Saturday, December 2, 2023

Great opportunities with the Port of Tilbury

THE Port of Tilbury, London’s fastest growing port has four exciting graduate roles available now and the business is looking for talented, ambitious and hardworking people to fill them.
Logistics is key to every aspect of life and a port business is where it all happens. From unitised cargoes (containers) to renewables and everything in between, Forth Ports operations across Scotland and in Tilbury keep the UK moving.

The graduate roles based in Tilbury are:
Commercial Graduate working at the London Container Terminal;
Engineering Graduate working across the port’s activities;
Environmental, Social, Governance & HR Graduate based in Tilbury;
Data Analytics Graduate role which can be based in Tilbury or in Scotland.
There are also two further roles available in Scotland based in Dundee and Grangemouth, these are:
Hydrographic Surveying Graduate based in Grangemouth working for the marine team across the Forth and the Tay;
Operations Graduate based in either Dundee or Grangemouth.
Michelle Primrose, Group HR Manager said: “Working for Forth Ports is a fascinating and rewarding career choice. Our business is vital to keep things moving and we are constantly developing, investing and adapting to the needs of our customers and the country. We are now looking for a team of talented graduates to help drive our future strategy. If you are looking for structured learning and personal development as well as a competitive salary and a rewarding career, then please do apply before the closing date of 2 May.”

The Port of Tilbury has been in operation for over 135 years and is a major employer of people in its local communities. The port’s activities are wide ranging and with a clear focus on job creation and skills development, the ports are playing their part in the UK’s economic recovery.

Closing date for applying Monday 2nd May 2022. For more about graduate careers at Forth Ports and the current vacancies, click here:


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