We are hiring. Join the Chip Chip team. Postions available in Royston and Risby.

Wood Chip Labourer full time

We have full-time positions available at our Royston and Risby depots

A fast-growing national biomass company, Chip Chip is the only national supplier of high quality force dried woodchip in the UK

Wood Chip Labourer full time (immediate start)

We require an enthusiastic person that is a self-starter to undertake the day to day running of the depot.

Duties including :

  1. Drying Wood Chip
  2. Loading and unloading of deliveries
  3. General site work and boiler maintenance
  4. Paperwork and Documentation
  5. Stock management

Skills required : driving licence / experience of operating heavy farm machinery such as Tractors / Manitou / Knowledge of Microsoft Outlook

Experience of wood chip drying would be advantageous but not essential, as full training will be provided.

Pay Package

£18k basic increasing to £20k after probationary period, plus generous bonus scheme.

email: amy@chipchip.co.uk

http://www.chipchip.co.uk/about/careers/

Royal Welsh Show major success

What a great 4 days we had at the Royal Welsh Show. Thanks to all who visited our stand and entered our prize draw. We will be responding to all your enquiries over the next few days and getting in touch with one lucky winner.

For all your wood chip needs be it for a biomass boiler, playground, equestrian or landscape applications contact Chip Chip. Visit our web site at www.chipchip.co.uk for more information.

 

Chip Chip team visit strategic supply chain partner

There is a common misconception that cutting down a tree is not good for the environment. Here at Chip Chip we have an ethical planting policy in place. We ensure that all the wood purchased from our supply chain comes from properly managed woodlands that comply with the Forestry Commission Standard for managing woodlands.  That means for every tree that gets cut down for our wood chip production many more get replanted. These new growing trees absorb more carbon than mature trees. Only 2% of these managed forests are harvested in any one year, leaving 98% to absorb the carbon released.

 

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