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Arup Virtual Careers & Recruitment Events

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Would you like to work with like-minded people who want to make a difference in their towns, cities and wider society?

As our North West and Yorkshire team expands, we are looking for exceptional talent across a range of Rail disciplines to come and work with our great people, solving problems for our clients and shaping a sustainable future for the places in which we live. With a focus on sustainability, working at Arup could see you working on iconic projects that will make a difference for future generations.

Projects like the Transpennine Route Upgrade and HS2 that see our colleagues and collaborators working together to solve problems for our clients and leave a legacy for the North, helping to rebalance our economy and add real social value in the places they connect.

A role with Arup will see you given the freedom to choose your own direction – whether it’s working on projects across the UK or further afield, our global network and culture of collaboration give you a platform on which to build your career.

Our employee ownership structure also means we are free to choose the projects we work on, that will challenge and develop our staff. Technical complexity and socially useful work are our hallmarks.

We are looking for colleagues across a range of Rail disciplines – Permanent Way, OLE and Signalling, as well as Civils and Geotechnics – to provide both design and advisory input to our clients across the whole project lifecycle. From planning and design, through to operations and asset management, we are looking for people with a consultative, collaborative approach.

Click here to register to join us on the 17th or 21st June 2021 at one of our recruitment events. It’s an opportunity to find out more about our colleagues and Arup as a place to work, grow and develop your career.

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