Naturally SkanskaSCS Railways Return to Work Programme 

Location: London (Euston, Old Oak Common – North Acton underground, and West Ruislip)

Start date: November 2019

Programme6 month returnship

SCS Railways, the Skanska | Costain | STRABAG joint venture delivering the HS2 Main Civil Contracts, is partnering with Women Returners to welcome professionals of all genders who have taken a career break of two years or more to join the SCS Railways Return-to-Work Programme. The paid programme will begin in November 2019.

What the Return to Work Programme offers:

Read about the experience of Caroline, specialist engineer and project manager, who joined Skanska via their 2018 Return to Work programme.

Where you will work:

The project has roles in a number of offices across London in Euston, Old Oak Common (North Acton underground) and West Ruislip.

Roles are available in the following areas:

Who you are:

Your skills:

SCS Railways is seeking individuals with skillsets in the areas of:

Construction and Delivery – one or more of the following

Commercial – one or more of the following

Procurement – as listed below

Temporary works – one or more of the following

Quality Management– one or more of the following

Office and Administration – as listed below

To apply

Applications are made via the Skanska website. To apply, click on the relevant link:

Apply as soon as possible. The application deadline is 27 September 2019. Assessment days will be week commencing 14 October 2019. If you have any queries, please contact the People Team – people@scsrailways.co.uk .

About SCS Railways

Skanska, Costain and STRABAG have been working collaboratively for many years, bringing together its collective strength to deliver world-class engineering, contributing to the long term economic growth of local and international markets.Communities are at the heart of every project. They build for those communities, providing employment and training.

SCS Railways values relationships and celebrates diversity. The partner companies, with cultures from the UK, Sweden, Austria and Germany, bring a diverse team together. They know people are at their best when they can be themselves so creating an inclusive environment is vital to them. Driving diversity and inclusion, through ground-breaking events such as The Changing Face of Construction event, as well as internal networking groups bringing people together, is how they are sharing best practice. Together they aim to attract people from diverse backgrounds, creating environments where our people feel valued, able to contribute and reach their potential.

About Skanska

Skanska, a leading construction company and developer, is an inclusive and responsible business that is helping to build a better society. Drawing on their Scandinavian heritage, Skanska is green, innovative and progressive, bringing people and technology together to build, upgrade and maintain the country’s buildings and infrastructure. A career with Skanska means you’ll have the freedom to develop your skills and leave your mark on the communities where Skanska works.

Skanska thrives through embracing differences, whether they be social backgrounds, ethnicity, disability, gender, age, religion, sexuality and any other protected characteristic – they know that diversity opens a rich potential for new ways of thinking, helping them to build successful and winning teams. It’s called Naturally Skanska.