The majority of P.F. Parsons Ltd’s workforce has been with the company for many years with several of them having completed their apprenticeship training with us. Our retention of skilled craftsmen enables us to offer our customers a wealth of experience and in the last few years, their skills have allowed the company to win two awards from the Federation of Master Builders for the quality of our workmanship.
If you are interested in joining our busy team of skilled craftsmen, please contact us by email with a covering letter and CV.
Current Job Vacancies:
Carpenters: We are recruiting carpenters qualified to at least NVQ level 2. These are full time positions, with salaries based on experience.
Please contact PF Parsons Ltd, Unit 1, Wylye Road, Hindon, Salisbury SP3 6ER or email us with a covering letter and CV.
P.F. Parsons has a long history of success with the development of apprentices and works in close collaboration with CITB, the Construction Industry Training Board for England, Scotland and Wales. CITB have over 45 years’ experience with apprentices and through encouraging training, they aim to create a “Professional and fully qualified workforce”, something that here at P.F. Parsons we fully endorse.
An apprenticeship usually lasts between two and four years depending on which level of qualification the apprentice is working towards. The CITB Apprenticeship Scheme offers apprenticeships at three levels:
Level 2 – equivalent to GCSE’s
Level 3 – equivalent to A Levels
Level 4 – equivalent to Foundation Degree.
There is a wide array of apprenticeships available through CITB in collaboration with P.F. Parsons, such as Carpentry and Bricklaying; a full list is available through the CITB website.
As an apprentice you will receive:
- Onsite training to give you hands on experience.
- Training received through a collage or training centre.
- All collage or training provider examination fees paid.
- Full time employment for which you will be paid a minimum of £95 a week.
- A nationally recognised qualification on the completion of your course.
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