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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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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Tool Hire Recruitment Finds Jobs That Are ‘Just Right’

Tool hire recruitment finds jobs that are 'just right'

There are lots of different reasons why people choose careers in tool hire, but with a wide range of different opportunities available in the industry, specialist tool hire recruitment is bound to find a vacancy to suit you. At the start of 2017 Report linker published the 11th edition of their major market study ‘Tool…

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BBC Show Highlights Responsibility of Jobs in Tool Hire

BBC show highlights responsibility of jobs in tool hire

A recent episode of the BBC’s consumer watchdog show Fake Britain touched on a subject of importance to anyone working in jobs in tool hire, as well as in the wholesale and consumer retail markets. The show focused specifically on ladders, and those that may have been supplied in good faith by wholesalers, but which did…

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DIY Disasters Boost Tool Hire Vacancies

Extensions are good news for jobs in tool hire

Whether you’re serving the general public, the trades, or both, there’s good reason to expect a boost in tool hire vacancies in the new year, when many people make New Year’s resolutions to do more of those DIY jobs around the house. This obviously has direct implications for the consumer-facing market, where tool hire vacancies can become…

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Tool Hire Recruitment can Shore up Supply of Tradespeople

Tool hire recruitment finds jobs that are 'just right'

Tool hire recruitment is part of arguably one of the UK’s most important vertical markets, as those tools are often used by tradespeople in construction work on new affordable housing for British families. However, the Federation of Master Builders has reported that a two-year upward trend within the building industry may be under threat from…

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Industry Calls for Push on Tool Hire Recruitment

Industry calls for push on tool hire recruitment

Young people entering jobs in tool hire might be surprised by just how much they are valued by those in the construction industry, following the news that the sector is calling for a push on tool hire recruitment in the immediate future. Hire Association Europe have teamed up with JCB to do just that, with…

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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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Positive Signs for Tool Hire Jobs Thanks to Custom Build Fund

Positive signs for tool hire jobs thanks to Custom Build Fund

Tool hire jobs could be among the beneficiaries of the Custom Build Fund, a £150 million government initiative that aims to help finance building plots for custom housing. The Federation of Master Builders welcomed the announcement of the fund at the end of June, calling it good news for homebuyers and house-builders alike. Chief executive…

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‘Planning Revolution’ Could Boost Jobs in Tool Hire

How plant hire jobs can help SMEs deliver new homes

A so-called ‘planning revolution’ could be good news for people seeking jobs in tool hire in the years to come. The Chancellor’s Mansion House speech, delivered earlier this month, outlined moves to increase the amount of brownfield development that takes place in the UK. By doing so, this not only means old building plots may…

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