We believe our employees are the best in our business. They are ambitious, hard-working, dedicated and are proud to work for Chevron TM. We are proud of them and the contribution they make to the success of our company and to ensuring that we are the UK’s leading independent traffic management company.
Chevron TM is a company with a bright future and there has never been a better time to join us. Through organic growth and a number of acquisitions, we have diversified our service offerings in recent years and now employ 1,300 experts in a wide range of roles and positions.
Our dedication to safety, our standards of service and constant drive to innovate and add value is what sets Chevron TM apart – and we couldn’t do this without the talented people who work for us.
We are always on the look-out for enthusiastic people; from trainees carving their first steps within the sector, to highly experienced and qualified traffic management professionals.
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Fully carded M1/2 (or higher) or 12AB Operatives
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We also offer apprenticeship schemes. Being an apprentice gives you the opportunity to earn a salary while developing new skills, gaining a recognised qualification and building a career. Meet some of our apprentices to learn about their experience.
Equality and Diversity at Chevron
Chevron TM believe the skills, capabilities and talents of our people 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 TM is fully committed to being an equal opportunities employer, defined by its diversity and opposition to all forms of unlawful and unfair discrimination.
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