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A RARE OPPORTUNITY TO JOIN THE TEAM

RECRUITING IMMEDIATELY: BIOGAS PLANT OPERATIVE

Dynamic and enthusiastic person wanted to join the busy team at the state-of-the-art, award winning, Bore Hill Farm Biodigester in Warminster, Wiltshire. You should be self-motivated with initiative and a positive, can-do attitude. We’ll train you to take responsibility for the reception and processing of waste deliveries in the reception hall as well as get involved in the technical recording and analysis side of operating the plant. The work will be varied, detailed and will require responsibility and dedication.

You will need to be flexible in your working hours (including weekend rota cover) and committed to taking control of operating and maintaining mechanical process equipment and electronic controls. The work will require physical and mental agility, calmness under pressure and the requirement to interact with other team members, visitors and delivery personnel. Fitness, enthusiasm and good communications are important.

We will provide training and you must be willing to develop a wide range of knowledge and skills about renewable energy, mechanical processing, electrical controls and problem solving. If you think you would be able to make a positive contribution then contact us immediately for an interview. You will need to be able to start asap and it will require a full-time commitment.

Please contact Thomas Minter Malaby Biogas Ltd, Bore Hill Farm Biodigester, Deverill Rd, Warminster. 01985 216976

recruitment@malabybiogas.com


 

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