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Part 2 & Advanced Scaffolder

SVR Power Ltd Nationwide Construction / Trades Paid position(Know your rights)

SCAFFOLDERS Part 2 &Advanced – Do you want to work and live in NZ?

Our clients are all well-established commercial/residential focused scaffolding businesses.

We are looking for permanent experienced and qualified scaffolders to join their teams. The ideal candidates will be ‘on the tools’ every day, erecting and dismantling scaffolding as well as providing some training for our apprentices. You will need to be reliable, and approachable and have a great work ethic.

If you can say YES to the questions below WE WANT YOU!

– Do you have have a current scaffolding ticket/qualification?

– Have a minimum of 3 years’ experience?

– Class 2 license or a full drivers license and are willing to gain a class 2?

– Able to work independently or running a small team?

SVR Power supply workers into a variety of sectors and we regularly recruit for roles such as, Carpenters, Welders, Scaffolders and Engineers.

Call: +44(0)1229 343791
Text: +44(0)7547 979921 or +44(0)7842 773077

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Photo credit to Barry Elliott, living and working in Auckland.

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