Recruitment Process

  • 1. Submit application

  • 2. Initial review of application

  • 3. Online interview

  • 4. Face-to-face interview

  • 5. Pre-employment stages

  • 6. Employment offer

  • 7. Welcome to Trafficworks

Current vacancies

We are currently not advertising, however, you are welcome to contact our HR team. 

Contact HR

Helpful tips

Looking for a job and attending interviews can be an exhausting and nerve-wracking experience for some individuals. At Trafficworks, we understand this, and that is why we are here to support you at every stage of the process.

Check out these helpful tips to get started. Good luck, and always remember...
we are here for you on this journey!

Be Prepared

  • Learn about Trafficworks' culture, history, and recent developments. 
  • Make sure you understand the job description and how your skills and experiences align with the role. 
  • Remember to tailor your CV and cover letter to the role for which you are applying, emphasising relevant experiences and achievements. 

Ask questions

  • If interviewed, prepare thoughtful questions about the role, team, company culture, and future prospects. 
  • Remember to ask questions if you need clarification on any aspect of the job or company. 

Time your journey

  • Research the best route to the interview location in advance, considering traffic patterns and potential delays. 
  • Leave earlier than necessary to account for unexpected delays. 

Be yourself

  • We are looking for authenticity. It’s important that you be yourself and provide genuine responses. Apart from skills and experience, it’s also about how you will fit into the team. 
  • Speak about your values and how these align with Trafficworks. 


To apply for a position, you need to download the Position Details of the vacant position you are interested in. After downloading, please read the information carefully to ensure it matches your preferences. If it does, visit the job posting and submit your resume and a cover letter explaining why you are a suitable candidate. Depending on the position, there may be additional questions you need to answer. Make sure you fill them out correctly, honestly, and completely. 

Please note that applications will only be accepted via and not directly via our email address. 

Applications will be reviewed after the closing date or sooner, as noted in the Position Detail summary. The review process will take approximately two weeks. If you do not receive any communication from us within this time frame, your application has not been shortlisted and will not progress to the interview stage. Please note that we will not be sending any notifications at this stage. 

If you have been shortlisted for the position, we will notify you via email with details about a short online interview. This interview will be conducted with at least one Director and another senior Trafficworks employee. The aim of this interview is to evaluate your suitability for progressing to a face-to-face interview. 

If you are not successful in progressing to a face-to-face interview, you will be notified of this outcome. 

The face-to-face interview will usually take place at our office and will last around 45 minutes to an hour. During the interview, we will ask you a series of questions and/or scenario-based activities to gain a better understanding of your technical and behavioural skills. 

If you are the preferred candidate, we will contact your referees to verify the information you have provided on your resume and, assess your competencies and skills for the role, understand your work ethic, reliability, and behaviour in a professional setting. We try to ensure a good, cultural fit between you and us. 

Once we talk to your referees and are satisfied with your suitability, we will formally offer employment. 

Unsuccessful candidates who were interviewed will be contacted directly by Trafficworks, informed of the decision, and provided feedback if requested.