Carpenter

London

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Morgan Sindall Property Services Limited
Ref
72721
Vacancy title
Carpenter
Function(s)
Social Housing/Repairs & Maintenance
Contract type
Full time permanent
Region
London
Location(s)
Westminster
Description

Competitive salary and benefits

Benefits

23 days holiday plus bank holidays, company uniform, pension plan, accident cover, life assurance, company van (work use only), training and development, funded professional subscription, share save, Work Perks discount and offer scheme, extensive wellbeing benefits and resources including online advice, guides, counselling support, 24hr digital GP, cycle to work, paid voluntary work, enhanced family polices and we will accommodate requests for flexible working where possible.

About the Company

Morgan Sindall Property Services provide integrated asset management for housing associations and local authorities, focusing on improving the living conditions of residents and leaving a lasting legacy in the communities we serve.  Our services include, responsive repairs, void refurbishments, compliancy services and planned maintenance works.

 

Using data, we provide actionable insights for our clients, helping to inform investment decisions, improve customer experience, identify vulnerabilities in communities (e.g. domestic abuse) and protect the environment. Collaborating with our partners, we find solutions to support and deliver projects to the highest quality and standards.

 

With over 800 employees, we focus on a culture which puts people at the core of everything we do, encourages innovative thinking and always puts our customer first.

 

About the Role

Purpose:

 

Working to deliver the highest quality service to carry out a variety of carpentry tasks.  Working efficiently and safety in line with best practise to achieve an excellent customer experience.  This role may operate across multiple contracts.

 

Role Responsibilities:

 

  • Interpret client requests and provide mock-ups for clients to approve prior to commencing work
  • Build cabinets, vanities, tub and shower surrounds and other projects based on demand
  • Frame room additions as needed for client
  • Select and evaluate materials for defects
  • Install cabinets, counters and moulding
  • Follow all code requirements for kitchens and baths in remodelling projects
  • Works with designers and planners on construction projects
  • Matches materials to requested design specifications
  • Measures building materials and spaces for installation accurately
  • Orders building materials as needed
  • Creates materials that fit the client's expectations
  • Assembles sturdy and well-constructed floorboards, skirting boards, window frames, doors, door linings, staircases, fitted furniture, cabinetry, shelving, and more
  • Incorporates fixtures like door handles and locks, cabinet handles, stairway railing, and other fixtures into design and implementation
  • Builds temporary housings and supports for setting concrete (shuttering)
  • Builds the framework of a building, or other large-scale construction project
  • Crafts furniture with fine detail work and/or utmost sturdiness and quality
  • Participates in first fixing as well as second fixing work
  • Repairs and refurbishes existing building work
  • Replaces damaged wood in hardwood floors and outdoor decks
  • Uses power tools and other tools to cut and shape wood, metal, and other materials
  • Communicates with the rest of the construction team
  • Ensuring all work is performed in accordance with the requirements of Health and Safety and other relevant legislations
  • Providing a service to clients and maintain good customer service and relationships
  • Snagging work
  • Ensure all PPE is provided and present prior to engaging on task.
  • Ensure you have materials and equipment provided before you undertake task.
  • Ensure that the task is deliverable within the time allocation
  • Ensure all works do not present a hazard or danger to others
  • Ensure all H&S documentation (RAMS) are present prior to engaging on task
  • Produce concise and accurate data records through PDA / mobile communication systems and reporting, including feedback on vulnerabilities within the community, the use of labour and materials and if tasks are deliverable in the time allocation.

About You

  • Must have a full UK driver license.
  • Workers must be punctual and reliable.
  • Previous experience as a qualified Joiner in the construction industry is preferred
  • Must be able to follow written and verbal instructions
  • NVQ Level 2/3 Joinery
  • CSCS Blue Skilled Worker Card

 

The following behaviour principles are important to this role:

 

  • Put customers first
  • Do the right thing
  • Are passionate about what we do
  • Grow together
  • Strive to be sustainable

Build your career with a leading property services company, where we recognise that diversity of thought and talented people are key to our success.

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