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Employees: 501 to 1000

We’re so much more than road builders. We’re nation-changers. Working on an epic scale to safely innovate and enhance how we’re connected.

Your future starts with us. Join one of our three-year graduate schemes based across England. We’re not what you’d expect from the company that designs, build and maintains England’s motorways and major A roads. From finance and operations to communications and engineering, see how we can help you get your career off to a flying start.

What we do is important, and how we do it is just as important. Our culture empowers all of us. We want you to feel engaged and connected to the work you do, the people you do it with, and our ambitious business goals. Crucially, we want to support you to be your best.

We value the wellbeing of our people. Looking after their mental health, as much as their physical health, plays a big part in making sure National Highways is a safe and supportive place to work.

We encourage our people to talk about their wellbeing, as well as share stories and experiences. We have an Employee Assistance Programme which offers confidential 24/7 support and counselling. We also have an internal network of mental health first aiders spread across our offices, control centres and outstations.

We believe that creating a culture where equality, diversity and inclusion are celebrated, helps us attract a diverse range of talented people to work for us. We want to build an inclusive culture that encourages, supports and celebrates these diverse voices, and enables everyone to be themselves and reach their potential.

To help us achieve this we have an established group of employee networks, each led by an executive sponsor, that represent employees across National Highways. Their goal is to help champion equality, diversity and inclusion across the business.

At National Highways, we are committed to creating a flexible working environment, where everybody has the freedom to achieve a work-life balance. We have adopted an informal blended working approach for many of our roles and offer multiple ways to work flexibly where possible.

We want colleagues to make real choices about when and how they work, promoting work-life balance, reducing stress, and improving performance and productivity.

To support this, our people have the right to request a flexible working pattern from the start. We welcome discussions during the application stage and know that things change over time so will be happy to discuss flexible working patterns throughout your career with us.

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