AG paving the way with career openings at its Fivemiletown and Toome facilities

AG has announced a recruitment drive to support business expansion at its Fivemiletown and Toome facilities.

Tuesday, 1st June 2021, 10:00 am
Aaron Cassidy, General Operative pictured at AG in Toome

The market-leading manufacturer of paving and building products is seeking applications from experienced Maintenance Fitters, Maintenance Technicians and Maintenance Electricians, as well as Machine Operatives and Production Operatives.

AG has been at the leading edge of hard landscaping and building solutions for more than 60 years, providing world class products and services to architects, specifiers, contractors and homeowners across the UK and Ireland.

The family run business employs over 200 people with locations including Fivemiletown, Dungannon, Toome, Ballygawley, Dublin and Birmingham.

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Stephen Acheson, Chief Executive Officer said: “Our company’s mission is to create products that can make construction better, faster and safer. This mindset not only influences how we develop new products, but it shapes how we run our business. We are constantly seeking ways to improve every aspect of our business and we want to recruit the best talent to help us do so.

“We have been extremely busy over the last 12 months. Trading has been strong across both the domestic sector and commercial sectors. We have had several record-breaking months recently and this recruitment phase is all about strengthening our already fantastic team and meeting customer demands.”

AG offers its employees training and development opportunities as well as employee benefits such as Life Assurance, plus a range of other perks including access to a wellbeing scheme, paid lunch breaks and employee discounts.

For more information on the careers available at AG, please visit www.ag.uk.com/our-company/careers-at-ag/ or email your CV to [email protected]

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