Please contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org and we will provide assistance. If we are unable to resolve the issue then we’ll investigate and get back to you.
We encourage candidates to apply for specific jobs rather than applying speculatively. Alternatively you can set up a job alert so that we can email you directly with roles according to your specific criteria. To do this register as a candidate here.
Unfortunately not, we only accept applications submitted via our website.
Yes, with your permission, but the best way to keep up to date is to keep checking our website for new opportunities.
You can set up a job alert here. We will then email you roles according to your specific criteria.
Simply go to this page, enter your email address in the box on the recruitment homepage and we will email you your password.
Make sure that we have your most up to date contact details by logging in here and amending them if necessary. Remember, our primary method for contacting you is by email, so if we don’t have your correct email address then we won’t be able to get in touch. Please also ensure that you provide us with an up to date telephone contact number. If you have changed your name please contact us via email@example.com and we will update your details.
Unfortunately we can’t accept any applications for a job after the closing date has passed.
You may apply for multiple posts, but you need to do so individually; however you must meet the criteria of each of the posts, as detailed in the job specifications.
All offers of employment made by Highways England are subject to a basic disclosure or an enhanced Criminal Records Check, dependent upon the position applied for. We look at any history of criminal convictions carefully. The nature of the conviction will be assessed on a post by post and applicant by applicant basis
No. You must have a valid work permit if you are not British citizen or an EEA citizen or a Swiss national to work within Highways England. It is your responsibility to provide evidence of the work permit in line with current Home Office guidelines. Unfortunately we are unable to employ anyone who doesn’t have the right to work in the UK or to sponsor work permits.
If there are to be any tests or assessments exercises during the interview the Recruitment Team will let you know in advance. For many roles we use online tests that are specific to the vacancy. The tests are short and full instructions are provided for you on screen or by the assessor.
Please contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org. If you feel a disability may impact any stage of the recruitment process and we will work with you to ensure that we take the best course of action possible. We are an equal opportunities employer and will ensure that every reasonable adjustment is made to enable candidates to attend interviews.