The Company and the Role:
The Company is a global temporary facility builder, and integrated FM and Logistics provider. They operate in a number of environments but within the UK their work tends to focus on providing support services to large engineering and construction projects.
The company has recently won a contract to build a number of temporary buildings, including Offices, Canteens, Welfare facilities, Medical room, Warehouses and a Training facility, in support of a major construction and engineering project in the Waterside area of Southampton.
It is now urgently seeking applications for the position of Shuttering Carpenter.
Opportunities exist with the company on the project from early October until December 2019.
Key Features of the Role:
Utilise your skills as a Shuttering Carpenter to install structures and fixtures, measure, cut and shape materials.
1st and 2nd Fix carpentry experience and create formwork shuttering for concrete pouring process.
Ensure compliance with Personal Fall Arrest System (PFAS) and generate and ensure compliance for Confined space entry, Excavations, Motorized heavy equipment, Energy Isolation, Hot works, On, near or over water.
Follow hazard elimination program (HELP).
Knowledge and Skills Required:
Be an accomplished Shuttering Carpenter ideally with experience in construction environment and hold relevant certification to undertake shuttering work.
Skilled in 1st and 2nd fix carpentry.
Proficient with hand and power tools.
Ideally you will have a valid CCNSG passport or relevant document and be able to follow safety rules as assigned by the Company.
Proficient in MS Office Word, Excel.
What’s on Offer?
£28-32K pro rata on a temporary worker basis. (Possibly more for an exceptional candidate)
Overtime is a possibility.
No Holidays are offered or expected to be taken during the 3-month period from early October to December unless fully authorised by the Senior Manager on site.
Applicants Please Note:
Do not apply for this vacancy unless you are an experienced Shuttering Carpenter and are able to commit to working for a 3 month from early October to December without taking any holiday.
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