Current job vacancies
Waste Reduction Volunteers
We are currently recruiting Waste Reduction Volunteers in the Cheshire East area. This involves volunteers going out into the community and schools and educating the public on the importance of recycling, reducing food waste and also to encourage more composting.
If you would like to be part of this excellent and rewarding scheme then please contact Lisa Lowe, CEWRV Coordinator for Ansa Environmental Services Ltd on email@example.com or 01606 288942 for further information.
Contract Type: 6 months with the potential to extend
Hours of Work: 37 hours per week Monday to Friday
Work Base: Middlewich
Salary: Grade 4 (£16,491 - £17,772)
We are currently looking to recruit two Grounds Operatives to work closely with Crewe Town Council. These roles will involve completing a range of maintenance and cleansing activities across Crewe to ensure it is a clean, safe and an attractive place to live with well-maintained streets and public spaces. Other activities will include street cleansing activities, the maintenance of public open spaces, horticultural features, highway verges, car parks, formal parks.
In order to apply for the role, applicants will need to have experience of operating a range of hand held equipment, i.e. blowers, jet washers, strimmer’s and pedestrian mowers.
You will be required to work outdoors in all weather conditions and exert physical effort for the majority of the working day in order to fulfil the requirements of the role.
You will be able to interact and communicate effectively with members of the public in order to portray a professional image of our Company and the Town Council and deliver a quality service.
Literacy and numeracy skills are essential along with the ability to use technology particularly a smart phone in order to take photographs, record tasks and post on social media when requested.
Applicants ideally will hold a current CPC and must hold a driving licence.
You will be required to work in line with the Employee Code of Conduct and work as part of a team. The need to work in a safe manner is paramount and therefore an understanding of relevant safe working practices is required.
The Disability Confident scheme aims to help you successfully employ and retain disabled people and those with health conditions. Applicants who meet the minimum criteria for this position will be offered an interview. We therefore encourage all applicants to discuss their needs with the recruiting manager so that reasonable adjustments can be made to the recruitment process.
For an application form, please email SourcingTeam@ecwip.co.uk.
Closing Date: Friday 6 April 2018
Interviews to take place on 19 and 20 April 2018.