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Chevron believe the skills, capabilities and talents of our employees are the key to our success. We benefit enormously from the diversity and variety of our workforce and are fully committed to maintaining and encouraging this diversity.

The richer the mix of people, skills and cultures; the greater the range of inputs, viewpoints and experiences. Because of this, Chevron Traffic Management Ltd is fully committed to being an equal opportunities employer, defined by its diversity and opposition to all forms of unlawful and unfair discrimination.

Developing the next generation

  • Ex-Armed Forces Personnel; bringing immediate transferable and technical skills, considerable unrivalled experience from high pressurised situations to the highways sector.
  • Employment of Ex-Offenders; this not only offers Ex-Offenders a smooth transition into employment, but provides them with training, as well as the potential to enjoy a long-term career.  Such routes to employment are vital, as statistics from the Ministry of Justice show that the re-offending rate is lower for Ex-Offenders who enter employment compared to those who don’t.
  • Rochdale Training; With this partnership, we developed a unique apprenticeship programme to give young local candidates the opportunity to gain nationally and professionally recognised qualifications along with vocational training. During 2015 we successfully recruited 30 new Trainee TM Operatives all of whom were previously young unemployed local people.

Chevron Employee Testimonials

Tyronne Agard, Mechanic- Chevron Systems Depot, Manchester

 

“My time at Chevron has been a big learning curve, learning a trade which I enjoy and skills which will be with me throughout my career. Collage has been exciting, learning new skills, putting them into practice in the workplace and becoming a crucial part of the Chevron Systems Cog, keeping the fleet up and running.”

Tyronne Agard, Mechanic - Manchester

Tabailago Gasavacalayawa, TM Operative- Finedon

 

“Making the transition from the army into civilian life can be daunting. It’s going well, becoming a qualified Operative earlier this year”

Tabailago Gasavacalayawa, TM Operative- Finedon

Adrian Brockson, TM Operative- Leeds

 

“I’m enjoying my role and am grateful of the opportunities it brings, I’m grabbing it with both hands and am hoping to be with Chevron until I retire! I’m thrilled and I’m walking tall!”

Adrian Brockson, TM Operative- Leeds

Ian Boyd, TM Operative, Newport

 

“What I like best about working at Chevron is the variety of different tasks within 12A/B (high speed works) and the continued opportunity of professional progression”

Ian Boyd, TM Operative, Newport