Ashley Ann In Wick Now Recruiting To Various Positions
1st October 2020
Ashley Ann business has grown substantially over the last 30 years and shows no signs of slowing down even in the pandemic.
Manufacturing goes on with the housing market being very buoyant and demand for kitchens bathrooms and bedrooms part of it.
Ashley Ann already employs around 160 staff and is now recruiting to add to their workforce at Wick.
The firm manufactures around 80 kitchens, bedrooms and bathrooms per week, with these being supplied through eight of their own retail showrooms in Scotland, and many independent retailers spread right across the UK.
Full and part-time positions are available particularly in CNC Machining, Cabinet Assembly, Timber Processing & Carpentry.
On offer is an attractive benefits package including, Pension, Work Wear & PPE, Six weeks annual leave(2 weeks Christmas closure) Mini bus may be available from Thurso, via Castletown or Halkirk.
To see more and to apply go HERE
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