Apprentice Tiler - Tobins Tiling - REF: 021

Company overview:

"Peter Tobin Tiling has been tiling for 26 years but Tobin’s Tiling was set up about 17 years ago. From then on, we mainly do private work rather than sites. We do bathrooms, kitchens, ground floors and aspects."

Key responsibilities for the role:

  • Must be able to complete an apprenticeship qualification NVQ Level 2 Tiling at St Helens College
  • You will be trained in all aspects of wall and floor tiling, key responsibilities will include:
  • Labouring
  • Setting up equipment
  • Mixing adhesive and grout
  • Preparation of work area
  • Cutting tiles
  • Learning the role of a tiler

Key skills to be successful in your application:

  • Must have Grade 3/D at GCSE in English and Maths
  • Reliable
  • Trustworthy
  • Hardworking
  • Keen to learn
  • Able to follow instructions

Location: Liverpool area                                           
Contracted hours: 35                                  
Hourly rate of pay: National Minimum Wage

Closing date: Monday 10 August 2020

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