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We're recruiting - LancWest Works

As part of our commitment to ensure that investment in the refurbishment of Lancaster West is also an investment in the wider community we have developed LancWest Works. 

LancWest Works is an open opportunity to work on a three month placement with the Lancaster West Neighbourhood Team, to gain new skills, contribute your talents to the local community, or kick start your career.
Opportunities might include work in
  • building and construction (including skilled trades), 
  • project management, 
  • sustainability, 
  • housing management, 
  • service improvement, 
  • community development 
  • engagement. 

You will be paid the London Living Wage and we'll offer you relevant guidance, training, and coaching 
We’re committed to promoting equality and particularly encourage applications from those with disabilities, the long term unemployed, care leavers, refugees with a right to work in the UK, young and older residents, women, black and minority ethnic residents, and LGBTQ+ residents, as these are all underrepresented groups in the housing, building and constructions sectors. 
You must have the legal right to work in the UK, and we particularly encourage applications from residents of North Kensington.
To register your interest, please use the form below or email us an up-to-date CV and cover letter telling us about your skills, passion and availability.
We'll then contact you if an opportunity is available.

Join our in-house repairs and refurbishment teams

We’re recruiting!  As we look to scale up our internal refurbishment programme, the Lancaster West Neighbourhood Team is looking for operatives from all trades to join our in-house repairs and refurbishment teams. If you have experience in plumbing, electrical work, painting, plastering, or carpentry – we would like to hear from you.  Operatives will be delivering responsive repairs and refurbishment of homes on the Lancaster West Estate, to help it become a model social housing estate for the 21st century. We are committed to promoting equality, and especially welcome applications from women, disabled, and LGBTQ+ applicants as they are under-represented in these teams. We are also open to part-time working.    

Please send a CV and contact details to Amy Nolan, Repairs Operations Manager by Friday 11th September,  Amy.Nolan1@rbkc.gov.uk