Not your ordinary job! SafeLane Global is recruiting…
“The true value of our company lies in the unrivalled calibre of everyone within it.” Adam Ainsworth CEO.
Every single day, SafeLane Global’s people and projects make a positive difference – both in a humanitarian and commercial capacity.
They create safer spaces for clients and communities across the world, clearing paths through unsafe environments – on land and in water…
Find your future…
SafeLane Global creates safer spaces for clients and communities across the world: from mined roads in Yemen to the beaches of the Falklands Islands, and from construction sites in Berlin to the Docklands in London.
If you’d like to join a rapidly expanding team that positively transforms communities and the lives of those living and working within them, browse the latest vacancies to find your new opportunity.
SafeLane Global has regular openings to work in its offices in the UK and across Germany, or on projects in the field.
International project staff most often sought:
If you’re EOD level 3 or IEDD qualified, have proven experience as operators or instructors, then SafeLane Global would love to hear from you.
Additionally, it regularly has vacancies within logistics, and for dog handlers, project management and medical field staff – specifically qualified paramedics and vets.
Current SafeLane Global vacancies are listed below; applications accepted online. If you don't see your ideal role, send your CV to email@example.com for UK and marine roles. For global contractor roles send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org to be kept on file until something suitable comes up.
Employee case studies
Day in the life of a SafeLane deminer
Meet Magalhaes, a SafeLane deminer working in Mozambique, clearing a path through heavy bush and risking his life to keep his community safe.More
Tony Thompson project manager
Project manager Tony Thompson describes his professional background and how he ended up as such an experienced senior manager working on field projects for SafeLane.More
Marine geophysicist Giacomo Cocchi
Marine geophysicist Giacomo Cocchi takes part in the acquisition & interpretation of data for geophysical surveys including UXO surveys, and is proficient using various survey platforms for both marine and land operations.More
Kelly Durnan project executive
Kelly Durnan describes the exciting, varied and critical role SafeLane's international project executives play in the lifecycle of a project, drawing on her personal experience of building a project from the ground up in Burkina Faso...it's not your ordinary job!More
Birgitta Marais EDD Deputy Project Manager
Birgitta couples love and kindness with unwavering persistence to overcome barriers, including gender inequality, to create a safer Somalia.More
Sheree Ali an EOD and search mentor
Positively challenging gender-division of labour assumptions in Somalia: the benefits of being a professional woman working in a male-dominant environment.More
Talitha Etsebeth Canine Training School Manager
Talitha is SafeLane Global's amazing general manager, in charge of the canine training facility in South Africa.More
Ally Moss Operations Manager
Ally Moss is an Operations Manager at SafeLane Global; her operational portfolio includes Western Sahara, Syria, Sudan, Lebanon and the Central African Republic.More
Charlotte Turk Marine Services Commercial Coordinator
Charlotte Turk is Marine Services Commercial Coordinator, working from SafeLane Global's Gillingham office. She's pictured with Project Executive Alice Taylor.More
Bob Crawford Canine Operations Manager
Bob Crawford is one of SafeLane Global's newest recruits. After a long and highly successful career in the Metropolitan Police, Bob is Canine Operations Manager.More