Position, job title or profession
Windows and doors Fitters
The places of work are London and Wellesbourne
New employees participate in a training course on working conditions and safety rules. The course is free, and this is mandatory.
During the execution of the employment contract, the new employees will be supported in order to obtain the Category C driving license. The course will be paid by the employer, and then deducted from the employee's salary.
Duration of training
The training period lasts between 2 and 7 days, depending on the ability of each to assimilate the information presented and is paid by the employer.
Taking part in training
Participation in the training course is mandatory. The course is free for candidates and even paid by the employer.
Legal work base
Individual employment contract, full time.
Period of recruitment
Until all the vacancies are filled
Anyone with good physical condition
We accept people with good attitude, hard workers, serious, friendly, in good physical and mental condition, with good communication skills, organized and who do not have any health problems
Married, not married/ divorced persons are eligible
Min. 3 months experience in construction, or ideal for mounting windows and doors. For those without experience in the field, specialized workplace training is provided.
Qualification not required, but qualified candidates have an advantage during selection
Min. beginner level, ideal middle / conversational level
Other foreign languages
Knowledge of other foreign languages is not required
Min. category B, ideal categories B and C
Hourly salary, monthly salary and payment dates
For holders of category B driving license
460-510 GBP per week, depending on where the employee is assigned
For holders of category C driving license
495-545 GBP per week, depending on where the employee is assigned
The salary is paid weekly on Fridays by bank transfer
When asked to work on Saturdays, the day worked is paid with weekly salary divided by 5
Depending on the weekly performance, you may go from Class 3 to Class 2, which implies a GBP 50 / week salary increase
Cases in which employee’s payment rights can be pursued
In all salary related cases, candidate may contact the abilitated British institutions
Working and resting time
- 5 working days / week
- Usually up to 55 working hours / week
Nature and duration of contract, employment, termination of employment and re-employment conditions
Individual employment contract, full time, for an indefinite period
Conditions of employment: meeting the eligibility conditions and holding a valid B driving license.
The trial period is 2 years
The termination of the employment contract will be detailed in the employment contract.
Transport tickets to the UK
The international ticket is paid by the candidate. Depending on the profile, there may be situations where the employer pays its value.
The employer supports the new employee in organizing temporary accommodation of up to 3 months, during which time the employee will move to permanent accommodation. The temporary accommodation deposit is paid by the employer and is not refundable. The rent is up to 75 -100 GBP / week depending on the location and deducted from the salary of the employee. 1-2 persons / room.
Temporary accommodation is at a small distance from the workplace. After moving to permanent accommodation, local transport costs are covered by the employee.
Employees enjoy social insurance paid by employer, based on British legislation
Available in accordance with British law
Available in accordance with British law
Duration and conditions of rest leave
28 days / year (including legal holidays)
Work conditions, protection and security
Candidate must follow internal regulations set by the employer, as instructed, in order to follow their employment contract. Work conditions are normal, and protection and security measures are communicated from the first day.
Financial compensation in case of accident, professional illness or death
Compensation for work accidents, professional illness or death will be done according to British law
Employment taxes and contributions
Employer pays taxes and contributions directly from salary, as per British law. Social insurance taxes and contributions are directly deducted from employee’s gross salary, and paid by the employer. It is the employee’s responsibility to prevent double taxation for social insurances.
The candidate pays to the British State the contributions due to earnings earned from the salary.
Documents needed by companies for candidate evaluation
- CV in English + smiling photo
- 1 Passport type photo
- 1 Full body photo, size 9/13, office attire
- Passport/ ID copy
- Birth certificate, in original
- Copy of last studies diploma
- Clean criminal record
- Clean medical record
- Copy of work history register (if such document exists)
- Copy of qualification papers (if such document exists)
- Driving License Category B or C
- Evidence issued by the Ministry of Interior showing that there is no legal interdiction to leave the town or other limitations of the exercise of the right to free movement outside the country
- 1-2 recommendations in original, in English, from previous employers
- UK Bank Account Details (if already in place)
- National Insurance Number Copy (if already in place)