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A leading construction company and developer is launching a new UK Return-to-Work Programme.
Skanska is partnering with Women Returners, experts in returner initiatives, to offer opportunities across the business, including engineering (civil, mechanical, electrical, design and geotechnical); operations (planner, project manager, construction supervisor, facilities/general management and BIM technician); commercial (quantity surveyor, buyer and commercial manager); and enabling functions (HR, IT, Health & Safety, Environment and Finance).
Skanska says they are looking for talented professionals, both male and female, with relevant skills and experience who have taken a voluntary career break of two or more years.
The programme is based in London and surrounding areas, at Maple Cross, and in Cambridgeshire. It will run for 12 weeks, starting on 26 September 2016, with the view to roles becoming permanent at the end of the period.
Skanska are happy to consider candidates on a full-time or part-time basis throughout the programme duration and once the positions become permanent.
Participants will be placed in projects or departments which match their skills and experience. They will receive coaching workshops from Women Returners, mentoring and a comprehensive induction process.
More details: Skanska Return-to-Work Programme. The deadline for applications is Friday 24 June 2016.