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Skanska, a leading construction company and developer, is partnering with Women Returners to welcome professional men and women who have taken a career break of two years or more to join their second Skanska Return-to-Work Programme. The paid programme is based in London and the South East and will start in late April 2017. Like an internship, the programme runs for 12 weeks initially with the aim of joining on a permanent basis thereafter. The application deadline is Tuesday 28 February 2017.

About Skanska

Skanska is an inclusive and responsible business that is helping to build a better society. Known for major projects like The Gherkin and Crossrail, they are creating, upgrading and maintaining the country’s buildings and infrastructure. Drawing on their Scandinavian heritage, they are green, innovative and progressive. They bring together people and technology, helping to make their industry safer and more collaborative.

About the Return-to-Work Programme

You will receive tailored support and coaching workshops from Women Returners to help with the transition back to work. Skanska will consider any flexible needs to cater for different circumstances, recognising that this is sometimes a barrier for those wanting to get back to work.

You will placed in projects or departments where your skills and experience will be highly valued and utilised. The opportunities are all based across London and the South East. They include:





Construction/project management

To apply

For more information and to apply see: Skanska Return-to-Work Programme.

The application deadline is 28 February 2017.

Please contact the Skanska recruitment team – – if you have any queries.

Tiffany Grimwade - Project Manager at Skanska

Tiffany Grimwade – Project Manager at Skanska

Read about the experience of Tiffany, who joined Skanska via the 2016 Return to Work Programme

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A career with Skanska means you’ll have the freedom to develop your skills and leave your mark on the communities in which you work.