Labourer / Multi-trades / Labour / Maintenance/ Property Maintenance / Construction / Housing

6 days left

Location
Manchester, Greater Manchester
Salary
£19,292
Posted
13 Jul 2018
Closes
27 Jul 2018
Ref
NTXTI323202
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Labourer / Multi-trades / Labour / Maintenance/ Property Maintenance / Construction / Housing

Manchester

Salary £19,292


Our client is a new, dynamic Housing Association formed by the merger of the two strong and resilient housing providers who have a shared history in providing excellent quality services to our customers.


The purpose of this role is to work mainly in empty properties, though there will be some work in tenanted properties as well as external works. Some of their empty properties require heavy cleans. You will also support our trade operatives in their day to day duties, ensuring that all work areas are kept clear of debris and disposing of rubbish in an environmentally-friendly and safe way.


As a key member of the Property Services team, you will ensure that all sites/premises are kept clean and tidy at all times, setting up and removing building materials and making sure all premises are left in a clean and safe manner on completion of works.


Experience of working on maintenance of properties or with multi trades is preferable, but not essential and you will have a strong commitment to high-quality customer service. This work can be heavy and dirty at times. You will also be able to carry out duties under minimum supervision and be able to work effectively as part of a team. A full current driving license is required.


The successful applicant will also need a full UK driving license and possess a full well-maintained toolkit at all times.


You will enjoy an excellent benefits package including a pension scheme and generous holiday entitlement.


Applications from female candidates are particularly encouraged, as women are currently under-represented in these positions in the Group.


Closing date: 9:00 am, Friday 27 July 2018

Interviews: Thursday 2nd August 2018