Join our Highways Team
Our Highways Project Delivery Team are looking for talented people who can connect our communities.
Joining our team at Cambridgeshire County Council means:
Working on innovative projects
We manage some of the region’s most significant and high-profile highway projects. We have a multi-million-pound project portfolio and are continually pushing boundaries to achieve carbon neutral design and construction. We have a diverse project delivery team of over 50 people and a highways and transport team of over 300.
We are working on significant infrastructure projects in the region including studies on the A10 and A141. We are working closely with our energy team to provide sustainable solutions. We have a passion for delivering active travel projects to increase and improve our cycling and walking infrastructure.
The image above shows the recently constructed Fendon Road Roundabout, the very first truly Dutch inspired Roundabout in the UK, where pedestrians and cyclists have priority over motor vehicles on each arm. It received so much press attention when it was completed that it had its own 15 minute slot on the BBC’s ‘One Show’ programme which has now lead to similar roundabouts being installed throughout the country and across the world, for example Germany and New Zealand.
Cambridge is the cycling capital of the UK and here at CCC we have a passion for delivering innovative active travel projects to encourage the residents of Cambridgeshire to walk and cycle more often and more safely.
Support for career progression and training opportunities
We offer a comprehensive Learning and Development programme with opportunities to develop specialisms like Design Engineer and Project Management courses. Find out more about our learning and development offer here.
Flexible and remote working
We support colleagues to work in a flexible way including hybrid working, nine-day fortnight, term time only contracts, job share and operate a ‘flex from 1st' approach to give people the right to request flexible working from day-one of employment.
A commitment to enhancing Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI)
We have an inclusive culture and have launched a range of EDI initiatives to help us promote this. Having a diverse workforce is of the utmost importance; especially in terms of shared learning, discussing caseloads and achieving the best outcomes for the people who use our services. Visit our EDI page to find out more.
Working with inspirational Team Managers
We have experienced and supportive Team Managers to help facilitate a culture of trust and autonomy whilst supporting you to thrive in your roles.
Join our teams and experience all of this for yourself
To apply to join visit our Highway Project Delivery teams page.