In the current economic climate, job seekers want a job which is going to continue making them a living. At Tradesmen United, we believe becoming a skilled worker is the best way to achieve this.
Plumbing, gas and electrical skills are all required on a daily basis, in addition to many other skilled jobs helping the country to continue working. Right now, however, there is a skills shortage and its leading to construction projects being put on on hold across the country.
This means there is not better time to enter the industry as a tradesmen or skilled worker, especially in the electrical and carpentry fields- which have seen the biggest decline in workers.
With so many different trades on offer Tradesmen United will listen to your specialism and skills and find the job which best targets your skillset. With a range of different roles available, finding tradesmen jobs has never been easier.
Tradesmen positions can range from bricklayer jobs to renovation and demolition roles. We cater from entry level job seekers to those who have a vast experience of working in their field.
Depending on your interests, experience, skills and qualifications there are a vast amount of jobs for you to choose from:
Plumbers do more than fix broken toilets and leaky faucets. These knowledgeable workers install, maintain and repair fixtures that are associated with sanitation, heating, cooling and water distribution systems.
Bricklayers are in charge of building and/or repairing walls per construction blueprints. These dynamic tradesmen can also build or refurbish fireplaces, arches and other integral building structures.
Carpentry is broad skill-set that encompasses many aspects of woodworking such as hand-crafted furniture, joinery and formwork. These individuals can apply their expertise to multiple areas of construction.
Responsible for installing floor coverings, floor layers work with varying types of clientele to cut and install different flooring mediums like: carpet, wood, tile, laminate, linoleum, vinyl, cork, etc.
Destroying old buildings and structures is just as important as building new ones. Demolition workers demolish structures such as old buildings, factories, or apartment complexes with the help of explosives, wrecking machinery and manpower.
Painters are responsible for preparing and painting surfaces as contracted. These talented workers may prepare painting surfaces, remove old paint, and mix and apply paints and finishes to various surfaces.
Roofers specialize in everything having to do with roofs such as structure measurements, installation of tiling or bricks, and the installation of gutters and rainwater flashing. Roofers typically work with two types of roofs: sloped and flat.
Electricians are highly skilled professionals who test, install and configure electrotechnical systems. This skill set can transfer to many areas of construction as well as residential and private business services.
These hard-working laborers help support construction jobs by preparing job sites, loading and/or delivering materials, and using industrial tools to level and inspect surfaces before and after building development is complete.
Our dedicated tradesmen team will help provide completely accurate job descriptions and honestly state how long a job will last so you can prepare for your interview/ application appropriately and manage your time efficiently.