Since 1944 AD Construction Group has established itself as a well-regarded refurbishment contractor providing building maintenance services within the public sector, predominantly to local authority housing associations. Working as a close-knit team the organisation has successfully proven time and time again its ability to be a serious competitor in the construction industry.

Role Description:

We’re looking for an experienced and enthusiastic multi trade operative able to deliver first-class repair services across a variety of properties across Staines. We can offer you regular work, an attractive and steady salary and standard working hours.

Travelling will play a major part in the role as the job will involve covering many different sites, therefore driving is a must.

Skills desired, but not limited to:

  • Carpentry (predominantly)
  • Plastering

Essential skills:

  • Experience dealing with windows, doors, and roofing
  • Full manual driving license
  • Own Tools
  • The ability to work unsupervised to the Project Specification
  • The ability to record all repairs effectively
  • Good communication skills

Package:

  • Salary - £37,000
  • Hours – Monday to Friday, 8am to 5pm (1hr for lunch)
  • 21 days holiday + bank holidays and Christmas Closure
  • Company van (tracked) and a fuel card for business use
  • Company branded uniform and relevant PPE
  • Mobile Phone for business use

Additional Information:

  • A DBS check will be done on your behalf at the companies expense
  • Eligible to work in the UK
  • Initial 6-month probationary period

All applications are assessed in line with the Equal Opportunities Regulations and Data Protection Regulations. 

We are proud to support the Armed Forces Covenant. We will guarantee an interview for any candidate who has formerly served in the Armed Forces and who meets the criteria for the vacancy.

We are a registered government Disability Confident Employer. This helps us to successfully employ and retain people with disabilities and health conditions. Disabled applicants who meet the criteria for a vacancy will be guaranteed an interview. The Equality Act 2010 defines a disabled person as someone who has a physical or mental impairment that has a substantial and long-term negative effect on their ability to do daily activities.

Neurodiverse individuals have highly valuable skills, and we recognise that a traditional interview process sometimes works against them and doesn’t allow them to self-advocate. Neurodiverse applicants who meet the criteria for a vacancy will be guaranteed an interview.

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