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Ground worker

Groundswork, Bristol, CSCS

Ground Worker

You will be working for a Nationwide based sub contractor who have just started work on a new Student development building in the Bristol area. The company are one of the fasted growing companies in all aspects of ground works, form works and civil engineering. With several sites currently live they are now short of workers and are looking to hire more giving you a fantastic opportunity

Your new role

  • You will be required to complete all aspects of external groundwork for a new build residential project.
  • working in part of a team of operatives you will be responsible for delivery and execution of concreting, drainage, slab and kerbs, laying paths and block paving
  • Forward Tipping Dumper required CPCS only with experience
  • You will be required to be invoiced with all of the back fill from the deep drainage

What you'll need to succeed

  • For the role you must be an experienced ground worker and able to prove this through qualification or references
  • You must be reliable and hard working with great punctuation for work.
  • You must have your own PPE (personal, protective, Equipment)
  • CSCS card is needed for site work
  • CPCS Dumper tickers needed

What you'll get in return

  • Monday - Friday working hours with the option of Saturday work if you wanted
  • Full time work
  • Free parking on site
  • Weekly pay into your bank account

What you need to do now
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Ground worker

Bristol
Temporary
no work experience required
Part 1

Published on 4 Feb 2020