From our ongoing career development to company benefits, at Ainscough Crane Hire we want to ensure our people have rewarding careers and hard work and commitment is recognised.
We offer opportunities not only for experienced professionals or ex-members of the forces, but also for those looking to begin their career in lifting solutions and crane hire.
Through a mixture of apprenticeships, vocational training, on the job training and encouragement of career progression via internal application and selection, we allow our people to develop themselves and increase their competency in their chosen field as well as develop in other alternative areas of expertise.
With safety as a cornerstone of our business, we embed our approach through the Mandatory Ainscough Safety Training (MAST) which is delivered to all employees. Safety is the bedrock of how we perform our work and in all our dealings with our clients.
We believe that our people are our priority in enabling us to deliver a great customer experience. To show our appreciation, we offer a wide range of benefits.
We pride ourselves on having many long standing members of staff, and a key reason for this is our dedication to ensuring Ainscough Crane Hire is a supportive and compassionate employer.
Our policies and benefits are designed to reward our team, and to help improve their work/life balance, through flexible working requests and generous holiday arrangements.
Wellbeing is at the heart of the business, and a key focus is to ensure people have time to take care of themselves and their families. Our company sick pay scheme, Employee Assistance Programme, group accident scheme and life assurance benefit aim to provide assistance when it is needed most.
We also encourage team members to take up opportunities for both personal and professional development, supported by our comprehensive training programme.
Ainscough Crane Hire is very proud to have many ex-armed forces colleagues amongst our team.
We work closely with CTP (Career Transition Partnership) and BFRS (British Forces Resettlement Scheme) to make those in the armed forces aware of all the fantastic opportunities we have on offer.
Crane operators, engineers and LGV drivers are just some of the roles that ex-servicemen and women hold at Ainscough.