Work with us

National Highways Limited is a UK government-owned company charged with operating, maintaining and improving England's motorways and major A roads. We aim to attract the very best talent with roles ranging from accountants to traffic officers, and engineers to project managers. All having a common aim to help to connect the country. We provide career opportunities to help individuals succeed in a wide range of challenging career pathways all with ongoing quality training and development to help you reach your goals, including apprenticeships.

National Highways Careers

Galliford Try is one of the UK's leading construction groups, working to improve the UK’s built environment and delivering lasting change for the communities they work in. Offering a wide-range of rewarding opportunities across early careers and for experienced individuals. Galliford Try Early Careers programmes are designed for school/college leavers and university graduates to begin a challenging and rewarding career. After leaving school or college studying full time isn’t for everyone and we know how enthusiastic some people can be to start learning about their chosen profession on the job. If you’re eager to start getting hands-on, practical work experience and gain a recognised qualification, then our Apprentice / Trainee Programmes could be the foundation for your career in Galliford Try. People development and training opportunities help employees to succeed and excel in their chosen career pathway.

Careers Galliford Try

We are an ex-military-friendly organisation and are proud to have pledged our commitment to The Armed Forces Corporate Covenant since 2016, working in partnership with the Career Transition Partnership (CTP) to support leavers of the military to transition into a civilian career.

Galliford Try Ex-Military Programme

We’re developing a new outreach programme for schools and youth groups in the area. This includes looking at the need and legacy of the project in the area but also how Highways England uses science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) throughout its work. We hope to be able to inspire young people to consider a career in our industry. We will be engaging with educational establishments close to our project and we will be using our STEM ambassadors with this work.

Join over 30,000 other volunteers, across the UK by become a volunteer with the STEM Ambassador programme. The training is all free of charge to enable you to become an inspiring communicator and relatable role model helping to raise career aspirations of young people in schools, colleges and in the community. Galliford Try have a number of STEM Ambassadors who regularly support activities such as CV Writing, interview techniques and careers advice and guidance.  

STEM Ambassador Programme

Launched in 2012, the school is a multi-award winning initiative which represents a common approach to addressing sustainability within our supply chains. With more than 20,000 members, the school provides free practical support in the form of e-learning modules, tailored self-assessment and action plans, sustainability training and networking opportunities.

Supply Chain Sustainability School


Working with the local community


The project team welcome involvement in local community projects. We recently raised money for the Yeovil foodbank, Lord’s Larder and donated craft packs to the Yeovil Opportunity Group. Please contact us if you would like to discuss support for your community project. The project team can be contacted here.