Costain helps to improve people’s lives by deploying technology-based engineering solutions to meet urgent national needs across the UK’s energy, water and transportation infrastructures.
The HS2 Enabling Works contract is a c.£500m project over a 4-6 year contract period. Costain is in JV with Skanska for the project. Geographically, the project is spread across the area between Euston Station and Northolt, with major works occurring at Euston and Old Oak Common where the two main site compounds will be based. Scope of works packages includes demolition, utilities diversions, highway realignments, instrumentation and monitoring, environmental works and surveys and construction compounds.
As a Requirements Engineer at High Speed 2 Enabling Works you will gain the opportunity to work on a highly complex, multi-disciplinary project. The requirements engineer is required to join the team responsible for the technical assurance delivery using a systems engineering approach for one of the highest profile and largest infrastructure projects in Europe. The individual will be responsible for capturing and developing stakeholder requirements at the highest level and ensuring that these requirements are specified, managed and fully assured within the delivery of the HS2 Enabling Works contract.
We listened to our employees so our Core Benefits are funded by us and include a Group Pension Scheme, Employee Assistance Programme, Life Assurance, Income Protection and funded membership to a Professional Institute. In addition to this we also offer a Private Healthcare Scheme, Private Dental Scheme, Childcare Vouchers, Cycle to Work, Volunteering Days and Save as You Earn Scheme.
At Costain we ensure that we are an accessible, diverse and inclusive organisation to continue to meet our customers’ needs. We will be industry leading in our approach and people from all backgrounds will be proud to work for Costain. Our goal is to have a workforce that is representative of society.
We actively encourage applications from candidates who have a relationship with the armed forces community whether as a currently serving member or reservist, ex-military or wounded personnel or as a member of a service family.