EC Harris careers

01 June 2016 | Focus | Guest Author

Build a career with EC Harris - the market leading global and natural built asset design and consultancy firm.

We will help you build a future career

If you have a passion for excellence and want to join a firm who will take your ambition and build on it then we are the firm for you. From the very start of your career you will be provided with exceptional support to build a long-term career path.

At EC Harris Arcadis we pride ourselves on giving you a full and comprehensive development programme that will equip you with the technical and professional knowledge to outperform your own and our clients’ expectations.

An opportunity to work with leading client organisations

EC Harris works with leading global organisations to maximise returns through the design, planning, creation and operation of built assets across a range of sectors.

Our major clients and achievements include the Kingdom Tower, set to become the tallest building in the world, in Saudi Arabia, helping Hong Kong airport achieve their sustainability objectives – to be the greenest airport in the world, delivering some of the UK’s largest rail projects and working on some landmark regeneration programmes in London.

A tailored learning programme

Whether you choose a career path in Quantity Surveying, Project Management, Engineering or Building Surveying, we’ll sponsor you to study for professional qualifications, including Assessment of Professional Competence as well as other sector-specific exams – paying your fees and allowing you study leave. In addition, through our blended learning programme, including e-learning, face-to-face workshops and skills events we ensure you are continually developing as one of our leaders of tomorrow.

Access to a global network

As an ARCADIS company, EC Harris works in partnership with our clients to deliver exceptional and sustainable outcomes through the application of design, consultancy, engineering, project and management services. ARCADIS employees a total of 28,000 people and generates €3 billion in revenues.

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