Welcome to Birmingham, the UK’s second city. Home to one of the world’s largest canal systems, more parks than any other European city and a thriving cultural scene, it’s the perfect place to live and work.
At Atkins, we have a wide range of roles available in the Birmingham region, covering 18 different disciplines. If you’re in the engineering sector and are looking for your next big opportunity, you’ll likely find it here, though our scope also includes architecture, quantity surveying, the transport sector and project management. Whatever industry you work in, you’ll find the perfect fit in Birmingham.
Our Birmingham base is known as The Axis, which is also home to a variety of other vibrant and diverse companies. Our businesses within The Axis include Rail, Water & Environment, Faithful & Gould (project and programme management), Energy, Geotechnics, Transportation, Human Resources and Corporate functions. There are plenty of exciting business and development opportunities here, and it’s a fantastic environment in which to grow.
You’ll enjoy Dress Down Fridays, an on-site canteen, easy train and access and a building full of brilliant people.
Whether you’re interested in the great outdoors, fashion, sport or the arts, you’ll find it in Birmingham. From the Botanical Gardens through to the world-famous Jewellery Quarter and everything in between, you’ll be spoiled for choice in this bustling metropolis.
What our people say
“The office location is excellent - two minutes’ walk from New Street and right in the centre of Birmingham, with easy access to public transport. The office is modern, an easy place to work in.”
“There is real commitment to staff development and this creates a supportive and caring environment that brings out the best in our staff.”
“Birmingham is centrally located making it a great hub to work from for projects across the country.”
“There are exciting developments on your doorstep at The Axis.”
“Atkins is large and multidisciplinary, meaning there are excellent opportunities for career development and better job security.”