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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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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Regional Construction Boom in Some of the UK’s Biggest Regional Cities

Regional Construction boom in some of the UK's biggest regional cities

The largest UK regional cities are experiencing a construction boom, not anticipated by the scaremongers following Brexit. The attraction of city centre living is helping as are the new transport links to certain parts of the UK. Leeds, Manchester, Birmingham and Belfast have all seen big jumps in the levels of development across a number…

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Rising Demand has Good Prospects for Plant Hire Recruitment

Jobs in plant hire look good through 2020

Plant hire recruitment opportunities are likely to be on the increase in the coming years, as part of a return to growth that has led many firms in the sector to look towards expansion. According to Plant Hire Market Report – UK 2016-2020 Analysis from AMA Research, the UK plant hire market overall achieved 5%…

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How Plant Hire Jobs Can Help SMEs Deliver New Homes

How plant hire jobs can help SMEs deliver new homes

Plant hire jobs are a crucial link in the housing supply chain, ensuring building firms of all sizes have access to the tools they might not directly own. For obvious reasons, this can be even more important for small and medium-sized firms, whose investment budget to purchase new tools and equipment outright may be smaller.…

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Will Election Boost Jobs in Tool Hire?

Will election boost jobs in tool hire?

 With a general election just a few weeks away, what are the prospects for jobs in tool hire? One of the key issues at stake is the construction and renovation of housing. The Federation of Master Builders has been looking at the different parties’ pledges on property building and renovation, and Labour and the Greens…

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Could Apprenticeship Funding Affect Plant Hire Recruitment?

Could apprenticeship funding affect plant hire recruitment?

Government proposals on construction apprenticeship funding could have far-reaching consequences throughout the industry, from those working on building new homes and commercial premises, to related disciplines like plant hire recruitment. Throughout the sector, experience and expertise have always been highly valued, and construction remains an industry where education is largely vocational, including a wealth of…

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Independents Lead the Way on Tool Hire Recruitment

Independents lead the way on tool hire recruitment

There are a few big names that come up time and time again in tool hire recruitment, with major chains of tool hire providers logically needing the largest number of employees. But figures from the National Merchant Buying Society show the extent to which independent firms play their part across all areas of the builders’ merchants…

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More Self Build Sites Could Boost Tool Hire Vacancies

Safety measures in construction site operations are critical

The government’s continued commitment to supporting self-builders could bring further good news in terms of the availability of tool hire vacancies, as more people need the correct tools to construct the home of their dreams. At the end of September, the Department for Communities and Local Government announced 11 new areas nationwide to receive special…

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