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Joiner

Salary £27,040 Pa
Location Manchester, Greater Manchester
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This is a {Advertised Permanent / Temporary}, {Advertised Full Time / Part Time} vacancy that will close in {x} days at {xx:xx} BST.

Contract Type: Permanent 

Hours: 40 hours per week - 8.00 am to 4.30 pm, Monday to Friday with a 30 minute unpaid break for lunch

 

Closing date: 27 January 2022

Interview date: 31 January 2022

Interview location: Interview location; Soapworks, Salford Quays, Manchester

 

Our organisation is all about people – the people who live in our homes, the people in the communities we serve and the people we work with.

So, it’s no surprise that we recruit for attitude and behaviour which are central to us delivering great experiences for everyone!

We employ people who are passionate about making a difference who can take responsibility and get things done. And we have developed a culture which supports people to do this.

As a not-for-profit housing association, we provide homes and services to over 16,000 people across Greater Manchester. We build affordable new homes, work with partners to reduce homelessness and support people to reach their potential.

 

This role will help us to do this by providing a professional joinery/carpentry maintenance/installation service that delivers an excellent customer experience. 

 

In this role, you will be responsible for

  • Carrying out all aspects of joinery works in customers’ homes and empty properties.     

  • Undertaking the following supplementary-skilled tasks

  • Delivering an excellent customer experience by understanding the different needs of our customers and tailoring your approach. Be easy to deal with and do what you say you will.

  • Leaving customers’ homes clean and safe and dispose of any waste in line with our company policy.

  • Reporting any potential repairs and safeguarding issues that you notice in the customers’ homes.

  • Adhering to health and safety regulations and organisational policies and procedures.

  • Carrying out call out on a rota basis         
                

We need people who are

  • Be able to undertake joinery and carpentry work and associated multitasking activities in customers homes and have experience in a similar role

  • Have a sound building and construction knowledge and knowledge of general building maintenance repair

  • Hold a City and Guilds Parts I, II or NVQ Level 2 in Joinery/Carpentry
                

Please note due to the nature of the role a Basic DBS check will be required. A full valid driving licence and the ability to work on a Standby Rota are essential to the role.       

             

Everyone’s welcome here. Our culture is inclusive, and we are committed to increasing diversity. We enable everyone to be themselves at work, so that they feel at home with us. And we trust and support people to do their best, in a role that is fulfilling and rewarding because we know that this helps us to deliver better outcomes for our customers and our colleagues.

 

If you want to be part of our team and help us make a difference, we’d love to hear from you.

 

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We are a not-for-profit housing association, providing affordable homes and services to over 16,000 people across Greater Manchester. We build affordable new homes, work with partners to reduce homelessness, and support people to reach their potential.

Our organisation is all about people – the people who live in our homes, the people in the communities we serve, and the people we work with.

So, it’s no surprise that we recruit for attitude and behaviour which are central to us delivering great experiences for everyone!

We employ people who are passionate about making a difference who can take responsibility and get things done. And we have developed a culture that supports people to do this.

Our Homes Team make sure customers' homes are well maintained by carrying out repairs, maintenance, and gas servicing... They are very important people! 

In the team, there are multi-trades people, electricians, ground workers, roofers, gas engineers, plumbers, and joiners, plus general labourers and apprentices.  There is also a team of planners and administrative colleagues who keep the show on the road by booking in all the work and making sure our trades colleagues have everything they need to get the job done. Together the Homes Team makes up nearly a third of our whole workforce!

Our customer satisfaction rating is consistently rated as ‘excellent’ and our Homes Team gets more compliments than any other team!  The Homes Team were winners of the One Team One Dream Award at our colleague awards in 2020 for their commitment and fantastic teamwork.

Every year we... 

  • Spend around £7 million repairing and maintaining our customers’ homes

  • Carry out 20,000 repairs

  • Complete 5,500 gas services 

  • Turnaround 350 empty homes so they are in a good condition to re-let

  • Support some amazing community projects and charities, by putting our trades skills to great use. 

Irwell Valley Homes is a great place to work, but don’t just take our word for it… find out what it’s like to work here from our colleagues… 

"Thank you for your interest in joining the team!

The Homes Team is very much at the heart of the business and works closely with customers and other colleagues to keep our homes in good condition. We're a tight-knit bunch and everyone is really friendly! I love working here because of the great people I work with. It's also a really inclusive workplace, with fantastic benefits in place and loads of development opportunities.

If you want to feel part of something and use your skills to make a difference, I'd love to welcome you into the team!"

Dario Leone, Operations Manager (Housing Repairs & Maintenance)

We offer a fantastic range of benefits which include:

Performance-related pay

Stakeholder pension scheme

Up to 30 days holiday a year plus your birthday off

Two days every year to volunteer in the local community

A medical cash plan

Tool allowance, uniform and van for trades colleagues

£150 Perkbox allowance – plus access to hundreds of discounts and freebies

Cycle to work scheme

Professional membership fees paid

Tax-free
green car
scheme

Loans scheme for travel season tickets

Savings clubs

Training and coaching

Counselling and well-being programme

Enhanced maternity and paternity leave

Financial education

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