Career Opportunities

For 50 years Ronacrete has been at the leading edge of product development and performance. Innovation and brand leadership are enhanced by technical support which is considered the best in the industry. The Ronacrete philosophy is to constantly strive to be the best in all activities. As one of the few, successful, family run independent companies in the building materials industry we have a flexible attitude and genuine commitment to customer service.

Occasionally there will be opportunities to join the Ronacrete team. Please see below for career opportunities.

Warehouse Operative (Temporary – possibly permanent) Harlow

 

Enthusiastic Production Operative required to join our Production Team.

 

Current fork lift licence for both Counter Balance and Reach Truck would be of benefit. Duties will include the manufacture of cement and resin based materials. Work will include heavy lifting. You must be hard working and be able to work using your own initiative. Full training will be given.

 

HOURS: 7.30am to 4pm Mon-Fri (Occasional overtime).

 

Holiday entitlement is 20 days per annum (May-April)

 

Starting salary £17,000-£20,000 (depending on experience) per annum.

 

Apply in the first instance attaching CV to factory@ronacrete.co.uk

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