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HS2 Jobs Board

Construction
The new HS2 Jobs Board offers those looking for work or a change of career, the opportunity to search the very latest vacancies with HS2’s construction partners and station contractors delivering Phase One of the railway – this is first time that all the opportunities to work directly on HS2 will be available to search in one place.  

The platform allows prospective candidates to search for vacancies by region, or by specialism, so you can quickly identify opportunities that match their criteria. Importantly, these jobs aren’t just for engineers and construction workers, they stretch from apprentice level up to senior management, covering a variety of disciplines.
 
HS2 want the workforce they build to reflect the diverse nature of the country HS2 will serve and are actively looking to encourage underrepresented groups into the industry, who may not have otherwise thought about a career in infrastructure. The HS2 Jobs Board is intended to help ensure these groups have full visibility of opportunities available. 

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