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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.

What can I earn?

Pay varies due to the numerous different roles there are in construction. Like most jobs, pay is dependent upon experience, with the opportunity of gaining experience in new areas often being readily available.

What are the benefits?

The main benefit of construction work is working outside, rather than being based in an office. This role also allows workers to work flexibly if they wish, such as being off during the day but working overnight. This is particularly useful for those with small children to look after.

Are there chances of promotion?

Those in construction can be promoted into various different roles, although this is normally a competitive industry to work in.

What attributes are needed?

Working in construction requires you to carry out jobs that are physically demanding, as well as often being able to work outdoors. You will need to feel confident at working with loud noise around you, and feel confident at working at great heights on occasions. You will also need to have a constant attention to safety in order to avoid injury, as building sites are dangerous places.

Construction Manager (Modular Construction)
London

Job Description Construction Manager (Modular Build) Hit Apply below to send your application for consideration Ensure that your CV is up to date, and that you have read the job specs first. London £50,000 - £70,000 (Experience Dependant) + Benefi...

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Construction Manager Modular Construction
London

Job Description Construction Manager (Modular Build) London 50,000 - 70,000 (Experience Dependant) Benefits Rare and exciting role on offer for a Construction Manager to join an offsite construction company who are experts in the design and build ...

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Construction Manager Modular Construction
London,South East England
£50,000 - £70,000 per annum

\nConstruction Manager (Modular Build)\n\nLondon\n\n\u00A350,000 - \u00A370,000 (Experience Dependant) + Benefits\n\nRare and exciting role on offer for a Construction Manager to join an offsite construction company who are experts in the design and ...

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Construction Manager (Modular Construction)
London
£50,000 - £70,000 per annum

Construction Manager (Modular Build)London\u00A350,000 - \u00A370,000 (Experience Dependant) + BenefitsRare and exciting role on offer for a Construction Manager to join an offsite construction company who are experts in the design and build of modul...

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Construction Manager Modular Construction
London
50000.00

Construction Manager (Modular Build) London £50,000 - £70,000 (Experience Dependant) + Benefits Rare and exciting role on offer for a Construction Manager to join an offsite construction company who are experts in the design and build of modular b...

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Paralegal - Construction
Birmingham
From £20,000 to £22,000 per annum

We are looking for a driven and diligent individual for a fantastic permanent paralegal opportunity in Birmingham City Centre working within a global law firm on an initial 6 months FTC. Working alongside one of the teams within a large and impressiv...

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Construction - Buyer
Horley, Surrey
£45,000 per annum Negotiable

Construction - Buyer Carrowhugh recruitment is currently recruiting for  a  Buyer for a Civils construction company based in Surrey. The company turnover 100M + operating throughout London,Kent,Essex and Cambridgeshire.  Working out of the...

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Construction Trainer
Oxford
Unspecified Competitive salary, car or allowance, pension, health and

Construction Trainer – it is preferable that you live South of Birmingham area, preferably around Cambridge, Oxford or Northampton with travel It is essential that you have Level 5 or above training experience or exposure as you will be training Site...

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Estimator Construction
City of London
Up to £60,000 per annum Salary + benefits package

Construction Estimator An established main contractor, that delivers new build and refurbishment projects across sectors including education, healthcare & commercial sectors (projects to £8m) are looking to add an estimator to a busy pre-construction...

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Construction Buyer
Ilkeston
Up to £30,000 per annum

CONSTRUCTION BUYER WANTED House building Midlands based construction company, who are responsible for over 200 residential home builds per year are actively looking for a Construction Materials Buyer. They are owned by a large company with an impress...

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