Our new, work-based training and development scheme is a great way for you to start building a rewarding career. It's the first step towards full-time employment in one of our most innovative and fast-paced areas.
During this programme, you'll join the Outcomes Delivery team and work alongside people at the forefront of innovation. With a range of challenging responsibilities, you'll develop valuable skills, gain industry experience and help to influence the life of London. Along the way, you'll have the chance to study for recognised qualifications.
A guaranteed minimum salary of London Living Wage, plus benefits
Applications close 18 April 2016. However, we will close schemes when sufficient numbers are received, so we recommend that you apply early.
From cars and cabs to buses and bikes, Road Space Management makes sure London's above-ground transport network works well for everyone who uses it. Our people are always creating new solutions - from working with app developers, exploring how people use our network, and developing traffic signal strategies to designing the new Cycle Superhighway that will transform cycling for millions of Londoners.
You will be a valuable member of our team with a key role to play. You'll experience different roles through a range of placements across Road Space Management and, with expert training and support, you'll develop new skills and knowledge.
By getting involved with our engineering solutions and using pioneering modelling software, you'll develop the skills to research and develop new techniques which will make London's road network even more efficient. Discovering the latest thinking in road space design helps us to shape practices that the rest of the world will adopt.
Your experiences will include:
After experiencing a variety of placements in your first three years, you'll specialise in an area that really suits you during year four. We'll give you a permanent role and further specialist training.
Through a rewarding combination of on-the-job experience, formal training and the opportunity for further funded study, you'll develop a host of confidence and capability-boosting skills. We'll set you challenges which will push you to achieve things you might not have imagined. As you progress, you'll get to solve problems, present solutions and contribute to complex projects.
You'll follow a structured training programme which covers a wide range of technical and professional skills - from reviewing and developing schemes and investigating faults to writing reports, analysing and managing data, and using specialist technology. What's more, there may be the opportunity to shape your academic future and take on further study relevant to your role, to enhance your knowledge and enrich your learning experience in a way that suits you.
Depending on your interests and your progression, the programme could open doors to a range of different career paths. For example: