Highways, Infrastructure & Engineering Recruitment.
HIGHWAYS, INFRASTRUCTURE & ENGINEERING RECRUITMENT
Providing Quality Staff for Highway Projects.
As experts within Highways, Infrastructure & Engineering recruitment, our team of dedicated consultants provide staff to assist Local Authorities on highway projects of all sizes and complexities throughout the UK.
Through a comprehensive understanding of the market and proven capability of delivering on multiple projects, we’re a trusted supplier of permanent, executive and senior interim contractors.
Highways projects can often be lengthy, problematic and spiral in cost which is a common challenge and frustration for Local Authorities. Managing the moving parts within a project can be a gruelling task if the staff are inexperienced in the complexities of the council's requirements.
We can provide staff for day to day repairs, refurbishment of dilapidated roads or major structural projects such as new roads and junctions.
With a recent focus to become more sustainable, we’re also experienced in delivering professionals to plan, execute and manage sustainability projects such as active travel schemes.
Through our established relationship with hundreds of local authorities throughout the UK, professionals trust us to connect them to the best opportunities while keeping a close eye on their long term career goals and aspirations. It’s just one of the ways we have built strong, meaningful and long term connections with our pool of talent.
To discover more about our highways recruitment services, or to get a tailored quote for your business or Local Authority, please call us on 01772 954200.
JOB ROLE SPECIALISMS
Typical Jobs We Recruit For.
Street Lighting Engineers
A Street Lighting Engineer assists with the design of street lights ensuring that they adhere to the relevant legislation. A Street Lighting Engineer will also be involved in the delivery of street lighting maintenance.
Highways Design Engineers
A Highways Design Engineer will work with other professionals to ensure that roads are built and maintained to a high standard. They are also responsible for designing local road schemes and finding solutions to existing transport issues.
Principal Highways Engineers
A Principal Highways Engineer delivers multi-disciplinary projects from their inception to delivery. This means they will be involved in the feasibility study, planning and design stages of such projects. Expertise in roads, highway and civil infrastructure design are required for this role.
A Traffic Engineer will be assigned to a certain location and is responsible for ensuring that the traffic conditions in this area are working effectively. They must aim to achieve smooth-flowing traffic and well maintained roads. Traffic Engineers can be based in an office or on site depending on their specific responsibilities.
A Design Manager ensures that the structural designs of a highway are produced to the appropriate standard and in a timely manner. They must use their expertise to effectively oversee the design process and ensure that a client’s expectations are met.
An Infrastructure Manager provides the Head of Technical Services with advice on matters related to Highways Infrastructure. Their duties also include establishing that strategic plans and policies are developed and implemented.
Clerk of Works
A Clerk of Works ensures that the quality of work is to a high and safe standard. They must monitor highways works and ensure that quality control is implemented and that regular site inspections are completed.
Head of Highways
A Head of Highways will lead the planning process and design of new highways based on the requirements for transport. A Head of Highways must identify when new highways are needed and lead the operation of specific transport schemes.
Drainage Engineers work on civil engineering projects to ensure that drainage designs are delivered effectively and to a high standard. There are no formal qualifications required to be a Drainage Engineer, however most employers choose to employ individuals who have an NVQ or CSCS Card.
A Structural Engineer is responsible for the construction of a new building or bridge from the conception of its plan, through the design stages to its completion. A Structural Engineer might also be involved in the alteration or extension of existing infrastructure.
What Our Clients Say.
We used this agency when we were struggling to fill a Drainage Engineer position. Within 10 days of initially speaking to our consultant, we had interviews lined up with one of the candidates being placed into the role. From my experience, I would recommend this agency if you’re in a hurry to recruit.
Spencer Clarke Group is an integral part of our supply chain. We have recruited several permanent and interim engineers through their services with no complaints.
Our consultant Chris has excellent knowledge within this area and the CVs which he sends over are usually to a high spec. Chris is also very quick to respond to my requests which I appreciate. It helps to keep projects running smoothly and on time.