It’s not just construction, it’s about reaching your potentialPosted: 15th of December 2014 by
There are fantastic opportunities at Skanska, one of the world’s leading project development and construction groups.
We’re looking for people with the drive to succeed, who share our ethical values and want to make a positive difference to society. We know that everyone has to start somewhere, so we have a range of programmes to help make the move from education to work that little bit easier.
At Skanska, you could help deliver landmark buildings, like The Gherkin in London, maintain long-lasting roads to keep the country moving or manage hospital facilities. But, if working on construction projects doesn’t appeal to you, there are other opportunities in vital supporting functions, like HR, finance, IT and administration.
We’re passionate about helping our people develop their chosen careers. Trainees study for a valuable qualification, such as a Higher National Certification or degree, usually through a day-release study programme while earning a salary at the same time. And, Skanska’s formal apprenticeship scheme also means you’ll learn on-the-job – gaining a recognised vocational qualification.
Skanska is one of the UK’s top contractors with more than 5,200 employees and annual revenues of more than £1 billion. We’re part of the Skanska group, which employs about 57,000 people around the world, delivering revenue of £12 billion per year. This means there’s a world of opportunity for you to grow your career.
Whichever route you take, we will support you throughout and provide first-rate development opportunities to help you realise your potential. Whether your focus is technical expertise, business support, leading people or project delivery, we have a wide range of roles available. So, visit our website today and see what’s on offer: www.skanska.co.uk/careers
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