Built on over 40 years of knowledge and experience. we are one of the UK’s leading structural steel companies. We believe it is our people that make us who we are, and we are proud to have some of the most experienced, knowledgeable, passionate and dedicated individuals within our industry.
At Elland Steel, we need the approachable, team-players with a can-do attitude, an eye for the detail and a head for the analysis. We are inclusive and welcoming, with an environment and culture to help you deliver a great performance. Join our team of dedicated experts and help us to reach our goals.
As part of the team, not only will you feel a sense of community, but you will also have access to a variety of benefits, exclusive to Elland Steel employees. These include access to our own discount website, offering savings on day-to-day shopping as well as larger purchases such as events and holidays.
Founded in 1973, Elland Steel has been working in collaboration with Tier 1 contractors for over 40 years. Providing a structural steel solution to many developments across the UK since its inception.
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We are constantly working on new and innovative construction projects. Take a look at our showcase projects which demonstrate the scale, majesty and complexity of some of the projects we have been grateful to work on, you may have even seen them before…
Elland Steel is an Employee Owned Trust, meaning the business is owned and run by a board of Trustees who operate on behalf of the employees. This allows the business to share profits with each member of staff and also ensure the business is run for the long term benefit of the employees.
Our teams are made up of a range of talented people, from estimators and designers, to platers and welders. Everyone has a part to play in delivering the best turnkey structural steel solution for our clients.
These are our main teams, please click to find out more about what they do and the roles we have.
Elland Steel are experts in structural steel who translate their deep knowledge of the industry, into what matters most to our clients by delivering a turnkey service, offering the “whole package” when it comes to structural steelwork. Safety, Compliance, Quality and People – the four foundations that underpin our business and which our reputation is built on.
Our mission is to provide high quality structural steelwork packages efficiently and safely for our clients.
Our vision is to be the first choice structural steelwork partner for our preferred clients in our chosen sectors.
Client Centric | Right first-time | Personal growth | Fairness | Continuous improvement everywhere
Our team is full of experts in structural steel who have the knowledge and capabilities to deliver a truly outstanding service for our clients. We pride ourselves on developing and moulding talent to be one of our many experts.
Take a look at some of the stories below, demonstrating how these team members have had the opportunity to flourish at Elland Steel.
Here at Elland Steel, we recruit for a variety of roles – from production and design to sales and project management. Regardless of role, our recruitment typically involves an online or telephone interview, completing role specific cognitive tests, followed by a face to face interview.
However, depending on the nature of the roles, their may be additional steps to the selection process that you may need to complete.
In order to be transparent and so you are clear what to expect during our selection process, below highlights some of the key stages of our process.
We will often complete an initial screening interview which will either be online or via the phone. This is for us to find out a bit more about you and your experience and whether you would be a good fit for the role we are recruiting for.
This will typically last 30 minutes and there will also be the opportunity to ask us any questions about the role you’ve applied for and working at Elland Steel.
This will be a structured interview with set competency based questions designed to assess your skills, experiences, behaviours and overall suitability for the role you have applied for. There will either be 1 or 2 interviewers.
Again you will have the opportunity to ask questions about the role and any questions you may have about working for Elland Steel. Where possible, we’ll also try and give you a quick tour of the site so you can see where you’ll be working if you are successful.
At some point during the selection process, you may be asked to complete an online test. This may be a specific cognitive test (such as numerical/verbal reasoning, memory, spatial ability, data checking); or a more general IQ test. These help us assess whether you meet the requirements for the job or job level. In most cases tests will be taken online at Elland Steel.
If you have a disability and need us to make any reasonable adjustments for you to complete the tests, please let the hiring manager know as soon as possible. Reasonable adjustment may include additional time to complete any timed tests; support in reading out the questions to any tests; changing the font type , font size, screen size or background to make it easier to read; completing a paper based test an alternative to online; identifying the best time of day for you to complete the tests etc.
If you have any questions about any part of the recruitment process at Elland Steel, if you have any specific needs or need us to make any reasonable adjustments for you at any part of the recruitment process, please discuss with the hiring manager or contact us using the contact details below:
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We are looking to recruit a senior member to our team operating from our Halifax office or our Billingham office. They would assist the technical delivery on a variety of projects across the country.
Join the technical department of a leading Structural Steelwork company Elland Steel Structures Ltd, we have availability for this developing role at both our Halifax-West Yorkshire and Billingham-North East offices.
We are looking to recruit someone to lead the programming for a Plate profiling machine. The ideal candidate will have knowledge of nesting steel components for the structural steel market, at material thicknesses from 3mm to 100mm.
This is a trainee role to learn, develop and progress to be a Structural Draughtsperson. You learn the role from bottom up being mentored by a growing and experienced team of CAD technicians and Senior Draughts people with many years experience in the industry. You’ll have the opportunity to contribute to working on structural designs for some iconic buildings across the UK.
Reporting to the Production Manager, the candidate will be responsible for ensuring structural steelwork is fabricated safely & correctly to the deadlines given. This posting is for night shift work.
Reporting to the Production Manager, the job holder will be responsible for ensuring structural steelwork is fabricated safely & correctly to the deadlines given. This posting is for night shift work.
This is a trainee role to learn, develop and progress to be a Plater/Welder. You learn the role from being mentored by a growing and experienced team of Plater/Welders in the production department with many years experience in the industry. You’ll have the opportunity to contribute to working on structural designs for some iconic buildings across the UK.
This is a part time role, working alongside the technical team to assist employees with technical duties.
This is a critical role at Elland Steel, key to converting sales opportunities into project revenue. The involves the process of accurately estimating the costs of projects to ensure they are competitive but also within agreed margins. Reporting into the Commercial Director, whilst supporting the wider Estimating team.
Administrator to the Estimating Department, tasked with handling enquiries through e-mail and intranet portals. Using in-house computer program to organise these potential tender opportunities. Managing the client database and reporting on the estimating department for management reviews etc. Sending out sub-trade enquiries to aid the tender process.
The Trainee Quantity Surveyor will proactively support the Quantity Surveyor / Managing Quantity Surveyor on the successful management and control all aspects of the commercial / financial and contractual elements of the designated projects in order to control and maximise the company’s profitability, protect the companies legal and contractual obligations under the contract and to manage proactively the control of all commercial issues.
Assistant Production Manager
31st October 2011, so over 9 years ago
Because I wanted to pursue a career in engineering
I have held various roles within the business which gave me abroad appreciation for the steel industry. It has also helped develop my overall knowledge of structural steel engineering, from detailing to welding.
I love seeing a job go from a conceptual vision to an actual building, and I love playing a part in this process
Technical director, soon to become the Managing director
After leaving university in 1997 I wanted to combine my technical skills together with my shop floor apprenticeship experience in structural steelwork, Elland Steel gave me the opportunity to develop within the drawing office.
I began within the company as a GA draughtsman, when the opportunity arose, I put myself forward for the drawing office manager role in 1999. I was then promoted to technical manager in 2006, responsible for the design and drawing offices both at Halifax and Billingham. In 2008 I became the technical director, soon to become the managing director in 2021.
Knowing that your working for a company that is passionate about delivering projects to the highest of standard.