Carpenter

Carpenter Buckingham, England

Stowe School
Full Time Buckingham, England 28000 - 30000 GBP ANNUAL Today
Job description

Contract type: Permanent

Hours of work: Full time, 52 weeks

Salary: £28 - £30,000 per annum dependent on experience

Anticipated start date: ASAP

Closing date: 9th June 2023

Interviews Expcted: TBC

Location: Buckingham, Buckinghamshire

Job Overview

We are looking to recruit a skilled Carpenter to provide specialist carpentry services within the Estates Management maintenance team at Stowe School.

Your role will be to organise, prioritise and carry out the work as requested by the Foreman or Maintenance Supervisor. Duties will include the design, construction and repair structures using wooden raw materials and various implements. You will be skilled in measurements, cutting, shaping of wooden materials using tapes, saws, chisel, and various other tools. You will carry out repairs to fire doors as requested on a rota system, assemble and join wooden parts such as doors, window frames and shelves.

You will have good health and safety knowledge and a Diploma, NVQ, City & Guilds or Apprenticeship in carpentry. A Full UK driving licence required for cross site working

Stowe School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. Applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring Service.

The School reserves the right to withdraw the advert before the closing date.

Purpose of the job:

  • To provide specialist carpentry services within the Estates Management maintenance team.

Key Responsibilities and Accountabilities

  • To organise, prioritise and carry out the work as requested by the Foreman or Maintenance Supervisor.
  • To design, construct and repair structures using wooden raw materials and various implements.
  • To create layouts for construction
  • To be skilled in measurements, cutting, shaping of wooden materials using tapes, saws, chisel, and various other tools.

Key Tasks

  • To carry out repairs to fire doors as requested on a rotor system.
  • To assemble and join wooden parts such as doors, window frames and shelves.
  • To use of nails, screws, drills in the coupling of structural components.
  • To join woodwork by means of adhesion employing substances such as epoxy resin and polyurethane.
  • To be able to build structures.
  • To undertake structural repairs to worn out and damaged parts.
  • To always ensure adherence to Health and Safety legislation.
  • To use School vehicles and carry out with use of an iPad vehicle checks daily in a safe and reasonable way, always ensuring the safety of vehicle users. And others
  • To check that fuel, oil, water, lights and tyres of School vehicles are in working order prior to use and to ensure vehicles are left clean after use. Any faults or accidents to be reported through the transport app or the transport manager.
  • To respect the surrounding and adjacent buildings and their fabric and finishes and ensure that the effect of the work is minimised on the other occupants of the school. Additionally, when leaving the works during the day and at the end of the working day, to ensure that works are left safe to ensure that other users of the building, including pupils, cannot be harmed by the building works.

This job description reflects the present requirements of the post and as duties and responsibilities change/develop, the job description will be reviewed and be subject to amendment in consultation with the post holder.

Date agreed: May 2023

Person Specification

The selection of candidates for short-listing will be based on this specification and candidates should bear this in mind when preparing their application and completing the application form:

Attributes


Essential


Desirable



Qualifications


  • Diploma, NVQ, City & Guilds or Apprenticeship in carpentry
    Full UK driving licence required.
  • Workshop training in the safe use of woodworking machinery and workshop equipment.


Specialist Skills & Experience


  • Ability to read drawings and plans
  • Sound knowledge of general maintenance working practices.
  • Knowledge of related health and safety regulation and practices.
  • Working experience within maintenance or construction
  • Ability to read instructions, use a computer and follow instruction


Personal Skills


  • Collaborative
  • Positive attitude
  • A friendly and helpful manner.
  • Strives for excellence
  • Willingness and flexible to undertake a range of jobs as requested by the Foreman or Maintenance Supervisor
  • Good communicator both oral and written

Carpenter
Stowe School

www.stowe.co.uk
Buckingham, United Kingdom
Unknown / Non-Applicable
201 to 500 Employees
School / School District
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