Labourer (Former Employee) – Birmingham – 13 May 2018
My job at interserve was good, the management were very understanding and always helped me understand what different jobs needed to be completed. The salary was also very good but was an average wage for labouring.
general labourer (Former Employee) – Margam – 4 March 2018
take direction of managment on what paticular tasks need doing get get ppe and tools from stores and complete tasks as instructed and trained after completion of each task return tools to stores liaising with management on each task as completed
Labourer (Former Employee) – Glasgow/ various sites – 29 May 2012
I have worked on several occassions for Interserve over the past 3years initially in their yard as i did not have my CSCS card however this gave me a good insight into the equipment required and how it was put together out on sight. My main duties at this time included unloading and loading lorries with the scaffolding required. I enjoy physical work and although i am a good team worker i can also work effectively on my own. I also learnt how to work hard but maintain all health and safety regulations both in the yard and on site.
Labourer/Mate (Former Employee) – TH2 – 19 August 2015
In the time i spend with interseve i participated in setting up multiple different welding sets and which were all using different types or weld suck as TIG STICK MMA and it was set up to a high safety standard. i also taught new comers how to do this job to a high safety standard ensuring they have all the correct PPE in order to keep them out the firing line.
Labourer (Former Employee) – London, ENG – 21 January 2015
Keep clean all construction areas to avoid hazards and ensure a safe work environment, Inspect work sites to measure dimensions, lay out work, and estimate materials for each job. Trained in: carpentry, painting, plastering, machine servicing, and installation