We know that our people are our most important asset. Our people are highly motivated and driven individuals who enjoy working for an organisation that prides itself on delivery and providing a working environment where health, safety and welfare are never competing priorities.
We actively encourage and support our people to improve their skills and qualifications so they can develop their careers and meet the current and future needs of the business.
"Our people are empowered to be innovative and embrace change. They have the passion, competence and work ethic to deliver any complex or challenging project.” - Dermot McDermott, Managing Director
At Kilnbridge we encourage our staff to develop and broaden their knowledge and skills. Our trade, professional and academic training and development programme offers the following opportunities:
- CSCS/CPCS and trade-specific NVQs
- Trainee opportunities
- Undergraduate and post-graduate certificates, diplomas and degrees completed via study on day release at university
- Continuous professional development (CPD)
- Industry-specific HSEQ training
- Work experience programmes
We provide assistance and support in the form of tuition reimbursement and study leave for those seeking to attain professional qualifications.
Kilnbridge is an equal opportunities employer committed to creating a diverse workplace where everyone is treated fairly and with respect.
We recognise that our industry is still regarded as a predominantly male domain and we have an obligation to change this and address the skills gap. We embrace our commitment to and the challenge of achieving equality, diversity and inclusion on all of our projects.
Our fair and transparent recruitment process ensures we select from a wide range of cultural and ethnic backgrounds to create a dynamic working environment. We operate a zero tolerance approach to modern slavery with our Anti-Slavery and Human Trafficking policy consistent with the obligations of the Modern Slavery Act 2015.
We support ‘Ban the Box’ which calls on UK employers to give ex-offenders a fair chance to compete for jobs by removing the tick box from application forms and asking about criminal convictions later in the recruitment process.
Kilnbridge is committed to ensuring that there is no modern slavery or human trafficking in any part of its business or supply chain.
Kilnbridge acknowledges its responsibility under the Modern Slavery Act 2015 ("the Act") and will ensure transparency is achieved within the organisation so the objectives of the Act are achieved on a consistent basis.
Our Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement sets out practices already in place in Kilnbridge and our committed actions set for 2021/2022 in response to the regulatory requirement of the Modern Slavery Act.