"Immediate start – Weekend Working including Night Shifts" job, jobs
JobsOnline.co.uk16. March 2017
Our client is a family run, IT based company with around 130 employees nationally. They are currently recruiting Railway Site Access Controller’s (SACs) for immediate start to work on railway engineering sites around the South East/Kent area. As a SAC you will need to be able to work on your own but as part of a team working on a railway site. You will be responsible for allowing access to site, ensuring workers are qualified to work, have the correct PPE and read a Health and Safety site brief to groups of workers. Experience of the rail industry and/or site access is not essential. For a full list of duties please see the job description in the recruitment section of our website. To carry out this role SACs must need to have the following skills and attributes: • You will be self-motivated with a pro-active approach and have experience of working under pressure and meeting tight deadlines • The ability to effectively communicate (both verbal and written) • Confident and assertive – able to deal with challenging individuals and/or situations • Competent to deal with groups of people, including delivering important Health & Safety information • IT literacy • Being professional at all times - you will be representing both the company and the client, often the only company rep on site • You must have a full UK driving license and have access to a car Terms and Conditions: This position will be weekends (Friday p.m. - Monday a.m.) both days and nights, some midweek work may be available but is not consistent. Shifts are generally between 10 and 12 hours in length. Ideally you will be seeking 1-3 shifts per week and where possible will be flexible to work across the whole week. Site Access Controllers are employed on casual zero hour contracts on a permanent basis and paid monthly. Holiday pay is accrued and paid as requested. This job would suit someone who is looking for casual work or to top up a midweek job. Due to fatigue management you may be required to stay away and accommodation will be provided. Rates of pay per hour: Training £7.20 Midweek Days £8.47 Midweek Nights £8.66 Weekends £10.15 The area of work will vary week to week and so candidates will be required to have their own independent transport and be willing to travel, typically up to 60 miles but could be further. Mileage is paid at 25p per mile and also paid monthly. Full training, uniform and equipment are provided.
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