Multi Skilled Joiner
Business Area: Housing Maintenance - Muir Housing
Contract: Permanent, full time
Make a difference with the Housing Maintenance Experts.
Kier Housing Maintenance (HM) have long standing partnership agreements with housing associations, local authorities and private landlords to conduct responsive repairs and planned maintenance across various sites. Our commitment to our clients has resulted in us being shortlisted for Contractor of the Year at the UK Housing Awards 2020.
We are recruiting now for a Multi Skilled Joiner to assist with our Muir Housing partnership. In this important role and rewarding role, you will be carrying out joinery & repair works to a high level "right first time" basis, in a cost-effective manner. Some minor after-trade work would be required e.g. brickwork, plastering & basic plumbing.
What are we looking for?
We're on the lookout for those have a previous carpentry/joinery trade background with experience in the housing maintenance and social housing sector, including Occupied & Void properties, ideally with a relevant formal qualification.
You'll be able to read construction drawings, be experienced in 1st and 2nd fix carpentry/joinery, ideally holding a CSCS card, and be asbestos awareness trained. As this is a multi-skilled role, you should be able to carry out basic plumbing and plastering.
What will you receive?
You can expect a competitive salary and a strong benefits package that includes:
Free Life Assurance
Access to our valuable pension scheme - Kier Retirement Savings Plan
Generous annual leave allowance
Options to participate in Cycle2Work and Payroll Giving schemes
Two employee Share Scheme options
Employee Assistance Programme
Access to Kier Rewards, our exclusive Discount Shopping Site with deals available at over 800 retailers
Plus, many more benefits geared to your wellbeing
It's worth remembering that if you are successful, we'll undertake the relevant / standard pre-employment checks after you have been offered a job. This includes taking up your references, verifying your right to work in the UK, verifying your driving licence (if applicable) and a health assessment.
Due to the nature of this role, you will also be required to complete an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service Check (applicants with criminal convictions will be treated on a case by case basis. We do not discriminate based on an applicant's criminal record or the details of any offences disclosed to us). Some roles may also be subject to further pre-employment checks.
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