Traffic Management Operative – High Speed
Salary: up to £142.50 per shift, depending on location, skills and experience, with company benefits.
Plus £500 welcome bonus in first pay!
As a Traffic Management Operative, you can expect the benefits from Chevron Traffic Management that come with being an employer of choice:
General hours of work are 48 hours per week and is night shift working. In addition to your 48 hours, overtime is also available.
About the role of Traffic Management Operative
About the role
There has never been a better time to join Chevron Traffic Management as a Traffic Management Operative! We have had our most successful year ever! We are growing significantly – which is why we need YOU!
The Traffic Management Operative sit at the heart of everything we and you will be responsible for:
Installing, maintaining and removing temporary traffic management such as deploying cones, signs, frames, sandbags and other equipment on high speed roads.
Undertaking traffic counts, calls to clients and subcontractors, timings and near misses
Helping and guiding new trainees
What good looks like:
It would also be great if you:
Are Highways England inducted
HGV licence/IPV Ticket
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.
Chevron TM who are one of thousands of companies who have committed to real and measurable carbon reduction through http://sciencebasedtargets.org/
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.