Underfloor Insulation Installer
We are currently working under the government-backed ECO scheme, and are looking for a number of teams of underfloor insulation installers who can support our continued growth.
Job requirements –
- At least 1 years experience in underfloor insulation
- The ability to lift and lay existing laminate flooring
- Able to work in confined spaces
- Have a clean driving license
- Be able to work on own initiative with a strong work ethic
A company van, fuel card and a competitive salary will be supplied to the right candidate with an amazing bonus structure. As a team of 2 people, you will be required to install 2 jobs per day and if you install a 3rd job then each team member will receive an additional bonus of £80.00 per day which is £400.00 per week……POTENTIAL OF £20,000.00 BONUS PER YEAR
Job Type: Permanent
Salary: £20,000.00 to £26,000.00 per year. Potential to earn up to £45,000 per year.
- £80 per day potential bonus
- Monday to Friday and if you want overtime at weekends then it is available
- Flooring Installation: 1 year (Preferred)
- Drivers Licence (Preferred)
This role involves providing services in the homes of vulnerable customers. If your application is successful, we will require you to complete a Basic Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS) check, relevant to the post that you have applied for, at the point that we issue your offer letter. You will be required to present your original ID documents to support your DBS application. If you are unable to present these documents later, you may provide them at the interview stage. A list of suitable documents can be found on the Gov.uk website. Failure to declare any unspent conviction(s) may disqualify you from the appointment, or result in dismissal if information subsequently comes to light. The disclosure of unspent criminal conviction(s) will not necessarily exclude you from appointment. You must only declare at interview, any convictions, cautions, reprimands or final warnings that are not “spent” as defined by the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974.