Carpenter / Boat Builder in United Kingdom

Carpenter / Boat Builder

Exciting opportunity to work on large luxury Yachts based in Poole, Dorset for Carpenters/ Boat builders. We are looking for talented individuals that share passion and desire to produce the finest quality motor yachts in the world. Therefore successful applicants must have the following attributes and skills.

"Experience of working to a high standard of finish
"A desire to work in pressurised, fast paced, construction environment
"High attention to detail
"Flexibility, the ability to adapt to varied tasks
"Conscientious attitude to work
"Punctual and reliable

Second fix / Final fit. To fit out cabins (bedrooms), galleys (kitchens), lounges, crew quarters, doors, furniture, upholstered panels and bathrooms to a very high standard of finish through excellent application of scribing and classic carpentry techniques. Akin to shop and kitchen fitting, applicants will work in teams led by a Team Leader to construct boats ready for dispatch. Applicants need the ability to read and understand scaled drawings (1:10s), plus, the competence to work within tight tolerances with high value lacquered veneers and solid wood products. Building to the required quality standard to defined deadlines is a key element of the role. On the job coaching will be provided to those unfamiliar with boat construction methods.
Minimum Requirements.

"Able to work in restricted spaces and on the water if required
"Have own tools
"Able to attend and pass a one hour carpentry trade test and interview in Poole, Dorset
"Able to read scaled drawings
"Able to work with high value wood products
"Keen to work in a fast paced construction environment

Salary Bandings
"Job Type: Permanent
"Salary Range: c.£24,900 - c.£32,700 per annum

Booster Shift - The Booster Shift is 8 hours making the working week 48 hours it is compulsory when it is in use which guarantees overtime for 6 months consistently. The Booster shift then makes the Salary c.£33,000 per annum
The 8 hours of the Booster shift are paid by the following
-First 6 hours are paid at 1.5 (Time and a half)
-The further 2 hours are paid at 2.0 (Double time)

Working Hours: Monday - Thursday 07:00 - 18:00, Fridays 07:00 - 13:00 (which includes 8 hours compulsory overtime).
Benefits
Our client offers a permanent position, which includes the following benefits.
"4% non-contributory pension contributions
"22 days annual leave increasing to 25 days after 4 years service
"Overtime when available
"Private health care insurance (after 4 years service)
"Private dental scheme (after 4 years service)
"Sick pay scheme
"Life cover
"Legal advice helpline
"Onsite canteen facilities
"Safe working environment (18001 accredited)
"Central working location to public transport
"Sports and social club
"Training and career progression with this global business
If you are interested please send your CV or call the St Albans Technical branch for more information. <phone number removed>

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