Plant and Tool Hire Jobs & Social Media

Plant and Tool Hire Jobs & Social Media

When you think about plant and tool hire jobs you do not often associate them with social media. More often than not what comes to mind is someone in dirty work gear operating heavy plant equipment or someone in a warehouse full of tools and equipment. So how does social media play a part in all this?…

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Hire controller – what do they do?

Hire Controller, Hire Controller Jobs, Hire Controller Recruitment, Hire Controller Vacancies, Construction, Dave Irons, Permanent Full Time

Hire controller jobs are a frequent sight on Embark Recruitment’s website. Hire controller vacancies are on the increase and data from Adzuna reveal that there is 40.5 per cent more hire controller job adverts compared to this time last year. It’s not only the amount of hire controller jobs that are on the rise, the…

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How London’s T-charge will affect logistics

How London’s T-charge will affect logistics

London’s T-Charge has come into effect as part of the wider scale plans by the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, to tackle the high pollution and toxic air levels in the capital. The introductions will see drivers whose car do not meet certain standards have to pay a charge when entering the city. As well…

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How to get a job as a tool hire depot manager

How to get a job as a tool hire depot manager

Working in the tool hire industry is an attractive prospect for many. Tool hire is a term that covers the majority of areas of the supply chain in the plant and tool hire sector. There is a range of possible jobs in the industry, all requiring different specialist’s skills. The roles are often for large…

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Self-driving lorries to be tested on UK roads

HGVs driving UK

To many people, self-driving lorries still seem as something that will only be seen on the movie screen, but a surprise is the fact that the technology is there and is becoming ever closer to being a reality on the roads. There has been plenty said about self-driving cars and a common feature in the…

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What’s needed for a forklift engineer job?

What’s needed for a forklift engineer job?

At Embark Recruitment, we are experts in recruitment in the plant & tool hire industry. This can range from HGV driver roles to office-based depot managers. One of the main job roles that we cover is service engineers. Service engineers visit clients to resolve functional problems in machinery by making assessments and resolving issues. Within…

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What are recruiters looking for in a fitter engineer?

What are recruiters looking for in a fitter engineer?

Fitter engineers install, maintain and repair mechanical, electrical and hydraulic systems and equipment. They work from detailed engineering drawings and technical manuals to fit and assemble parts and components for a variety of machinery. The role involves dealing with the various processes involved in making or producing components for machinery. What skills are required to…

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Construction boom assists plant and tool hire jobs market

Construction boom assists plant and tool hire jobs market

The plant and tool hire jobs market is heavily entwined with the construction industry but what do the latest forecasts mean for people looking to get employment in the plant and tool hire industry? The results look quite promising due to the fact the construction industry seems to finally be shrugging off the Brexit fears. Markit/CIPS, the…

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How and why becoming a HGV driver is a good career choice

HGV driver on motorway

Heavy goods vehicle (HGV) l drivers transport goods between distributors, suppliers and customers. HGV drivers play an important role in the supply chain and help keep the country stocked up. Benefits of becoming a HGV driver Obviously, there is a lot of travel involved in the job, but for someone who enjoys being out on the road,…

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Introduction of T-levels Could Increase Tool Hire Numbers

Introduction of T-levels could increase tool hire numbers

In the 2017 Budget, it was announced that the UK will invest heavily in a new technical qualification named T-levels. For years, the widely accepted route to ‘success’ has been GCSE to A-level, then A-level onto university. T-levels will bypass this familiar route and give young people a pathway into 15 sectors where technical training…

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