Seddon employs over 600 people across the North West and the Midlands, in a wide range of roles including skilled tradespeople, apprentices, support roles and construction delivery professionals.
Our people are very important to us, as the success of our business and projects are determined by our teams. We have made a significant investment in our recruitment processes to ensure we attract and select the highest calibre of applicant, with the right skill set and personality to enhance the existing team. Whether you’re looking for your first opportunity or looking for a move, Seddon can offer you a progressive career structure.
Due to continued growth and a healthy pipeline of work across all regions we are always looking for qualified, highly skilled, motivated people to join our existing and expanding teams.
We are looking for brilliant people with a unique mix of skills, qualifications and experience.
- Do you want a good work/life balance?
- Do you want to work for a company with strong foundations and a rich heritage?
- Do you want to work for a company that re-invests its operating profits back into the development of its employees?
- Do you want to work for a company that believes in communities and legacy?
- Would you like an industry-leading benefits package?
If yes, all existing vacancies are advertised below; alternatively, you can submit a general interest application via the Apply Now button.Apply now
We are looking to recruit an Infrastructure Engineer role to assist in providing technical support to a complex and ever-changing IT environment and to also improve reliability, availability, security, and performance across all aspects of the IT landscape. The role will be based in our Bolton office, Plodder Lane, BL4 0NN.Read more
We are looking for a talented and enthusiast individual to join our team based in the Northwest. You will be resourceful, creative, and capable of working under your own initiative and part of multi-disciplinary teams delivering projects to a wide variety of clients.
The work will be site based mainly in the Northwest and from time to time working away will be necessary. You must hold a full UK driving licence and be familiar with Ordnance Survey mapping. Ideally, you will have Utilities Mapping Surveyor Level 3 Certificate (NVQ level 3) and have 2-4 years’ experience.
You will have a proven track record in leading site surveys. Also processing your own work with the ability to analyse and process data from a range of platforms (total station, GPR) would be an advantage.