Join our Team - Become a Contractor

We are currently looking for contractors in areas across Australia to compliment our very busy network of Franchisees, assembling kitset furniture, modular cabinetry, sheds and much more.

Sign up is quick and easy. Once we conduct a brief assessment and provide you a 30 minute training session on how to use our systems and process, you will be ready to start accepting jobs.

Want to learn more? Read the Frequently Asked Questions further down on this page ... otherwise, when ready, complete the form below and we will be in touch shortly.

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Q: What do I need to get started?

In addition to the onboarding, you will be required to have

  • Public Liability Insurance ($2,000,000) cover (this will need to be supplied and kept current).
  • A data connected smart phone or tablet, capable of taking photos.
  • The legal right to work in Australia.
  • An Australian bank account.

Q: How much will I get paid?  

A: Item pricing varies in several ways; from ease of assembly and size, to time spent and complexity and the amount of people needed to complete the job.

You can get a feel for our prices by browsing the items we assemble here – https://booking.flatpackassemblyservices.com/product-assembly

We do also utilise a minimum call out fee, ensuring that no matter how small or quick the job is, you will still get paid!

FAS will retain a small margin of the price the customer pays, to cover the cost of advertising and administration. This is factored into our pricing, so the amounts our Assembly Contractors receive is fair

Q: When will I get paid?  

A: We disburse payment on a weekly basis. All jobs that are successfully completed, signed off by customers and correctly uploaded in our system Tooklit, are paid in the next payment cycle.

Q: What type of products will I be assembling?  

A: We offer a large variety of product assemblies including basic indoor furniture and office furniture to garden sheds/greenhouses to pergolas, gazebos and trampolines. If it comes in kitset or needs assembly, we do it!

Q: How much work will I get?  

A: Work frequency depends on several factors, including location, availability and skillset.

Q: Will I have to use your systems? 

A:  Our processes are designed for ease of use. We will manage all the booking details, changes and customer invoicing. Jobs accepted by you will need to be completed following our FAS systems and processes, using a link sent to you, you will need to upload photos and sign off details for each job.

Q: What skills am I required to have?  

A: You abilities will be assessed as you complete the jobs, but initially we will look for practical skills, previous experience in similar work and/or transferrable skills. No specific qualification is required.

Q: Do I need a Working with Children Check?  

A: A WWC is not a necessary certificate to have, however work does come up for schools, day care and public libraries, in which case a valid and up to date WWC is a requirement.

Q: Where are the jobs located?  

A: The bulk of our work at present is primarily situated in the Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney and Canberra metro areas, but we have enquiries from all over Australia.

Q: What clothes will I have to wear?  

A: Plain unbranded clothing is best, i.e. polo shirt, pants and closed-toe shoes/boots. Clothing must not be ripped or torn and should be in a presentable condition.

Q: What tools am I required to have?  

A: A basic tool kits is suggested, including a battery drill with a hex bit set and other basic tools, such as a hammer. A step ladder is recommended as some items can be quite large; a chisel file may also be useful as there are instances in which skirting boards are removed.

Q: What if I still have more questions?

A: Contact one of our team on 1300 352 872

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