Vacancy posted: Thursday, 12 Jul 2012
The Forth Road Bridge has a vacancy for the following key post within the Operations Team. This is an opportunity for the right candidate to work on an iconic structure of national and strategic importance.
General Operative (Shiftworker) Temporary until 30 June 2013
Average weekly earnings £415.45
(in addition this post currently attracts a productivity linked bonus
average bonus earnings £117.87)
You will be responsible for the installation and removal of traffic management signage and cones in accordance with current technical legislative and advisory literature. Additionally, the position involves assisting other tradesman, providing a vehicle recovery service including attendance at road traffic accidents and a breadth of janitorial and general maintenance duties.
The successful applicant will have wide ranging experience of road maintenance and traffic management also including general labouring and/or plant operation. However, training may be provided to the right applicant.
A Heavy Goods Vehicle driving licence (Class C+ E) is desirable for this position.
In return the benefits include final salary pension scheme; local authority terms & conditions and a generous holiday allowance.
Application forms are available from Anne Muir, PA to Chief Engineer & Bridgemaster, Forth Road Bridge, Administration Offices, South Queensferry, West Lothian EH30 9SF (0131 319 3092)
Closing date for applications is Friday 13 July 2012
Job Reference: EDN004005
Closing Date: 16-Jul-2012
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