Pre- Apprentice Trimmer- New

The successful young person will be developing a range of skills and experience in internal bus refurbishment. Duties will include- 

·  Working with nominated tradesperson/ supervisor to gain experience and relevant training. 

The role is very hands on and the right person will learn skills such as-

Specialist woodwork
Pattern making and marking
Measuring/ Cutting
Machining
Working with different materials- wood/ leather/ Fabric


37 hours per week- 12 months- National Minimum wage  

Must be able to travel to and from Eastleigh on a daily basis (travel warrant maybe issued depending on performance). 

The fine print

Applications are welcome from disadvantaged / vulnerable people aged 16- 24, who may have experienced poor outcomes as a result of living in care, or having mental health issues, learning difficulties or an offending background. In addition they may be homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Applications are welcomed from candidates living in the SO postcode areas of the city.

If you feel you have a suitable young person, please complete a referral form supplied on www.therainbowproject.co.uk and send to info@therainbowproject.co.uk. 

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Pre-Apprentice Stock Controller- New 

Duties will include-

· Signing for deliveries, itemising the stock and storing in the right locations
·  Using the computer to locate stock and issue to other members of staff when requested
· Completing a stock check 
· Communicating with suppliers to order new stock when required. 

The right person will need to have good numeracy and computer skills as well as a good telephone manger and the ability to work at height.  

37 hours per week- 12 months- National Minimum wage

Must be able to travel to and from Eastleigh on a daily basis (travel warrant maybe issued depending on performance).

The fine print

Applications are welcome from disadvantaged / vulnerable people aged 16- 24, who may have experienced poor outcomes as a result of living in care, or having mental health issues, learning difficulties or an offending background. In addition they may be homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Applications are welcomed from candidates living in the SO postcode areas of the city.

If you feel you have a suitable young person, please complete a referral form supplied on www.therainbowproject.co.uk and send to info@therainbowproject.co.uk. 

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Construction Operative, Highways- New

We are working with a large organisation based in Southampton who are looking for a reliable young person with a positive attitude to join their highways maintenance team. The successful young person will be developing a range of skills and experience in highway construction. Duties will include-

  • Pothole and patch repair
  • Footway Construction
  • Bollard repair and installation
  • Fencing
  • Strimming
  • Laying drainage and pavements
  • Placing street iron works and excavating holes and trenches
  • Working to all health and safety regulations 

Essential qualities include team work, honesty and a willingness to learn. The role at times will be interacting with customers/ general public and therefore a polite and professional manner is also required.


40 hours per week- 12 months- National Minimum wage

A CSCS card is NOT required for this position as the organisation is happy to provide training 

The fine print

Applications are welcome from disadvantaged / vulnerable people aged 16- 24, who may have experienced poor outcomes as a result of living in care, or having mental health issues, learning difficulties or an offending background. In addition they may be homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Applications are welcomed from candidates living in the SO postcode areas of the city.

If you feel you have a suitable young person, please complete a referral form supplied on www.therainbowproject.co.uk and send to info@therainbowproject.co.uk. 

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Junior Receptionist/ Administrator- New 

This is an exciting role with a construction organisation in Hedge End for a young person to learn and provide solid and consistent reception and administrative support to the regional office team.
Daily duties will include- 

·Meet and greet all visitors to the office in a warm and friendly manner, offer refreshments.

·Maintain a clean, tidy office/reception area.

·Assist in ensuring the safe and tidy working environment of the office.

·Answer incoming calls in a processional manner. 

·Sort, open, date stamp and distribute mail.  Prepare outgoing post.

·Maintain Site Project Directory.

·Coordinate planning of meetings and events.  Book, record and monitor meeting rooms (including external venues, catering, equipment, travel and accommodation, if required).

·Print, copy, collate, bind and distribute documents as required. Create CDs when required.

·Enter, update and maintain client and subcontract details on in house system.

·Display H&S bulletins and don’t walk by posters as and when instructed.

·Organise and manage filling, both electronic and paper systems.

·Order and monitor stock of office stationery and kitchen supplies.

·Create, develop and maintain effective working relationships with internal and external customers.

·Other duties as and when required.

We are looking for a young person who has a friendly manner, helpful and is willing to learn. 25 hours per week initially though this will be increased after the probationary period, based in Hedge End- National Minimum Wage according to their age.

Applicants must have a practical aptitude and be able to demonstrate a genuine interest in the role,team player, friendly and hard working.

No previous experience necessary as full training and support will be given however some IT knowledge would be preferable. 

The fine print

Applications are welcome from disadvantaged / vulnerable people aged 16- 24, who may have experienced poor outcomes as a result of living in care, or having mental health issues, learning difficulties or an offending background. In addition they may be homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Applications are welcomed from candidates living in the SO postcode areas of the city.

If you feel you have a suitable young person, please complete a referral form supplied on www.therainbowproject.co.uk and send to info@therainbowproject.co.uk. 

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If you have a young person who is interested in any of the above vacancies or if you are a young person and would like to refer yourself then please download and complete fully one of the forms below and send to info@therainbowproject.co.uk


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