Tracerco continue to push female talent in recruitment drive
Initiative aims to promote several graduates and apprentices across its STEM roles.
Global oil and gas service company, Tracerco, is actively recruiting female talent across its company as it aims to promote equality and diversity in the workplace.
In a press release, the company says it is “committed to making a big drive towards recruiting the very best talent in the industry, with a particular focus on attracting females at every level to join its varied STEM roles”.
As part of the STEM agenda, the sector is aiming to have a target of 1.5 million women working in STEM by 2030, equating to 30% of the workforce being female.
Since the start of 2022, Tracerco has appointed 64 new staff with 33% being women. It is now looking to grow its workforce across the globe within the next year – including appointing several graduates and apprentices.
Tracerco recently invited 30 girls from a specialist STEM college to attend its state-of-the-art facilities sited in the UK, introducing them to women currently working in the company.
Speaking about the recruitment drive, Jon Tate, Managing Director at Tracerco said: “We are delighted to be at the very forefront in encouraging women in STEM. The industry is positively shifting and women offer a new diversity of opinion which encourages ideas to be challenged and inspires creativity.”