About Associated British Ports
Why Join the UK’s Leading Ports Business?
ABP is the UK’s leading and best-connected port owner and operator. Our network of 21 ports around Britain offers unparalleled marine,road and rail access to domestic and international markets. ABP also owns the UK’s busiest rail freight terminal at Hams Hall located in the heart of the country. As a vital part of the supply chains of businesses throughout the nation, our 21 ports support 119,000 jobs and contribute £7.5 billion to the economy every year, handling £149 billion of trade. It’s a story we’re proud of but it doesn’t end there. We’re transforming our business and embracing the future.
Creating a Great Place to Work
Whether you join as an apprentice, graduate or experienced hire, We offer a vast range of roles spanning the UK, all rooted in a culture that welcomes diversity, fosters talent, encourages internal movement and progression, and places safety as our number one priority. The past year has seen a strong focus on leadership, as that is an important foundation for creating a great place to work. To further strengthen our Executive Team, we have welcomed a number of new colleagues who have brought on board fresh thinking, experience and innovation.
Championing Diversity and Inclusion
At the core of creating a great place to work is our commitment to diversity and inclusion, because we know that to feel valued, colleagues must feel empowered to speak up and share their views. We believe that a diversity of perspectives makes our business better and ultimately more resilient. ABP is the first UK port operator to launch a range of exclusive women’s personal protective equipment.
Corporate Social Responsibility
Closely linked to Beyond Zero and our focus on employee wellbeing is our commitment to providing our colleagues with opportunities to get involved in community and charity events. Our aim is to make sure that colleagues feel embedded in the fabric of local communities so that they can contribute to positive change, while enjoying themselves along the way.
We have continued to invest in training programmes so our people gain the right skills to succeed. As part of this we have expanded the number of courses offered by the ABP Academy, our internal training centre. We have also launched a programme of enhanced hiring manager recruitment training with an emphasis on how to avoid conscious and unconscious bias. Going forward, we are planning to extend this programme to include a greater number of colleagues at all levels within the organisation.
ABP Annual Review Key Stats 2020
Associated British Ports Jobs
- Hydrographic SurveyorKingston upon Hull
- Assistant Technical Operations Manager (Shift)Southampton
- Maintenance Technician - contracts managementSouthampton
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