Role: Operations Manager
Salary: Highly competitive dependant on skills and experience, with company car allowance and benefits
As an Operations Manager, you can expect the benefits from Chevron Traffic Management that come with being an employer of choice:
General hours of work are 40 hours, Monday to Friday, with flexibility to travel and attend client meetings.
Who is Chevron Traffic Management?
In simple terms, Chevron Traffic Management is the company that sets up temporary road or lane closures, diversions routes or pedestrian walkways to keep road workers and road users safe while roadworks are underway. This involves putting out road cones, signage, temporary traffic lights, pedestrian crossings, and barriers. Our work is visible all over the country. The next time you are out and about and see roadworks, have a look at the signage. It is possible that Chevron Traffic Management put them there.
It is, of course, much more complicated than that. It involves consulting, planning, designing, estimating and liaising with our suppliers and our customers to ensure that our schemes are fit for purpose. It also involves innovation and technology so we can improve safety and help our industry to reduce our carbon footprint.
Traffic Management is a challenging industry but we know that our work keeps people safe which makes it really rewarding. The people who work in Chevron TM make it fun.
About the role of Operations Manager
This is a high profile and critical role within our business. You will oversee all 12d activities, including expanding our client base and the delivery and development of the business. You will drive the introduction of digital services to both existing and new clients, as well as growing the business. This will include ensuring repeat business from existing customers and identifying new business opportunities. You will establish and embed effective management procedures/ controls, to ensure the successful and safe delivery of schemes of work. Also under you remit, will be to drive productivity and take overall profit and loss responsibility for the 12d depot activities. This will include regular liaisons with the commercial and finance team and the reviewal of cost and commercial reports.
Whilst motivating and leading your team, you will deliver an effective and efficient first-class service to our customers. You will also ensure that the workforce have had relevant training and are equipped with the relevant skills to meet demands. The includes ensuring effective and prompt communication of toolbox talks, safety alerts and other contract methodology.
Working collaboratively with colleagues across the group, you will ensure best practice and will develop and implement solutions to maximise profitability and by adding sustainable value.
About the Operations Manager:
A highly motivated, confident individual, with extensive knowledge of the 12d TM industry. An excellent communicator and team worker, you have experience of successfully identifying and proceeding with new business leads. Adaptable and flexible, you work well in everchanging situations and in a fast-paced environment. You thrive establishing dynamic working relationships with suppliers, customers and colleagues, forging relationships built on trust and delivery. Communicating ideas to improve efficiencies and enhance margin come naturally as well as offering ideas to aid depot growth and development.
What good looks like for an Operations Manager:
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So, if you want to join a winning team and be part of an innovative organisation which is focussed on company growth and employee progression, click on the apply button today.