Salary Details: Up to £27,469 FTE (actual £16,481)
Contract Type: Temporary/Fixed term
Contract Term: Part time
Reference: THW/17/005414/000010
Duration: Initially fixed term until 14 July 2017

Are you an experienced Bricklayer looking for a new challenge in 2017? Highbury College is looking to recruit a passionate Bricklayer with the drive to pass on their skills to our students.

You need to be able to engage with a wide range of students with varying needs and abilities whilst delivering excellence in the Brick workshop. You will be able to make a difference to the bricklayers of tomorrow in this rewarding role.

If you would like to work for a Grade 1 (Outstanding College) and you have a Level 3 in Brickwork then we would like to hear from you.

This role is part time (three days a week – Wednesday to Friday) and is fixed term until 14 July 2017 in the first instance. The post is based at the Highbury Northarbour Centre (PO6 4BQ).

To express in interest in this role, please send your CV to Robert.walker@highbury.ac.uk or call Robert Walker on 023 9232 8737.

Closing date: 18 April 2017

 

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