Multiskilled Joiner

£36,298 – £39,493 per annum

Location: Across Nottingham

37 Hours Per Week – Flexible and agile working (by agreement) to cover the service 24 hours per day and 7 days a week

We are currently seeking a number of qualified Multiskilled Joiners to join our Property team within Nottingham City Council Housing Services.

Are you someone who wants to be appreciated for their talent, skill, approach and expertise as a Multiskilled Joiner and the quality of their work? We are looking for that individual who is proud of what they do and how they do it. Not everyone has what is needed to work with customers in their homes but if you think that you have got the right combination of attitude and expertise we want you to part of our transformation.

From the creation of new, affordable housing and the upkeep of existing properties, through to improving the opportunities and employability of our tenants, Nottingham City Council Housing Services provides ongoing support to the people and communities of Nottingham, creating homes and places where people want to live!

We currently have a great opportunity for experienced multiskilled joiners to join NCCHS’s Property Team, where our tenants are at the heart of what we do, and no two days are the same. It’s also an exciting time to join us as we continue to expand and grow our talented team.

The successful candidates will thrive on giving great customer communication and embracing the use of technology to improve both productivity and quality of work. We will rely on your technical expertise and give you the autonomy to diagnose and understand issues and put solutions in place, and where you think we can do things better, you will have the opportunity to bring about change.

If you’re an experienced multiskilled joiner looking for a new and rewarding challenge, then we’d love to hear from you!

Role and Responsibilities:

  • Carry out all aspects of joinery and carpentry work on Nottingham City Council’s housing assets (and other sites determined by NCC) including installation, maintenance and repair of roof structures, staircases, walkways and balustrades, banisters, skirtings, architraves, handrails, flooring, kitchen units, worktops, aqua boarding, glazing, fencing and gates.
  • Undertaking pro-active fault finding and appropriate remedial works and reporting, including identification and recording of reasons for deterioration of installations and the property in general (such as the movement of moisture in homes that can lead to the development of damp and mould).
  • The ability to use the necessary power tools and plant safely, as well as the ability to follow all safety procedures on and off-site.
  • To support the maintenance of assets to meet statutory minimum standards for housing, and installation, repair and maintenance obligations.
  • To contribute to the provision of good quality rented housing and the achievement of high levels of tenant satisfaction, improving the landlord and tenant relationships and protecting health and safety.
  • 37 Hours Per Week – Flexible and agile working (by agreement) to cover the service 24 hours per day and 7 days a week

Minimum Requirements:

  • You will bring an organised but flexible approach and the ability to meet deadlines. Naturally, you will have experience in a repairs, new build, maintenance or contract environments, including assessing and inspecting jobs, updating records and great customer service skills.
  • You will be working with a wider range of customers and stakeholders and as such the ability to act professionally with excellent customer service skills is essential.
  • Multiskilled Joiners will be required to be qualified (City & Guilds/ NVQ Level 3 or equivalent) & competent in Joinery but also fully competent in at least one other trade and also have finishing skills in other trades, for example: Qualified and competent Joiner, also competent in Plumbing (able to carry out plaster patching, small areas of brickwork, pointing and painting).
  • Full and valid driving license.


Benefits & Rewards:

  • As one of the largest employers in Nottingham, NCC offers a wide range of roles across a range of services. In return for your skills, drive and commitment to serving the people of Nottingham, we can help you to develop an exciting and rewarding career, with access to the following benefits:
  • 26 days annual leave (rising to 33 days after 5 years’ service) + bank holidays with the ability to buy additional leave annually.
  • Smart Working – to support your work life balance.
  • Health and wellbeing benefits including access to our Employee Assistance Programme
  • Discounted membership at selected local sports and fitness centres, cinema, shopping and much more!
  • Please see our website for more details: Employee Benefits – Nottingham City Council Careers.

Our Commitment To Inclusion:

Nottingham City Council Housing Services is committed to recruiting a talented workforce that reflects the communities we serve. We are a fair and inclusive employer and welcome applications from people from all backgrounds and with different abilities. We recruit for diversity and value difference.

This post may suggest a minimum requirement for number of years of relevant or transferrable experience. We consider every application on merit and will always consider applications for candidates with more or less experience. We do also always have a range of opportunities to join NCC Housing (including roles for all levels of experience). Visit our careers pages for the full list of opportunities.

More Info & How to Apply:

“Click the apply link to complete a short application and submit your CV   

For more information on the NCC Housing Services team, click here: https://nottinghamcityhomes.org.uk/”

Interview Date: to be confirmed – Please note this may be subject to change

Closing date: 20 September 2023 – we may close this early if we receive high volumes of applications 


NCC Values & Behaviours:

Across all functions and departments of NCC we have a set of core behaviours that support our aims and help us to deliver the best possible services to residents across Nottingham:

Individual Leadership: by putting our citizens and customers first, delivering against your objectives, helping to set direction, and putting forward ideas for improvements; 

Equality Diversity & Inclusion: by ensuring we consider the needs of all NCC citizens in our work, show respect for others, upholding and adhering to the Council’s Code of Conduct; 

Change & Innovation: by being creative, delivering change when needed, sharing problems, and helping to bring forward suggestions for improvements; 

Collaboration: by working well with others, identifying the needs of colleagues and others to deliver great services and by being a good communicator who works well with a range of audiences.


Joiner, Joinery, Installations, Property, Water, Health and Safety, Qualification, City and Guilds,  Inclusion, Diversity, Salaried, Customer Focus, Council Jobs, Local Authority, Affordable Housing, Public Sector Pension, Damp and Mould, Social Housing,


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