Professions at Skanska
Many of the construction industry’s occupational categories are represented at Skanska. Woodworkers, concreters, road and construction workers and pavers are just a few of the occupational roles represented at Skanska.
Occupational categories at Skanska »
Our most common professions
As a road and construction worker, your assignments may vary considerably. You may work with anything from constructing parks, laying foundations for buildings and laying pipes to the construction of the road and rail network.
Road and construction workers »
As a woodworker, you will be present throughout the construction process, building wooden frameworks, meaning floor structures, walls and ceilings. You may also work with the production of wooden moulds for casting concrete.
Concreters have a vital role in the construction process. Assignments include the reinforcement and pouring of concrete constructions, form work and surface treatment.
Working within construction services may entail a variety of assignments, such as customizing offices for tenants, repair work and minor reconstructions. Working within construction services may entail a variety of assignments, such as customizing offices for tenants, repair work and minor remodeling work.
Construction services »
As a paver, you will work as part of a paving team. Your assignments will include the laying of asphalt on roads, bridges, flyovers and in tunnels.
Apprenticeship at Skanska
Apprenticeship is one of the career paths toward becoming a skilled worker at Skanska. You may apply for such a position on the completion of an upper-secondary-school level construction and civil-engineering program. You will be certified as a skilled worker after two-and-a-half years.
Apprenticeship at Skanska »