Apprentice Joiner - Dana Joinery and Glazing - REF: 005

Company overview:

"Dana Joinery and Glazing is a construction company specialising in all aspects building work."

Key responsibilities for the role:

  • Measuring building materials and space for installation accuracy
  • Assemble sturdy, well-constructed floorboards, skirting boards, window frames, door linings
  • Participate in first and second fixing
  • Defer to detailed construction drawings
  • Repair/refurbish existing work
  • Utilize skills in other trades such as plumbing, tiling, bricklaying, painting, roofing etc
  • Attend college when required to complete Apprenticeship Standard in Joinery

Key skills to be successful in your application: 

  • Competent in the use of power-tools
  • Timekeeping
  • Working within a team
  • Working in adverse weather (outside)
  • Communication
  • Commitment
  • Must have or be able to achieve Level 2 in English and Maths

Location: Kings Dock Mill (Liverpool City Centre)   
Contracted Hours: 40 hours                        
Hourly rate of pay: National Minimum Wage               

Closing date: Monday 10 August 2020

How to apply: 
1. Download and complete the application form 

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