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Are you ambitious, determined, and looking to join a company that supports your aspirations and rewards your efforts?

We’re looking for people who can add value by bringing their unique skills and experience to our business.

Equal Opportunities

Bridgeway are an equal opportunity employer, and we are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all. We value and support the diverse cultures, perspectives, skills, and experiences of our workforce

Contact

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Enabling Works Supervisor
North London & East Anglia
On-site & WFH

The deadline for applications is 26/04/2024

Job Purpose

The Enabling Works Supervisor will support the Project Manager/Management team as required across the contract to ensure safe and successful delivery.

Reporting directly to the Project Manager the Enabling Works Supervisor will be responsible for the scoping of sites as directed by the Project Manager in accordance with contract and site specification ahead of examination and inspection works. The scoping will establish the safest and most efficient work methodology for each site along with safe access and egress – The Supervisor will be required to capture this detail on the relevant task briefing sheet for sharing with the wider team.

Enabling work activities will include de-vegetation, cladding removal and other obstruction removal including fence removal and access management. The role will include an understanding of environmental factors which may affect the works, and liaising with relevant stakeholders including internal teams, Network Rail, Canals and Rivers Trust, Environment Agency, 3rd party landowners, and local authorities.

Job duties

• Site scoping and task briefing sheet writing
• Liaising with clients, contractors and suppliers to plan and organize safe and efficient operations.
• Execution of on-site sub-contractor audits in line with the relevant H&S plan for the project.
• Responsible for ensuring their workload is managed effectively and that issues are raised as soon as they become apparent to the Project Manager
• Challenge any unsafe acts and escalate where needed
• Production of site-specific documentation, including TBS and RAMs.
• Ensuring that everyone is working safely at all times.
• Liaise with relevant stakeholders, including CRT, Traffic Management Contractors and 3rd party landowners to arrange access.
• Responsible for ensuring that the work is carried out in accordance with agreed technical and quality standards.
• Ensure that staff and subcontractors are briefed on technical aspects, safe systems of work and deliverables.
• Co-ordination and monitoring of multi-disciplinary activities.
• Trouble shooting, offering a flexible approach to delivering work and supporting field teams with decision making.

Candidates must have the following:

• Full UK Driving Licence
• IOSH/SSSTS or similar
• Vegetation work experience
• 1st Aid
• Basic understanding of IT, Microsoft Word/Excel

Desirable (but not essential)

• PTS/COSS/IWA
• NPTC Chainsaw, Brush Cutter, Hedge Cutter or similar


Nottingham
Full time, permanent
Hybrid model (office/on-site)
Competitive salary

The deadline for applications is 26/04/2024

We have a new opportunity for an Engineering Surveyor to join Bridgeway Consulting at our head office in Nottingham.

Job purpose

We are seeking an Engineering Surveyor that will be responsible for leading survey activities, managing a small team and assisting Project Managers. It is important that you have knowledge of both survey and railway access processes including topographical surveying and laser scanning. You will lead in safety critical duties up to Engineering Supervisor (ES) level as required.

You must be able to demonstrate expertise in both manual and automated site surveying techniques and data processing.

Job duties

• Lead one or multiple teams and be responsible for survey operations on projects delivering to time and quality required.
• Managing Technicians and Graduates during “on-site” surveys, advising and operating instrument or setting up equipment if required.
• Carry out data processing and validation to required specification.
• Liaise with all outside parties in advance of the works to ensure no delays once on site
• Provide technical support for the department in survey and railway track alignment duties
• Be trained in safety critical duties up to Engineering Supervisor level
• Undertake Safety Critical duties in line with competencies held and certification gained

You MUST have the following:

• Right to work in the UK
• UK Manual Driving License
• Minimum 2 years Land surveying or Rail surveying


Nottingham
Head office
Competitive Salary

The deadline for applications is 26/04/2024

Job Purpose

The Geomatics Data Technician will be responsible for the processing and delivery of technical, graphical data and documents within the Geomatics Department. Principally this shall be AutoCAD drawings, pointcloud data and other graphical & non-graphical formats including REVIT, Bentley Software and photogrammetry applications.

The role reports to the Project Manager assigning work to the individual, with wider line management provided by the Geomatics team and the Project Manager.

Job Duties

• The role will be based within the Geomatics team, with primary duty for the preparation of technical drawings and data processing.
• Processing of 3-Dimensional survey data to support the production of 3D models and drawings.
• Preparation of drawings/data to support technical reports generated within the wider Engineering disciplines.
• Provide support to Geomatics and UAV data processing team as required.
• Compilation of presentational material to support bids, tenders and formal business presentations required within the Geomatics Department.
• Attendance at team, safety and technical briefings in accordance with the requirements of the business.
• Technical input to projects as/when required.
• Comply with training and other requirements of your Safety Responsibility Statement.

Essential Experience

• Previous experience working with pointcloud data

Desirable (but not essential)

• Relevant qualification with use of CAD packages
• Previous rail knowledge
• Leica Cyclone/Register 360
• LSS
• AutoCAD
• PTS


Nottingham
Full time, permanent

The deadline for applications is 26/04/2024

Job purpose

To assist in day-to-day operations of all IT systems and user support, you will be tasked with ensuring that the company computer and telephony systems run smoothly and with minimal interruption.

Job duties

• Installing and configuring computer hardware, software, systems, networks, printers and scanners.
• Planning and undertaking scheduled maintenance upgrades.
• Talking to clients and end users to determine the nature of problems.
• Responding to system breakdowns.
• Investigating, diagnosing and solving computer software and hardware issues.
• Repairing (where possible) equipment and replacing parts.
• Checking computer equipment for electrical safety.
• Maintaining records of software licenses.
• Managing stocks of equipment, consumables and other supplies.
• Managing equipment issue and replacement.

Essentials skills & requirements

• Basic Hardware knowledge
• Understanding Networking
• Office 365 Administration Experience
• Familiar with Active Directory
• Windows Operating Systems (Especially Windows 10)
• Full UK manual driving license


Full time, Permanent
Nottingham, East Midlands
Competitive Salary

The deadline for applications is 26/04/2024

Job purpose

To provide advice to the management team regarding Roped Access Techniques and applying that knowledge to a site environment. You will be leading teams on site and mentoring IRATA Level 1 Examiners and will be part of the Infrastructure Services team working alongside experienced Structures Examiners to gain an understanding and experience of bridges and other railway infrastructure;

The overall aim of the role is to become a proficient Roped Access Structures Examiner with the ability to work alone as a qualified STE04 after a period of in house training and mentoring. There will be further opportunities to train in other specialist access techniques, including Confined Spaces and IPAF.

Duties

• Carry out Structural examinations in accordance with company and industry standards
• Clear communication and production of reports
• Carry out roped access supervisory duties on site
• Assist the management team in defining the most appropriate access techniques for certain projects
• To work in a professional and safe manner, especially in a live working railway environment

What We Offer:

• A full training programme to develop the successful candidate to the role of Examiner
• Industry recognised technical qualifications
• Ongoing personal and professional development opportunities with mentorship
• Specialist access training, including PASMA, MEWP, and confined space
• Technical training including report writing and CAD
• Railway specific safety critical training

Essential skills & requirements

• A good level of physical fitness
• Over 18 years old
• IRATA Level 3 Roped Access qualification
• A desire to learn and be open to training and mentorship
• The ability to work flexibly, including nights and weekends
• Willingness to work outdoors
• Computer literacy
• Willingness to travel and work across the UK
• Current valid driving license


Nottingham
Full time, permanent

The deadline for applications is 19/04/2024

Job purpose

To assist the Manager in being responsible for the functional upkeep of the premises (this could include elements of plumbing, electrical work, painting or even cleaning).

You will be the primary responder for facilities repairs and relevant legislative duties and will assist the warehouse team with warehouse duties when required.

Job duties

• Ensuring that the premises is maintained and in good working order.
• To ensure that all emerging defects are dealt with in a timely manner.
• Actively promoting safety and safe methods of working.
• Undertake any other reasonable duty as requested by your Supervisor / Manager.
• Assist the warehouse team when required
• Always wear appropriate PPE.

Essentials skills & requirements

• Basic DIY and property maintenance skills
• Previous experience in a manual handling-based role
• Previous experience working in a warehouse environment
• Knowledge of computer systems and Microsoft office packages

Desirable (but not essential)

• Full UK manual driving license
• Forklift license


Full and flexible hours contracts available!
Overtime available

Please only apply if you can drive to the following locations as this is where we are actively recruiting:

South West England - Cornwall, Plymouth, Exeter, Bristol, Reading
London & Surrounding - Luton, Stevenage, Chelmsford Euston, Camden, Willesden, Wembley, Stonebridge
West Midlands - Birmingham, Worcester, Banbury, Northampton, Rugby
East Anglia - Peterborough, Bedford, Cambridge

The deadline for applications is 26/04/2024

Job Purpose

When engineering maintenance is required on a section of track, a possession is taken to close the line to normal traffic providing protection for the workers.

As a Possession Support worker, you will carry out duties under direction to assist the safe and efficient delivery of access to the railway infrastructure for engineering maintenance. You will use the necessary equipment and comply with the plans provided for delivering the safe access arrangements.

Please note the majority of work will be during the night and you will be working alone.

Duties

- To assist in Implementing arrangements
- Support the movement of Engineering Trains
- Comply with all relevant legislation and railway rules
- Clearly communicate with the relevant individuals
- Follow industry and company reporting procedures
- Accurately complete the relevant documentation

Essential skills & requirements

- Excellent communication skills
- Confident working alone
- Willingness to learn and develop with a drive to progress within the organisation
- Right to work in the UK

Essential qualifications

- Hold a full UK Driving Licence


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Funded Skills Bootcamp Training

For this role, you will be required to attend our 11-day training programme.

Skills Bootcamp courses run monthly. Please consider your flexibility before applying.

The competencies you will achieve are:

- Manual Handling
- Full First Aid at Work
- Personal Track Safety (PTS)
- Possession Support (PS)
- Individual Working Alone (IWA)
- Working Near/Adjacent to DC Conductor Rails (DCCR)

More information on training will be provided.

This is a great way to get into working on the rail and we offer excellent career progression to those who put in the work!

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Full and flexible hours contracts available!
Overtime available

The deadline for applications is 19/04/2024

Please only apply if you can drive to the following locations as this is where we are actively recruiting:

North Wales
South Wales

Job Purpose

When engineering maintenance is required on a section of track, a possession is taken to close the line to normal traffic providing protection for the workers.

As a Possession Support worker, you will carry out duties under direction to assist the safe and efficient delivery of access to the railway infrastructure for engineering maintenance. You will use the necessary equipment and comply with the plans provided for delivering the safe access arrangements.

Please note the majority of work will be during the night and you will be working alone.

Duties

- To assist in Implementing arrangements
- Support the movement of Engineering Trains
- Comply with all relevant legislation and railway rules
- Clearly communicate with the relevant individuals
- Follow industry and company reporting procedures
- Accurately complete the relevant documentation

Essential skills & requirements

- Excellent communication skills
- Confident working alone
- Willingness to learn and develop with a drive to progress within the organisation
- Right to work in the UK

Essential qualifications

- Hold a full UK Driving Licence


Full time, permanent
Remote, East Midlands
Competitive salary

The deadline for applications is 26/04/2024

Due to significant contract wins and the expansion of our Technical team, we have a number of vacancies for Structures Engineers to work across the Network Rail Eastern and North West & Central Regions. This vital role involves verifying and interpreting examinations and inspections of railway assets including bridges, viaducts and retaining walls, ensuring that they are safe and in good condition for Network Rail’s passengers and freight, and making recommendations for future maintenance activities.

There will be additional opportunities to help to mentor and develop our existing and growing examinations team and shape the way that our activities are carried out in the future.

We are looking for Structures Engineers with a minimum of 4 years’ experience with UK rail assets, or experienced railway infrastructure examiners who are able to transition into the Network Rail STE2 competency within a short duration. Training and assessment will be provided, and the successful candidate will have the following attributes:

• STE2 Reviewing Engineer competency, or in a position to gain the competency
• Ideally degree educated with a railway Civil Engineering background or an experienced STE4 Examiner looking for the next step in their career.
• A working knowledge of examination and inspection techniques, production of high-quality reports and identification of defects and remedial actions.
• Familiarisation with Network Rail technical standards.
• The ability to make engineering decisions based on the condition and likely deterioration rate of a given structure, taking into account environmental and causal factors.
• The willingness to be held responsible for their recommendations.
• Evidence of training and mentoring staff in technical aspects of an engineering role.
• Ideally having experience in masonry, metallic, concrete and timber structures.
• Having experience with bridges, retaining walls, culverts, viaducts, and ancillary assets.
• Clear communication and the ability to distil technical information into easily understandable language.

Your working location will be either home based or located in our Nottingham headquarters, with travel across the region to specific sites for mentoring purposes. We offer competitive salaries, vehicle options, company pension and life assurance schemes, alongside the opportunity to work in a dynamic and ambitious company.

We are looking for staff based across the North and Midlands, with particular interest in candidates within commuting distance of Nottingham.


Full Time, Permanent
East Midlands, Nottingham
Competitive Salary

The deadline for applications is 26/04/2024

We have an exciting opportunity to join our successful and constantly expanding Site Investigation Team as a Site Investigation Trainee Technician.

Purpose:

Reporting to the Drilling Manager, trainees are taught to operate a variety of equipment and investigation techniques and will be joining an experienced and enthusiastic team of staff, delivering ground investigation and geotechnical services to our wide ranging Client base working across the UK. Trainees Technicians are developed and trained both in house and externally with plenty of scope and opportunity for development and progression into more senior roles within the department.

Bridgeway work in a wide range of sectors including major infrastructure for rail, highways, and environmental. As we undertake a large volume of railway work, there is a requirement for regular midweek nights and weekend working.

General Responsibilities/Duties:

To form part of the drilling teams and assist the Site Team Leader and Lead Driller in the following duties:

• Production of site records including, but not limited to; daily drilling logs, pre-start drilling rig checks.
• Completing in-situ testing and sampling in accordance with the requirements set out in Eurocode 7 and British Standards.
• Conduct coring operations and break outs to structures.
• Acting as Assistant Driller and working with the Lead Driller to complete boreholes in accordance with the appropriate specification using a variety of drilling rigs and equipment ranging from dynamic sampling, cable percussion and rotary drilling.
• Undertake other general labouring duties e.g. borehole grouting and general reinstatement, railway duties as required, borehole installation monitoring, delivery of consumables to site teams and collection of samples.

Qualifications Required:

You must be able to drive a manual vehicle and have a positive mindset and a willingness to learn, we’ll teach you the rest! Our training is second to none and we pride ourselves on our staff development. As part of your initial training package you will be required to undertake the following training:

• Personal Track Safety (PTS)
• Site Warden
• Emergency First Aid
• CAT & Signal Generator Operative
• Manual Handling
• PASMA Training
• CSCS
• Register for NVQ L2 in Land Drilling Operations


Full time, Permanent
South Anglia region - Ipswich, Chelmsford, Sudbury
Competitive salary

The deadline for applications is 26/04/2024

Job purpose

Due to significant contract wins and the expansion of our core team, we have a number of vacancies for Trainee Structures Examiners to work across the UK with our current team. This vital role involves examination and inspection of railway assets including bridges, viaducts and retaining walls, ensuring that they are safe and in good condition for Network Rail’s passengers and freight.

We offer a competitive starting salary with extensive overtime opportunities. Salaries are banded, so as successful candidates become competent in specific aspects of their jobs, their earning potential directly increases.

Full training and mentoring will be provided and will include as standard:

• Railway safety critical training to COSS/SWL1 level
• STE4 Structures Examination Technical Qualification
• Confined space, PASMA and IPAF (cherry picker) operator training

Duties

• Carry out Structural examinations in accordance with company and industry standards
• Clear communication and production of reports
• Inform the Project management team of the status of each examination upon completion
• To work in a professional and safe manner, especially in a live working railway environment

Essential skills & requirements

• A proactive and safety conscious approach to work
• An eagerness to work within challenging environments, including confined spaces and working at height
• IT literacy and the ability to write technical reports (ideally with technical drawing skills)
• A good level of fitness and flexibility to work unsociable hours

Essential qualifications

• A full, clean driving licence

Desirable (but not essential)

• Previous rail or Civil Engineering knowledge or experience


Full time, permanent
Must be located close to our head office in Nottingham - however you will be working on various sites across the UK
Competitive salary

The deadline for applications is 19/04/2024

Don’t want to be stuck behind a desk? Want to start a new career but not sure what in? How about surveying?

Job purpose

Bridgeway Consulting currently work on large infrastructure projects on the railway and highway networks across the UK and we are looking to expand the Geomatics department. Previous experience in surveying is not required as you would be joining an established, experienced team and would be supported throughout your learning journey with us. There are plenty of opportunities to progress within the team and we encourage everyone who joins to do so. The work is varied, and you’ll be contributing to improving the countries transport connections whilst getting your hands on some of the latest measurement technology and computer software. All we ask is that you’re keen to get stuck in, happy to travel and are prepared to work outdoors!

Duties

• Assist Engineering Surveyor or/and Project Delivery Surveyor with “on-site” survey operating instrument or setting up equipment as directed.
• Use equipment in the correct manner and keep it clean and functional before returning to stores.
• Carry out surveying tasks to the correct level of accuracy.
• Complete site documentation/records for all works in the field.
• Carry out data processing and validation to required specification, submitting to Engineering Surveyor for verification as per deadline.
• Undertake Safety Critical duties in line with competencies held and certification gained.
• Undertake other duties in accordance with the requirements of the company.

Essential skills & requirements

• Willingness to learn and develop.
• Have strong attention to detail and accuracy.
• Ability to work effectively on your own and take initiative.

Essential qualifications

• Must hold a full UK (manual gearbox) driving licence.

Desirable (but not essential)

• A degree in a relevant field such as Geography, Ecology, Civil engineering, Geographic Information Science/GIS.


Nottingham
Full time, permanent

The deadline for applications is 26/04/2024

Job duties

• Tyre fitting and maintenance
• Conduct periodic Battery checks
• Weekly gate maintenance
• Weekly rectification of quarantine area
• Monthly spare wheel carrier maintenance
• Monthly vehicle jack maintenance
• Daily housekeeping of service bay area
• Preventative maintenance of drilling rigs and ancillaries
• Preventative maintenance of hand tools
• Preventative maintenance of vehicles
• Conduct Pre-MOT’s
• Conduct Pre-PMI’s
• Conduct daily vehicle checks
• Monthly trailer checks
• Monthly tyre visual inspection and tyre pressure checks
• Seasonally Antifreeze checks
• Defect rectification of vehicles/rigs and hand tools
• Monthly stores area doors maintenance
• Forklift routine maintenance
• MEWP monthly routine maintenance – grease nipples etc
• PAT Testing?
• Reactive maintenance
• Professional opinion – go to person
• Road testing of vehicles
• Taking vehicles for MOT
• Vehicle husbandry
• Local recovery of vehicles
• Housekeeping of Service Bay area, including Tools and Equipment
• Undertake any other reasonable duty as requested by your manager

Essential skills & requirements

• Experience with a broad knowledge of Servicing, Repairs & Diagnostics of vehicles
• Have strong attention to detail
• Be professional and friendly to staff and customers alike
• Come into work every day with a ‘can do’ attitude

Essential qualifications

• Level 2 or 3 in Mechanics
• Hold a full UK manual driving license

Desirable (but not essential)

• Have access to your own tools
• Have some welding experience

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