Tarmac has started the recruitment process for its largest graduate intake to date with 37 university leavers set to join its nationwide programme next year.
The company is offering a variety of roles across its business, with each graduate position lasting for two years. The scheme has been designed to build business skills and provide graduates with a real insight into the specialism that they choose – be it in general management, technical and engineering, operations management or finance.
Commenting on the programme, Cyrille Ragoucy, chief executive of Tarmac, said: "The UK construction industry needs talented and highly-skilled people to help deliver the next generation of infrastructure supporting our economy and quality of life well into the future.
“To address this need, Tarmac is offering a range of exciting opportunities to young people. By supporting their development and enabling them to have successful careers in our company, these graduates will have a real contribution to the UK's future.”
In addition to its graduate recruitment programme, the company has an annual commitment to offer around 80 apprenticeship opportunities across the United Kingdom, lasting between one to five years.