Apprentice Quantity Surveyor - Lacy Roofing (REF: 016)

Published on: Wednesday, 26-November-2014

Lacy Roofing was Established in 1971.

Company Overview

  • Primarily involved in roof slating and tiling for Local Authorities
  • Member of the National Federation of Roofing Contractors
  • Operate Apprenticeship schemes
  • Is an independent company

Key Responsibilities for the role

  • surveying properties
  • pricing requirements for roofing
  • client liaison
  • inputting data
  • reporting to senior management

Key skills to be successful in your application are

  • able to drive
  • computer literate
  • understanding of mathematics
  • punctuality
  • good communication skills
  • reliable and punctual
  • keen to progress  

Location: Liverpool

Contracted Hours: 37

Hourly rate of pay: NMW

How to apply

  1. Download and complete the application form (Word)
  2. Return it via email to

Closing Date for applications: Tuesday 20 January 2015

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