Job Board Traffic Marshall/Vehicle Checker / London / £10 per hour Traffic Marshall/ Vehicle CheckerEbbsfleet International Station OR North Weald Airfield FREE TRAINING to anyone interested who meet the below criteria. Candidate Qualifying Criteria: Over 18 years old Right to Work in UK with assistance or support. Can work 4 x 12 hour consecutive days on a rota basis (48 hours min) (DAYS, NIGHTS & WEEKENDS) Part Time acceptable as “Gap Fillers” only Able to pass a CTC (Counter Terrorist Check) / Security Clearance (Free of Charge) Specific Job Info: Both sites are 24 hour operations and operate days, nights and weekends on 12 hour, 4 on 4 off shift basis. Pay rates are £10.00 per hour and FREE Training is available for those who complete 12 full weeks. Training includes TTMBC, First Aid and Banksman Certification. Free Training commences on Monday 16th November on a first come, first served basis. 12 week fixed term contract then ongoing following performance with permanent positions available after probationary period. The client ideally want to attract, Ex-Forces, veterans, service leavers and families to deliver a high level of productivity and professionalism to the project. Candidates are paid monthly on last working day of month. Full PPE Supplied Daily Refreshments available Permanent Jobs available via 12 week Temp to Perm / TUPE available for performing workers Candidate Application Process: Apply Today! – you will then: Candidates receive an Online Interview link and compliance document upload request. Once completed and returned MAC review the quality and compliance of candidate and upload documents on candidates behalf An invitation for FREE Training is issued (at Local venues) – Training is approx. 10hrs (unpaid) however candidates receive FREE TTMBC, First Aid and Banksman certification (worth over £500) Training takes place from 16th-29th November. (then ongoing after commencement of project) CTC/Security Clearance forms are to be completed on Training Day. Candidates receive Joining Instructions to start on project.