NSL Ltd
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NSL Ltd Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    Gareth Hughes
  • Company size
    5,001 to 10,000
  • Revenue
    £100m to £500m
  • Industry
    Government & Public Administration
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Jobs

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Client Account Manager

Wolverhampton

£34,000 - £36,000 a year

9 hours ago

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Full-time, Part-time
Contact Centre Agent

Rossendale

£17,000 - £20,000 a year

15 hours ago

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Full-time
Business Operations Administrator

Dundee

£17,004 a year

15 hours ago

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Enforcement Officer

Maidstone

£21,710 a year

15 hours ago

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Part-time
Civil Enforcement Officer

Northampton

£9.17 an hour

15 hours ago

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Full-time
Covid Marshall

High Wycombe

£9.43 an hour

1 day ago

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Graduate Engineer - Major Projects Team

London

£24,000 - £27,000 a year

1 day ago

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HGV Driver

London

£13.35 an hour

1 day ago

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Civil Enforcement Officer

Preston

£9.30 an hour

2 days ago

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Full-time
Management Information Analyst

Oldham

£25,000 a year

2 days ago

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Graduate Civil Engineer

London

£25,000 - £30,000 a year

2 days ago

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Full-time
Covid Marshall

Bracknell

£9.52 an hour

5 days ago

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Enforcement Officer

Reading

£20,105 a year

5 days ago

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Associate - Major Projects Team

London

£60,000 a year

6 days ago

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Part-time
Civil Enforcement Officer

Reading

£9.62 an hour

6 days ago

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Business Support Manager

London

£35,000 - £45,000 a year

6 days ago

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Traffic Engineer

Slough

£28,500 - £35,000 a year

6 days ago

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Full-time
On Street Supervisor

High Wycombe

£10.15 an hour

6 days ago

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IT Project Manager

Slough

£42,000 - £49,500 a year

6 days ago

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Technical Director - Structures

London

£70,000 - £75,000 a year

6 days ago

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Salaries

Salary estimated from 3.3K employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Popular Roles

Law Enforcement Officer
£9.43 per hour
Structural Engineer
£42,648 per year
Security Officer
£39,634 per year

Security & Public Safety

Law Enforcement Officer
£9.43 per hour
Security Officer
£39,634 per year
Surveillance Operator
£10.61 per hour

Management

Supervisor
£23,900 per year
Operations Manager
£31,878 per year
Team Leader
£23,556 per year

Civil Engineering

Highway Engineer
£36,822 per year
Senior Civil Engineer
£10.46 per hour
Traffic Engineer
£37,906 per year
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 309 reviews and is evolving.

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Reviews

Civil Enforcement Officer in Birmingham, West Midlands
on 15 May 2020
Mismanagement
A typical day at work would consist of coming in and getting your basket in which you can find your equipment and beat you have to cover for the day. You then get out and cover your must visits then keep on patrolling until break time when you return to base for lunch and then go out again. The job can be stressful at times but overall it is not that bad. What makes it stressful most of the times is management: there's barely any communication between management, supervisors and staff. Management can be very petty and childish, God forbid you suggest anything that could be done to make the place better and safer. I once asked why didn't we have body cameras and for about 2/3 weeks I've been given the worst beats and I would have lots of "requests" throughout the day just to make me walk from one side to the furthest one. They keep doing that until they find the next person to move on to. Some people idle a lot and don't like to do much and that can bring the team morale down as sometimes you have to work as a team, depending on what shift you're doing. I would say that the hardest part of the job is when you are expected to issue without any kind of support whatsoever in certain areas that are at very high risk for abuse and violence (Small Heath, Alum Rock, Sparkhill, Sparkbrook etc). It can also be tough when the weather is not the best (cold, rain). The most enjoyable part of the job would be the fact that you get to walk a lot which I personally enjoy, especially on warm and sunny days. You also get to know the city very well as you'll eventually go everywhere. I met some really nice people as well (beware, some people can and will be sneaky and nasty but that goes with any workplace I suppose).
Traffic Attendant in Belfast
on 12 February 2021
Bullies
Ask any person from the job and they’ll tell you the same thing. Management are a bunch of no gooders. The job is overall grand despite the odd mop going off on one for receiving a PCN. I wouldn’t recommend anyone to do this job simply due to management they are out to get you on the slightest mistake made.
Ceo in Tameside, Greater Manchester
on 29 January 2021
Team is a family in Tameside
Yes the wages aren't brilliant but it's work, I loved working at nsl, especially as ceo you were caring for the public , looking out for you colleagues and making a difference to traffic management, keeping it flowing. It's a physically demanding role if you can't walk far distances you may struggle or it might not be for you, but give it a go. If you need to keep fit and healthy it's the perfect job. There are various uniforms for all weathers, think ahead wear appropriate clothing, as you can't change your clothes like the weather, some things are out of our control so think before you do or say anything. This is still my most favourite job, It was the one job I felt healthiest in. You work your own patch and can walk as far as you want, dependant on needs, sometimes not alot. NSL helped me through some extremelly difficult times, I am indebted. Stay safe everyone.
Civil Enforcement Officer in Manchester
on 26 January 2021
Civil enforcement officer
I wouldn't recommend this place to my worst enemy.You're treated like nothing, all the time. All that matters to them is numbers.Even during the pandemic! Lockdowns and all!Your life and safety doesn't matter to these people.You can die tomorrow, they wouldn't bat an eye.We've been told to switch off the track and trace app at work.Few people tested positive for covid19, stayed home, got paid fully, while we kept working, while some of were probably sick as well, in freezing temeprature, rain and snow.PNobody cared.The council has no idea what these people do and how the council is represented.The only way you will be treated nicely in this company is if you're friends with the management and if you grass on your colleagues and gossip about everyone and everything.I thank God everyday for being able to find another job and leave that awful place.If you're thinking about applying, think twice.
Enforcement Officer in Bo'ness, Falkirk
on 26 January 2021
Underpaid and stressful
You are out in public every day on your own facing sometimes angry and aggressive members of the public and you are paid minimum wage with little support from management. I would not recommend working for this company they are purely out to make money and have little regard for their staff.
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Interview is easy
Process takes about a day or two

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No questions about the job or the actual person. Anyone gets hired.

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Do you know what day it is? Do you know where you are?

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Service stewardship excellence

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