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CISRS Scaffolder / CSCS Scaffolder (Part 2)

  • Location: Birmingham, West Midlands
  • Sector: Trades and Labour
  • Position: Skilled Labourer
  • Salary: Up to £18 per hour
  • Job type: Contract
  • Job reference: 236172_1532425261
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Job description

CSCS Scaffolder - Part 2 - Birmingham City Centre

Are you looking for work with one of the UK's leading contractors? We are PSR Solutions and we can make that connection for you. Working on behalf of our clients, some of the best construction companies in the industry, we provide a bespoke service of candidate selection that helps any project to flourish. As a company, we operate from the heart of the West Midlands to best-aid the heart of the construction industry.

PSR is an organisation that is built on mutual trust and respect with both our candidates and our clients. When working for PSR, we only ask that you go to work with the same enthusiasm and willingness to perform that we exhibit when we place you in the role.

Our client is currently looking for 2 x CSCS Scaffolders to work on a site in Birmingham's busy city centre. The chosen candidates must hold a Part 2 CSCS Card and full PPE. The role is ongoing, and the chosen candidates will be required to start on site as soon as possible. The rate of pay for this position is £18p/h.

The ideal CSCS Scaffolder (Part 2) for Birmingham City Centre will:
  • Have a valid CSCS Card
  • Full PPE
  • Have previous experience working on a construction site
  • Be punctual, reliable and hard-working

Duties of the chosen CSCS Scaffolder (Part 2) include:
  • Creating a safety net and guard rails for construction workers
  • Delivering scaffolding equipment to job sites
  • Attaching scaffolding equipment to a building
  • Following the necessary safety guidelines
  • Checking for weak areas and damage
  • Making sure measurements are correct

Skills of the chosen CSCS Scaffolder (Part 2) include:
  • Being agile and physically strong
  • Being responsible and respectful
  • Being organised, diligent and methodical
  • Maintaining balance at high altitudes
  • Thinking quickly and implementing safety practices
  • Understanding technical drawings, plans and data
  • Using coordination and working with a team
  • Using good communication in written and verbal form
  • Using the tools and instruments of the trade

For more details, please contact our Trades Team on 0121 651 1651.