Careers At JDC

Our business is built on delivering great customer service, to do this we need great people.

Why work for Us?

Our business is built on delivering great customer service, to do this we need great people. We believe in developing the potential of our people through training and we are committed to ensuring that our Scaffolders are among the best in the industry.

We pride ourselves on having long term staff and we can offer full time work on a permanent basis. The work can be situated on some interesting sites in and around Central London so you will experience many challenges and will be kept up to date on all changes in the industry. We can offer an exciting role and an enjoyable working environment.

Career Opportunities


Professional Development

30 Days Annual leave

Competitive Salary

Mental Health Support

British Forces Resettlement Scheme.

In conjunction with the NASC, we are also proud to support the British Forces Resettlement Services. We are promoting scaffolding industry careers to current and ex-Military personnel.

We would love to hear from you, please get in touch for further information.


We currently are working in conjunction with the NASC on the kickstart scheme.

The kickstart scheme provides pre-apprentice placements for young people 16-24 who are currently on Universal Credit and at risk of long-term unemployment.

Do you love the outdoors? Does the thought of working at height not phase you? Would you like a physical job where you can work in a team, gain skills, qualifications and learn a trade? Does future potential earnings of £50k+ appeal to you? 

If so, this could be the perfect job for you! We have some great opportunities for Apprentice Scaffolders to join our busy teams within central London and surrounding areas.

Walsall Works | Kickstart Scheme


Your training will begin at our yard, based at Hoddesdon. You will be taught manual handling, health and safety rules, basic scaffolding knowledge, including identifying and servicing equipment.

Once competency levels are met (identified through an internal assessment process), Manual Handling and COTS Training have been completed, a CISRS card will be applied for and you will continue your training out on site.

On site, you’ll begin by loading out Scaffolding materials, as your confidence and knowledge improves you will be given more responsibilities, learning the skills to become a qualified Scaffolder.

It’s important to remember before applying for this role, that being a scaffolder is a physically demanding job which has to be done in all weather conditions, so we’re looking for people who enjoy working hard, work well in a team and have a positive and respectful attitude come rain or shine!