Jobs in construction require a certain amount of skill and experience, as well as specific training. Whether working as a builder, scaffolder or in another construction role, on the job training is normally offered, as well as apprenticeships being available with certain companies too.
Who can I work for?
When working in the construction industry, you will be able to work for general construction companies, specialty trade contractors, or for yourself.
Where and when can I work?
Hours worked in this industry often equate to around 40 per week, with an expectation of working your fair share of early morning, late nights, weekends, and overnight on occasions too.
What will I be responsible for?
You can expect your responsibilities to include cleaning and preparing construction sites; loading and unloading materials to take to different building sites; using machinery; and occasionally helping other construction workers with their day-to-day jobs.
Do I need any experience?
Experience in the trade is required, with additional on-the-job training normally given at the start of the employment. Previous experience of working on a building site is ideal, as is experience in working as part of a team.
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