HS2

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    HS2 GIS Technician

    GIS stands for 'Geographic Information Systems'. It involves getting information about geography and the environment, and displaying it through GIS mapping.

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    HS2 Area Engineer

    An HS2 Area Engineer works as part of a team to design and build the railway.

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    HS2 Engagement Adviser

    An HS2 Engagement Adviser works along the route of the railway as part of a team to talk with local communities and anyone who has a strong interest in the project.

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    HS2 Landscape Architect

    A Landscape Architect at HS2 is responsible for designing and integrating the landscape and outdoor spaces along the new railway.

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    HS2 Archaeology & Heritage Lead

    High Speed Two is the largest construction project in the UK, and it will also involve the biggest archaeological investigation that Britain has ever seen.

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    HS2 Ground Investigation Engineer

    Also known as GI, ground investigation gives designers and engineers the information they need about the ground where we’re building.

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    HS2 Route Engineer

    A route engineer at HS2 is responsible for designing the new railway: they plan where the railway could run and where stations could be.

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HS2

Type: Public
Founded: 2009

Are you interested in creating real change? Using technology to put the passenger in control?

More than just a railway, HS2 is about unlocking our potential, and making better connections between people and places. It’s about finding new skills, growing new industries, and starting thousands of people on a rewarding career.

This takes ideas, and it takes creativity. We need people from every background, with a huge range of skills – everything from business and technology to engineering and design.

Together, we’ll build the country’s biggest mega project, and get Britain moving in all the right directions.

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