Kickstart - Trainee Bathroom Installer

Manylion swydd
Dyddiad hysbysebu: 04 November 2021
Oriau: Part time
Dyddiad cau: 10 December 2021
Lleoliad: Gateshead, NE96GB
Cwmni: DWP Kickstart Scheme
Math o swydd: Temporary
Cyfeirnod swydd: V0000238304

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To apply for this job, you must be claiming Universal Credit and 16 to 24 years old.


Plumbing use both copper and plastic, need to have an understanding of domestic plumbing and heating systems and experience in using copper and plastic plumbing products.

Will be required to build stud work from a drawing to suit bespoke bathroom build to accommodate shower valve, WC frames, basins, baths, recesses etc.

First fix electrics where necessary, only basic skill necessary here

Tiling, setting out, cutting and fixing tiles in accordance with plan.

Fitting out room with finished good, Bath, WC, basin, taps, furniture.

Must have excellent communication skill, be very honest, reliable and trustworthy.

Must be able to work to a very high standard as most of the jobs are to this end of the market

Right attitude
Good timekeeper
Understanding of tiling and plumbing or site work would be desirable
Driving licence would be preferred but not necessary

Monday to Friday hours to be arranged

National Minimum Wage

All customers will have a face to face, online or telephone assessment with an experienced tutor that will identify their specific needs. The customer will then be offered some or all of the following support:
Interview skills, including a mock interview, how to dress, presentation skills, body language and company research techniques
CV building and application forms, including recognising strengths and areas for development, transferable skills and tailoring applications and CVs to specific roles
Customer service skills, building repeat business, listening skills and problem-solving skills
Confidence building and self-esteem- recognising strengths, weaknesses and overcoming barriers
Contracts and payslips, budgeting skills, tac and national insurance, transition from benefits to paid employment
Health and safety in the workplace, specific to their occupational area and with an emphasis on new COVID restrictions
Equality and diversity at work, looking at inclusive language, behaviour change, discrimination, bullying and harassment

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