Jobs & skills in Euston

A project of the size and scale of Euston means we are always on the lookout for people in a wide variety of roles. Our partners' vacancies and skills programmes will be frequently updated on this page as the project grows.


Camden Jobs

The Jobs Board has been developed as part of a Job Brokerage Partnership model that has the backing of the London Borough of Camden. Support is available from the London of Borough of Camden to people who want to apply for vacancies that are showcased on the Jobs Board.

Together with businesses, partners and residents, the Council is exploring how residents can be better supported into, and thrive within, good work.

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Jobs at HS2

HS2 has an unprecedented opportunity to shape the workforce of tomorrow for generations to come. Whatever your experience or expertise, it is an outstanding place to start or develop your career.

The HS2 Jobs Board showcases roles as they become available, making it easier for you to search and find the very latest vacancies that are right for you. 

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Meet Ogri

18-year-old Ogri lives and works in Camden, where he is studying for an apprenticeship in Project Management at MDJV.

He said: “Having lived in Camden all my life, it’s so rewarding to be involved in such a high-profile project right on my doorstep. Before joining the project, I didn’t really know what I wanted to do, but I’ve gained an understanding of how versatile the construction industry is, and there is definitely something for everyone on a project of this size.”

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Skills and Education

HS2 is delivering a programme of skills, education and employment activities to meet the requirements to build the railway and leave a legacy of a highly-skilled and diverse workforce to address challenges faced in the wider transport infrastructure sector.

Our Education Programme is vital to leaving a skills legacy from building and designing the new railway. We’ve developed a collection of resources to support teachers to bring a careers context to curriculum learning. They aim to inspire young people to take an interest in STEM subjects and careers. To access these resources, visit here.

Building skills