Lead Fencer

From horticruitment

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Working For: horticruitment

Lead Fencer required

Job Ref T194

Our client works with regional and national organisations, managing large scale and multi-phased projects. They have several arms specialising in Soft Landscaping, Grounds Maintenance, Commercial Landscaping, Fencing and High-End Residential Projects and are passionate about quality and going over and above to deliver a high calibre of service. 

Our client is currently recruiting a skilled / lead fencer to join their expanding business and carry out new build projects in Berkshire, Surrey, Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire, and Oxfordshire.

As a lead fencer you will be provided with a van and will have a clean driving license and CSCS card. Although not essential as this can be obtained once you have joined the business. You will ideally have experience and be responsible for the installation of a variety of fencing systems on predominantly new build housing sites. The systems you will be required to install are closeboard fencing, gates, sheds, ranch fencing, palisade fencing and hoarding.

Candidate Experience/Qualifications:

  • You will be competent in reading site plans.
  • Setting out of fence lines.
  • Materials requirements.
  • General organization of day-to-day operations.
  • Physically fit and dexterous.
  • Ability to operate the appropriate tools and equipment.
  • Capacity to fulfill your duties independently and on time.
  • Ability to direct a fencer working on your instructions as your number 2.

What our client offers:

  • Permanent opportunity to work for an established landscaping and fencing business.
  • PAYE
  • 20 days holiday per annum + bank holidays
  • Vehicle provided (no personal use)
  • Tools provided.
  • Performance related bonus
  • Overtime

Working hours are Monday – Friday 40 hours per week

If this Lead Fencer vacancy is of interest, please apply or contact Jay Rimell on 01233 732767 or recruitment@horticruitment.com.

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Thank you for the interest you have shown in this Lead Fencer vacancy.  Unfortunately, due to the high volume of applications that we receive, it is not possible to respond to every one.  Therefore, unless you hear from us within the next 14 days, your application for this Lead Fencer vacancy will have been unsuccessful.