Quick facts
  • What we do:
    Transport across Greater Manchester
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  • Contact
    • 2 Piccadilly Place, ., Manchester, M1 3BG

About Transport for Greater Manchester

Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM) is the local government body responsible for delivering Greater Manchester’s transport strategy and commitments.

More than 5.6 million journeys are made across Greater Manchester’s transport network each day.

They work closely with bus, tram and train operators to help improve the full journey experience. They own Greater Manchester’s bus stations, stops and shelters and invest in new, modern transport interchanges, and they also promote and invest in walking and cycling as safe, healthy and sustainable ways to travel.

Employees can make a request to reduce their working hours or change their working patterns under the company’s flexible working scheme. A number of working parents have made such requests and this facilitates employees managing their parental responsibilities.

In addition, the organisation does offer employees the option to work from home in situations where people are required to be at home for parental responsibilities.

What is it like to work for Transport for Greater Manchester

My Manager
My Manager
Two leadership programmes focus on the development opportunity themes that result from 360-degree feedback. There’s also an online leadership and management resource, while eight employees have started on the Level 5 Management Apprenticeship standard. Executive coaching, peer coaching and mentoring are all available.
Giving Something Back
Giving Something Back
A Health, Safety and Environmental Policy commits to reducing environmental impact. TfGM are certified to the ISO14001:2015 environmental management system. Their Energy and Carbon Strategy aims to reduce carbon impact by 3.8%, covering low-emission vehicles, improved biodiversity, sustainable staff travel and reducing waste.
Fair Deal
Fair Deal
With the Going the Extra Mile scheme, nominees get an instant recognition email and those that went above and beyond get extra recognition in the quarterly rewards. The peer panel recognise and celebrate those who have brought their core values to life.

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  • Development

    Non work related training supported

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    65% / 35%

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