Job and Apprenticeship vacancies

A range of vacancies at a range of external organisations*. For all College administrative and tutor vacancies, please go to this page: https://www.thebcc.ac.uk/college-vacancies/

If you wish to advertise any vacancies at your company, please send directly to admissions@thebcc.ac.uk

*Please note, the college cannot guarantee whether external positions are still vacant as we rely on employers to notify us. Please contact companies directly for advice – many will welcome speculative applications as workforce requirements change.

As a BCC alumni, my company would like to take on someone who is looking for a career in site carpentry, general building and property development.

Applicants must have the following attributes:

  • A fantastic attitude to work
  • Solid carpentry based skills
  • Willing to get stuck into other more general building jobs
  • Be able to travel to jobs in both South and North London
  • Working hours are 8am – 4:30pm
  • Want to grow in experience and confidence with an ambitious small contractor

If interested please send an email to enquiries@jloverestoration.co.uk with a C.V. and a brief introduction about yourself.

WORKSHOP ASSISTANT  

About Shape:  
We design, manufacture and install beautiful, bespoke joinery & interiors for a variety of residential and commercial projects. Our streamlined and fully integrated design, fabrication and installation service enables us to work across a range of scales with current contracts ranging from £25,000 up to £500,000. We fabricate these in our 5000sqft workshop in South East London, equipped with the latest machinery & digital fabrication capabilities.

Role:  A workshop assistant is to aid with the fabrication and assembly of high-end joinery. They must be able to follow instructions to deliver work of the highest quality to meet our exacting standards and work effectively as part of a team.
 Responsibilities:   Assemble customer orders as briefed by the workshop manager with an acute attention to detail.   Cabinet assembly.   Loading and unloading of the CNC machine.   Running sheet material through the edgebander.   Assisting with keeping the workshop clean and tidy.   Finishing to include sanding, oiling/ lacquering.   Wrapping and protection of completed joinery items.   Loading of workshop skip to ensure efficient packing of waste materials.   Assemble and dispatch joinery items in line with the workshop manager’s programme and deadlines.   Ensure all deliveries are received, recorded and stored correctly; this includes undertaking daily perpetual  stock control.   Maintain Health and Safety Standards at all times.

Requirements:  ● Ability to read and carry out work from technical drawings.  Shape Works Ltd / Company Reg No 10108997 / VAT Number GB238207121
Basic proficiency with the use of hand and portable electric tools and workshop machinery, inc. but
not limited to: Combination Machine; Hand Routers; Band Saw; Spindle Moulder; Planer; Edgebander; CNC (Preferable, but training can be given); Drum Sander.
Punctuality.
● Careful and diligent.
● Efficient, effective and organised.

● To exhibit Shape’s values – Meticulous. Hard working, Creative, Enthusiastic & Team Work.

What we offer:   Competitive salary dependent upon experience.  ● Full-time employment.   Workplace pension scheme.   Company bonus scheme.   Opportunities for training and advancement.   Dynamic working environment.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Email: mail@shapelondon.co

Telephone: +44(0)20 72521560

BESPOKE JOINERY & FURNITURE MAKERS

Minimum experience required is 6yrs qualified. Must be confident with all workshop machinery ie Table saw, Spindle, Planer/Thicknesser, Tenoner etc. Join a small team based in Enfield, must be able to carry out all tasks related to manufacturing and installing Bespoke Joinery and Furniture. Take a look at our Facebook, Lyds page, Website for examples of work. Please email CV to stevecawdery@btconnect.com

Job type: Full Time

Location: None

Closing date: Aug. 26, 2022

How to apply: Please email CV to stevecawdery@btconnect.com

Website link

https://www.facebook.com/SCawderyBespoke/

Collins & Curtis

Stonemason Vacancy

A Stonemason is required for conservation and restoration works to historic & ecclesiastical structures due to the continued growth of the Bakers of Danbury’s Church Works Department.

This is a full time, permanent position, working in and around Essex and surrounding counties. The successful applicant will benefit from gaining the experience and skills to carry out historic fabric repairs on churches, cathedrals and ancient buildings.

Works will include:

  • Stone fixing
  • Stone dressing
  • Repointing
  • Flintwork

The candidate would ideally have some stonemasonry experience; however, additional training can be provided to a candidate with the correct aptitude to work.

The successful candidate will be able to:

  • Efficiently and effectively work and dress natural stone
  • Follow and adhere to the Health and Safety policy at all times
  • Work carefully and methodically
  • Have an eye for detail to ensure quality control and high standards are met
  • Work as an individual or as part of a team

Bakers of Danbury are a well-respected construction company locally and within the industry, with a commitment to the professional and personal development of all its staff by providing regular opportunities to undertake further training and personal development. All staff are invited to biannual staff social events at summer and Christmas. Bakers is a member of the Building Mental Health Charter and provide all staff with access to a mental health first aider, together with the opportunity to opt into contributory private healthcare.

Salary will be dependent on experience. Other benefits include employee life insurance, 22 days annual leave together with the statutory bank holidays, an annual salary review and bonus (in discretion of the Directors).

If you would like to register your interest, please email info@bakersofdanbury.co.uk or apply in writing to: Managing Director, Bakers of Danbury Ltd, Eves Corner, Danbury, Essex CM3 4QB.

Collins & Curtis

Banker Mason Vacancy

An opportunity has arisen for a Banker Mason within our company Collins and Curtis Masonry Ltd which is based in Ipswich.

As a Banker Mason you will be required to cut and shape stonework with a range of hand and power tools, working from templates and moulds, to give it a textured or polished finish (dressing), in accordance with design plans; you may also be involved in carving figures, lettering or pattern work.

The role will be based at our production facility in Ipswich, Suffolk, but may also include visits to sites, along with site fixing for which training can be provided.

The candidate would ideally have experience; however, additional training can be provided to a candidate with the correct aptitude to work.

The successful candidate should know/be able to:

  • Efficiently and effectively be able to work and dress natural stone.
  • Have good co-ordination and manual skills for cutting and shaping stone.
  • Follow and adhere to Health and Safety policy at all times.
  • Be able to work carefully and methodically.
  • Read drawings and plans.
  • Be accurate with dimensions.
  • Have an eye for detail to ensure quality control and high standards are met.
  • The ability to work as an individual or as part of a team.
  • Experience using Dimensional Saw beneficial but not essential.

Salary: Depending on experience.

If you would like to apply, please email info@collinsandcurtis.co.uk or write to: 8 Greenwich Close, Landseer Road, Ipswich IP3 0DD

Charlotte Kingsnorth

Maker/Artist Assistant.

Charlotte Kingsnorth is a design studio that makes objects, furniture artworks and installations for private and public collections worldwide.

This is a hard-working but playful studio looking for a positive and dedicated person to join as Charlotte’s full time assistant. The role will initially be for six months, with the aim to stay on. She is looking to build a team of artists and makers who enjoy challenging jobs and care about getting it right.

Think about applying if you are a skilled maker with a good sense of intuition; someone who can think creatively to solve problems, who is willing to learn Charlotte’s approach quickly while also bringing in their own knowledge and skills. You may have trained as an upholsterer or a pattern maker or seamstress. Your job will be to assist with making the works, which will include foam sculpting, sewing and pattern cutting as well as light wood work and repairs, fabric research and errands. Looking for an experienced maker.

Must have:

  • excellent sewing machine skills
  • pattern making
  • hand sewing
  • textile knowledge

Willing to learn:

  • wood working skills for basic furniture repairs
  • general workshop machinery

£25k – £30k pay reviewed depending on experience (pro rata).

www.charlottekingsnorth.com

Scenic Construction Draughtsperson

Located in Purfleet, Essex

Starting salary £36,312 [Grade E Draughtsperson] – £39,678 [Grade D Senior Draughtsperson] per annum. Dependant on experience.

Fixed term Contract to August 2023

The Royal Opera House aims to enrich people`s lives through opera and ballet. It seeks to be accessible and engaging, to develop audiences across the UK and to break new ground in the presentation of lyric theatre. Our Technical and Production Department plays a leading part in ensuring our performances are of the highest quality by delivering technical excellence for every performance, rehearsal and event. We are seeking to appoint a Scenic Draughtsperson to assist the Head of Scenic Construction in the realization and production of scenery for opera and ballet productions at the Royal Opera House.

This is an exciting opportunity to join our Scenic Construction team at the Bob and Tamar Manoukian Production Workshop, our purpose built state-of-the-art 3750 sq metre building in Purfleet, Essex. At the site we have a scenic construction carpentry workshop, metal workshop, paint studio and fit up area, enabling us to make scenery for the Royal Opera and Royal Ballet companies and the Birmingham Royal Ballet.

You will ideally have:

· Professional experience of scenic draughting in a theatre environment

· Knowledge of theatre structural engineering and scenic construction in a large-scale theatre environment

· Experience of working positively with designers both in house and external

· A firm understanding and experience of/advanced user of AutoCAD/Inventor 3D Modelling

· Excellent IT skills including Photoshop (or equivalent), MS office, in addition to any other software appropriate to the role.

· Team player with strong interpersonal and communication skills

 

The Royal Opera House is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment in which everyone can thrive. We welcome applications from those who are currently under represented in our workforce; in particular those who are ethnically diverse and/or disabled. As a Disability Confident Employer, we guarantee to interview all disabled applicants who meet the essential minimum criteria for our vacancies.

 

A full job description is available on our website: https://recruitment.roh.org.uk/vacancyView.php?requirementId=4365

Link to make an application: Careers – Royal Opera House (roh.org.uk)

For queries please contact the HR Department at hr.recruitment@roh.org.uk You can also contact us if you have any access needs for making an application.

Closing date for applications: 8am, Tuesday 19th July 2022

Applicants must have work authorisation for the UK.

Junior Cabinet maker/furniture maker positions available

I am contacting you from Zone Creations, we are a Luxury Bespoke Fabrication and Manufacturing Company

Zone Creations is an established leading multidisciplinary design and fabrication company based in South London demonstrating excellence and quality in design.

Our methodology remains one of progression and dynamism in all ways. We view ourselves as boundary-breakers with a flair for creating the extraordinary. Our passion is shown in our eclectic client creations, the variety of skills we offer and our drive to get the job done.

Our aim is to combine the highest quality of manufacture with an exceptional understanding of design. We pride ourselves on having a keen eye for detail and an energetic drive to take projects satisfactorily from beginning to end. One of many highlights on our journey is the honour of having been awarded a Royal Warrant. We continue keeping up with an ever-changing market by investing in new and innovative technologies and continually striving to be the best in our field.

We are currently looking for Highly skilled people to join our outstanding team at Zone

· We currently have 3x Junior Cabinet/furniture maker positions available.

· We are offering full time employment at 12ph

· 40hr weeks Mon-Fri with overtime available

· 20 days holiday and bank holidays

· Factory based in South Wimbledon

If you are interested in the roles available, can you please send a UpToDate C.V to Joe: Joe@zone-creations.co.uk

If you would like to see more about what we create, please look at our website: zonecreations.com

I look forward to hearing from you.

Many thanks

Joseph Pickering

Operations Manager

Frame London

We are seeking experienced fine art framers to join our freelance pool, within our Fabrication department in De Beauvoir (N1). We produce high quality bespoke conservation frames for galleries, museums and private clients and are seeking to add to our team of framing technicians to assist in our busy periods.

You would be joining the Frame London team during an exciting period of expansion and development, and we are looking for technicians who are innovative, motivated and committed to producing frames of exceptional quality.

Applicants should be dedicated technicians with at least 3 years direct experience of high-end contemporary framing in either fitting, finishing or fabrication environments.

We would invite technicians to send your cover letter, CV and/or portfolio to Katie Godwin at hr@framelondon.com

 

Person/Recruitment Specification:

Job Title: Fabrication Technician (FREELANCE)
Reports to: Production Manager
Department: Fabrication

Key Responsibilities [in order of priority]:

  • Fabrication of a wide range of frame styles, using a variety of woods and finishes, cutting, joining, routing, sanding, filling and hand staining to museum and gallery standards.
  • Expert knowledge of museum standard conservation-grade materials, in particular relation to fabrication and finishing methods.
  • Offering technical support in making creative designs a reality.
  • Checking that all products meet the correct specification.
  • Monitoring and maintaining the quality of each order.
  • Updating the job lists/I-Framer throughout the day as orders progress.
  • You’ll liaise with other production departments and the Production Manager to create a successful workflow which minimises waste and delays, in addition to discussing potential delays in production.
  • Ensuring collaboration between different staff in different departments
  • Complying with health and safety standards and workplace legislation
  • Recommending changes and improvements, in an ever-changing industry
  • Assisting with the development of guidelines for standards relating to standardised processes and quality.
  • To maintain a responsible attitude to the work in hand and at all times to act as a representative of FRAME London.

 

Person/Recruitment Specification:

Job Title: Finishes Technician (FREELANCE)
Reports to: Production Manager
Department: Finishes

Key Responsibilities [in order of priority]:

  • Expert knowledge of museum standard conservation-grade materials, in particular relating to fabrication and finishing methods. This should include surface preparation, priming, top coating, and hand-staining, painting, and waxing as well as being able to spray frames to an extremely high standard of finish.
  • Offering technical support in making creative designs a reality.
  • Checking that all products meet the correct specification.
  • Monitoring and maintaining the quality of each order.
  • Updating the job lists/I-Framer throughout the day as orders progress.
  • You’ll liaise with other production departments and the Production Manager to create a successful workflow which minimises waste and delays, in addition to discussing potential delays in production.
  • Ensuring collaboration between different staff in different departments
  • Complying with health and safety standards and workplace legislation
  • Recommending changes and improvements, in an ever-changing industry
  • Assisting with the development of guidelines for standards relating to standardised processes and quality.
  • To maintain a responsible attitude to the work in hand and at all times to act as a representative of FRAME London.

 

Person/Recruitment Specification:

Job Title: AWP Technician (FREELANCE)
Reports to: Production Manager
Department: Artwork Presentation

Key Responsibilities [in order of priority]:

  • Mounting, fitting and finishing of a wide range of frames and artworks, using a variety of methods to museum and gallery standards.
  • Good knowledge of museum standard conservation-grade materials, in particular relation to artwork presentation and fitting methods.
  • Knowledge and experience of all basic framing equipment, including use of the morso and mountcutter.
  • Mounting and hinging artworks using varied techniques such as Japanese hinging, pinning and tabbing as well as cutting fillets, fitting a range of glass and acrylic coverings and attaching fittings and sub-frames.
  • Checking that all products meet the correct specification.
  • Monitoring and maintaining the quality of each order.
  • Updating the job lists/I-Framer throughout the day as orders progress.
  • You’ll liaise with other production departments and the Production Manager to create a successful workflow which minimises waste and delays, in addition to discussing potential delays in production.
  • Ensuring collaboration between different staff in different departments
  • Complying with health and safety standards and workplace legislation
  • Recommending changes and improvements, in an ever-changing industry
  • Assisting with the development of guidelines for standards relating to standardised processes and quality.
  • To maintain a responsible attitude to the work in hand and at all times to act as a representative of FRAME London.

We would invite technicians to send your cover letter, CV and/or portfolio to Katie Godwin at hr@framelondon.com

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Spencer & Wedekind

We are looking for an exceptional all-round furniture and joinery designer to join the team at its studio in London. One who can develop and manage design projects from concept to
completion and with a proven ability to work independently, using their own initiative.

The Job role would include working on projects from concept to finish and taking a lead role in the design of both freestanding and integrated furniture and joinery, to develop and to implement ideas, create technical drawings, working on costings, quotes, schedules and final presentation.

The candidate needs to have the ability and diplomacy to communicate with contractors, tradesmen, suppliers and clients at a high level and displaying excellent communication skills, both verbal and written English.

They need to have excellent Vectorworks drawing skills, and Adobe Creative Suite, SketchUp are helpful.

Start Date as soon as possible

How to apply e-mail with covering letter stating your aptitude for the position and portfolio

Who can apply Graduate students

Can final year students apply if they have no much experience? two years work experience

Could they receive training? yes in accordance to the needs of the practice

Salary to be agreed according to experience

Annual Leave in accordance with UK employment guidelines

Key responsibilities:
·managing both free standing and integrated furniture designs from concept to completion, working on several projects simultaneously
·capable of working to a tight programme, under pressure and if necessary to a pre-defined budget
·ability to build strong work relationships with contractors, consultants and suppliers
·create bespoke joinery drawings, technical drawings and tender packages, and demonstrate an understanding about spatial planning
·understand client’s brief and create concept presentations
·coordinate all elements of FF&E research, specification, procurement
·understand project schedules and costings

Knowledge and experience:
·a minimum of two years’ post-qualification experience designing furniture in high-end residential interior design projects
·diverse and creative portfolio showing a varied array of furniture designs in the various stages of development (from idea to execution)
·great attention to detail
·strong technical skills – drawing with Vectorworks (Adobe Creative Suite, SketchUp are helpful)
·good knowledge of UK suppliers and manufacturers
·excellent spoken and written English – presentation & communication skills
·eligible to work in the UK
·available to start immediately

The successful candidate will have the opportunity to build a career at Spencer & Wedekind and develop as a visionary furniture designer

Email Contact to send application studio@spencerandwedekind.com

http://spencerandwedekind.com/

Deadline Date for Application 21st July 2022

DESIGN COMMISSIONS (£2 – £3K FEES)

The Constructivists Commissions
4 new design commissions in woodwork, textiles, and ceramics (2)

The Exchange is looking for several craftspeople, designers and makers who are committed to developing a sustainable, socially engaged practice to help
us shape a revolution in craft. We are delighted to announce four new commissions in woodwork, textiles and ceramics funded by Arts Council England, the National Lottery Heritage Fund and Power to Change.

The selected craftspeople will be paid (£2k-£3k) to design furniture, textile window blinds, ceramic tiles and tableware that will be used here at The Exchange. Once the design is complete, they will then lead a series of instruction/construction sessions with the local community here in our workshops to show us how to make them.

To apply for any of the commissions please download the appropriate brief:
https://www.theexchangeerith.com/current-vacancies

OLIVER JACKSON

Based in Walthamstow, East London Oliver Jackson specialises in the design and creation of eco-conscious garden studios and cabins. We make each space unique, working with clients to
design buildings specific to your needs, whether it be a home offce, studio space or family room in the garden.

We are looking for a carpenter/joiner who would like to further their career by working with us to build bespoke cabins and garden studios.

You will be part of a small team building garden rooms. Day to day work involves a wide range of tasks including timber framing, wall lining, cladding, roofing and door/window fitting. Other tasks include the building of fitted shelving and storage.

You will ideally have some carpentry experience and a knowledge and passion for timber frame buildings.

Work is predominantly around North and East London area. You will be required to work 3-5 days a week and we can be flexible.  Most tools will be provided on site but you will be required to have the basics. Day rate dependent on experience.

If this sounds of interest then please email me at Oliver@ojcarpentry.com with details of your experience and availability to work.

http://www.oliverjackson.uk/

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Scenic Metalwork Apprentice

Apprenticeship Scheme, Fixed term contract (3 years)

Starting 5th September 2022

Based in: Purfleet, Essex

 

Do you have some experience of metalwork? Are you interested in engineering? A career in scenic construction could be for you…

The ROH stages over 500 performances a year and our backstage teams are some of the best theatre craftspeople in the world. We want to give everyone the opportunity to get involved in this creative, exciting and growing industry and we think apprenticeships are great way to get started. An apprenticeship gives you the practical skills and knowledge that will underpin your professional development and access to a network of people who can guide and support you during your career.

What our apprentices say:

“I found the fact that I was able to learn and achieve a qualification whilst being paid was very useful. Also, being able to learn on-site experience is extremely important. I feel it`s more than just the qualification.”

This year we will offer a Scenic Metalwork apprenticeship on a fixed-term contract for 3 years, full-time (42.5 hours per week) based at our workshops in Purfleet, Essex.

This will include study with South Essex College for a Level 3 Engineering Manufacture Apprenticeship.

Will I be paid?

Yes! £20,995 a year before tax, rising by 2.5% after successfully completing the first year. Apprentices are expected to use this to pay for their own travel to work and college. College fees will also be paid by the ROH.

Am I eligible?

1. You must be 18 years old or over on the start date

2. Not have completed a university degree or equivalent level qualification in the UK or elsewhere

3. Have work authorisation for the UK

4. You must have a 3 GCSEs (or equivalent) at Grade C or above including Maths, English and a Science.

How to apply:

A full job description, supporting material and application is available on our website: https://recruitment.roh.org.uk/vacancyView.php?requirementId=4333

The Royal Opera House is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment in which everyone can thrive. We welcome applications from those who are currently under represented in our workforce; in particular, those who are ethnically diverse and/or disabled. As a Disability Confident Employer, we guarantee to interview all disabled applicants who meet the essential minimum criteria for our vacancies.

If you have any questions, please contact the HR Department at hr.recruitment@roh.org.uk. You can also contact us if you have any access needs for making an application.

For further information, you can also take a look at the Apprenticeship page on our website here: www.roh.org.uk/apprenticeships

Closing date for applications: 8am Tuesday 7th June 2022

 

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Scenic Artist Apprentice

Apprenticeship Scheme, Fixed term contract (2 years)

Starting 5th September 2022

Based in: Purfleet, Essex

 

Are you good at painting and drawing and working with colour? Do you have an interest in visual art? A career as a scenic artist could be for you…

The ROH stages over 500 performances a year and our backstage teams are some of the best theatre craftspeople in the world. We want to give everyone the opportunity to get involved in this creative, exciting and growing industry and we think apprenticeships are great way to get started. An apprenticeship gives you the practical skills and knowledge that will underpin your professional development and access to a network of people who can guide and support you during your career.

What our apprentices say:

“I found the fact that I was able to learn and achieve a qualification whilst being paid was very useful. Also, being able to learn on-site experience is extremely important. I feel it`s more than just the qualification.”

This year we will offer a Scenic Artist apprenticeship on a fixed-term contract for 2 years, full-time (42.5 hours per week) based at our workshops in Purfleet, Essex.

This will include study towards the Level 3 Scenic Artist Apprenticeship standard.

Will I be paid?

Yes! £20,995 a year before tax, rising by 2.5% after successfully completing the first year. Apprentices are expected to use this to pay for their own travel to work and college. College fees will also be paid by the Royal Opera House.

Am I eligible?

1. You must be 18 years old or over on the start date

2. Not have completed a university degree or equivalent level qualification in the UK or elsewhere

3. Have work authorisation for the UK

How to apply:

A full job description, supporting material and application is available on our website: https://recruitment.roh.org.uk/vacancyView.php?requirementId=4339

The Royal Opera House is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment in which everyone can thrive.

We welcome applications from those who are currently under represented in our workforce; in particular, those who are ethnically diverse and/or disabled. As a Disability Confident Employer, we guarantee to interview all disabled applicants who meet the essential minimum criteria for our vacancies.

If you have any questions, please contact the ROH Recruitment team at hr.recruitment@roh.org.uk. You can also contact us if you have any access needs for making an application.

For further information, you can also take a look at the Apprenticeship page on our website here: www.roh.org.uk/apprenticeships

Closing date for applications: 8am Tuesday 7th June 2022

Ian Dunn Woodwork & Design - London, Greater London, UK SE22 9BN | Houzz

WE ARE HIRING- CABINET MAKERS 

We are an Award Winning Workshop , established in London for over 30 years, designing and making fine bespoke furniture for exclusive homes. 

We are based in South East London with over 7 000 sq. feet of fully equipped workshop space. 

Most of our projects are in the Central London area. 

The Job:

We are currently recruiting for  Cabinet Makers to join our team of skilled craftsmen to work in our workshop manufacturing bespoke cabinets to an excellent standard. 

This exciting position for a newly qualified Cabinet Maker and offers training and guidance from our  Master Craftsmen and an opportunity to work on a variety of innovative projects with a good salary. 

Key Skills:

  • Enthusiasm and dedication to progress in a  cabinet making career. 
  • Good Knowledge of Bench work and machinery .  
  • An understanding of and ability to work from drawings  
  • An ability to follow instructions and organise your time and work efficiently  
  • An ability to work on initiative as well as part of a team. 
  • Good Communication skills 
  • Own hand tools . 

 

This is a full time and permanent PAYE position with a Pension and incentives for progression. 

Pay is on an hourly rate dependent on skill and experience.  

APPLY WITH YOUR CV TO – Info@iandunn.com  

www.iandunn.com 

Apprentice (Stone Masonry & Construction)

Universal Stone Limited – Battlesbridge, Essex

Offering: full-time working/study apprenticeship to achieve Level 2 Stonemasonry Standard

Working hours: Monday to Friday

Expected duration: 2-year programme of study plus ‘end-point assessment’.

 

Due to ongoing expansion and new projects, an exciting vacancy has arisen for an apprentice to work in the Sudbury area. The ideal candidate would be conveniently located, to be able to access the live restoration project within the Sudbury area and to spend time training and working within our USL workshop in Battlesbridge, Essex.

 

USL is pleased to offer the following opportunities for an Apprentice (Stonemasonry)

· To work and train on prestigious historical buildings and landmarks in the South East.

· To work closely with a designated mentor and other USL employees on live projects that will help you develop a portfolio of college and workplace projects to reflect your training and study.

· Restoring buildings and monuments to their original condition

· Learn key techniques in stone masonry, restoration, and conservation. As well as develop a better understanding of working with stone as a building material through using a range of architectural components (hand & power tools).

· Train in aspects related to constructing and repairing stone (specific pathways available including banker, heritage and fixer)

· Train on Quality Assurance procedures and standards

· Assist with the organisation of materials, plant and resources.

 

Topics Covered:

As part of your apprenticeship, you will also learn; health & safety, quality assurance, sustainability and environmental considerations, building regulations, repair and restoration of stone structures and carved work, knowledge of working with listed and historic buildings and structures.

 

Skills required to succeed in this role:

· Willingness to learn, act with integrity and work as a team player

· Good communication skills

· Numeracy and the ability to understand technical plans

· Attention to detail

· Motivated with positive can-do attitude

 

Entry Requirements:

Apprentices without level 1 English and maths will need to achieve this level and apprentices without level 2 English and maths will need to take the tests for this level prior to taking the end-point assessment.

 

THE COMPANY:

Universal Stone Ltd. is a premier provider of high-end specialist construction and restoration services, having been in existence since 1939.

Our reputation stems from a wealth of experience built over many years in the conservation and heritage building industry and, above all, the talent of our people. We have a collective expertise that

few can match including; highly skilled craftspeople, artisans, engineers and professional construction professionals with widely divergent backgrounds, experience and expertise.

Our highly acclaimed portfolio speaks for itself, including landmark projects on listed buildings, castles, places of worship, commercial, new builds, academies, museums, monuments, and structures of social significance.

 

ROLE DETAILS:

· Full time, Permanent

· Study in partnership with Building Craft College (London E15 1AH)

· Suggested working hours 07:00 – 16:30, but may require longer hours occasionally as workload & deadlines dictate

· Travel, as required

· Competitive package including dedicated mentoring and career progression.

 

To Apply: Kindly send your CV to sara.geyer@universalstone.co.uk or contact the head office on:
01245 326 721

Feel free to contact USL to find out more about this exciting skilled role in construction. One of our friendly team members will be pleased to offer additional background information on the occupation of stonemasonry and our work dedicated to preserving buildings of significant importance.

EDM - London | LinkedIn

Job description: Assistant Commercial Manager / Junior Estimator

 

EDM
EDM London is an interior fit-out contractor specialized in stone and marble and delivering projects for the ultra-prime market: high-end private residences, luxury residential developments, 5 stars hotels, and boutiques for prestigious brands. EDM has now become one of the major players on the London construction market and is the privileged partner of renowned architects & interior designers as well as major luxury brands worldwide. EDM is also part of the EDM Group and Ateliers de France Group which have offices all around the world, amongst other Paris, USA, Hong Kong, Middle East, Monaco, Brazil, Switzerland.

 

The Estimator will be involved in the following daily tasks which all lead to the company securing newprojects. He / she will report to the Commercial manager for all matters regarding pricing.

 

Pricing and measurements: Assist the Commercial Manager in following the tender process for each project which is being priced by EDM London and help produce EDM quotations.

– Analysis of the documents received within the tender enquiry from the Main contractors / Clients in order to identify the project scope of work and organise the project pricing.
– Quantities measurements: relevant stone items to identify and quantities to take off from the architects or designers drawings provided in the tender pack in order to prepare the pricing schedule.
– Suppliers’ consultation and selection: relevant stone suppliers to contact and to send pricing enquiries in order to establish supply & manufacturing budgets.
– Pricing and preparation of the quotation: estimation of the project’s budget filling the pricing schedule matrix with unit rates for each item.
– Preparation of the required tender documents which will be submitted with the EDM Offer: clarification notes relating to the tender, marked up scope drawings, draft program, and materials’ schedule.

 

Commercial Team Assistance in various daily tasks: Assist the Commercial team in various business development and organizational tasks.

Showroom and samples: Ensure samples delivery with the assistance of the Procurement
Coordinator. Arrange and keep track of the issued samples.
– In coordination with the Procurement Coordinator, ensure that the showroom is maintained to
a professional standard, relevant to a high-end market contractor and suitable to receive
clients.
– Materials database: Monthly regular updates with updated stone rates and supplier’s
information from Project Managers and Procurement Team.
– Unit prices database: regular updates.
– Business development: Maintain relationships with existing clients and get in touch with
potential new clients and designers.
– Improvement and regular updates of EDM communication tools (brochures, website,
social networks).

 

Knowledge / Skills / Qualifications required:
– Last year or gap year of engineering school diploma.
– Previous internship in the construction industry would be a plus.
– English fluent.
– Excellent Excel and Word skills.
– Good AutoCAD skills would be a plus

 

Various
– Duration: 6 months minimum preferably.
Position based in our central London office, Monday – Friday, 9am – 6pm.
EDM London
27 Kelso Place
London W8 5QG
www.edm-london.com

Salary: to be discussed. Travel Expenses for London Zone 1 & 2 will be reimbursed.

Contact
– Please send your CV and cover letter to larissa.murerwa@edm-london.com

 

Meet The Team - JACK MORRIS

Workshop Assistant

We’re looking for a hard working workshop assistant to join our small team, based in the seaside town of Ramsgate.

Our ideal team mate will need to be reliable and have a passion for all things carpentry and joinery, dependent on your level of experience we will offer tuition and training, covering all the techniques you’ll need to know and the skills to use our machinery.

You’ll need to be available for 4 days a week, a UK driving license is preferable, we are a living wage employer. To find out more please send us a CV and a short paragraph telling us how you’d be perfect for the job to jack@jackmorrisbespoke.co.uk, titling your email Workshop

Application by 1st June 2022.

Check out our work @https://www.jackmorrisbespoke.co.uk/ or www.JackMorrisBespoke.co.uk

Please see attached poster:

Jack Morris Bespoke We’re Hiring A4 Print Out

Scena Ltd | LinkedIn

Bench Joiner Vacancy

Don’t miss this opportunity for skilled Bench Joiners/Exhibition Carpenters/Cabinet Makers to work with Scena on a variety of unique projects in a fast-paced and stimulating environment.

Scena is one of the UK’s leading creative construction, set design, props, staging, exhibition and manufacture companies with over 30 years in the business.

Based in Croydon, we design and build sets for television, film, museums, theatres, conferences, exhibitions and the music industry (see our website for more information: www.scenapro.com). Our clients include well known ionic brands all over the world.

We require Bench Joiners, Exhibition Carpenters and Cabinet Makers with immediate start.
Skills Required:
• Experience in the conference, exhibition, shop fitting industries is preferred, or the
willingness to learn
• The ideal candidate will be apprenticeship-served, minimum one year
• You must be self-motivated, able to work under your own initiative and to deadlines
• Flexible regarding working hours
• You must be reliable, punctual and on time
• Ideally, you will live within a 45 minute commute from Croydon, CR40
Benefits:
• Remuneration is negotiable, subject to experience.
• Long run of work
• Opportunities for international travel
• On-site parking
• Great place to grow, learn and contribute
How to apply for the role:
If you have the skills and experience required for this position, please forward covering letter and / or CV and a contact telephone number to emma@scenapro.com
We are a committed equal opportunities employer and welcome all applications.
You must be eligible to work in the UK.
12 Imperial Way, Croydon, CR0 4RR
http://www.scenapro.com/

The Collective

About Us:

The Collective is a family run business with offices in Shoreditch and Folkestone, specialising in the supply and installation of acoustic panels.
As a current team of 22, we currently have 6 open positions in our team of fitters and wanted to share this opportunity with you and your colleagues in the hope you may know graduates that may be looking for an enjoyable and rewarding workplace to grow their career with.

Our work is mainly in London, often in regional cities of the UK and sometimes in Europe. To give you an idea of the work we do, current clients include TikTok, Google, Apple, Sony, Dolby and Nike.

The projects we install require attention to detail, a strong work ethic, problem solving and a good attitude as the fitter team are the face of the company to our customers.

The company is firmly set with sustainability always in mind. All of our products are made from minimum 60% recycled materials, we are committed to reaching net zero by 2030 and offer atake back program where we recycle old panels into new products.

We work hard, but have a good time. The current team is energetic and driven, and I do believe they genuinely love working with us.

 

Vacancy description:

Seeking 6 energetic, enthusiastic and hard working candidates to join our team installing
acoustic panels to walls, ceilings of office buildings.

Location:
Our factory is in Biggleswade, the office is in Shoreditch but most work will be carried out in Central London, as such we are looking for team members living in London. You will be working closely with our in house project management team to complete the delivery of projects of various sizes, for well known clients.

Package offered:
Competitive Salary based on experience
25 days holiday + Xmas
Private healthcare after successful probation completion
Excellent progression plan

Essential Qualification requirements:
CSCS – Ideally Blue card (skilled worker) or White card (PHMES/Decorating/plumbing/
academic) and above.
*NOTE – PHMES = Plumbing, heating, mechanical engineering services
Successful applicants must have excellent standard of work and attention to detail as precise cutting and fitting is imperative to our service levels and project delivery

Nice to have’s but not essential:
First Aid
PASMA
Working at Height
Manual Handling

Please contact Nick @thecollective.agency to apply or find out more information.

Sky - Legal Counsel (Technology, Media & Enterprise) - BSN Jobs Board

Fresh out of sixth form or college, or soon to be? Want to take your
first steps into an amazing career as a technician in production?

Join our 12-month Ignite programme at Sky Studio’s Elstree.

Sky Studios Elstree based in Borehamwood is due to open soon. Our new studios will become home to a host of
Sky Originals, created by Sky Studios, as well as major film productions from Universal Pictures, and television
series from Universal Studio Group.

Be part of the team from start to finish filming and producing amazing shows that are watched nationwide.

Set Lighting Operations Technician
In this role, you’ll be responsible for the setup, operation and maintenance of lighting systems and equipment.

• You’ll be part of a team responsible for the safe delivery and operation of lighting equipment to
support Sky Original TV studio productions.
• Get to work closely with clients working at Sky Studios Elstree and other members of the lighting
team to support the creative vision of the production.

Set Rigging Yard Technician
You’ll play a vital role in supporting our team to ensure that mechanical rigs are implemented safely, assembling,
and disassembling equipment such as scaffolding; cables; and ropes.

• Riggers collaborate with various departments to create custom structures and deliver first-class
service to support clients’ production needs.
• You’ll need to maintain highly accurate and efficient rigs as safety is paramount at Sky.

Requirements: For anyone aged 18 or over by October 2022 that is not currently studying at university or a
graduate.

Deadline to apply: The current closing date for applications is 8th May 2022. We may need to close this role
early, so we encourage interested applicants to apply as soon as possible.

So why wait? Apply below.

Expected to start in October 2022

Set Lighting Operations Technician – Borehamwood

Set Rigging Yard Technician – Borehamwood

Got a question? Email us directly at earlycareers@sky.uk

timberwright

Temporary Work Opportunities 2022

We are a small company, based near Berkhamsted in Hertfordshire, specialising in the design and build of bespoke timber structures. Our work is contemporary and design led but is fundamentally based on the use of traditional carpentry skills and the expression of craftsmanship. We follow the mantra that ‘buildings are large pieces of furniture’ and aim to bring that level of design consideration, detailing and finish to each project regardless of scale.

Due to an upcoming project, we have temporary work opportunities between June and August this year. The work on this project will be almost entirely site based and is located in Hertfordshire. Candidates should have their own transport, be self-motivated and happy to work in a small team. Some experience of construction site work would be beneficial. Familiarity and safe working practice with hand and power tools is a pre-requisite.

We are happy to consider candidates with different levels of skill/experience and on the job training/supervision will be available. Depending on workload, ongoing opportunities may be available.

In the first instance, please call me to discuss this further if you are enthusiastic about this kind of work and feel you share our ethos.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Andrew Trotman

Tel 07779 280766

Email enquiries@timberwright.co.uk

james burleigh

– Furniture Maker

James Burleigh ltd is a design led company providing contemporary furniture solutions for the modern workplace, education and hospitality sector. We aim to make products that reflect the aesthetic of great design, beautiful craftsmanship, sustainability and functionality. James Burleigh has personally been designing and making furniture for over 30 years. In 2012 he relocated from a small design studio to a large workshop in London NW10 in order to fully harmonise the design and manufacturing processes.

Due to growth and an expansion into European and American markets we are looking for another furniture maker/wood machinist to seamlessly blend in within our friendly workshop.

Job role:

You will be responsible for producing either one-off or multiple high end furniture pieces for the contract market within a team or by yourself from material selection through to final finishing.

All relevant training will be given to bring you up to speed as quickly as possible. Every employee gets full training on each equipment and tool whether experienced or not.

All applicants are given everything they need to do their work. Tools, and all PPE are provided.

You will work Monday-Friday and will earn an hourly rate dependent on your experience and skill level.

Job Type: Full-time

Employed as PAYE with full benefits of company pension and Holiday pay.

What are we looking for?

· An extensive knowledge of hand tools and workshop machinery preferred, or completed courses in such.

· Someone who takes pride in the quality of their work

· The ability to follow instruction, be hardworking, punctual and reliable. Able to organise your time and work efficiently to meet deadlines

· A good level of English both written and spoken.

If you are interested in this position, please email your CV, a cover letter and any images of work to production @jamesburleigh.co.uk

Apprentice Stone Masonry / Brick Restorer

Permanens Limited are looking for an Apprentice Stone/Masonry/Brick Restorer.

Who are we?

We are a specialist main contractor originally founded in 1930 based in London. We provide and manage a complete package of property refurbishment, restoration and maintenance for our clients. This includes façade cleaning, stone masonry restoration and repair, concrete and structural repairs, redecoration works, roofing, plumbing and joinery works.

We work on heritage buildings and listed properties throughout London including castles and special structures, ecclesiastical buildings, residential properties, commercial offices, colleges and universities and government buildings.

Our team has a specialised knowledge of the various trades involved in building refurbishment, restoration and management.

The Role

This apprenticeship will cover training in all aspects of both stone and brick restoration. This will be achieved through training given on site alongside the completion of an NVQ level qualification at college with the support of an assigned college assessor.

Our sites are based in and around London, therefore, you will need to be prepared to travel to and from site on a daily basis. During your training, there will be a travel allowance supplied to support this. Our site hours are generally 07:30am – 15:30pm. All sites are accessible by public transport.

Salary will be based around the apprentice wage banding.

Desired Skills and Qualifications

  • Good level of maths and English skills
  • General understanding of basic health and safety training
  • Able to work with materials associated with the stone restoration and brick laying trade

Personal Attributes

  • Committed with a desire to learn and develop themselves
  • Reliable with good time management skills
  • Able to work as part of a team with good communication skills
  • Proactive and keen to use their initiative to problem solve when required
  • Good attention to detail and conscious of producing good quality work

 

If you wish to apply for this vacancy, please contact:

ab@permanensltd.com

http://www.permanensltd.com/

 

Job title – Site fitter / joiner

Job Types: Full-time, Freelance
Salary: £22.00 per hour

Job description –
In Joinery are looking for highly trained joiners to assist with a number of projects and installations in West London on a freelance basis. We take pride in our ability to combine both traditional and contemporary techniques from the design through to the making and fitting. We are experts in creating the perfect fit for our clients’ space. We supply and install joinery for leading fit-out companies, developers, and architects as well as custom one-off residential projects direct to the client. If you are a newly qualified carpenter / joiner and believe this role could be a good fit for you, then please get in touch!

Job spec –
Duties include but not limited to –
– Knowledge of the different types of wood and ability to select the right material for the job
– Understanding technical drawings and how your work will fit within the building
– Measuring and marking joinery materials according to technical designs
– Confident with all power tools and hand tools used on site
– Liaising with client, other trades, and sub-contractors
– Conducting quality checks – ensuring high standards
– Producing progress reports for senior managers
– Accurate record keeping of job progression including health and safety hazards, snags etc
– Maintaining clean and tidy site

Person spec –
– Knowledge of building and construction
– Take pride in your work
– Astute attention to detail
– Strong English language skills, both written and verbal
– Polite and professional disposition reflecting brand values
– Ability to provide good customer service and maintain strong working relationships
– Good communicator
– Natural problem solver
– Possess strong organizational and time management skills
– Be a team player
– Work on your own initiative
– Patient and ability to remain calm in stressful situations

Must have –
– Reference/s

Education –
Woodworking qualification beneficial but not essential

Email CV to: isaac@injoinery.com

Tate- Conservation Technician, Workshop

Opportunity type:Fixed-term, Full-time

Working hours:36 hours per week

Salary:£23,536 per annum

Location:London

Closing date:10 April 2022 at midnight

We are looking for a motivated Technician who has carpentry skills to join our Paintings, Frames & Workshop Conservation team. This is an exciting new opportunity to become part of our highly skilled Conservation Workshop team. Working across Conservation, you will work flexibly to provide technical support for all areas of Tate’s Exhibitions, & Displays, Loans and Acquisitions programmes.

This is practical role where day-to-day you will work on or construct supporting elements for the collection, providing innovative solutions for its conservation and preservation. You will care for, handle, prepare and maintain artworks and their associated components for safe storage, transit, installation and display. You will work as part of a team under supervision and independently on a broad range of conservation activities and provide specialist technical assistance and advice for the artworks in Tate’s Collection and Care.

It is essential you hold a recognised City & Gilds qualification in carpentry and joinery or cabinet making or equivalent. You will have demonstrable practical experience with broad range of developed craft skills including carpentry, metalworking and machine maintenance. It is key to have good problem-solving skills and to be an effective communicator.

The role is based at Tate Stores, with flexibility to travel between all Tate sites, to support Tate’s programme.

Please note this position is offered on 2 fixed term contracts 1 for 10 months and 1 for 12 months.

Successful candidates will have access to a range of benefits, including 25 days annual leave entitlement, rising to 27 days pro rata after 3 years of service; an extra day off for your birthday each year; a cycle to work scheme; opportunities for blended and flexible working; free access to Tate exhibitions and other museums and galleries; Life Assurance; and a ‘Defined Contribution’ pension scheme with generous employer contributions. Successful candidates who are already members of the Civil Service Pension Scheme or have recently left the scheme may be eligible to remain as members of this scheme instead.

Our jobs are like our galleries, open to all

If you wish to apply for this vacancy, please apply online using this link:

https://workingat.tate.org.uk/pages/job_search_view.aspx?jobId=8900&JobIndex=2&categoryList=&workingPatternList=&locations=&group=&keywords=&PageIndex=1&Number=20

Please Note: Candidates will be asked to bring a portfolio of work showcasing work relevant to role in the interview. Interviews will be in person. Candidates will be given a carpentry practical test.

 

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BD Building Projects

An exciting opportunity for all carpenters wanting to explore OZ & NZ.

Want to test the waters before you settle into one spot, or keen to work as you travel?

With carpentry divisions in Sydney, Melbourne and New Zealand, you’ll have the freedom to explore this beautiful side of the world without any worries.

If you are interested, please contact recruitment@bdbuilding.com.au

www.bdbuilding.com.au

SALTY BESPOKE INTERIORS

We Are HIRING!

Skilled worker/ Cabinet maker

32 hours a week near Bournemouth

Pay to be negotiated depending on experience & skill level.

We are looking for a creative and enthusiastic person to join Salty down in Bournemouth, as a Junior Cabinet Maker.

You will need to have a keen eye for detail, the basic understanding of woodworking and a hardworking attitude.

Send your CV to :
saltybespokeinteriors@gmail.com

Woodworking Tutor

Reporting to: CEO

Hours: Ideally 3 days / 22.5 hours per week but we are happy to consider applicants who would prefer to work 1 or 2 days per week / fewer than 22.5 hours per week.

There is the opportunity for working hours to increase as the charity expands

Some flexible working possible around core operating hours.

Salary: Salary scale £26k-£28k per annum, pro rata. Depending on qualifications and experience.

Location: Roseberry Road, Bath BA2 3DX

About The Woodworks Project

The Woodworks Project runs Furniture and Upholstery workshop projects from our professionally equipped workshops. The projects are designed to help those who have faced difficulties through their mental or physical health or history of addiction, to move forward in their lives in a friendly, relaxed and supportive environment.

We aim to create as realistic a work experience as possible for our clients, doing genuinely meaningful and engaging work in structured full-day sessions. The people who come to our projects work on making, renovating and upholstering furniture. Along the way, they will learn all the woodworking and upholstery skills needed to produce work to a high standard from our experienced and expert tutors.

Woodworking Tutor

Purpose of the Role

The role of the Woodworking Tutor is to create a workshop environment that is inclusive, support-ive and unpressured and teach woodworking and furniture making skills to a professional standard in a way that is achievable and stimulating for each client.

Clients who attend our workshops, join with us a variety of needs and benefit from our programme in different ways. The role may involve making accommodations to ensure all clients can partici-pate fully in our projects.

The role involves working closely with our Wellbeing Officer, who provides pastoral care to our cli-ents. The Wellbeing Officer and others within the charity will provide support and training to the Upholstery Tutor to help them understand the needs and work through how to best tailor tuition to support clients’ needs.

For more details, please contact David Melling at: david@thewoodworksproject.org

DSA Production Services Ltd

We are an events based company and work on live launches for large brands. We build fashion
shows, product launches, parties and award shows. We are based in Isleworth, TW7 6EU. We
have a carpentry workshop that builds the sets for our events. Our production team also takes
care of al technical elements such as lighting and sound

Job type :
Full time
Mon – Friday / 8am – 5pm
The candidate would be expected to work overtime occasionally in evenings and week-ends.
Overtime paid.Salary : £20-£25K – dependent on experience
Holidays : 4 x weeks + 8 Bank Holidays

Job details:
Carpentry assistant

About this role: we require a carpenter to join our team. We are looking for a dynamic, hard
working candidate to join us. That candidate will work in our workshop and on site, helping our
team build events. The majority of venues we work in are in London

Responsibilities:
– Helping build sets in workshop
– Painting / sanding
– Wrapping finished goods
– Offloading / loading trucks
– Drawing (this would be an advantage, but not necessary – we can train candidates to draw)
– On site carpentry work

Start:
Immediate
There is the opportunity with us to gain experience and promotion within our company to a
higher level. We are a small team and are very well known in our industry. This is a great job for
an ambitious carpenter.

www.dsaproductions.co.uk

E-mail : emma@dsaproductions.co.uk

 

 

 

 

 

 

COMPANY OVERVIEW

We make creative and engaging spaces for our clients; both in the design and in the way we build and construct them. We have an exciting opportunity to join an ambitious and dynamic making team integrated with a build and architect team.

CURRENT ROLE OPPORTUNITY

Job details:

Company: Fraher & Findlay

Job title: Joinery Technician + Finisher

Job Type: Freelance, Full Time, Monday – Friday, 8AM – 5PM (1 hour lunch)

Location: London, SE13 7UX

Sector: Design, Architecture, Construction, Fabrication, Joinery.

About this role:

Due to increased workload we are looking for a full-time joinery technician + finisher. Working alongside Joe you will be part of our build and fabrication side of F&F.

Responsibilities Duties include but not limited to:

  • Responsibility for managing and executing the finishing of the output of the workshop.
  • Experience in spraying 2 pack polyurethane (opaque, stains and clear) plus all associated preparation. Skill in brush applied finishing is an advantage.
  • Wrapping and protecting finished joinery ready for transport to site.
  • Ensuring the spray booth and pre areas are clean and tidy at all times.
  • To follow all Health & Safety processes and procedures for the workshop and its contents.
  • Management of all spray booth stock materials and project-specific finishes
  • Management and safe disposal of waste materials from finishing processes
  • Role to include approximately 2 days per month on-site based finishing tasks
  • As required general workshop duties on the fabrication side, including running the CNC under supervision, edge-banding, finishing and assembling of joinery.

Start Date:

ASAP, applicants being interviewed in the coming weeks. We are looking for a candidate with a focus on a long term position with excellent opportunity for growth within the business.

http://www.fraherandfindlay.com/

mail@fraherandfindlay.com

Role Overview – Apprentice at Proportion London

Proportion London is a global visual merchandising services company, designing and manufacturing
high-quality, innovative display solutions for leading high-end and high street brands and museums. We
are part of Kesslers London, a design-led manufacturing company creating innovative displays and
retail experiences for brands and retailers across the world.

Proportion London descends from Siegel and Stockman. Founded in France in 1867 by Frederick
Stockman, he began trading in Great Britain in the early 1920s, manufacturing hand-crafted Papiermâché bust forms and torsos for workrooms, couture house design studios and dressmakers’
showrooms. During the early part of the 20th century, department stores became big retail business
introducing the need for bust forms and display figures for their professional window-trimming teams.
This led to a huge increase in business and diversification into more display fixtures and fittings.

Today, we look beyond conventional retail, combining the latest technology with traditional techniques
and have over 150 years of experience to produce interesting and market-leading products.
Experienced teams of sculptors, model makers and artists ensure that every detail of Proportion’s
product is perfect. Crafting from the finest materials, our entirely handmade product remains unrivalled.
As well as high-quality manufacturing, our services include design disciplines which we offer
individually, or as a complete service.

Unlike agencies and sourcing companies, our in-house capabilities enable us to seamlessly manage
projects from start-to-finish, providing customers with transparent production plans, on-site quality
assurance and confidence in our project control.
The team at Proportion don’t just build products—we create the kind of wonder that’s revolutionised the
visual merchandising industry. It’s the diversity of those people and their ideas that encourages the
innovation that runs through everything we create.

We are looking for an apprentice to join our team of artisan crafters who can learn all aspects of the
mannequin manufacture, gaining a well-rounded training from an experienced mentor within the team
and developing to specialise in one of the disciplines.

Some of the disciplines which will be learned are:
– developing a keen eye for perfection and best-in-class product.
– learning quality control processes and ensuring high standards are maintained
– lamination of fibreglass products
– first finishing: refining the product, by filling, sanding and assembling items
– moulding of parts for use in the final build
– casting products in different materials
– second finishing; making the base product perfect by and ready to progress to the final stage
– painting top coat finishes using a variety of techniques
– using a range of trade and specialist tools and techniques to create and refine product
– understanding the development process from concept through to delivery

The ideal candidate will be practical with an eye for detail and high standards and a willingness to learn
new skills and hone them over time to become a valued member of the team.

Plantation Shutters Trainee Installer

Company Info:

Based in Battersea, London, Plantation Shutters Ltd was established in 1982 and has since
grown to become a reference in the shutter industry.

We supply and install a wide range of interior window shutters, combining experience with the best quality products available on the market to provide a unique service unmatched by any other shutter company in the UK.
Operating with a close all in-house team, we are able to guarantee a consistently friendly and high-quality service for our customers whilst providing the highest standard of shutters at accessible prices. As a mid-sized company, applicants with ambition will find a place to grow their roles in exciting directions that suit their strengths and help the company
expand. In a fun and sometimes fast paced setting, our office, warehouse, and showroom operate from a collective site where teams across the company cross paths and gather to debrief and socialise.

Introduction:
Plantation Shutters, London’s leading Shutter company, are looking to recruit an eager and practical
trainee shutter installer to join our busy fitting team.

Job Description:
An enthusiastic, practical minded person will thrive in this role which is ideal for someone looking to
train in the interior wooden shutters trade on a Monday to Friday salaried basis.

Good DIY skills and the ability to work hard and as part of a team is essential. You will be attending
booked appointments at clients’ homes in a fully equipped company van so you will need to be well
presented, have good communication skills and a Full UK clean driving licence. An NVQ in carpentry
or other relevant work experience would be useful for this role.

As a wooden interior shutter installer, you will be joining a well-established company that can offer a
stable, permanent full-time job for the right candidate.

Skills/ requirements
The right candidate will:
– Hold a Full UK Clean Driving Licence
– Have good DIY skills and be confident using power tools
– Be presentable as the face of our ever expanding and innovative company.
– Work well as a team.

The right candidate may:
– Have experience and ideally a qualification in carpentry, joinery or a similar trade position.
– Have experience dealing with customers or clients directly.
– Be looking to expand their skill set to advance within the team and company.

Salary:
£17,000 – £24,000 per annum Dependent on experience

Benefits:
Company pension
Company events with a social team
Clean work premises and facilities
An opportunity to work for industry leaders
A fun and relaxed working environment with an all-in-house team
Open company structure with new ideas for expansion welcomed
Long term security with ability to gain promotion
Great career opportunity

Applicants should provide an up to date CV and covering letter with contact details.
Due to the volume of applications, only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

Applications should be sent directly to this email enquiries@plantation-shutters.co.uk 

HOUSE OF TWENTY | Scandinavian Danish Mid century Furniture & Vintage Lighting | East London

H O U S E  O F  T W E N T Y

PART TIME / FLEXIBLE – FURNITURE RESTORATION
ROLES AVAILABLE

We are looking for x 3 furniture restorers to join the team in our
Scandinavian mid-century furniture workshop in Clapton, E5

Please contact Natalie at orders houseoftwenty.com for details.

 

Harmony Fire - World Leading Fire Protection

Job Description – Fire Safety Surveyor

Due to exponential growth, we have a rewarding performance-focused career opportunity for a Fire and Safety Trainee Surveyor to join our team.

The role is a full-time role predominately field based work supported from our Sherborne project office.

Harmony is a high energy, talent-driven organization, started with the intention to give people who didn’t want to be held back by preconceived ideas the chance to prove that they could do extraordinary things, that their glass ceiling could be broken…..

The role is suited to any ambitious person who is looking to progress their experience and work in a company that supports ambitious people to achieve great outcomes.

The ideal candidate will be an enthusiastic person, someone who wants to prove they can do outstanding work, find a better way to do what we do, yet keen to learn and has a willingness to help and have fun as part of the team.

A willingness to travel will be essential as part of the role.

Harmony is a fire and security engineering contractor working nationwide across all industry sectors providing a fully comprehensive fire safety package to clients. Harmony has a very diverse customer base and a key requirement will be a passion to learn new skills and embrace the opportunity to cross train with colleagues.

Harmony is at the forefront of modern business methodology and is offering a heavily performance orientated package with great opportunities for any enthusiastic individual who believes in hard work and achieving high levels of customer service.

 

Key aspects of the role

The key responsibilities will include, but will not be limited to:

· Carrying out fire door surveys & fire compartmentation surveys to enable project teams to accurately price and plan remedial works.

· To carry out auditing on completion of any remedial works by project teams to ensure original work scope has been achieved and that all works have been done in accordance with relevant technical guidance from manufacturers and accreditation bodies.

· To provide informal advice to customer’s fire officers and maintenance surveyors to ensure opportunities to improve fire safety are not missed and that basic awareness of fire stopping/fire door principles is understood.

· Accurately recording all activities on company software system including capturing photos and updating asset records.

 

Key requirements

· Relevant industry qualification ie, FDIS, BM Trada Q Mark Fire Door Maintenance or Firas Fire Door Training.

· Full UK Driving license.

· Good understanding of Fire Doors & Fire Stopping principles

· Confident and outgoing personality with excellent interpersonal skills.

· Good working knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, Etc.)

· Good time management and ability to cope with pressure and manage own workload and work to deadlines.

· Willingness to learn, act with integrity and work as a team player.

· Motivated and enthusiastic individual with positive can-do attitude

 

Employment Package – Competitive Basic Salary (Reviewed every three months)

– Peer Review Bonus Input (up to 50% over base salary)

– Unlimited Holiday Provision

– Flexible working hours

– Laptop & Mobile Provided

– Lunch Provided. Breakfast & Evening meal also provided when travelling or working early/late.

– Bespoke Career Development Plan including Training

– Extended Career Opportunities

– Auto Enrolment Pension Scheme

– Cycle to work scheme (offset against base salary)

– Company Vehicle provided if required

 

Health and Safety:

All employees have a responsibility to ensure that the workplace is safe for everyone by taking reasonable care not to do anything that might endanger themselves or others, either through their actions or lack of action, and to never act in a way that causes themselves of Harmony Fire to be in breach of the law. All employees are expected to consider, and take account of, the potential hazards and risks in everything they do whilst they are at work.

This job description sets out the main duties and responsibilities of the job-holder. It does not constitute an exhaustive or comprehensive description of duties and the job holder will be required to carry out any additional tasks as and when requested to do so.

Please contact – zoe.furzey@harmonyfire.co.uk

 

Harmony Fire - World Leading Fire Protection

Job Description – Site Assistant

Due to exponential growth, we have a rewarding performance-focused career opportunity for a Site Assistant to join our team.

The role is a full-time role predominately field based work supported from our Sherborne project office.

Harmony is a high energy, talent-driven organization, started with the intention to give people who didn’t want to be held back by preconceived ideas the chance to prove that they could do extraordinary things, that their glass ceiling could be broken.

The role is suited to any ambitious person who is looking to progress their experience and work in a company that supports ambitious people to achieve great outcomes.

The ideal candidate will be an enthusiastic person, someone who wants to prove they can do outstanding work, find a better way to do what we do, yet keen to learn and has a willingness to help and have fun as part of the team.

A willingness to travel will be essential as part of the role.

Harmony is a fire and security engineering contractor working nationwide across all industry sectors providing a fully comprehensive fire safety package to clients. Harmony has a very diverse customer base and a key requirement will be a passion to learn new skills and embrace the opportunity to cross train with colleagues.

Harmony is at the forefront of modern business methodology and is offering a heavily performance orientated package with great opportunities for any enthusiastic individual who believes in hard work and achieving high levels of customer service.

 

Key aspects of the role

The key responsibilities will include, but will not be limited to:

· Assist Carpenters/Site Supervisors on sites

· Ordering of materials

· Carrying out fire door surveys & fire compartmentation surveys to enable project teams to accurately price and plan remedial works.

· Clearing of sites when projects are complete

· Accurately recording all activities on company software system including capturing photos and updating asset records.

 

Key requirements

· Full UK Driving license.

· Confident and outgoing personality with excellent interpersonal skills.

· Good working knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, Etc.)

· Good time management and ability to cope with pressure and manage own workload and work to deadlines.

· Willingness to learn, act with integrity and work as a team player.

· Motivated and enthusiastic individual with positive can-do attitude

 

Employment Package – Competitive Basic Salary (Reviewed every three months)

– Peer Review Bonus Input (up to 50% over base salary)

– Unlimited Holiday Provision

– Flexible working hours

– Laptop & Mobile Provided

– Lunch Provided. Breakfast & Evening meal also provided when travelling or working early/late.

– Bespoke Career Development Plan including Training

– Extended Career Opportunities

– Auto Enrolment Pension Scheme

– Cycle to work scheme (offset against base salary)

– Company Vehicle provided if required

 

Health and Safety:

All employees have a responsibility to ensure that the workplace is safe for everyone by taking reasonable care not to do anything that might endanger themselves or others, either through their actions or lack of action, and to never act in a way that causes themselves of Harmony Fire to be in breach of the law. All employees are expected to consider, and take account of, the potential hazards and risks in everything they do whilst they are at work.

This job description sets out the main duties and responsibilities of the job-holder. It does not constitute an exhaustive or comprehensive description of duties and the job holder will be required to carry out any additional tasks as and when requested to do so.

Please contact – zoe.furzey@harmonyfire.co.uk

WEST & REID

JUNIOR CABINET MAKER – £23,000 – £28,000 depending on experience

West & Reid are a small but fast growing company in Brixton. We make stunning hand-built kitchens of the highest quality. All our kitchens are unique, so every job has its own challenges, making this an exciting place to work and learn.

We are looking for a full-time trainee/junior cabinet maker – to work alongside and learn from our senior joiners, with a view to staying for the long term, and building a career with West & Reid. You will be involved in all aspects of our work, so this is a great opportunity to learn and improve your skills.

The successful candidate will:

● have a few years experience in the industry, and/or qualifications/ has completed a bench joinery/ cabinet making course.

● know how to confidently set and and use workshop machinery such as a panel saw and planer thicknesser

● be responsible, punctual, tidy and polite

● have a good work ethic – be prepared to work late on occasions if the job requires.

● have a perfectionist’s eye for detail and be keen to learn

Contact Malcolm Weir on 07745553232 and malcolm@westandreid.co.uk

Westandreid.co.uk

Job Placement titleWorkshop Assistant

Location- thinkFOUND workshop (Unit 2, 11 Argall Ave, E10 7QE) 

Job Placement summary (Outline of the job description including key responsibilities and detail of the skills the young person will develop. Please provide as much detail as possible Please do not use bullet points) 

Join our woodworking workshop to make furniture from reclaimed wood/materials. We are a small but efficient and quality conscious operation working from our workshop in Leyton and taking orders via our website www.thinkfound.co.uk to make made-to-order tables and benches. 

At the beginning the candidate will be involved in every area of the business. They will start from the ground up being involved in each workstation on the production line to create products (tables and benches) we make. They will then have an understanding of the product and the environment in which the products are made which can inform their future learning to work on our production line. 

Areas include; Wood selection/managing wood stock. Use of deWalt Chop Saw to cut boards to length. Use of orbit sanders (festool and mirka) and drum sander machine to sand wood. Festool Domino joint to dominion join boards together also using glue and then clamps = table assembly. Finishing using wood stains, oils and waxes to finish items. Packing, packing items to be shipped out to customers.  

 

The main focus of development and role :  

Learning and mastering each area of the production line as mentioned above
Becoming self-sufficient to take part in morning meetings then to get on with the day’s work and managing your workload
Checking your quality of work and the final items being made to see if they are acceptable
Cleaning up the workshop
Maintaining tools and other equipment
Managing safety and working safely with others
Notifying staff of stock and consumables that need ordering
Assisting other colleagues as and when they need you

 

Essential skills, experience and qualifications:

Past experience using drills, saws, screws, painting / undertaking DIY. 
Good stamina and strength is a physical job.
Knowledge of wood and furniture.
Practical, logical thinker with safety at the forefront of their mind; we use dangerous machines and tools. 
We need you to work safely and efficiently and never to compromise on quality. 
Taking pride in your work, we cannot stress this enough. We make items for the public so they have to be their best. 
Calm temperament and able to work with others 

 

Working pattern and contracted hours (including any shift patterns) 

Mon 9-4pm (1pm-1.30pm lunch – 30mins, 10min breaks either side) 

Tue 9-3pm (1pm-1.30pm lunch – 30mins, 10min breaks either side) 

Thu 9-3pm (1pm-1.30pm lunch – 30mins, 10min breaks either side) 

Fri 9-3pm (1pm-1.30pm lunch – 30mins, 10min breaks either side) 

Hourly rate of pay is National Minimum/Living Wage 

Number of hours per week is 25

 

thinkFOUND will look to mentor the chosen candidate linking them with an industry professional to provide guidance and help them build their skills and network. 

thinkFOUND will train the candidate up on the job in each area of the role. 

All placements participate in fortnightly half-day enterprise, employability and resilience-building training at CRATE St James Street. Delivered by experienced facilitators, skills developed include written and spoken business communication, workplace behaviours, team-work, managing stressful situations and social media in a business context.

Email covering letter and CV to info@thinkfound.co.uk

 

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Bench Joiners /Cabinet Makers

This is an exciting opportunity to join our growing team at crabtree and hargreeves bespoke interiors in Aveley, Essex.

We specialise in producing cabinetry of all kinds with a focus on bespoke kitchens, our company holds a heritage in making furniture spanning generations. We’re a family-run business with each member of our team taking pride in their craftsmanship and as a whole we enjoy being able to oer a unique service for our clients by giving them the option to create anything they so wish, to our exacting standards with our specialist support.

We are in search of somebody who is passionate about this industry and self driven to produce the highest quality product for our valued customers.

We are in need of a cabinet maker that has an understanding of and is able to work from drawings, confidence and good knowledge in furniture, cabinet making techniques and
processes. Someone who is organised and has attention to detail with a good level of spoken and written English and a full uk driving licence (preferred but not necessary).

If you would like any more information on this job vacancy, please feel free to send us an email or give us a call.
We look forward to hearing from you.
01708 864 034
Please send your CV to enquiry@crabtreeandhargreeves.co.uk
Addressed to either Caitlyn or Brandon.

Bench Joiner Vacancies (December 2021)

We are a small family run joinery company based in Newdigate near Dorking, Surrey.
We have a large fully equipped workshop, from where we manufacture bespoke joinery for builders, architects & private individuals. Our work is varied & to a very high standard.

We are looking to recruit bench joiners, a good level of experience required, must be able to work on own initiative & be conscientious.

Hours: Monday – Friday 7.30am – 5pm
Rates of pay will be based on ability, but starting at £11.00 per hour
Please contact us on – 01306 631955 or email – hearnsjoinery@icloud.com

 

Shackadelic

We design and build beautiful garden rooms with Wood.

We are always looking for skilled carpenters who share our passion for exceptionally finished projects.

  • Ideally we would like to hear from you if you can confidently complete 1st or 2nd Fix work
  • We prefer carpenters with site experience
  • If you have your own tools, better still
  • If you also have your own vehicle

 

Jobs all over London

Good rates of pay, especially if you have your own tools and vehicle!

 

If you are interested please contact:

Ed 07748 657261 –  ed@shackadelic.co.uk

Pete 07850 089589 – pete@shackadelic.co.uk

Check our website www.shackadelic.co.uk

Instagram:@shackadelic.ltd

Dunhill Crafts person – Pipe Making

(Permanent Full-Time) 
Salary £25-27K per annum. 
The hours are 38 hours per week 

How Will You Make An Impact?

Dunhill are currently seeking a Crafts person in a woodworking environment to join our team in the Pipe Workshop at their established Walthamstow factory. 

  • To be part of and support a small team in the production of smoking pipes, and smokers’ accessories – this includes the use of machine and hand processes required in the pipe making operations  
  • To assist in Health & Safety on the site as required by the Production & Facilities Manager  
  • To undertake any other production tasks as required 

 

Key Accountabilities:

The White Spot pipe has over a 100 years of manufacturing heritage, maintaining the same craft processes to this day. The role is workshop based. The job holder will be trained in house to ensure a broad knowledge of processes such as hand filing, sandpapering, and scraping, use of rotary sanding machines, use of rotary burnishing and polishing machines, hand coloring and finishing, use of power saws and drilling equipment. 

Under the guidance of the Production Foreman, will need to carry out tasks, and ensure work is completed within pre-set standard times  

  • To ensure production processes are maintained to our high-quality standards
  • Assist in the machine settings as required for various processes
  • To have a thorough understanding of the production cycle
  • To be aware and comply fully with Health & Safety Standards
  • To assist in general and planned maintenance needs on the site

 

How Will You Experience Success With Us?

  • Solid understanding of a small workshop environment
  • Ideally come from a woodworking background, with at least a minimum basic knowledge of woodworking processes
  • Competent in the use of woodworking tools/machines/equipment
  • Basic technical competence such as reading drawings, using various measuring devices i.e.Vernier calliper’s  
  • Basic ability to setup machines and equipment for the various operations
  • Embrace the challenge of learning a very unique set of skills in the art of pipe making
  • Reliable and consistent – dedicated attitude
  • The learning cycle for making pipes is quite extensive – we require this individual to look at the long term prospects of his/her role  
  • Good communication skills

 

Learn More About Life At Richemont And Dunhill Below:  

https://www.linkedin.com/company/richemont/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtcz344eqsWvggwOnq-yljg https://www.youtube.com/user/alfreddunhill/featured 
https://www.whitespot.co.uk/history.asp
 

If you are interested, please send your CVs to Paul Coster paul.coster@walthamforest.gov.uk 

 

Chiltern Contracts 

Job Title – Apprentice Site Supervisor 

Reports To – Contracts Director, Contracts Manager 

Salary – Tba 

Hours – Approx 40 Hours Per Week  

Key TasksSite Supervision, Package Management, Health & Safety, Quality Management, And Other Reporting. 

Description An Apprentice Site Supervisor will shadow senior site staff who oversee the conduct of all works on Chiltern Contract’s sites They will be exposed to management and responsibility of site supervisors and operatives on site and coordinating delivery of the works package.  

They will work with Estimators and Contract Administrators to ensure that all aspects of the package are fully allowed for, records of materials and labor are kept, and that changes are communicated to relevant parties. They will be involved in monitoring and reporting on changes to site programme and resourcing and coordinating labor requirements.  

The Apprentice will learn a familiarity with site documentation, as well as the ability to record and submit quality, health and safety and environmental status reports, along with being in attendance at relevant site meetings (with the senior site staff).  

Other duties that the Apprentice will learn include tracking and monitoring all aspects of health & safety on site, logging incidents and near missesensuring compliance with quality in line with ISO 9001 and managing environmental responsibilities.  CSCS will be provided 

Chiltern Contracts are looking for a candidate to display the following attributes: 

  • Excellent attention to detail. Very well-developed negotiation and teamwork skills and the ability to motivate and lead members of the site team. Excellent administration skills. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Ability to use MS Word and Excel software packages. Ability to engage well with clients and stakeholders and build strong relationships. Experience and knowledge of managing either multiple projects or multiple stakeholders on single project. Experience of managing sub-contractors and the ability to create risk assessments. 

Website- https://www.chilterncontracts.com/case-studies 

Putney & Wood

Putney & Wood Stonemasons

Job Title: Apprentice Stone Mason

We are looking for 3 Apprentice Stone Masons. You will work under the direction and guidance of an experienced Supervisor or Craftsperson, carrying out all aspects of Stone Masonry working on new builds and refurbishment projects. The apprenticeship will be working towards a Level 2 Qualification in Stone Masonry.

What will it entail?

Learning the process of understanding drawings and work in accordance with specifications and reports

Installation of the following

Stainless Steel Plates and Fixings

Stone Ashlar Cladding

Stone Restoration

Stone Flooring

Attend college on a day release basis, and undertake any additional training as requested

 

What are we looking for ?

Need to be able to understand and follow instructions

Can work as part of a team

Good Knowledge of English and communication skills

Good Understanding of Maths

Willingness to always follow safety guidelines

Close attention to detail

Flexible in work activity’s, locations, and hours of work

Ability to work in external environments and work at height

 

To apply: Please send your CV to info@putneyandwood.co.uk

For more information on the company’s wide range of stonemasonry restoration and new-build projects, visit www.putneyandwood.co.uk.

Weber Industries

Job Details Site Carpenter/Builder 

Contract period: 23 August 2021 to 30 September 2021  

Contract type: Freelance  

Salary: Competitive, dependent on experience 

Location: London, SE16  

 

Weber Industries is a bespoke fabrication and design consultancy studio based in south-east London, working with architects, artists, designers, and private clients to realise a diverse range of projects.  

We are looking for a Site Carpenter/Builder to join our team on a fixed term basis. The Site Carpenter/Builder will work as part of a team on site in SE16 to construct a new, innovative modular building.  

Key tasks:

  • Bring knowledge of materials and processes relevant to site carpentry and general building
  • Current CSCS card, or equivalent qualification
  • Experience with site carpentry and general building
  • Awareness of health and safety regulations and best practice for compliance
  • Right to work in the UK without restrictions Application

 

Email Anna Bunting-Branch (Head of Administration) at anna@weberindustries.com  

We encourage early applications and reserve the right to close this advert when we have sufficient high-quality applications.

 

 

 

Apprentice Carpenter Job Description

– Assist in general carpentry work and preparation as directed
– As directed by the Line Manager to assist with storage, lifting, fetching supplies, unload and check deliveries
– Learn and practice essential carpentry skills on the job
– Maintain a safe work environment
– Maintain accurate worksheets and records/documentation associated with your work
– Contribute towards the smooth running of the team
– Liaise with line manager and other site workers and performing jobs as and when they are required, in accordance with contract/agreed requirements and within agreed time limits
– Immediately report problems/failures that may impact on the organisation and/or its clients/customers or which you think may effect health and safety to Line Manager.

Contact Details
careers@sjg.co.uk

hooperstone.com

Hooper Stonemasons Ltd (Ickenham, NW Greater London) https://www.hooperstone.com/

Job Title – Apprentice Stonemason or recently qualified Stonemason

Salary – Tba, depending on experience

Hours – Approx 40 Hours Per Week  

Key Tasks – Banker Stonemasonry and site fixing.  

Description  – Hooper Stonemasons are seeking a motivated apprentice or recently qualified stonemason to work in the banker shop at their busy yard, plus some fixing on site where required. All appropriate training will be provided and apprentices will be fully supported to progress through their apprenticeship.

Contact – To apply or enquire, contact Mark Hooper on mahstonemason@hotmail.com or 01895 672 154

 

Manufacturing By Design Limited

We are based in Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire and you can see the sort of work we do on our website http://www.mbdltd.com/ 

We are a bespoke furniture and joinery company. 

I am looking to recruit 1-2 new cabinet makers/bench joiners and I’m keen to recruit and train someone young and fresh out of college rather than an experienced maker as I feel it is important to look to nurture and bring through the next generation of talent into the industry. 

I’m reaching out to the Buildings Crafts College as I know the quality of the education you provide and have seen first-hand the skills of your college graduates. 

We are looking for a young person who has just finished college and is looking for their first job.  

Contact Details  

 +44 (0)1442 875000     

Email – info@mbdltd.com