Come and join us!


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.
We value and support the diverse cultures, perspective, skills, and experiences of our workforce.
We want to recruit, develop, and retain the most talented people, regardless of their background and make best use of their talents.
The aim is for our workforce to be truly representative of all sections of society and our customers, and for each employee to feel respected and able to give their best.


For any recruitment related queries, please email [email protected]

Full time, permanent
Competitive Salary

The deadline for applications is 23/08/2024

Bridgeway Aerial are expanding their UAS operations and are now looking to recruit an enthusiastic and diligent individual to join the team in an entry level position. This is a multifaceted, interdisciplinary role which will draw on a number of skillsets of the successful candidate. In brief, the role will entail the following, with training and mentoring available throughout:

UAS operation. You will form an integral part of the flight team and will be responsible for on-site data acquisition using a variety of UAS platforms and ensuring data integrity. Prior to data capture, you will be responsible for mission planning, kit preparation, the production of HSQE documentation, and liaising with various ATC units across the UK ( where required).

Data Processing. You will play a significant role in the processing and presentation of data (supported by the wider Geomatics team) both to internal project managers and external clients. Data will typically include photography & videography, photogrammetry, LiDAR, thermal imagery, and GNSS survey control data. Raw and processed data will require your careful and continued management to organise, back-up, and distrubute accordingly.

Preparation & Maintenance
. You will assist with the management of our fleet of aircraft, perform maintenance updates as/when required, manage flight logs and internal assurance records, and update all associated documentation and digital platforms in tandem. Prior to mobilisation, you will be responsible for ensuring all equipment and personnel are prepared, and that all technical briefs and survey tasks are fully understood.

Much of our work takes place on or around the UK rail network. Full training will be provided to allow the successful candidate to work in that environment.

Essential skills & requirements

• UAS operational experience (a current GVC would be beneficial)
• Flight hours demonstratable via Pilot Logbook (preferably on DJI platforms)
• Technical understanding of UAV platforms, sensors, and strategies for optimal data capture
• Excellent written & verbal communication skills, and proficient IT capabilities
• Well-organised, enthusiastic, with the ability to work proactively to resolve problems and/or build knowledge
• Willingness to learn and develop new skills quickly
• Physically able to (occasionally) cover large distances on foot and handle heavy items of equipment
• Manual driving license & ability to travel and stay away regularly across the UK
• Safety-first attitude

Desirable (but not essential)

• UAS data capture, particularly for the purpose of survey and inspection projects
• Railway experience/competency (e.g. PTS)
• Core data processing (photogrammetry & LiDAR)
• Aircraft fleet management and upkeep of maintenance schedules
• Report writing


• 26 days annual leave plus bank holidays
• Business use vehicle
• Hybrid working (subject to agreement)
• In-house training & development
• Annual company social events

Full time, permanent

The deadline for applications is 26/07/2024

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

East Midlands & East Coast South
Full time, permanent
Competitive salary

The deadline for applications is 31/07/2024

Job Purpose

To ensure the overall site safety whilst working on a possession. To ensure that the possession support staff are familiar with the work site and possession requirements.

Job Duties

• Planning duties for the possessions allocated to the individual employee.
• Familiarisation with work sites and engineering tasks to be undertaken.
• Identification of blocking points.
• Tagging of blocking points.
• Attending site meetings.
• Chairing PICOP Meetings.
• Contributing to risk assessments.
• Contributing to the development of contingency planning.
• Arranging for Possession Support Staff to undertake familiarisation with work site and possession requirements.
• Undertake refresher training.
• Undertake development training.
• Working under the direction of Network Rail or its successors’ representatives.
• Familiarise yourself with the Railway Geography of the areas in which you work.
• Undertake local training and familiarisation of Possession Support Staff.
• Deputise for the contract manager when required.
• Comply with the training and other requirements of your Safety Responsibility Statement.
• Attend Possession Management / Site / Safety Critical / Planning meetings as required and requested.
• Assist with the development, coaching and mentoring of Safety Critical Staff.
• To carry out safety critical duties in accordance with competency certification held.
• To assist in the office as and when required.
• Undertake other duties in accordance with the requirements of the company.

Key Requirements

• Experience as PICOP or SPICOP in a previous role
• Relevant PICOP or SPICOP rail competencies
• Extensive route knowledge of Eastern and East Midlands routes
• Full UK manual driving license

Nottingham, East Midlands
Full time

Bridgeway Consulting Ltd was established in 1995 and has grown to become one of the leading consulting and engineering services companies in the UK today, covering many aspects of civil engineering and asset management. Employing over 500 people across the UK, Bridgeway aims to provide an effective and professional service that sets them apart from others in the industry.

The deadline for applications is 26/07/2024

Our Benefits:

• Bridgeway Corporate Discounts
• Employee Assistance Programme
• Flexible working hours for non-safety critical roles
• Recommend a Friend Incentive Scheme – earn up to £500 for everyone you recommend
• Competitive Annual Leave including Birthday Leave, Length of Service Additional days and option to Purchase additional days on an annual basis
• Team Events
• Group Life Assurance Scheme
• Enhanced Pension Scheme
• Enhanced Maternity and Paternity Leave

Equal Opportunities:

Bridgeway is an equal opportunities employer. We want to recruit, develop and retain the most talented people. We encourage you to show up to work each and everyday as your most authentic self.

Job Purpose

To deliver training assessments for an NSAR Gold assured provider. As part of this role, travel will be required and a company vehicle will be provided.

Job Duties

• Deliver training and competence assessments in accordance with Sentinel Rules and Network Rail standards
• Support the business with the development and mentoring of future Trainers/Assessors

Essential Skills & Requirements

• NSAR Assured
• Recognised Training and Assessing Qualification
• Ability to train and assess Rail Safety Critical competencies
• Excellent communication skills
• Must have a valid full UK driving license

Singlewell, Graveshend, Kent
Full Time, Felxible Working Options Available

The deadline for applications is 26/07/2024

Bridgeway Consulting Ltd are the only authorised supplier of safety critical training to Network Rail High Speed (NRHS).

NRHS is a wholly owned subsidiary of Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd responsible for operating, maintaining and renewing the HS1 route on behalf of its client HS1 Ltd. As the only 300kmph railway in the country, NRHS operates to different standards to the rest of Network Rail, with its own safety management systems and safety critical roles. NRHS are developing their Training Centre at their iSinglewell Depot where this role will be based.

Role Overview:

We are seeking a passionate and knowledgeable Training Instructor to join our dynamic team. In this role, you will be responsible for delivering high-quality training programs to new recruits and current employees, ensuring they possess the necessary skills and knowledge to operate safely and efficiently on NRHS infrastructure.

Key Responsibilities:

• Develop and deliver comprehensive training programs covering all aspects of NRHS operations and safety protocols.
• Assess the training needs of staff and customise training sessions to meet those needs effectively.
• Monitor and evaluate the progress of trainees, providing feedback and additional support as required.
• Stay updated with the latest industry standards, regulations, and best practices to ensure training content remains current and relevant.
• Collaborate with the NRHS Training Management team to plan and deliver training to maintain staff competence.
• Accurately record completion of training courses and assessment events in a timely manner.
• Support the NRHS Training Management team in awarding and verifying Safety Critical competencies via the Competence Management System.
• Support learning and development of trainees by undertaking on site competence assessments during engineering hours (night work).


• Proven experience in rail industry operations or maintenance, preferably within a high-speed rail environment.
• Excellent communication and presentation skills, with the ability to engage and inspire trainees.
• Strong organisational skills and attention to detail.
• Relevant certifications in NRHS Competences (desirable but not essential).
• Level 3 Qualification in Education & Training (or equivalent).
• Level 3 award in assessing competence in the work environment (or equivalent).
• A commitment to safety and continuous improvement.

What We Offer:

• Competitive salary package commensurate with experience.
• Comprehensive benefits.
• Opportunities for professional development and career progression.
• A supportive and inclusive working environment.

We understand the importance of work-life balance and offer a range of working hours to suit your needs, including:

• Full-time: Standard 40 hours per week.
• Flexible Working: Options available to accommodate flexible working patterns

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 26/07/2024

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.


- 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

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!


Nottingham or York
Competitive salary
Full time, permanent

The deadline for applications is 01/08/2024

Job purpose

The Project Manager is responsible for the organisation, co-ordination and delivery of site and ground investigation works. As the Site Investigation Project Manager you will report to the Principal Project Manager.

You will allocate and report upon weekly resources, delivery constraints and financial performance, ensuring that the team is able to deliver against client and contractual demands within our site and ground investigation services.

Job duties

• Manage geotechnical and ground investigation work/structural investigation work.
• Be responsible for the delivery of site work and associated deliverables.
• Ongoing client care by using clear and open communication.
• Preparation of quotations, costing and service to clients.
• Prepare financial and programme performance data for the Principal Project Manager.
• Undertake site audits and maintaining the quality of our service.
• Carry out Safety Critical duties in line with competencies held and certification gained.
• Undertake other duties in accordance with the requirements of the company.

Key requirements

• Demonstrable academic or operational experience in supervision and management of ground investigation works.
• Located in either Nottingham or York when required, but able to commute to either on occasion
• Have a full UK manual driving license
• Previous project manager experience within a similar geotechnical role, or ready to step up into the role
• Relevant safety critical competencies / IOSH managing safety
• Computer literate and MS competent

Desirable (but not essential)

• Previous experience within Rail

Full time, permanent

The deadline for applications is 26/07/2024

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 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 26/07/2024

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!


• 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.

An error has occurred. This application may no longer respond until reloaded. Reload 🗙