|Salary||Up to £12.26 per hour + Bonus|
|Published||24 days ago|
|Contact email||Una Brennan|
|Job ref||EN 000498_1684337270|
Our client based in County Fermanagh has a vacancy for a Tarmac Operative
The company has been operating since the 1970's and they are an integral part of larger group. They are constantly evolving through technical innovation, and they are now at the forefront of providing pioneering, cost effective, construction solutions designed to meet the needs of any construction project.
As the Tarmac Operative your duties will be -
- To participate in the construction and maintenance of roads, footways and structures, and to have the ability to operate competently and safely, a range of powered plant and equipment associated with these works.
- To produce work to meet specification and quality standards, and to meet customer expectations
- To be proficient in the erection and programming of all temporary traffic control measures to ensure the safety of employees and the travelling public, and to recommend the layout of traffic management measures.
- To ensure work is carried out as instructed to the timescale/ target prescribed.
- Previous tarmac experience would be a distinct advantage - but experience in construction or tractor operation will be considered
- Be able to meet the physical and health requirements of the role
- Team player
- Awareness of Health and Safety (CSR/Safe pass would be an advantage)
Hours of work:
- 42 hours weekly
- Mon - Thurs 8am - 5.30pm, Fri 8am - 5pm
- £12.26 per hr + Bonus
- Meet transport in Lisnaskea to travel to work (paid travel time)
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