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Armed Forces Covenant

Indigo is committed to being a Service Leaver-friendly company and we are very proud that we not only employ a number of ex-service personnel right across our business, but we will also offer real support to employees who have chosen to volunteer to serve in the Reserve Forces.  This is a Covenant that we take very seriously and will work hard to deliver upon.

Indigo is proud to support those who have served within the Armed Forces and we pledge to support these people in the below ways:

  • No member of the Armed Forces community should face a disadvantage in the provision of public and commercial services compared to any other citizens
  • In some circumstances, special treatment may be appropriate, especially for the injured or bereaved

In addition, Indigo also made a further commitment:

  • To actively recruit veterans, to provide relevant industry training and support and provide greater flexibility to staff who are Reservists by further supporting their training and deployment.
  • We are also committed to invest, train, and fast track those with a desire and aptitude to progress.

We are also delighted to have been awarded the Bronze award for Employee Recognition through these policies followed at Indigo.

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We Value Your Experience

Within our industry, those that are leaving the Armed Forces are in a strong position when looking to transfer their abilities that have been acquired through their years of service.

We value the experience that service leavers have, and strive to look for candidates that demonstrate:

  • Discipline
  • Teamwork
  • Analytical
  • Resilient
  • Process-oriented
  • Leadership
  • Committed
  • Action-oriented
  • Job completion
  • Attention to detail
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We trust in your Development

At Indigo, we understand that changing careers and industries takes some time to adjust and settle, which is why all new employees are supported through comprehensive training to help them get up to speed. Catered specifically to each role, this process helps new employees develop with full support along the way.

Periods of shadowing our experienced team across all departments will benefit new starters. Getting first-hand vision and experience of the working environment and guidance from a colleague helps develop skills and confidence when progressing in a new role.

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Benefits of working at Indigo

  • Diverse career opportunities; both internationally, in leadership or as technical specialist
  • Training and Career Development/ Promoting from within: 20% of our staff have been promoted since the start of the financial year!
  • Employee Success Plan: Performance and development review process, incorporating both formal and on the job training
  • Employee Recognition and Equity scheme
  • Graduate and Apprentice Programmes
  • Refer A Friend Bonus
  • Annual and family leave
  • Enhanced Maternity / Paternity Pay (depending on region),
  • Company Sick pay Scheme (depending on region)
  • Charity events and days
  • Field roles for those who don’t want to be stuck behind a desk
  • Hybrid working for those who work in our offices
  • Pension plan and healthcare support (depending on region)
  • Team socials, employee sports and fitness events
  • Legendary Summer and Christmas parties
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Indigo Culture

We are proud to have a number of ex-forces personnel already employed by Indigo, predominantly represented especially through field-based roles. The working culture is not too dissimilar to certain roles within the forces that are constantly out in the field and being active 24/7.

The versatility and variety within these roles mean that no day is the same, which brings new challenges, as well as new ways to progress.

For those that are looking to change their working environment, we have office-based roles working across all of our departments and services. Indigo’s HQ is based in Magor, South Wales and Limerick, Ireland and we are always looking to expand the team within these offices.

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