How to apply
We’re meticulous when it comes to recruiting new people to join our team, and with good reason.
Simply browse our current vacancies, and click Apply.
If you don’t see anything that fits you and your skills, then please get in contact.
Tamdown are a market leading provider of groundworks, infrastructure and RC Frame services for residential, commercial and public sector developments in London and the South East. Due to continued growth, we are seeking a Construction Apprentice to support our sites in Hendon, London.
What do we offer?
The Tamdown Group work in partnership with the National Construction College to deliver our Construction based apprenticeships. Through our apprenticeship programme you'll master the construction skills you need for a rewarding career in construction. On successful completion of the apprenticeship programme, apprentices will gain the following qualifications and certification in:
- Level 2 Construction Diploma in Construction Operations
- Level 2 NVQ Diploma in Construction Operations
- Level 1 Functional Skills
Key elements of the programme
Year 1 - 16 weeks at the National Construction College
Year 2 - Employer-based work experience with assessment for the Level 2 Construction Diploma in Construction Operations, carried out by the National Constructuion College on site
How will we support you?
You will be paid a competitive salary and will be assigned to a Site Supervisor or Site Manager who will also act as your mentor, to support you through your individual learning on site. We will also maintain regular contact with you through site visits and college visits.
We are looking for candidates who are keen to learn, reliable, punctual and hard working with a personal drive for learning and improvement.
Maths and English - GCSE level is required and successful candidates will be required to pass a Health and Safety touchscreen test to obtain a CSCS card before starting work.
If you have the qualifications for this position please apply by the closing date of the 13th July 2018.