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If you’re interested in a career in construction, then the Aylesbury Estate regeneration may provide the opportunity you’re looking for.

Recruitment is starting soon for a number of full-time roles including site labourer, welfare cleaner, security/gateman and traffic marshal/banksman. 

These roles are all paid at the London Living Wage and have a minimum contract length of six months.

Successful applicants will be provided with their protective clothing and assisted with gaining their CSCS cards.

In addition, there are vacancies for demolition operatives, who would be working towards an NVQ Demolition Operatives Level 2 qualification while earning 25% above the national apprenticeship wage.

Candidates for these roles must live in the Southwark area and should be over 18 years old.

For more information please go to our current opportunities.

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