Chevron -12d Operative - SW - Ex Sun

Reference

837453

Job Type

Permanent

Industry

Lowspeed

Location

Exeter

Traffic Management Operative – Low Speed 

Salary: up to £12.50 per hour depending on, skills and experience with company benefits, van and overtime opportunity PLUS £500 WELCOME BONUS

As a Traffic Management Operative, you can expect the benefits from Chevron Traffic Management that come with being an employer of choice:

Benefits:

Highly competitive salary with overtime and bonus opportunity
Standby / call out payments in addition to basic salary
Company Van
28 days holiday including Bank Holidays
Bank Holidays paid at double time
Overtime rate of 1¼ paid after contracted hours
Job Security and Guaranteed Hours
Company Pension -worth £900 on average per year with employee contribution
Uniform and PPE provided free -worth £300
Free Traffic Management Training worth up to £1300 
Access to our Internal Academy and Career Development
Employee Assistance Programme
Refer A Friend Scheme of £750
Fill Your Boots Rewards – saving an average of £400 per year
Working with digitally enabled work zone safety solutions
Career Development
On-site free parking

General hours of work are 48 hours per week with overtime opportunity. Hours and shift patterns tend to fall on days, however you may be also required to work evenings, nights and weekends. You will also be required to be on the on-call rota especially if you have the use of a company van.

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 Traffic Management Operative

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!

Responsibilities:

The Traffic Management Operative sits 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 low-speed roads.
Undertaking traffic counts, calls to clients and subcontractors, timings and near misses
Maintenance of temporary traffic lights
Helping and guiding new trainees

What good looks like for Traffic Management Operative:

Unit 2 or M1 / M2 qualified as a minimum
Knowledge of Chapter 8
Able to pass a safety critical worker medical
Full driving licence, with no more than 6 points
Able to pass a drug and alcohol test
Positive “can-do” attitude
Adaptability and Flexibility
Meticulous attention to detail

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.

*Traffic Management Training is subject to signing a training agreement

*Welcome bonus subject to terms and conditions

Chevron TM who are one of thousands of companies who have committed to real and measurable carbon reduction through http://sciencebasedtargets.org/