Application Close Date: 27/03/2020 (Closed)
Hours: 40 hours per week – Temporary
This is an outstanding career opportunity with a market leader providing green services to private and public sector businesses.
The Glendale Countryside division carries out tree surgery, woodland & estates management, invasive weed control, fencing and landscaping.
Glendale Countryside currently has 2 vacancies for a Team operative based in Exeter, Devon. The position is for 6 months and could run for 9 months.
You will be working for the Estates department but working for one of our clients assisting them with their grass cutting round. The areas are spread across Devon and will be in rural locations.
Candidates ideally require a Brushcutter ticket, chainsaw ticket, and First aid ticket. They should be able to have a basic understanding of countryside management and have an understanding of plant ID, especially invasive weeds. A strong understanding and commitment to health & safety is required, and full UK drivers licence is required. Experience in using brushcutters is essential, and using mowers is desirable.
Glendale is a well established business that is continuously growing. Successful applicants can look forward to joining a company that can offer career prospects and believes in investing in its people.
How to Apply
If you feel that you have the necessary skills required for this role, please apply with a letter of application and CV to firstname.lastname@example.org. Or post to Robin Lewington, Contracts Manager, Glendale Countryside, The Dairy Barn, Westpoint, Clyst St Mary, Exeter, Devon, EX5 1DJ or alternatively email. For more information and an informal discussion please call Claire on 01392 444 432 .
Glendale is one of the largest green space management service providers in the UK and specialises in tree care and management, grounds maintenance and landscaping. For more information visit www.glendale-services.co.uk.
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If you are interested in applying for this role, we suggest that you do so at the earliest opportunity to avoid disappointment as interviews will be held throughout the process. Please note that if you have not received correspondence within 21 days then please assume your application has been unsuccessful on this occasion.