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  1. Keystone have a range of positions available from ground-worker to site supervisor within our expanding team of Ecological Contractors. Applicants would conduct a variety of works centred around land management, tree and scrub clearance, habitat creation and protected species mitigation. We are looking to recruit a number of hardworking, competent and diligent individuals prepared to work hard in an outdoor environment. Day to day operations will be from our yard facility just off of M4 Junction 18 with operatives expected to work away periodically. Salary will be dependant on experience and certifications ranging from 18-24k + periodical performance bonus, 28 days holiday, staying away incentives and good career progression opportunities. For full details please contact; joe.bradshaw@keyenv.co.uk // 01666 503687
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  3. Touchwoodplay.co.uk is seeking an experienced site foreman to deliver high quality manufacture of bespoke and innovative timber playground equipment all over the UK. Being a small but vibrant and expanding company, the right candidate must be a committed individual looking to commit to our team and grow within the company. Full time role - 5 days a week, (additional hours, weekend work and working on site away from Bristol may be required). Salary varies depending on skills and experience. Touchwood Play manufactures bespoke playground equipment for public and private spaces. We are a member of the Forest of Avon Products Co-operative and pride ourselves on working with locally sourced materials. Your duties will include but are not limited to: • Managing and conducting site carpentry and landscaping works • Erecting timber frames and addressing detailing such as cladding, decks and roof structures • Use and maintenance of a wide variety of handheld woodworking tools • Working as part of a small team often undertaking tasks on your own. • Managing site staff to ensure project is run effectively and efficiently • Liaising with operations manager to communicate progress etc. Experience of delivering to strict deadlines whilst ensuring product quality at all times • Working in accordance with our method statements and risk assessments, including potentially work at height, and safe lifting and moving of heavy components. • Closely following our designers’ plans to ensure that structures are built and finished to the required standard. • Ensuring a safe and efficient working environment • Travel and overnight stays will be required to fulfil aspects of this role The following experience would be helpful: • Experience of working on medium to large projects. • Understanding layout plans, marking out and surveying of sites. • CSCS card including SMSTS • Previous woodworking experience in green wood crafts and conventional joinery. • Chainsaw licence • Full driving licence • Site plant qualifications (Telehandler, Digger, Dumper) • Experience of and appropriate licence for towing a trailer • Work at height qualification, PASMA, LOLER Please send a cover letter and CV by email to Ed Anderson at ed@touchwoodplay.co.uk . See our website Touchwoodplay.co.uk NO AGENCIES THANK YOU
  4. Nimrod Environmental are currently carrying out a project in Immingham, North East Lincolnshire where we have a requirement for an extra Groundsman/ Chipper Operator to join our team temporarily from now until the end of March 2017. Working as part of our friendly and professional team, site hours are 9am-4pm Monday to Friday, earning £100 per day. If you are interested, are hard working and reliable and can either commute to Immingham for a 9am start or to our yard in Barnsley for a 7am start to allow for travel then give us a call on 01924 830961.
  5. I see this particular sub-forum of Arbtalk is "for those wishing to diversify into landscaping". As someone who has run a paving & landscaping company for 18 years, I'd be happy to offer any advice I can give. More useful perhaps, I also help run Landscape Hub, (a forum for those in or associated with the landscape and horticultural industries). We have a wealth of knowledge there in both landscaping and garden / grounds maintenance, so any questions I can't answer, (there might be many!), I can always ask Landscape Hub members for assistance. Similarly if I see any Arb questions on the Hub that can't be answered, I'll definitely be referring them to Arbtalk. Gary


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