|Job Title||Construction Trades Apprentice (Ex-Military Only)|
|Job Published||11 months ago|
Construction Trades Apprentice (Ex-Military Only)
Salary: £9 - £10 per hour
Closing Date: Friday 17th of June, 2016
Our Client is one of the largest homebuilders in the UK, operating from 24 regional offices across England, Scotland, Wales and Spain. They aim to be the developer of choice for customers, employees, communities and shareholders.
Our Client is known for building a wide range of properties, from one- and two-bedroom apartments to five bedroom detached houses, with a broad price range including both private and affordable homes. They are truly national and they cover most regions across the UK. Their regional businesses are run as local homebuilders and have in depth knowledge and experience of the local market.
Our Client understands that development is about more than creating homes and they provide millions of pounds worth of infrastructure, for example roads, sewers, landscaping and community facilities, every year across the UK. They aim to develop vibrant communities with a true sense of place that fit into their surrounding area and meet the needs of local people.
They are a keen supporter of Ex-Forces personnel and to be considered for this role you should have served in the British Armed Forces.
This role for a Construction Trades Apprentice is designed to 'fast track' candidates who already have a Trades Background through an intensive programme. Over a minimum of a 2 year period, you will be equipped with all the skills, experience and qualifications to begin your career within the industry.
This role is also designed for those without a Trades Background where the programme will last 4 years.
The progress of an apprentice will be monitored and reviewed on regular basis via the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development which will determine the suitability of the candidate for further training.
The key tasks and responsibilities of the Construction Trades Apprentice include, but are not limited to:
To be considered for the Construction Trades Apprentice role, you must: