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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.

If you would like to learn more about a role, or wish to send us your CV directly, please email: recruitment@SRL.co.uk, or complete the form on this page.

Current Vacancies

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Traffic Light Installer, Coventry, - Basic salary and out-of-hours payments

We have a fantastic opportunity for a permanent full-time position to work out of our depot at Coventry.

  • Full Training
  • Company Vehicle (Work Use Only)
  • Fuel Card (Work Use Only)
  • Overtime Rate - £ 50 Monday night, Thursday night, £80 Friday night - Sunday
  • On-Call Rate - £ 10 per day
  • All hotels/accommodations are provided when staying away with a £30 meal allowance.

What will you be doing?

The main purpose of this role is to install, repair, and remove temporary traffic lights on the National Highways around the UK whilst working to the highest level of Health and Safety standards. The role does require a lot of physical work as well as other activities such as:

  • Lifting ancillary equipment and cables.
  • Installing overhead cabling
  • Picking parts and taking them from a store area to your vehicle.
  • Driving a company van and pickups up to 3.5t  in size
  • Moving equipment between sites/depots.
  • Taking part in an on-call rota
  • Completing reports via app-based software on a phone or tablet.
  • Occasionally, staying away in hotels to complete work.
  • Although we are predominantly based in Coventry, you may be required to work in other areas of the country, which may involve overnight stays.

What are we looking for?

The role will require flexibility as our service is available to clients 24hrs/365 days a year. As such, it will involve you working days, nights, and occasional weekends. For this, you will be paid an "On Call" and night-time allowance in addition to your basic salary. To enable you to assess if you could fulfil this role successfully, we have provided a few essential and desirable skills and experiences:

The Essentials:

  • Electrical based background
  • A reliable and flexible individual
  • An individual who is willing to work 80% nights and 20% days
  • Willing to work out of hours and be on-call
  • Comfortable at heights
  • Full driving license with a maximum of 3 points

The Desirables:

  • Working in a Highways environment
  • Traffic Signals
  • CSCS card holder
  • IPAF Trained
  • Hold an NPOR competency card
  • Hold Forklift License

Where required, you may be offered to attend an IPAF and NPOR training course to aid you in operating one of our mobile platforms or Telehandlers. The company will provide all required PPE, and equipment training/certification for you to complete the role.

You must have the right to work in the UK to be considered for the role.

Salary:

Traffic Light Operative, Watford


Are you looking for a new challenge? Something with fantastic earning potential, with no previous experience necessary? Then look no further

The Benefits:

Operatives have the potential to earn substantially more through overtime and on-call shifts as well as taking part in three levels of training.

  • Company van + fuel card
  • 25 days holiday + (bank holidays after probation)
  • Enhanced maternity/paternity packages
  • Training is split into three levels and is linked to pay.


The Company:

Our client is the UK and Ireland's biggest supplier of temporary traffic light equipment with 30 depots nationwide. We also manufacture and hire various other products that are often used in tandem with temporary traffic signals, products like CCTV cameras, ANPR, automatic work-zone protection barriers, and variable messaging signs. Traffic light operatives are the backbone of the business. Day in, and day out, the operatives are on the front line with customers, you might say like the 4th emergency service, delivering on the partnerships that have enabled them to continue to grow over the last 25 years. With no experience required, our client invests in comprehensive training for all new starters. They want to help you build a career, not just a job and there are fantastic progression opportunities and a clear pathway.

The Role:

As a Traffic Light Operative (TLO), your main role will be installing, repairing, and removing temporary traffic lights. This tends to be working on behalf of their hire customers some of whom will be contracted for long-term works, while others will be working more reactively in response to things like emergency utilities works or road-traffic accidents. The nature of these emergency works means hours will vary. This can occasionally involve weekend work and night work.

Your main responsibilities include:

  • Working on-site Traffic Management plans.
  • Basic fault finding and resolution of company equipment.
  • Signal maintenance and battery exchanges.
  • Adhering to all company policies, procedures, and safe methods of working.
  • You will promote a positive company image whilst at work, wearing company-branded PPE.

The operative roles are fast-paced and active. There certainly won't be a dull day! Applicants for the role should bear in mind that the batteries in our traffic lights weigh 23kg each, so there can be quite a lot of manual handling involved day-to-day. It's important to mention we continue to invest in EHSQ to ensure that our whole team works safely throughout and are ROSPA Gold winners.

The Person:

So, what does a good operative look like? To succeed in this role, you will need to be:

  • Super organised to help you keep on top of your workload.
  • A fantastic communicator to keep your teammates and customers in the loop.
  • Flexible and adaptable, keep calm under pressure, and multi-task as the day's requirements and task list evolve.
  • Punctual and reliable. We need to know that you'll turn up and get the job done for our customers you are the face of the business, and our reputation is key!
  • Energetic and enthusiastic! If you're looking for a desk job this is not for you! You will certainly burn a few calories

Experience and qualifications:

A full UK driving license is essential as you will have a company van/truck, which will be taken home at night. A safe place to park is essential.

Desirable:

A previous role in maintaining or operating temporary traffic systems.
A previous electrical background would be beneficial

Salary:

Depot Supervisor, East Grinstead

The Person:
Are you ready to take charge, elevate your career, and be the driving force behind a thriving depot in East Grinstead? We're on the lookout for a versatile and forward-thinking Supervisor to join our dynamic team!

We're not just looking for a Supervisor; we want someone who embodies dynamism, thrives on challenges, and has an unstoppable drive to make a difference. If you're the type to roll up your sleeves and lead from the front, this role is tailor-made for you!

Ground-Up Impact: Be the architect of success! Drive the depot's growth from the ground up and leave your mark on every success story.

Multi-Tasking Mastery: Juggling tasks is your forte! Showcase your ability to multi-task and take on challenges with finesse.

Proactive Powerhouse: We're not just looking for a supervisor; we want a proactive powerhouse! Anticipate needs, think ahead, and be the catalyst for positive change.

The Benefits:

  • Company Van (Work Use Only)
  • Fuel Card (Work Use Only)
  • PPE Provided
  • Great workplace
  • Feel safe at work
  • Supportive Senior Leadership Team

The Role:

Responsible for the preparation and the onsite delivery of our traffic light installations. The role requires you to manage a team of around ten people, ensuring they are suitably prepared to arrive at our client's site to complete our installation works within the programmed timescales. As the supervisor, whilst our installations are taking place, your main priority is to ensure our H&S procedures are followed, to ensure the safety of our teams, our client, and the public always.
This role requires our teams to be flexible as the service we provide is available to our clients 24/7/365 days a year. As such this will involve you working days, and occasional weekends.

Essential Experience:

  • The ability to work alone and as part of a team
  • The ability to work at heights
  • Full driving license - No more than 6 points
  • Travel and stay away from the UK
  • The role will be 80/20 split between the site and, depot work
  • Experienced in the supervision of onsite works
  • Worked within a Highways environment
  • The ability to prioritise their own and the activities of others

Desirable Experience:

  • Basic electrical knowledge
  • Basic knowledge of traffic signals theory (phases/stages/detection)

Desirable Qualifications:

  • City and Guilds, qualification or equivalent in highway installations
  • Sector 8 Accreditation, Health, and Safety qualifications, including NRSWA, G39, and ECS)
  • IT literate

Training:

Where required, we may need you to attend some additional supervisor training courses to aid you in developing in this role.

You must have the right to work in the UK and have a maximum of 6 points (preferably clean / no bans in the past)

Salary:

VMS Driver Operative Based out of Romford or Watford depot

The Job:

The primary role of a VMS Driver Operative is to support the VMS operations team in deploying and setting up our VMS units at locations provided by our customers. This role also involves collecting units when off-hired, conducting off-hire inspections, minor repairs, and preparing units for hire in the depot. Additionally, responsibilities include carrying out battery exchanges, cleaning, and inspections on long-term hires in the field, as well as assisting the local depot in preparing, delivering, and collecting traffic lights and other SRL products.

The Benefits:

  • Company Van (Work Use Only)
  • Fuel Card (Work Use Only)
  • 25 Days Holiday Plus Bank Holidays (After Probation)
  • Full Training
  • Great Company Culture
  • Feel Valued At Work
  • Safe in the workplace


Main Activities:

  • Ensure all work within depots and customer sites prioritizes safety for oneself, colleagues, and clients.
  • Maintain high standards of housekeeping and prevent/minimize environmental pollution incidents.
  • Identify and mitigate potential hazards, reporting near misses promptly.
  • Comply with company health and safety procedures, toolbox talks, risk assessments, method statements, and COSHH assessments.
  • Conduct oneself professionally and courteously while attending client sites.
  • Adhere to all client local site rules.
  • Build and maintain professional relationships with colleagues across all departments.


The Key Duties:

  • Ensure adherence to safe working procedures.
  • Deliver and collect VMS, CCTV, and traffic lights.
  • Conduct full inspection, service, and repair of the hire fleet.
  • Complete all relevant paperwork for delivery, collection, and inspection.
  • Identify fair wear and tear and customer damage.
  • Maintain cleanliness and legal compliance of the vehicle through daily checks.
  • Ensure SRL checked equipment is fit for purpose.
  • Liaise with customers before and after visits.
  • Work safely, wear appropriate PPE, and keep work areas tidy.
  • Occasionally work away from home and during night shifts.


Essential Experience:

  • Ability to work independently and in a team.
  • Full driving licence with no more than 6 points.


Desirable Experience:

  • Basic electrical fault finding skills.
  • Experience in a Highways environment.
  • Basic knowledge of traffic light equipment.
  • CSCS card holder.
  • Competent in driving company vehicles and towing trailers with loaded plant equipment.


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 ECS.


Personal Attributes / Skills:

  • Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills.
  • Resourcefulness and strong problem-solving abilities.
  • Commitment to delivering excellent customer experiences.
  • Prioritization of safety for oneself and others.
  • Reliability, flexibility, and initiative.
  • Enthusiastic and collaborative approach.


You must have the right to work in the UK and hold a valid UK driving license with maximum of 6 points

Salary:

Traffic Light Operative, East Grinstead

Are you looking for a new challenge? Something with fantastic earning potential, with no previous experience necessary? Then look no further.

The Benefits:

  • Operatives can earn substantially more through overtime, on-call shifts and three levels of training.
  • Company van + fuel card
  • 25 days holiday (Plus bank holidays) after probation 
  • Enhanced maternity/paternity packages
  • Training is split into three levels and is linked to pay.

The Company:

SRL is the UK and Ireland's biggest temporary traffic light equipment supplier with 30 depots nationwide. We also manufacture and hire various other products often used with temporary traffic signals, such as CCTV cameras, ANPR, automatic work-zone protection barriers, and variable messaging signs. Traffic light operatives are the backbone of the business. Day in and day out, the operatives are on the front line with customers, you might say, like the 4th emergency service, delivering on the partnerships that have enabled them to continue to grow over the last 25 years.

With no experience required, our client invests in comprehensive training for all new starters. We want to help you build a career, not just a job, and there are fantastic progression opportunities and a clear pathway.

The Role:

As a Traffic Light Operative (TLO), your primary role will be installing, repairing, and removing temporary traffic lights. This tends to be working on behalf of our hire customers some of whom will be contracted for long-term works, while others will be working more reactively in response to things like emergency utilities works or road-traffic accidents. The nature of these emergency works means hours will vary. This can occasionally involve weekend work and night work.

Your main responsibilities include:

  • Working on-site Traffic Management plans.
  • Basic fault finding and resolution of company equipment.
  • Signal maintenance and battery exchanges.
  • Adhering to all company policies, procedures, and safe methods of working.
  • You will promote a positive company image while wearing company-branded PPE.

The operative roles are fast-paced and active. There certainly won't be a dull day! Applicants for the role should bear in mind that the batteries in our traffic lights weigh 23kg each, so there can be quite a lot of manual handling involved day-to-day. It's important to mention that we continue to invest in EHSQ to ensure that our whole team works safely throughout and is ROSPA Gold winner.

The Person:

  • So, what does a good operative look like? To succeed in this role, you will need to be:
  • Super organised to help you keep on top of your workload.
  • A fantastic communicator to keep your teammates and customers in the loop.
  • Flexible and adaptable, keep calm under pressure, and multi-task as the day's requirements and task list evolve.
  • Punctual and reliable. We need to know that you'll turn up and get the job done for our customers. You are the face of the business, and our reputation is key!
  • Energetic and enthusiastic! If you're looking for a desk job, this is not for you! You will certainly burn a few calories.

Experience and qualifications:

A full UK driving license is essential as you will be driving a company van/truck that will be taken home at night. A safe place to park is also essential.

Desirable:

  • A previous role in maintaining or operating temporary traffic systems.
  • A previous electrical background would be beneficial.
  • You must have the right to work in the UK and no more than 6 points

You must have a right to work in the UK and a full driving license to be considered for a role

Salary:

Depot Supervisor , Watford

The Person:
Are you ready to take charge, elevate your career, and be the driving force behind a thriving depot in Watford? We're on the lookout for a versatile and forward-thinking Supervisor to join our dynamic team!

We're not just looking for a Supervisor; we want someone who embodies dynamism, thrives on challenges, and has an unstoppable drive to make a difference. If you're the type to roll up your sleeves and lead from the front, this role is tailor-made for you!

Ground-Up Impact: Be the architect of success! Drive the depot's growth from the ground up and leave your mark on every success story.

Multi-Tasking Mastery: Juggling tasks is your forte! Showcase your ability to multi-task and take on challenges with finesse.

Proactive Powerhouse: We're not just looking for a supervisor; we want a proactive powerhouse! Anticipate needs, think ahead, and be the catalyst for positive change.

The Benefits:

  • Company Van (Work Use Only)
  • Fuel Card (Work Use Only)
  • 25 Days Holiday Plus Bank Holidays (After Probation)
  • PPE Provided
  • Great workplace
  • Feel safe at work
  • Supportive Senior Leadership Team

The Role:

Responsible for the preparation and the onsite delivery of our traffic light installations. The role requires you to manage a team of around ten people, ensuring they are suitably prepared to arrive at our client's site to complete our installation works within the programmed timescales. As the supervisor, whilst our installations are taking place, your main priority is to ensure our H&S procedures are followed, to ensure the safety of our teams, our client, and the public always.
This role requires our teams to be flexible as the service we provide is available to our clients 24/7/365 days a year. As such this will involve you working days, and occasional weekends.

Essential Experience:

  • The ability to work alone and as part of a team
  • The ability to work at heights
  • Full driving license - No more than 6 points
  • Travel and stay away from the UK
  • The role will be 80/20 split between the site and, depot work
  • Experienced in the supervision of onsite works
  • Worked within a Highways environment
  • The ability to prioritise their own and the activities of others

Desirable Experience:

  • Basic electrical knowledge
  • Basic knowledge of traffic signals theory (phases/stages/detection)

Desirable Qualifications:

  • City and Guilds, qualification or equivalent in highway installations
  • Sector 8 Accreditation, Health, and Safety qualifications, including NRSWA, G39, and ECS)
  • IT literate

Training:

Where required, we may need you to attend some additional supervisor training courses to aid you in developing in this role.

You must have the right to work in the UK and have a maximum of 6 points (preferably clean / no bans in the past)

Salary:

Procurement Manager, Winsford, Head Office

Benefits:

  • Competitive salary
  • Comprehensive benefits package including pension, healthcare, and life insurance.
  • Opportunities for professional development and career progression.
  • Flexible working arrangements.
  • 25 Days Holiday Plus Bank Holidays (After Probation)

The Job:

We seek a highly skilled and motivated Procurement Manager with Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply (CIPS) qualifications to join our dynamic team. This role involves overseeing the procurement of goods and services and focusing on managing property leases. The successful candidate will ensure efficient procurement processes, maintain supplier relationships, and manage the property lease portfolio to support our operational needs.

The Company:

SRL is the UK and Ireland's biggest temporary traffic light equipment supplier with 30 depots nationwide. We also manufacture and hire various other products often used with temporary traffic signals, such as CCTV cameras, ANPR, automatic work-zone protection barriers, and variable messaging signs. Traffic light operatives are the backbone of the business. Day in and day out, the operatives are on the front line with customers, you might say, like the 4th emergency service, delivering on the partnerships that have enabled them to continue to grow over the last 25 years.

The Responsibilities:

Procurement Management:

  • Develop and implement procurement strategies to achieve cost savings and efficiencies.
  • Manage the end-to-end procurement process, including tendering, negotiation, contract award, and supplier management.
  • Ensure compliance with company policies and UK procurement regulations.
  • Analyse market trends to identify potential suppliers and alternative solutions.
  • Maintain accurate records of procurement activities and contracts.

Property Lease Management (30%):

  • Oversee the acquisition, renewal, and termination of property leases.
  • Negotiate lease terms and conditions to secure favourable agreements.
  • Coordinate with legal and finance teams to ensure compliance with lease terms and financial obligations.
  • Maintain a database of lease agreements and manage lease-related documentation.
  • Conduct periodic reviews of leased properties to ensure they meet operational requirements.

Supplier Relationship Management:

  • Develop and maintain strong relationships with key suppliers.
  • Conduct supplier performance evaluations and manage supplier risk.
  • Resolve any disputes or issues with suppliers promptly and effectively.

Budget and Cost Management:

  • Monitor procurement budgets and ensure adherence to financial targets.
  • Identify opportunities for cost reduction and value improvement.
  • Prepare regular reports on procurement activities and savings achieved.

Qualifications and Experience:

  • CIPS Level 6 qualification (Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply).
  • Proven experience in a procurement management role.
  • Strong knowledge of UK procurement regulations and best practices.
  • Experience in managing property leases and negotiations.
  • Excellent negotiation and communication skills.
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving abilities.
  • Proficient in procurement software and Microsoft Office Suite.

Desirable:

  • Bachelor's degree in Business, Supply Chain Management, or a related field.
  • Experience in the [industry specific to your company, e.g., retail, construction, etc.].
  • Familiarity with contract law and financial principles related to leases.

Personal Attributes:

  • Highly organised with a keen eye for detail.
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
  • Strong leadership skills with the ability to motivate and develop team members.
  • Strategic thinker with the ability to implement long-term procurement plans.Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to build strong relationships with stakeholders.

You must have the right to work in the UK to be considered for this role and a current UK driving licence.

Salary:

Installations Manager of an intelligent temporary traffic system, Coventry-based (Depending on experience)

The Benefits:

  • Company Car / Car Allowance
  • Opportunities for professional development and career advancement
  • Supportive work environment with a focus on employee well-being and safety
  • Coventry-based preferred but may consider other locations for the right person.
  • 25 Days Holiday Plus Bank Holidays (After Probation)

Job Overview:

SRL are seeking a dynamic and experienced Installation Manager to lead our electrical division within the traffic industry. Based in Coventry, this pivotal role involves overseeing all aspects of traffic system installations, managing a dedicated team of up to 15, and ensuring the highest safety standards, punctuality, and morale.

The ideal candidate will be a hands-on leader with a flexible approach, willing to respond to work-related queries outside of regular hours, including night shifts.

Key Responsibilities:

Team Leadership and Discipline:

  • Lead by example, setting high standards for work ethic, discipline, and professional behaviour.
  • Foster a positive work environment, boosting team morale and maintaining high motivation levels.

Installation Oversight:

  • Manage and oversee the planning and execution of traffic system installations.
  • Develop detailed installation plans and schedules, ensuring timely and efficient completion of projects.

Safety and Compliance:

  • Ensure all team members have the correct PPE and equipment needed for their tasks
  • Enforce adherence to all health and safety regulations and company policies.

People Management:

  • Manage the installation team with the support of the National Supervisor and Resourcing Manager. Including scheduling,
  • training, and performance evaluations.
  • Address and resolve any personnel issues promptly and effectively.

Operational Management:

  • Coordinate the logistics of installations, ensuring all materials and resources are available when needed.
  • Maintain clear communication with clients and stakeholders, providing updates on project progress.

Flexibility and Responsiveness:

  • Be available to answer work-related calls outside of standard working hours (8 AM - 5 PM), including during night shifts.

Qualifications and Skills:

  • Proven experience in a managerial role within the electrical division of the traffic industry
  • Strong leadership skills with the ability to motivate and manage a diverse team.
  • Excellent organizational and planning abilities
  • In-depth knowledge of health and safety regulations related to traffic installations.
  • Exceptional interpersonal and communication skills
  • Flexible and responsive, willing to handle work-related issues outside of regular hours.
  • Valid driving license and willingness to travel as needed.

If you are a proactive and dedicated professional with a passion for excellence and the ability to lead by example, we encourage you to apply for this exciting opportunity. Join our team and contribute to the successful delivery of critical traffic installations while ensuring the highest standards of safety and quality.

Apply now to take the next step in your career as an installation manager in the traffic industrys electrical division.

You must have the right to work in the UK to be considered for this role and a driving license with 6 points max preferably clean

Salary:

Programme Manager , Winsford

The Role: 

The Programme Manager our client will be crucial in establishing and leading a new project delivery capability. This role requires a strategic thinker with a strong project and programme management background and a proven track record of building and leading high-performing teams. The successful candidate will be responsible for designing, implementing, and optimising project delivery processes, methodologies, and tools to ensure the successful execution of complex projects across all business areas.

The Experience: 

Strategic Leadership:

  • Align the project delivery strategy with the company's overall business objectives and goals.
  • Provide visionary leadership to drive the adoption of best practices in project and programme management.


Project Delivery Framework:

  • Design and establish robust project delivery methodologies, processes, and standards.
  • Ensure consistent application of project management methodologies across all projects.


Stakeholder Management:

  • Engage with key stakeholders to understand their project requirements and ensure alignment with project delivery capabilities.
  • Communicate project status, risks, and issues to senior management and other stakeholders.
  • Build and maintain strong relationships with internal and external stakeholders to ensure successful project outcomes.


Project Execution:

  • Oversee the successful execution of multiple projects, ensuring they are delivered on time, within scope, and within budget.
  • Monitor and manage project risks and issues, implementing mitigation strategies as needed.
  • Ensure project documentation is complete, accurate, and up-to-date.


Continuous Improvement:

  • Continuously assess and improve project delivery processes, methodologies, and tools.
  • Stay up-to-date with industry trends and best practices in project and programme management.
  • Implement feedback mechanisms to capture lessons learned and drive continuous improvement.


Requirements:

  • Bachelor's degree in Project Management, Business Administration, or a related field (Master's degree preferred).
  • PMP, PRINCE2, or similar project management certification.
  • Minimum of 5 years of experience in project and programme management, with a proven track record of building and leading project delivery teams.
  • Strong understanding of project management methodologies, tools, and best practices.
  • Excellent leadership, communication, and interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to think strategically and translate strategy into actionable plans.
  • Experience in managing complex, cross-functional projects in a fast-paced environment.
  • Strong problem-solving and decision-making abilities.
  • Proficiency in project management software and tools.


You must have the right to work in the UK to be considered for this role 

Salary:

VMS (Variable Message Sign) Driver Operative, Thornbury, Bristol

The Role:

The primary role of a VMS Driver Operative is to support the VMS operations team in deploying, setting up, and collecting VMS units at customer locations. The role involves doing off-hire inspections, minor repairs, and preparing units for hire at the depot. It also includes performing battery exchanges, cleaning, and inspections on long-term hired units in the field. Additionally, the role requires assisting the local depot in preparing, delivering, and collecting traffic lights and other SRL products.

The Responsibilities:

  • Ensure adherence to all health and safety procedures, risk assessments, and environmental regulations during work at depots and customer sites.
  • Conduct oneself courteously and professionally when attending client sites and follow all local site rules.
  • Maintain professional working relationships with colleagues across all departments.
  • Deliver and collect VMS, CCTV, and traffic lights.
  • Carry out full inspections, servicing, and repairs on the hire fleet.
  • Complete all relevant delivery, collection, and inspection paperwork.
  • Identify fair wear and tear and customer damage on equipment.
  • Ensure cleanliness and legal compliance of assigned vehicles and work tools.
  • Quarantine all equipment that doesn't fit for purpose until repairs are done.
  • Liaise with customers before and after visits.
  • Work safely, wear appropriate PPE, and maintain a neat work area.
  • Occasional working away from home and night shift work may be required.

The Essentials:

  • Ability to work alone and as part of a team.
  • Full driving license with no more than 6 points.

The Desirables:

  • Basic electrical fault-finding skills.
  • Experience working within a highway environment.
  • Basic knowledge of traffic light equipment.
  • CSCS card holder.
  • Competent in driving company vans and pickups up to 3.5 tons and towing trailers with loaded plant equipment.

The Qualifications:

  • GCSEs in English and Mathematics.
  • City and Guilds or equivalent qualification in highway installations.
  • Sector 8 Accreditation, Health and Safety qualifications (e.g., NRSWA, G39, ECS).

Personal Attributes / Skills:

  • Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills, able to react professionally to changing demands.
  • Resourceful with excellent problem-solving skills.
  • Ability to deliver an excellent customer experience, both internally and externally.
  • Prioritize safety for oneself and others.
  • Reliable, flexible team player.
  • Organised, trustworthy, and able to take initiative.
  • Enthusiastic and collaborative approach.

Salary:

We would like to talk to interested people who cant see a preferred role advertised.  If you are passionate about our business then please get in touch to discuss future opportunities. 

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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

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