Why Join SYSTRA
SYSTRA is a global transport planning and engineering company, with a reputation founded on technical excellence.
We believe this approach has helped establish us as leaders in our markets. SYSTRA has project references in 150 countries and 350 cities and towns. We currently have over 3,000 live contracts and 6,100 employees worldwide.
SYSTRA strives to put people at the heart of its actions. We recognise that the skills of SYSTRA are held within our teams. Investment in each of our employees is essential to the success of our projects.
Rewards & Benefits
SYSTRA believe in rewarding employees for their excellence, accountability, initiative and team spirit. As such we offer a competitive benefits package to recognise the value we place on our employees. Our benefit package includes:
- Competitive salary
- 25 days' annual leave per annum
- Contributory pension scheme
- Discretionary yearly performance bonus
- Life assurance
- Private medical insurance
- Permanent health insurance
- Reimbursement of professional membership fees
- Personal & professional development opportunities
- Tax-free childcare vouchers
- Employee Assistance Programme – for confidential advice & guidance
- Social events
- Interest-free travel season ticket loans
SYSTRA's core values
- We deliver safe and sustainable transport solutions.
- We apply our skills to improve accessibility and mobility across diverse geographical, legislative and cultural landscapes.
- We develop our people’s skills and talents to tackle a range of challenges across all modes providing us with unique insights that are invaluable to those clients who place their trust in us. We nurture our people and encourage them to continuously improve the planning, design and delivery of engineering solutions and transport outcomes.
- We listen carefully to understand our clients’ needs and build trusting relationships. Personal values and behaviours underpin our ethical and respectful approach to all our commissions, regardless of scale.
It is the company's policy to employ the best qualified personnel and provide equal opportunity for the advancement of employees, including promotion and training, and not to discriminate against any person because of race, colour, religion, nationality, ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, disability, age or marital status.