CSCS Labourer Thornton Heath

Reference Number: CSCS Labourer
Location: Thornton Heath

CSCS Labourer 

Actaris is looking for CSCS Labourer for Thornton Heath.

Job Length: Immediate Start and Ongoing

Rate: £12.00 An hour

Normal site hours 8-9 Hours a day.

Applicants must have previous labouring experience in the construction groundwork industry and be able to provide references from previous employers.

Duties include the following:

  • Firstly Assisting with all general building tasks
  • Secondly General labouring duties
  • Thirdly COVID, General cleaning & tidying
  • Fourthly Unloading and loading materials
  • Fifty Assisting other trades on the construction site, therefore no day will be the same.

PLEASE NOTE YOU MUST HAVE A VALID CSCS AND MUST HAVE PPE.

PPE: Hard Hat, Steel Toecap boots, and a high vis. 

The potential candidate must have experience working on building sites. 

You therefore must have a can-do attitude, be hardworking, punctual, and always reliable.

For more information or to apply please contact H.mitchell@actaris-ss.co.uk

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