Construction is one of the fastest-growing industries in the country not only in terms of investment from the real estate sector but also in terms of modernisation. This makes the industry attractive to young workers looking to build a career. As the industry grows, more job opportunities become available at every level. If you are considering entering the industry, here are some tips on how to start a career in construction.Learn your craft
As with most jobs, it takes hard work to succeed in the construction industry. Some would even say that learning a trade takes a lifetime to master. That...
All of us at Paramount Personnel would like to wish everyone a very Happy Christmas and New Year. Our opening/closing hours over the festive period are as follows:
Monday, 23rd December - Open
Tuesday, 24th December - 8.30 - 1pm
Wednesday, 25th - Friday 27th December - Closed
Monday, 30th December - Thursday, 2nd January 2020 - Closed
Friday, 03 January, 2020 - Open
During the period we are closed there will be an answerphone for you to leave any messages for us on our return to work.
We have an INTRODUCTION COURSE in Traffic Management known as Temporary Traffic Management Basic Course (TTMBC) here at our Cullompton office on Thursday 19th December 2019.
It's only a half day course and means you can start work straight away the following Monday as it also incorporates a trainee CSCS (TM only) card as well.
Contact us on 0345 241 1000 if you would like to know more.
The Falcon bus stops a short walking distance from our office which means you get come to us from Bristol or Plymouth and everywhere in between for as little as £5.50. The service is hourly so no hanging around for ages waiting for the return journey either!
Commonly known as the Bristol Airport coach, the Falcon is one of Stagecoaches most popular services and connects Devon with Somerset, Bristol Airport and Bristol City Centre. It makes plenty of stops along the way too, and the Falcon doubles up as a fantastic local service for those living and working around the likes...
It is our job to ensure that any candidates that we put forward for interviews, are prepped and ready, but most importantly, suitable for the role they’re interviewing for. We’ve heard some nightmare stories from employers who’ve set aside entire days for interviews, maybe lining up to 20 in a single day, to have only one or two show up; that’s why they ask us to help.
This is so frustrating for the person who is supposed to be carrying out the interviews. Afterall, the candidate applied for the job, why wouldn’t they turn up? Getting an invite for an interview...