AW Jenkinson woodwaste are the largest timber recycler in Scotland. Growing year on year to now reprocessing 5000 tonnes of waste wood per week.
With the business growing at a suitable rate with a forward thinking management team plus with being part of the AW Jenkinson group there is no reason why the growth has to slow down.
AWJ’s aim is customer focus and service. Tom McIntyre our (MD) has said “no service =no customers “
Going forward we are very well positioned to provide stock for the ever expanding Biomass boilers being installed plus with having new projects ongoing we are the company who like a challenge.
We always work and listen to our customers and with our help and advice trying to make their job in recycling waste wood a little easier.
AW Jenkinson group have over 400 vehicles in their fleet there is no reason or barriers to where we can help customers with their waste wood, saving this from land fill.
We are looking for an experienced Machine Operative to work at our Hespinwood Site, Carlisle.
The position involves operating mobile machinery and production lines, managing your own health and safety on site, and carrying out some basic maintenance. Operatives are required to work such hours including weekends and nights as necessary, though standard hours are 6:00 – 18:00 Monday to Friday inclusive with some Saturday mornings.
The company offers a competitive remuneration package, including a salary sacrifice pension scheme.
Please forward completed application forms to Tracey Taylor, HR, A. W. Jenkinson Woodwaste Ltd, Clifton Moor, Clifton, Penrith, CA10 2EY or by email to [email protected], by 1st March 2023.Apply
Tom has been with AWJ for four years. With vast experience of all aspects of the waste industry, this is also a key addition to our business. When customers may need help other than timber waste, Tom’s knowledge can be a big asset.
His role within AWJ is as Managing Director of AW Jenkinson Woodwaste.
Tom is a very forward thinking, self-motivated and always looking for ways to take the business forward.
Gerry has been working within the timber industry for more than 25 years, he also has experience within the timber waste industry, with more than 8 years in this sector. He has built up a vast array of contacts through one of his passions, his horses. This helps when supplying wood fines for arena surfaces plus bedding to equestrian customers and farmers.
Michael has been with AWJ now for 14 years. 4 years at Norbord in Stirling, running our AWJ MDF Crusher, then in 2006 he moved to Bo'ness into the management side at AWJ Woodwaste.
Michael’s role with the team is looking after the logistics, booking in and out loads for transport plus looking after the day to day servicing and maintenance of the 14 AWJ vehicles based at our Bo’ness site.