Access Floorer

Access floorer

Access floorers install raised floor systems. This can include just about any project that requires raised floorings – from houses to nightclubs to airports.


The Role

  • Working alongside contractors and other construction workers
  • Providing solutions and strategies to clients
  • Interpreting drawings
  • Cleaning areas where flooring will be installed
  • Gluing and nailing floor coverings into place
  • Using specialist tools and access flooring techniques
  • Visiting and assessing potential new projects 
  • Many access floorers work around 40 hours a week, which could also involve evenings and weekends.

Salary

  • Newly trained access floorers can earn in the region of £12,000 - £16,500
  • Trained with experience access floorers can earn in the region of £20,000 - £30,000 

Salaries typically depend on location, employer and any overtime that you may do. Self-employed access floorers set their own pay rates. 


Qualifications and Training

There are no formal academic qualifications necessary to become an access floorer, though it is generally recommended to achieve a GCSE in mathematics and English at grade C or above – Standard Grades, National 4/5s.

However, there are some vocational qualifications that can help you gain a job as an access floorer.

These include Level 2 SVQ/NVQ Diploma in Interior Systems (Access Flooring) which contains units in:

  • Installing raised access flooring systems in the workplace
  • Removing and relocating raised access flooring systems in the workplace

Vacancies

Check out the latest Access Floorer vacancies: 

As these are external websites, the number of job vacancies related to your preferred job role may vary. 

Check daily to see new opportunities as they are posted!

Find out more

For information on the Access Floorer role in Scotland please visit the Skills Development Scotland website My World of Work.

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