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General Description
Full Time

Can you think beyond the box as a member of the Garic team in Bury?

We’re seeking an exceptional candidate to join our dedicated team. Your role will involve contributing to high-quality preparation and spray-painting tasks, all while prioritising safety and efficiency. Proficiency in using industrial airless spray-painting equipment would be a benefit. Full training will be given to those who do not have the required skills. Your adaptability in a dynamic work environment will be highly valued.
Attention to detail is key as you complete unit preparation, and your knowledge of spray-painting techniques and workspace maintenance will make a significant impact. You will be required to undertake the role of abrasive blasting to meet the requirements of the department. Full training will be given to those who do not have the required skills.
Your daily responsibilities will encompass a diverse range of tasks, including maintaining site welfare cabins, containers, and towable units. Collaborating with other production and repair departments will be an integral part of the role as we meet growing operational demands and drive progress within our team.

You'll be responsible for:
  • To interpret production schedules and working examples, to achieve the finish required for our products, in line with safety, quality and delivery standards,
  • To maintain a safe working environment, highlighting any concerns and assisting to better our environment,
  • Operate and maintain Industrial airless spray-painting equipment, tools, and machinery in accordance with best practices.
  • Demonstrate adaptability and maintain productivity when faced with changes in work tasks or the work environment, effectively adjusting to new structures, processes, or requirements.
  • Operate and maintain Industrial Sand Blasting Equipment in accordance with SSOW once fully trained.
  • Display self-motivation and take initiative to achieve results without constant prompting from others.
  • Foster collaboration and teamwork, working cooperatively with colleagues towards a common goal.
  • Approach your job role in a professional manner, always exhibiting a high level of professionalism.
  • Attain a superior level of finish by visually inspecting materials before painting.
  • Conduct thorough inspections of completed work to identify and address any obvious finishing defects.
  • Adhere to a quality checking system to consistently produce work of high standards.
  • Carry out & focus on 5s principles to continually improve organisation, cleanliness & standardisation of the workplace.
We’re looking for someone with these essentials:
  • Experience with High-Volume low-pressure spray painting.
  • Experience Undertaking paint preparation.
  • Achieving results
  • Perform within a team.
  • Eligible to work in the UK.
These qualities would be a great help:
  • Experience within a hire repair/ reactive repair background.
  • Experience within the site welfare sector.
  • Industrial painting qualification
  • Forklift truck licences.
  • Sand Blasting experience.
  • Willingness to work overtime if required due to the hire aspect of the business.

West Thurrock

General Description
Full Time

The Workshop fitter’s role will be part of an enthusiastic professional maintenance team that are responsible for servicing, repairing, maintaining both plant and welfare products. Their expert knowledge, strengths and creativeness will be required to be demonstrated daily, in order to support the flow of departmental operations.

Operatives will have an overall focus on safety, quality, productivity and costs. Workshop Fitters will be required to work alongside other team members on similar tasks and will also offer professional, efficient support to their line managers.

The Workshop Fitters position will be a fundamental role which offers direct support to the hire operations team. The operative must be passionate about working in a very busy time sensitive environment and must be able to adapt to operational change if and when required.

Key Responsibilities and Accountabilities
  • Required to have good safety awareness and able to work in a safe professional manner, this includes good housekeeping, correct use of personnel protective equipment, attending regular toolbox talks and near miss reporting.
  • Working as a team – must be able to operate within a team and offer support to the wider team if required, this may also include support other depots through periods of annual leave.
  • Flexible, will be required to work extra hours on some occasions, and occasionally working off site.
  • Liaise with other departments to ensure prompt delivery of products.
  • Checking welfare cabins and plant equipment, any repairs/services found will require operatives to complete.
  • Identify damage and ensure this is communicated back to you line manager.
  • Provide a high-quality repair and maintenance service.
  • Manage and control costs to the best of your abilities.
  • Monitoring the quality of your work to minimize error and customer dissatisfaction.
  • Demonstrate professional behaviours in line with Garic’s behavioural framework & core values.
  • Required to be able to adapt to any situation and receptive of organisational change.
Personal Specification

  • Mechanical engineering background.
  • Low volt DC experience e.g. automotive.
  • Full UK Driving Licence
  • Experience working with diesel generators.
  • Basic fabrication.
  • Basic hydraulics.
  • Basic plumbing experience.
  • CSCS site card
  • Mechanical engineering or automotive.
  • Automotive electrical qualification.
Personal Qualities
  • Diligent
  • Professional
  • Enthusiastic
  • Determined
  • Innovative
  • Passionate
  • Composed


General Description
Full Time

Garic is looking for a professional, enthusiastic and flexible driver to join the team at our West Thurrock depot in this fast paced & varied role.

The role is for a Class 2 HGV service driver, to work as part of a dedicated team travelling throughout the UK undertaking the waste, water & fuel servicing of welfare cabins, toilets and associated equipment.

Key responsibilities:
  • Carry out water and fuel replenishment and to remove effluent waste from welfare cabins sited on customer’s premises
  • To comply with company Health & Safety policy and Tachograph legislation
  • To load and secure all equipment onto your vehicles accordingly
  • To transport and install equipment safely and competently
  • To ensure delivery and collection paperwork is completed correctly
  • Promote Garic positively delivering an excellent standard of customer service
What do you need to become the successful HGV Driver?

  • Driving experience within a multi drop or multi collection role
  • Must be comfortable with occasional nights away from home as required
  • DCPC Full 35 hours
  • HGV Category C Licence
  • Ability to work on own initiative and as part of a team
  • Experience of working in the Plant, Construction or manufacturing industry
  • CSCS Card
Personal Qualities
  • Diligent
  • Professional
  • Enthusiastic
  • Determined
  • Innovative
  • Passionate
  • Composed
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Join the
Garic Team

We are excited about bringing dynamic and engaging people into the business. If you are interested in joining our multi-award winning organisation and working with a fantastic team of talented and energetic colleagues, then please have a look at our list of current vacancies or don’t hesitate to get in touchwith our HR team.

Our Benefits
Package Includes

Employee discount scheme with money off at retailers and everyday spends

Christmas closure

Employee health cover

Company pension scheme

Profit share bonus

Death in service benefit

22 days Holiday + Bank Holidays, increasing with length of service

Cycle to work scheme

Birthday leave

Free onsite parking

Birthday vouchers