A partnership between North Lanarkshire Council and Mears Scotland is paving the way for twenty-six young individuals to embark on a journey towards becoming the workforce of the future through apprenticeships.
Twenty-two apprentices from across North Lanarkshire are learning a range of trade skills with the council’s strategic housing and repairs partner Mears Scotland. Jim Logue, leader of North Lanarkshire Council welcomed the young people at a recent visit to the council’s civic centre wher
Through its work with North Lanarkshire Council, Mears Group is focussing on the progression of its local workforce as it supports its apprentices to continue their careers. Mears said it is committed to supporting the development of skills across the local workforce and in 2021 hired 23 new apprent
Mears has celebrated the achievement of its facilities general manager Alex Ballintine after he won the 2021 IWFM Award for Newcomer of the Year. The award recognises exceptional new talent in the profession, identifying individuals who have made a significant impact on the provision of the workplac
Mears has announced plans to take on 20 new apprentices in partnership with North Lanarkshire Council. The successful applicants will get the opportunity to start a career repairing and maintaining thousands of tenanted properties and public buildings in their home towns.
At 23 years old, Dylan Andrew is charging ahead in his career as he launches himself into the second year of his four year apprenticeship with Mears. Faced with the challenges and surprises of the past year, Dylan – of Coatbridge – has turned negatives into positives and progressed with
The staff of housing services provider Mears have been praised by a prominent leader in the Scottish asylum community after a year in which the company and staff helped fund goods and services worth more than £430,000 to a leading Scottish charity. As a result, more than 160 children from the
Housing maintenance contractor Mears is preparing to return the last remaining furloughed maintenance staff to work by the end of next work in anticipation of work returning to normal levels at the end of the year.