Recruitment Zone

 This year inside the exhibition hall we will also have the Recruitment Zone to which we are inviting all local engineering and construction students to come along and speak about career opportunities within the sector.

 

 

Day One: Wednesday 27th June

10:45

Rob Elsby, WJ Group

Rob is a graduate currently working in the marketing department at WJ Group. WJ is the UK’s leading independent specialist road marking business dedicated to permanent and temporary road markings, road studs, high friction and safety surfacing, asphalt repair, Hydroblast line removal thermoplastic materials and surface retexturing. Experts in the application of Antiskid to calm traffic, improve grip and provide coloured demarcation to improve road safety. The company has led the way in developing high standards of delivery in the road marking sector alongside a significant investment programme in innovation and safety, a lot of which you will be able to see demonstrated outside in the live demonstration area.

11:45

Rachel Heaps, Tarmac

Rachel is part of Tarmac’s comprehensive graduate scheme which offers support, training, career development and advice. Graduates at Tarmac get regular reviews with their line managers, exposure to current business leaders in the industry including 1:1 mentoring, involvement in real business projects with targets and a central programme to develop core skills.  Tarmac, a CRH company, is the UK’s leading sustainable buildings materials and construction solutions business. In the aggregates and asphalt sector, it offers a number of products, concepts and services. For more information, please contact the Tarmac stand.

14:00

Kier

Kier offers graduates and apprentices a number of opportunities across the business. Kier is one of the sector leaders in the growing UK highways management and maintenance market. The company has designed over £1 billion worth of projects over in two years, including some of the UK’s major highway schemes. It manages one third of the country’s Strategic Road Network as well as maintaining 26,000km of roads on behalf of its local authority clients. Kier is at Traffex Seeing Is Believing demonstrating a number of new innovative products, concepts and services through its work with Highways England and other partners as part of its Transformation Through Innovation zone.

15:00

Institute of Highway Engineers (IHE)

The Institute of Highway Engineers (IHE) is run by, and for, engineers, technicians and allied professionals in highways and transportation. IHE provides professional leadership and support for highway engineers working to improve the transport environment. The Institute has been registering engineers and technicians with the Engineering Council since 1972 and accrediting academic courses since 1989. We set high standards of competence for CEng, IEng and EngTech and help you to achieve your ambitions. IHE Professional Certificates recognise specialists’ achievements and are proof of your competence and can assist in progression towards Professional Registration. Member benefits include access to relevant technical information, support for your Professional Review and specialist and local networks. You’ll find an IHE branch in every region of the United Kingdom. The Institute of Highway Engineers was established in 1965. It is long history and providing our members with 50 plus years of highways experience.

17:30

Close of day one

 

Day Two: Thursday 28th June

10:30

Rob Elsby, WJ Group

Rob is a graduate currently working in the marketing department at WJ Group. WJ is the UK’s leading independent specialist road marking business dedicated to permanent and temporary road markings, road studs, high friction and safety surfacing, asphalt repair, Hydroblast line removal thermoplastic materials and surface retexturing. Experts in the application of Antiskid to calm traffic, improve grip and provide coloured demarcation to improve road safety. The company has led the way in delivering high standards of delivery in the road marking sector alongside a significant investment programme in innovation and safety, a lot of which you will be able to see demonstrated outside in the live demonstration area.

11:00

Kier

Kier offers graduates and apprentices a number of opportunities across the business. Kier is one of the sector leaders in the growing UK highways management and maintenance market. The company has designed over £1 billion worth of projects over in two years, including some of the UK’s major highway schemes. It manages one third of the country’s Strategic Road Network as well as maintaining 26,000km of roads on behalf of its local authority clients. Kier is at Traffex Seeing Is Believing demonstrating a number of innovative products, concepts and services through its work with Highways England and other partners as part of its Transformation Through Innovation zone.

11:30

Tarmac

Tarmac offers a comprehensive graduate scheme which offers support, training, career development and advice. Graduates at Tarmac get regular reviews with their line managers, exposure to current business leaders in the industry including 1:1 mentoring, involvement in real business projects with targets and a central programme to develop core skills.  Tarmac, a CRH company, is the UK’s leading sustainable buildings materials and construction solutions business. In the aggregates and asphalt sector, it offers a number of products, concepts and services. For more information please contact the Tarmac stand.

12:00

Institute of Highway Engineers (IHE)

The Institute of Highway Engineers (IHE) is run by, and for, engineers, technicians and allied professionals in highways and transportation. IHE provides professional leadership and support for highway engineers working to improve the transport environment. The Institute has been registering engineers and technicians with the Engineering Council since 1972 and accrediting academic courses since 1989. We set high standards of competence for CEng, IEng and EngTech and help you to achieve your ambitions. IHE Professional Certificates recognise specialists’ achievements and are proof of your competence and can assist in progression towards Professional Registration. Member benefits include access to relevant technical information, support for your Professional Review and specialist and local networks. You’ll find an IHE branch in every region of the United Kingdom. The Institute of Highway Engineers was established in 1965. It is proud of our long history and providing our members with 50 plus years of highways experience.

17:00

Close of day two

 

* Programme subject to change.

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