Tarmac, a CRH company, is the UK’s leading sustainable building materials and construction solutions business.
So what does this mean?
With over 150 years experience and 400 sites across the UK, Tarmac is a trusted and innovative company with a reputation as a construction industry pioneer. From the bridges and roads you drive on, to the skyscrapers and houses you live and work in, Tarmac’s solutions are part of the fabric of our everyday lives.
Why not join us as a graduate to make your mark on our business? We offer real careers and the opportunity for you to develop skills, experience and knowledge in a forward-thinking company.
What support will I get to help me reach my potential?
When you join Tarmac, regardless of which position you apply for, you’ll be given a warm welcome, a comprehensive induction to your area of the business and the chance to build up your technical expertise which will enable you to perform confidently in your role. However, you’ll also receive:
- Regular reviews with your line managers, receiving constructive two-way feedback on your performance
- Exposure to current business leaders in the industry, including a 1:1 mentoring relationship
- Involvement in real business projects with stretching targets
- A central programme to develop your core skills, such as communication, presentation, influencing skills and financial understanding
1. Application Form
This is your first opportunity to show how you fit with our values. As part of the application form, you will be asked for some personal details, your CV and a covering letter which should how you will successfully grow within Tarmac.
Application Deadline: 12th November 2018*
*Please note some vacancies may close ahead of this date if sufficient applications have been received.
2. Online Aptitude Test
We want to get to know you better! For next stage in our recruitment process you will be sent a link to complete a numerical and a verbal reasoning test online. These tests give us a better understanding of your ability to interpret, analyse and draw logical conclusions from the data presented.