At the Department for Transport (DfT), our need for Project Delivery professionals at the heart of public policy has never been more vital. We are working on some of the largest and most complex infrastructure projects this country has ever seen. From making travel greener, to autonomous vehicles, smart ticketing and what our exit from the EU means for the future of travel, our policies affect everyone in the UK. This is why we’re looking for forward-thinking and inspiring candidates to help design, develop and shape the decisions that will make the UK a country that works for everyone.

The Project Delivery Profession (PDP) is growing every year, and has specialists from all backgrounds. We’re fast paced, innovative and unique in the breadth of work we lead, which ensures it is a truly exciting and rewarding place to work and progress your career.

Would you like to play a role in shaping and delivering high-profile projects helping to level-up the economy? Are you someone who gains rapport quickly with others? As a Project Delivery professional in DfT, you’ll be helping us to create a transport system that balances the needs of society, the environment and the economy.

Together, we’ll bring lasting change to millions of people.

What you could be doing

The projects and programmes you’ll work on will have a direct impact on communities, achieving DfT’s ambition of connecting people and places, and in driving prosperity. You’ll be supported with learning and world-class development programmes designed to build your capability and your career.

Some of the roles we have available in the Project Delivery profession include:

  • Project delivery
  • Project and programme management
  • Stakeholder management
  • Project planning
  • Business analysis

What our Project Delivery professionals say

Peter Parr, Project Manager at DfTc.

Peter Parr, Project Manager, DfTc

“Since becoming a Project Manager in the Department’s Digital Service three years ago, I’ve managed a variety of exciting projects…”

Naila Begum, Project Support Officer at DVSA.

Naila Begum, Project Support Officer, DVSA

“I used to be a driving examiner with the agency and after two years within that role, I decided to look for a different opportunity…”

Kerry Watson, Project Manager at DVSA.

Kerry Watson, Project Manager, DVSA

“The move to my current role as a Project Manager has been a huge learning curve for myself as it was a role I did not know a lot about before joining…”

Does the Project Delivery Profession sound like the opportunity you have been waiting for? Visit Working for the Department for Transport to see what vacancies we currently have available. We look forward to welcoming you on board.