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Job Vacancies

Due to continued expansion we now have the following land based job vacancies

 

Fencing Foreman Job Vacancy

Driving licence essential, should have a wide experience of stock/deer fencing as well as close board timber fencing.

Knowledge of timber decking useful.

Vehicle provide, Pension, Bonus, Competitive Package offered


Grounds Maintenance Charge Hand Job Vacancy

Driving licence essential PA6 and other NPTC cards preferred, Pension, Bonus, Competitive Package offered.


Ground Worker/ Hard Landscaper Job Vacancy

Skilled operative required should be able to lay kerbs and mono blocks, as well as natural stone paving, ability to handle small scale brick work and dry stone walling an advantage. Dumper Ticket or other CITB tickets preferred. Pension, Bonus, Competitive Package offered


Estate/ Forest Worker Job Vacancy

Chainsaw tickets required, PA6 preferred should have basic knowledge and experience of planting, tubing and fencing as well as experience in using brush cutter. Pension, Bonus, Competitive Package offered

 

Positions based at Falkirk, Livingston and Dunblane, new office opening latter this year in either Glenrothes or Perth

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Job Vacancies

The Company is keen to hear from those individuals that are looking to join a growing, forward thinking business, send us CV to "vacancies @ landscapeandforestry.com" (without the spaces)

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Our Suppliers

Supply and install planters and bedding thumbWe prefer to work with a small group of trusted suppliers are to meet our requirements of quality and deliver times, were ever possible these should be a close to our areas of operation to reduce environmental impact of transporting supplies around the country.

 

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Health and Safety

Tree Surgrey 2 thumbHealth and Safety has to be at the centre of any project, with a highly experienced labour force, well trained and qualified we have built an enviable record on safety and compliance. With an ongoing training programme on health and safety our employees are regularly up dated with the latest information and guidance available. Project reviews and monthly feed back sessions ensure management are informed of site conditions and developments.

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About Us

Urban Landscaping 2 thumbLandscape and Forestry Services Scotland Ltd acting as main contractor offers a full contracting service to local authorities and public bodies as well as many of the country’s leading property factors and land agents. As a sub contractor we work for many of Scotland’s leading house builders, developers and civil engineering companies.

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