IDOM – Involvement, Opportunity, Identity

Every career, like every mountain, has many routes to the summit, and at IDOM Merebrook, we believe that we have one of the most rewarding, speedy and scenic routes available.

INVOLVEMENT – At IDOM Merebrook we are small enough to operate a genuine open door policy. We achieve this by not having doors: our offices are open plan with senior managers and directors desks in the general pool. This encourages openness, approachability and dialogue across the organisation.

Since Covid Lockdown in 2019 we have practiced hybrid working but have regular meetings via Teams to keep in touch, help each other and air any problems.

From the moment you start, your opinion and your input are valued and considered on a daily basis; you have access to decision makers and the opportunity to make a genuine difference.

OPPORTUNITY – Our company strategy feeds directly into departmental and personal planning and training in a streamlined and transparent way providing excellent staff engagement and offering opportunities for career development.

IDENTITY – Because our staff are engaged and feel part of the business they each have a vested interest in the running of the company as an association of professionals for the good of all. Everyone is encouraged to express their individuality through the development of the business in new ways, new markets or new services. People with initiative, individuality and drive do well. If you have a good idea you will be positively encouraged and supported to run with it.

To apply for any of the opportunities, take a look at our current vacancies and please send a cover letter and CV to or by post to;

Recruitment, Idom Merebrook Ltd, Cromford Mills, Mill Lane, Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4 3RQ.

Why you should work for IDOM Mererook

We believe that to be able to work in a company which can adapt to the real needs of its clients and undertake first class projects for them is the essence of the development of every professional.

We believe the purpose of a company is threefold: to advance a purpose; to look after it’s people and to make a bit of money whilst doing it.

Our purpose is clear, we are an environmental engineering consultancy and we believe our work is contributing to making the world a better place.

We look after our people. This not only applies to employees and their families but to all our stakeholders: clients, suppliers, the general public.

And we try to make a bit of money while we’re doing this.

In summary, we are a progressive, caring, tight-knit company.

  • Minimum 30 days paid leave per year including public holidays
  • Training and support towards professional qualifications
  • Flexible and hybrid working
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Death in Service Benefit
  • 10% contributory pension (5% employer, 5% employee)
  • Childcare voucher scheme
  • Company social events
  • Competitive benchmarked salary
Documentation required for interview

It is a legal requirement that we ask all interviewees to provide evidence of their right to work in the UK. You must also provide original academic qualifications, professional memberships, driving licence, CSCS card (if held) and examples of work (as required by the role).

Documentation required prior to employment

You must be able to provide two named referees (one of which must be your current/most recent employer) and when we are able to contact them in order to obtain references (to include contact email addresses if possible).

Current Vacancies

Civil Engineering Degree Apprenticeship(s)