Where Can I Find Bricklayer Jobs Near Me ?
Are you looking for Bricklaying jobs? We have highly qualified recruitment specialists in the Construction and building jobs sector for temporary and permanent job opportunities.
Diverse Employment supply bricklayers to the commercial and residential building and refurbishment sectors of the construction industry within the region.
We understand just how much of a skilled job bricklaying is; from cutting bricks and using hammers, chisels or portable power tools, to laying the bricks in courses, spreading mortar with trowels and checking that a wall is straight and level. We're confident our construction recruitment agency team, can connect you with the right job, at the right firm, no matter if you want to work in red brick new builds, or relining refractory projects such as those found with jobs on the Scunthorpe Steelworks.
WHAT SKILLS DO I NEED TO BE A BRICKLAYER?
Here are six skills bricklayers need:
- Good practical skills.
- The ability to work carefully and accurately.
- The ability to often work as part of a team.
- A good awareness of health and safety issues.
- An ability to read technical plans.
- A good level of fitness.
HOW MUCH DOES A BRICKLAYER EARN IN THE UK?
The average Bricklayer salary in the UK is approximately
£36,500 per year.
Please note that all salary figures are approximations based upon third party submissions to Diverse Employment
What is a typical bricklayer day like?
In a typical day, Bricklayers may lay several hundred bricks need to follow detailed plans and drawings showing how a building is to be constructed. The usual working week for a bricklayer consists of 39 hours, Monday to Friday. This can include working overtime at weekends or in the evening is common. Those who are self-employed often work longer hours.
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