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Experienced Timber Framer
Full Time Positions (short fixed-term will be considered)
Ref: TF063A – Job Posted 01/08/2021
We are currently looking for either full time employed or self-employed* experienced Timber Framers.
Would you like to join a professional company with an excellent reputation?
English Oak Buildings are expanding their team due to new and exciting projects confirmed for the rest of 2021 and into 2022.
Come and work on these exciting upcoming projects that will have you working in our workshop, housed in our barn on a beautiful Somerset farm near Bath, or away on-site raising frames throughout the UK.
* we will be offering £20 per hour in the workshop and £21.50 per hour whilst on site.
Perks of the Job
We reward dedication and hard work; providing regular pay and performance reviews. You will also receive additional hourly pay when working on site.
We provide generous annual holiday allowance and Bank Holidays are paid. A pensions program is also in place, which includes a statutory employer contributions.
External professional training is available for Health and Safety, NVQ qualifications and relevant timber framing courses. We encourage and support self-improvement and enable opportunities of progression.
When raising our frames, we have a generous budget for accommodation and all meals. This is a great opportunity to see different parts of the UK, live together as a team and enjoy the satisfaction of raising the frame.
Pride in Our Work
Our aim is to produce the best quality oak frames in the country, so we maintain a high standard of carpentry. Our projects are increasing in size and complexity as our reputation grows.
At English Oak Buildings we pride ourselves on having a friendly and fun team. There are at least two office parties each year and regular trips to the pub/cafe. A recent tradition has been our annual trip blasting around The Solent on a speedboat!