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SRL Traffic Systems, the UK & Republic of Ireland’s leading manufacturer and supplier of mobile intelligent transport systems (ITS), are growing and looking for more talent to join the team…

We’re a driven, passionate and approachable team of professionals, who want to make a difference in our industry, delivering unparalleled service and leading-edge
product innovations for our customers.

We are now on a search for committed individuals to join our team and support the ongoing delivery of leading-edge solutions to the traffic management, construction, event and utilities sectors and to maintain our competitive technological edge.

It’s an exciting opportunity for the right people to join a fast growing, fast moving company at the forefront of its industry.

We have several employed opportunities across the UK and Ireland for Depot Supervisors, Operatives, Night Operatives & Administrators, making now a great time to talk to us.

Here you can find all our current career opportunities.

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Current Vacancies

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About the role:

The Depot Supervisor reports to the Regional Manager and is directly responsible for the day to day
running of their depot and region and to ensure that all the SRL company policies and procedures are
fully complied with.


Supervise all staff at their depot. Arrange working day for operatives. Maintain the depot and ensure all equipment is fully maintained and safe for use. Customer liaison. Provide customers with quotations and arrange all hires requests. Complete paperwork and ensure all hires/off hires/exchanges are entered onto our system.

Help operatives complete training and the Task Book. Day to day running of their depot. Abide by the company rules and regulations, including COSHH, Health & Safety and quality assurance.

Personal Attributes:


  • Full UK Driving Licence (B&E would be an advantage).
  • O/CSE/GCSE English/Maths or equivalent.


  • Previous role in maintenance or operation of temporary traffic systems would be desirable.
  • Electrical background would be advantageous.
    Supervisory experience.

Key Skills & Abilities

  • Good organisation and planning skills
  • Ability to work to deadlines.
  • Flexible.

Key Personal Qualities

  • Quick learner.
  • Adaptable.
  • Team Player.

Other Considerations

  • Rotational on-call cover.
  • Overtime.
  • Possible travel and overnight stays to meet business needs.

About us:

SRL have the UK’s largest hire fleet of portable and temporary, traffic lights and pedestrian signals, and more recently a comprehensive range of VMS signs.

With a nationwide 30-depot network, a specialist fleet of over 150 delivery vehicles, in excess of 1400 bespoke trailers, and a highly-skilled, knowledgeable workforce, no other hire company can offer the Traffic Management industry similar support.

Location: Various

Salary: OTE

Main Activities:

Health and Safety
•     Ensure that all works conducted within our depots and at our customer sites are undertaken with the full regard for the safety of yourself, your colleagues, and our clients, whilst ensuring all areas are always maintained to the highest standards of housekeeping.

•     Ensure that all works conducted are undertaken with the full regard for the environment, with the aim of preventing or minimising any pollution incidents.

•     Follow all company health and safety procedures, whilst being alert and able to identify potential hazards to ensure these risks are either removed or the hazard minimized to an acceptable level of risk.

•     Supporting a “Don’t walk by” culture by Reporting, near misses, with an aim of preventing these instances developing into a potential accident.

•     Read, sign, and comply with all company toolbox talks, risk assessments, method statements and COSHH assessments.

•     Whilst attending client’s sites, conduct yourself in a courteous and professional manner.

•     All client local site rules must be followed whilst working at their premises or sites.

Interdepartmental working 
•     Responsible for building and maintaining professional working Relationships with your colleagues in all departments.


•     Responsible for the safe working procedures at all times.

•     Responsible for carrying out full inspection, service and repair of trailers and hire fleet.

•     Responsible for completing all relevant inspection paperwork for all assets that have been worked on. Identifying fair wear and tear and customer damage.

•     Responsible for planning own diary by contacting and arranging with customers to ensure equipment are available for inspection.

•     Responsible for van work tools and spares stock.


•     Responsible for making sure that all SRL checked equipment is fit for purpose and quarantined if not until repairs have been carried out.

•     Responsible for liaising with customers both before and after visits.

•     Responsible for completing all the relevant paperwork and obtaining signatures and PO’s where required prior to leaving site.

•     Responsible for always working safely, wearing the correct PPE and keeping the work area neat and tidy.

•     Responsible for ensuring the van spares stock usage is recorded and replenished when the minimum stock levels are reached.

•     You always represent the companies’ best interests, by presenting themselves in a smart and professional manner.

•     Responsible for supporting our training team in the development of yourself to ensure you can undertake the duties expected of them both safely and professionally.

•     To perform other appropriate duties as assigned by the line manager. 

Essential Experience:

•       Experience in service and repair of portable TFL’s and trailers,

•       The ability to effectively influence onsite work activities.

•       The ability to work alone and as part of a team.

•       Full driving licence – No more than 6 points (Mandatory)


Desirable Experience:

•       Basic electrical fault finding.

•       Worked within a Highways environment.

•       A basic knowledge of traffic light equipment 

•       CSCS card holder 

•       Competent in driving a company van and pickups up to 3.5 Ton in size.

•       Competent in the towing of a trailer with plant equipment loaded.

Desirable Qualifications:

•       GCSEs in English and Mathematics

•       City and Guilds, qualification or equivalent in highways installations 

•       Sector 8 Accreditation, Health, and Safety qualifications, including NRSWA, G39, and



Personal Attributes / Skills:

•       Excellent interpersonal and organisational skills and the ability to react to changing demands in a professional manner.

•       Resourceful, and excellent problem-solving skills

•       Ability to deliver an excellent customer experience both internally and externally.

•       A person who takes the safety of themselves and others as their number 1 priority

•       A reliable and flexible team player 

•       Organized, trustworthy and initiative-taking.

•       Enthusiastic and collaborative approach.

Salary: £25,000

The interviewing process for this role will start on the 5th of January.

Job Summary: 

The Assembly Technician plays a critical role in the manufacturing process by assembling components according to our internal specifications and quality standards.

Main Activities:

· Perform assembly tasks based on detailed instructions. You will be assembling components using hand and power tools.

· You will inspect all parts prior to use for defects, damages or inconsistencies a head of assembly.

· You will perform your own quality check a head of final sign off to ensure the product meets internal quality and specification standards.

· You will maintain and clean your tools, equipment and work bench to ensure any breakdowns or malfunctions are avoided.

· You will accurately record assembly data (quantities, part numbers, quality notes) and record assembly notes per internal guidelines.

· You will assemble metal work, signal heads and wiring of products.

· You will pack and load products ready for dispatch.

· You will assist in the delivery of equipment to our depots and our customer locations.

Desirable Experience:

· Previous experience of working within a manufacturing environment.

· Product wiring knowledge.

· Knowledge of assembly techniques, tools, and equipment.

· Driving license.

Personal Attributes / Skills:

· A person who takes the safety of themselves and others as their number one priority

· Someone who has the ability to work independently or as part of a team in a fast-paced manufacturing environment.

· Someone who has strong communication skills.

· Someone who is comfortable working to strict deadlines and targets.

· Someone who ideally has basic computer skills for recording and reporting data.

· Be able to build relationships and collaborate at all levels.

· Someone who is well organised and happy to learn about our fantastic product range.


£30,000 - £40,000 (Depending on Experience) + an additional payment of £5,000 for out of hours work.

Due to the nature of the role, we are open to applications from candidates who live in; or can commute from some of the following areas: Leicester, Coventry, Redditch, Rugby, Northampton, Milton Keynes, or Hemel Hempstead.

The Role:

We are looking for an experienced commissioning engineer working for the UK's largest fleet in semi-permanent traffic systems across the country. This position is a technical role and will involve some day, night, and occasional weekend work. If you like working on varied projects and understand electrical systems and networking where no two days are the same, this role could be ideal.

Your main role would be to visit sites to check that systems have been put out correctly before signing off to the customer. With this role you need to be very organised as your day will constantly change, it does involve a lot of traveling, so a company van and fuel car will be provided. Flexibility is essential as each day is completely different from the last.

The Responsibilities:

  • Commissioning the installation of Traffic Control while liaising with the local authorities.
  • Reviewing and testing controller configuration documents before signing off to customers.
  • Assisting with signal and cable repairs as and when required if needed
  • Supporting with site meetings where applicable, site inspections as and when required
  • Support with CCTV Enquiries


  • An eye for detail, team player, adaptable, confident communicator.
  • We are looking for someone who has experience commissioning products.
  • Understanding electrical systems is essential.
  • Driving license
  • Carried out Site Acceptance Tests
  • Familiar with UTC and preferably MOVA
  • Understanding of controller specifications
  • Technically competent fault finding, wiring electronics, etc

Salary: £30,000 - £40,000 (Depending on Experience) + an additional payment of £5,000 for out of hours work.

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Our People

We’re always on the lookout for outstanding individuals, so if you’re looking for your next career challenge but can’t see the right opportunity, please get in touch. Let us know how you can make a difference at SRL.

Daniel Duncan

“I’m very hands-on and passionate about doing everything we can to support our customers. For me, that’s about getting the basics right."

Daniel Duncan

“It’s a team effort at SRL and everyone supports each other, so I will always attend call-outs if I’m needed.”

Ryan McCutcheon

Ryan McCutcheon
Matt Felce

“I knew a lot of people at SRL already and I’ve been fortunate to work with a brilliant team that’s highly knowledgeable, but also really passionate about what it does. It has been a great fit for me.”

Matt Felce

“Before I joined SRL in September last year, I’d worked for many organisations, including Bristol City Council, Highways England and Atkins. So, my background had been predominantly in permanent signals, which are a different dynamic to temporary systems”

Max Thorley

Max Thorley
Stephen Daly

“I am really proud of my team, they work very hard to keep the region running and we achieve great results. It really is a team effort at SRL and everyone plays their part in delivering a great customer experience,”

Stephen Daly

“Having spent nearly 10 years at SRL as an operative and then as a supervisor, I’ve picked up a lot of in-depth product knowledge and this has equipped me well for my new role as training manager,” says Matt. “In my training, I cover everything that’s needed to run a hire depot, such as how to put out mobile traffic lights, how to test a battery, how to maintain and repair traffic lights and how to fix a trailer. It’s all vital in helping SRL to deliver it market-leading service – we never let customers down.”

Matt Hunns

Matt Hunns
Debora McKay

“No two days are the same for me, but that’s what I love about my job,” she says. “It gives me a great sense of achievement to help customers and to be involved with so many depots. I’m proactive and I always respond to customers as quickly as possible – they rely on us to provide the support they need, whenever they need it."

Debora McKay

“I was delighted to be given the opportunity to become a supervisor,” says Ryan. “The role comes with a lot of responsibility and hard work, but I thrive on that. This job is a lifestyle and it may not suit everybody, but it is perfect for me. I really do enjoy coming to work every day. I love my job.”

Ryan Pearce

Ryan Pearce
Dilan Rees

“The role with SRL was completely different to what I had been doing before, but I love a challenge and I knew it was exactly what I wanted to do,”

Dilan Rees

“I’ve had a variety of customer-facing jobs and I’m at home with technology, so this role was ideal for me”

Malcolm Law

Malcolm Law
Joe McWilliams

“When the job came up at SRL, I knew it was for me – I could see that SRL had a great team of people and was growing rapidly, and I wanted to be a part of that.”

Joe McWilliams

“I’ve always been the type of person that likes to be occupied. I don’t want to be sat still. I worked in the construction industry before I joined SRL, so I’m used to a physical job and early starts”

Billy Chapman

Billy Chapman
Vanessa Johnson

“This job carries a lot of responsibility and things can change at any minute, but I love the variety of the role and I really enjoy working with customers”

Vanessa Johnson

“This is very much a customer service role for me and I see everyone – whether they’re a client or a member of the SRL team – as a customer,”

Claire Ingham

Claire Ingham
Nathan Chalder

“I was excited about the product and I could immediately see that there was a great opportunity for us to progress from cross-hiring VMS to building our own fleet.”

Nathan Chalder

“It is a very busy role and I get hundreds of calls a day from my colleagues and customers, but I really enjoy playing a part in keeping people safe on the roads. It is an important job.”

Paul Hamilton

Paul Hamilton
Vicki Jagger

“When I started working at SRL, I was responsible for looking after the company’s master spreadsheet. Like many businesses at the time, we were still manually invoicing and there was a lot of information being duplicated.” says Vicki.  “Back then, we had just six depots, so it was manageable to collate information for each one, but, as the business was growing, it was clear that we needed to introduce a system that would reduce our manual inputting to help us ultimately improve productivity and save time.”

Vicki Jagger

"I had a call recently at 2am from a client about the Testo’s junction in the north east. The Urban 64 kit was not performing properly and the timings were slightly out. We were keen to resolve the problem before the rush hour started, so I called an engineer who arrived on site within two hours. It turned out that some traffic management equipment had been moved and it just needed a minor adjustment to get the system up and running normally again. The issue was solved within a two and a half hour window and the client was delighted."

James Smart

James Smart
Tracy Sezol

It’s a busy role looking after so many large customers with very demanding requirements, but I love the customer service element of my job and building relationships with people,” says Tracy. “I have a great rapport with my customers and they know that they can come to me with any requests or issues and I will look after them.”

Tracy Sezol