- Location: Bankhead Depot, Bankhead Park, Glenrothes, KY7 6GH
- Salary: £24,546.00
- Contract Type: Permanent
- Position Type: Full Time
- Hours: 36 hours per week
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Interview Date: Week commencing 10 February 2020
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To provide all aspects of internal and external plastering and rendering works to our domestic and non-domestic properties. This will also include major projects and new build work ensuring that all such works are carried out in a manner that positively contributes to a high quality, responsive and cost effective service which meets Service and customer expectations.
The range of buildings our work is carried out on includes domestic housing, sheltered housing, care homes, offices, libraries, theatres and conference centres, sports complexes, leisure centres and swimming pools, community centres, schools, nurseries, fire stations, police stations and new build sites. These range from single storey buildings to multi storey and from standard construction methods to more bespoke and more complex constructed buildings
To carry out internal plastering duties to floor, ceiling and wall finishes as per instruction and specification e.g. skim coat, three coat systems, ames taping, textured finishes and specialist finishes including general demolition to surfaces in preparation for finishes. Ceramic and quarry tiling. External rendering as per instruction or specification.
Where appropriate according to Building Services and client protocols take note of remedial work required without doing work and report to supervisor for a decision or direction on works to be carried out.
To action repairs or rectification works based on findings from investigation of problems and faults e.g. carry out repair or maintenance work required replacing damaged or faulty materials or components or areas of structure
To carry out all forms of maintenance and renewal work to a wide range of materials and components beyond small repairs and maintenance appropriate to trade and remove and disposing of original materials in accordance with approved procedures.
To carry out large scale works appropriate to trade on building alterations / improvements / refurbishment / internal and external works.
To work with and compliment other trades during maintenance / alterations and stock improvements works, in particular Joiner and Electrician across all areas of work so as to provide a seamless support during key stages of works which improve the efficiency and general progress of works to be done.
To have flexibility and carry out any “bolt-on skills” work as is required to complete work as defined in Craft Remuneration package and considered as good practice
Has the ability to carry out assigned work to the standard and speed reasonably expected from a qualified craft person in specified trade
Has the ability to work on your own with minimum supervision
Has the ability to prioritise work and meet deadlines and respond positively when under pressure
Has the ability to interpret instructions from job tickets for material requirements
Has Health & Safety awareness and understanding appropriate to role
Has the ability to work from ladder and scaffold systems, access and platforms
- Time-served plasterer as recognised by industry board.
- City & Guilds Certificate in required trade and/or equivalent SVQ level 3 attainments
- Equivalent certification of completion of Apprenticeship in required trade.
For Further Information Please Contact: Gordon Reekie, 03451 555555 ext 492130, Gordon.firstname.lastname@example.org