Full-Time Carpentry Apprentice – shuttering

Mihai Gheorghe Apprenticeship Vacancies

  • Job Ref: KADCA
  • Contract type: Permanent
  • Location: Royal Albert Docks, E16
  • Salary: Apprentice wage
  • Hours: 35 hours
  • Contact person: Ken

Job Description
A shuttering carpenter specialises in creating formwork or shuttering, which are temporary structures used in the concrete pouring process. Shuttering refers to wooden boards or metal plates that are positioned and supported using rods and stakes known as falsework; once these boards or plates are in place, concrete can be poured into the created moulds. The moulds will hold the concrete in place as it sets, thereby creating a solid, smooth structure. A shuttering Carpenter will usually be specially trained to work in this field.

The shuttering apprentice will be assisting with building operations and grounds work to a new build site, creating and installing shutters for concrete and structural new build. This is an amazing opportunity to learn some amazing new skills and trades within a growing and successful team. You must have a CSCS card.

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