Over the six-years of construction, the Lower Thames Crossing will provide work for more than 22,000 people - including those employed directly to build the project and thousands more through the supply chain.
There will be a diverse range of job opportunities from engineers, architects and designers to caterers, sign makers and IT support.
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The main bulk of job roles will come during construction, if the project is given permission to go ahead it is expected to start in 2026.
You can register your interest in future job opportunities now.
Jobs and skills
We want to ensure our local communities can take full advantage of the opportunities on their doorsteps.
We want 45% of our workforce to be from within 20-miles of the project and our target is to raise the skill levels of more than 2,000 people during construction.
We will have hundreds of opportunities for local people to kick-start their careers via apprenticeships, traineeships and graduate programmes.
There will be over 700 opportunities to join our early careers programme.
Inspiring the next generation
We want to assemble the next generation of talent through effective engagement with local students and educators.
Our target is to spend more than 7,000 hours inspiring young minds and supporting educators.
The Carbon academy
Find out how we’re going to set the standard for the future of construction and develop the workforce of tomorrow.
The Carbon Academy will help the Government’s ambition to create two million skilled green jobs by 2030 and build back greener.
Join our Supply Chain
We want to provide local businesses and small and medium enterprises (SMEs) with the tools to win new work and maximise economic benefits during and after construction.
We aim to drive economic growth by spending £1 in every £3 of construction budget with SMEs.