What On-Site Jobs Are Available in Construction?
6th December 2017
The construction industry offers job opportunities in House Building, Commercial, Infrastructure and Off-site construction.
Below are some possible on-site construction job roles you can possibly do and how much you are likely to earn from each role.
On-site job roles tend to need you to use the likes of machinery, building materials and tools. The work will require you to work mostly outside and at arrange of different sites. You are also required to have strong teamwork skills. Jobs such as these are available in companies ranging from one man bands up to large contractors.
A Site Manager is required to supervise the ongoing work on a construction site. You need to make sure that the work is done in a safe, productive and timely manner whilst staying within budget.
Site Managers can earn a salary between £34k – £55k depending on the location of employment and level of experience.
A Vehicle Banksman is requiring to direct plant machinery and other vehicles around a construction site. Your job is imperative to keeping work on the site safe.
A Vehicle Banksman earns an average salary of £22k – £25k per year.
A “Brickie’s” job is to work with a range of building materials (mainly bricks) and mortar to build various structures. Bricklayers are required on a range of sizes of projects.
Bricklayers can earn a salary between £12.k – £17k. Experienced brickies can earn an average salary of £17k – £30k. Whereas masters of the trade can earn approximately up to £40.1k
Plastering is required on almost every construction site at some stage during the building process. Both fibrous and solid decorators are in need on a range of construction projects.
Providing on your level of experience Plasterers can earn a salary between £12k – £28k a year.Go Back