We are always keen to consider applications for employment at all levels from self-motivated individuals who want to be part of the Glanville team.
Glanville provides multi-disciplinary services in areas including Structural Engineering, Civil Engineering, Transport & Highways, Geomatics (Land Surveying) and Building Surveying.
We offer a friendly working environment in comfortable modern offices in Didcot, Oxfordshire or Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, plus competitive salaries and benefits, with excellent opportunities for career development.
'Working within the friendly team at Glanville allows me to learn new things all the time and gain experience of a wide variety of jobs and situations, and my colleagues are always there when I need support. Glanville has strong relationships with a large number of repeat clients which encourages a positive design environment where both inter- and intra-company teams work cohesively to overcome obstacles and get the best possible outcomes for projects.'
Principal Transport Planner
'Glanville has given me a great opportunity to continue my career in transport planning, working on a wide variety of projects. I value being part of a dedicated team and being given the opportunities to grow professionally and personally. The best thing about Glanville are the people, my co-workers are both friendly and very knowledgeable and are always willing to help and advise.'
'I’ve worked for Glanville for over 15 years and while I’ve seen people come and go, it’s amazing how many have been here longer than me! The work is varied and interesting and no two days are alike. All staff work together and contribute to Glanville being a really positive place to work.'
BIM/Principal CAD Technician
'I have worked for Glanville for many years, starting as a trainee and now after promotion, I lead a team of CAD technicians. Teamwork and problem solving are a part of my daily routine, so I am constantly growing and changing. During my time at Glanville I have been involved with many exciting and some challenging projects.'