"Dyno-Rod was founded in 1963 by Jim Zockoll, a former airline pilot. Dyno-Rod service revolutionised the drain care business. Fifty years of serving Britain, we've cleared 25 million household drains & counting! We are proud to offer you a full 24 hour emergency response across the UK to residential, commercial and industrial premises."
To undertake training, both on and off site in plumbing work in order to achieve competent trade skills together with a recognised qualification.
- To undertake training alongside a qualified plumber on site in all aspects of plumbing including domestic, water service, rainwater pipe, soil stacks and sanitary fittings.
- To carry out work, following instructions to required standard and quality at various dwellings, corporate buildings & construction projects
- To work as a team member alongside other trades, colleagues, partners and members of the public
- To complete all required documentation accurately, on a regular basis, and to specified deadlines
- To maintain and keep clean any allocated transport
- To ensure full compliance with all safety procedures and requirements of statutory legislation
- To attend quarterly review meetings with the Learning and Development Officer to establish progress made against training plans and evaluate training needs on an ongoing basis
- To attend any other relevant training courses as identified by management
Key skills to be successful in your application:
- Good level of English and Maths
- To be committed to attend the local College for appropriate off site training to obtain the L3
- To have a desire to work as a plumber
Location: Knowsley Industrial Estate
Contracted hours: 40 hours per week flexible 7.30am to 6pm
Hourly rate of pay: National Minimum Wage
Closing date: Monday 19 April 2021
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