, challenge and contribute to our continued growth and success.
To take full advantage of the opportunities we provide and to be successful, graduate trainees should be ambitious and enthusiastic with the ability to pass on this enthusiasm to others. They should be hard working, innovative, ready to make decisions and to accept responsibility for these decisions.
In return we can give you the opportunity to put your degree into action from day one and really make your mark in the industry.
We welcome applications from ambitious undergraduates and graduates from civil engineering and other engineering related disciplines; also from Finance or General Business graduates.
Our graduate development programme is externally recognised by many leading universities as an excellent career springboard with high quality training and experience. Send us your CV today to email@example.com
We are interested in you as an individual and are committed to coaching, mentoring and developing you into skilled, fully trained employees. Upon completion of the Apprenticeship Scheme, you will be able to provide the company with the specialist skills that we need to maintain the success of our operations. So you are very important to us!
What is an Apprenticeship?
An apprenticeship refers to on-the-job training which leads to nationally recognised qualifications. It is a form of vocational training which enables individuals to earn a wage while at the same time learning the skills necessary to succeed in their chosen career. They are designed by employers for employers and are therefore tailored to meet the needs of the individual business. Apprenticeships combine on and off the job training:
• On the job - you will work on site or in our offices to acquire the necessary practical skills which contribute towards a work-based qualification
• Off the job – you will spend time with the learning provider t enable you to acquire the necessary technical skills and theoretical knowledge
Why follow an Apprenticeship?
• Have a real job following your chosen career
• Receive a recognised qualification
• Earn while you learn
• Learn specific skills which employers really want
• Receive full support from our training providers and college partners
• Be able to use your existing skills and knowledge
• Make a real and meaningful contribution to the business
• Benefit from our investment in you
Eurovia UK is proud to recruit and retain outstanding talent from all backgrounds, genders and ethnicities within our business.
We hold Investors In Diversity and Investors In People status and are committed to challenging misconceptions about the engineering sector to attract more women into an industry that offers a huge range of exciting opportunities for everyone up to the highest level. We are therefore proud to support inclusion in the industry including STEM projects and other opportunities such as CIHT’s celebrating women in transport and engineering exhibition at the Think Tank in Birmingham – showcasing women role models across the industry.
This report covers the Government’s gender pay initiative, which compares the average hourly rates of pay of all men and women within every organisation employing more than 250 people. The presence of a gender pay gap doesn’t necessarily mean an employer is paying men and women unequally, but indicates for us that there are fewer women in a range of roles, and this is something we want to work to change.
Many organisations have a gender pay gap, but Eurovia UK’s gap compares favourably with that of other organisations, including those within our industry. We commit to publishing this type of report annually in March and to demonstrating the improvements we are making year on year.