Apprentice Roofer - Builder and Roofing - REF: KA 32

Company overview:

"Trading since Feb 2019, our small family run business operates in the Liverpool area on both small and large scale building work. The majority of the work we undertake is roofing, both maintenance of existence of rooves but also new installs too."

Key responsibilities for the role:

We are looking for an apprentice in roofing to join our small family-run business. You’ll assist with the general building work and the construction of safe and durable roofs and fix damaged parts such as, for example, broken tiles. You’ll assist with installation of materials in good order and set up systems.
To succeed in this role, you should have the ability to use hand tools, such as cutters and roofing hatchets, and stand on ladders and scaffolds for long periods at a time. You’ll also know how to handle materials (e.g. wood, asphalt) for different building materials.

  • Must be able to complete an apprenticeship framework in L2 Roofing Apprenticeship Standard
  • Follow safety rules
  • Take direction from mentor
  • Attend work and college with punctuality and with the correct mindset
  • Assist with jobs using various materials and tools
  • Repair or replace broken materials
  • Remove debris from roofs to place materials
  • Use hand tools and other equipment (e.g. scaffold, ladder)
  • Restock materials

Key skills to be successful in your application:

  • Desire to work in this industry
  • Able to work at height
  • Good level of education
  • Good at listening and taking to instruction
  • Be able to travel to Warrington for college block release

Location: Liverpool – block release to college in Warrington        
Contracted hours: Full time          
Hourly rate of pay: National Minimum Wage        

Closing date: 12 July 2021       

How to apply: 
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