Transport Planning Managers lead the design of policies and plans to prepare for future transport needs. They enjoy building relationships and collaborating with a range of stakeholders – including government, members of the public and private businesses.
As a Quality Manager, you will be responsible for creating and implementing quality standards for an organisation and ensuring that employees and operational procedures adhere to these standards. You will create compliance reports and collect feedback for the senior leadership and external audit bodies.
Communications Managers are responsible for overseeing internal and external communications, enabling their team to create fresh content in blogs, social media posts, newsletters and websites. If you enjoy building relationships, writing and creating valuable and engaging content, then a career in Communications could be for you.
Civil Engineers use computer modelling software to design construction projects and manage the on-site construction of these projects. From small-scale enhancements to multi-billion-pound projects, such as HS2 and Crossrail, Civil Engineers are at the heart of transforming Britain’s Rail infrastructure. If you’re a keen problem-solver who thrives working in a team, then a career as …