Plant Maintenance Technician
Location: Based between Manchester & Stoke
Vacancy type: Permanent
Additional Benefits: Company Van, Uniform and Pension.
Hours: 40 hrs per week
Our Client is the UK’s leading living wall company, with projects across the country. They are recruiting for extra staff to join their Maintenance team. This is a hands-on, customer centric position and candidates need to be flexible, physically fit, hard-working, and have a strong can-do attitude.
About the Job
This is an interesting, varied, and exciting opportunity to join a busy team in a rapidly expanding company. As a member of their frontline maintenance team you will be travelling throughout the Midlands and north of England maintaining Living Walls – both external and internal. A clean, full UK driving license is essential, and staying away from home overnight will be required on some occasions.
The role includes irrigation calibration, plant pruning and replacement, and treatment of pest and diseases. The living walls are up to 30m high, so being comfortable with working at height is a must. Horticultural experience is essential, and IPAF, PASMA, and PA1 & PA6 certification is preferred, although training can be provided.
Our client want’s someone who is hard-working, has a can-do attitude, and happy working to strict deadlines.
Flexibility with some early starts and self-management is also needed. The role is hands on and can include lifting/moving items safely. You will need to be comfortable with driving, proactively solving problems, communicating with customers and ideally experienced/passionate at working with plants.
If you feel you have the skills, expertise and attitude for this challenging role then please apply today. They are looking for people to start as soon as possible so, if you feel you have what it takes to make a difference then please apply today.
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Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.
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