Eurovia UK is fully committed to the elimination of unlawful and unfair discrimination and value the differences that a diverse workforce brings.
As an equal opportunities employer we support the principles of equality and diversity in employment (and in the provision of services). Every reasonable effort is made to ensure that there is no unlawful or unfair discrimination on the grounds of colour, nationality, race, ethnic or national origin, religion, belief, disability, age, gender (including pregnancy and maternity leave), gender reassignment, sexual orientation or married or civil partner status or trade union membership or activity in the way that the Company treats its employees, contractors, job applicants and visitors.
All employees are responsible for the promotion and advancement of this policy. In the course of providing services, workers employed by Eurovia and Ringway will not do, assist or encourage any act which amounts to a breach of discrimination law; and will in any event aim to treat everyone they come into contact with, with fairness and respect. All staff are expected to observe this policy in their behaviour towards other employees, contractors, customers and members of the public.
We work to avoid unlawful discrimination in all aspects of employment including recruitment, promotion, opportunities for training, pay and benefits, discipline and selection for redundancy. Employees will be recruited solely on the basis of work criteria and the applicant's abilities and individual merit.
We hold the Investors In Diversity standard and have also signed up to the CIHT Diversity & Inclusion Charter.
You’re existing skills will be hugely valuable since you will:
- Be involved with solving problems, working at a fast pace and be rewarded for improving how we work.
- Be disciplined, reliable and driven
- Have a strong sense of ‘team working’, camaraderie and leadership
- Possess technical, engineering or man-management skills which will further support your application.
We don’t limit your options and if you’re driven and demonstrate the skills and a passion for the business, we will give you the support and opportunity to grow in terms of remit and responsibility. Learning and development is a priority which means you’ll keep building on your knowledge and developing new skills, throughout your career. Personal development is an effective mix of training courses, on-the-job learning and soon to be launched, online learning.
Applying for roles after leaving the military can require some thought and especially if it’s your first time applying for civilian roles. But you should take confidence from the fact that many people have gone from the military to Eurovia / Ringway and thrived here. There are some simple steps you can take to make sure your application is as strong as possible.
How to Apply
- search in the vacancy lists for the location which is suitable for you
- remember to look in ‘see all vacancies’ for an entire list
- remember to click ‘explore group jobs’ for vacancies in the Group
- search to see if there is a role you are interested in
- Click ‘Apply’
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.
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.
• Click here for our Gender Pay Gap Report for 2020 - Eurovia Infrastructure Limited
We have a wide variety of different careers opportunities to offer; go here to see 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 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 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.
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
Eurovia UK has placed 41st on the National Centre for Diversity top 100 most inclusive workplaces in the UK!
We have been working hard over the last few years towards being a more inclusive employer. There is still more for us to do, but each year we are learning from others and creating a more diverse and inclusive workplace. The Investors in People, and Investors in Diversity frameworks have helped us immensely in shaping our approach in this area.
Our Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Strategy is evolving and being informed by a range of views from people across our business to help us achieve further growth and improvements related to EDI. We hope to be celebrating a top 20 result next time!