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Site Operatives / Supervisors (Invasive Plant Removal)

Environet UK
Various UK locations
Dependent on role and experience £20,000 - £38,000 per annum
Closing date
21 Nov 2021
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About Environet UK Ltd

We are an established and respected specialist in Japanese knotweed and invasive plant removal working nationally in both the commercial and residential sectors. To support our growth we are looking for motivated and enthusiastic individuals to join us as Site Supervisors and Site Operatives for positions across the UK. Our head is based near Woking, Surrey.

We are looking for a range of candidates with differing levels of experience who want to build a career in this unique, specialist industry. Prior experience in the invasive plant industry is not necessary as full training will be provided. Previous experience in landscaping/construction/grounds care would be beneficial. The roles will involve some level of manual work, so a good level of fitness is required.

** Immediate starts available **

Person Specification Skills

  • Self-motivated and enthusiastic
  • Friendly personality with good communication skills
  • Excellent time keeper
  • Able to work successfully alone as well as within a team to pre-determined objectives
  • Excellent organisational skills and takes pride in their work

Knowledge and Experience

  • Full driving licence essential, trailer licence would be an advantage
  • Interest in progressing and developing skill sets
  • Experience in the invasive plant, landscaping or construction is desirable
  • Any construction/landscape industry qualifications are beneficial


  • Competitive salaries
  • 23 days paid leave + bank holidays
  • 100% employee-owned company, with an Employee Ownership Bonus Scheme
  • Enhanced Sick pay
  • Death in service benefit


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