CURRENT VACANCIES


JUNIOR SITE PROJECT MANAGER

Location: London
Salary: £25,000
Closing Date: 30th April 2019

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SCAFFOLDER APPRENTICE

Location: Various sites in London
Salary: Undisclosed
Closing Date: Ongoing

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WHAT WE OFFER

At PHD we encourage all our staff to work towards our three core values; professional, honest and dependable, whilst also reinforcing our mantra ‘Safety by Choice, Not by Chance’.

Our values motivate us to ensure people and safety remain paramount in all that we do. Our aim is to attract, develop and retained skilled and motivated people who share our values & interests and enjoy what they do. We are always looking for individuals with fresh ideas to join us and can offer:

22 days annual leave, plus national bank holidays

Career opportunities, training and development

Contributory pension scheme after probation

Yearly staff appraisals

Military reservist leave

Safety Incentive Scheme

CAREER DEVELOPMENT

MENTORING/ COACHING

Our mentoring scheme offers a flexible and open platform for employees to gain experience and knowledge from fellow colleagues. We have learnt that the opportunity to have regular contact with another person with appropriate skills and understanding, and a willingness to listen and support can make a significant difference.

TRAINING

We ensure our training is relevant, engaging and informative. Whether you are brushing up on your First Aid, Safety within the Workplace or learning how to put scaffolding together for the first time, our training is taught with you in mind.

APPRENTICESHIPS

Apprentices start in our Scaffold Compound to learn the terminology and to familiarise themselves with the equipment, before going onsite to gain knowledge from our Experienced Scaffold Mentors. Our apprenticeships take two years to complete and you may be offered a job at PHD on completion.

WHY WORK FOR US?

“I’ve been with PHD for over ten years and it is a great place to work and to build strong, lasting relationships. I started out as a scaffolder working in the yards and sites, however I was given the opportunity to do training in compliance and became a Compliance Manager. Since then I have progressed and worked hard to become the HSEQ Director for the company. I thoroughly enjoy what I do and believe that PHD is one of the main reasons behind that.” Olly M, HSEQ Director


FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

PHD takes every measure to protect your privacy and ensure that your personal information is stored securely. Your application details are kept confidential in accordance with the PHD privacy policy.

Once you’ve submitted your application, you’ll receive a confirmation email acknowledging receipt. Your application will then be assessed by HR or senior management. If they wish to progress your application, you will be invited to participate in a face-to-face interview.

Yes, absolutely. You can send us your CV and some information about the role you’re interested in by email to info@phdaccess.com.

If you don’t have a CV, don’t worry. Feel free to contact us for help with doing this. We’re looking for a document with the following information:

  • A list of your work experience (with the most recent first), which includes bullet pointed information about your responsibilities, and the skills you’ve gained.
  • Information about your educational and professional qualifications, most recent first.
  • If it’s relevant to the job you’re applying for, you can include any outside interests or relevant hobbies.