An excellent opportunity has arisen for a highly skilled and creative carpenter / joiner to join our growing innovative glulam manufacturing company in Devon.
Working for Britain’s largest glulam manufacture, you will embark on a huge variety of complex and creative structural glulam timber projects.
• Hand producing glulam curves, frames and structures to our high quality standards – varying in scale from from small house extensions, canopies to large-scale indoor riding arenas
• Reading and following structural drawings to manufacture straight and curved beams.
• Following detailed specifications to finishing beams (stain / varnish / oil etc).
• Assemble structures within the workshop prior to onsite installation.
• Occasional onsite local / national installation.
• Applicants must have either a minimum of NVQ level two or have recent ‘workshop’ experience.
• A minimum of two years, recent joinery experience.
• An excellent eye for detail.
• A passion for carpentry and timber architecture.
A flexible attitude is essential as you may be required to work additional hours outside of your contracted 39 hours working week. Overtime rates will apply.
We are a dynamic, growing company offering opportunities for progression within the company for the right candidate.
If you are an skilled Joiner or Carpenter seeking a new and exciting challenge, then please submit an up-to-date CV to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. or for further information about the range of projects we are involved in please contact us directly.
We had the pleasure of working on an exciting project for Channel 4’s Ugly House to Lovely House, presented by property transformation genius George Clark. The programme was aired on Channel 4 at 8pm on Thursday the 17th March 2016.
The dramatic extension designed by architect Will Alsop features our impressive glulam roof structure, specified by our technical manager, Keith O’ Ceallaigh, and manufactured within our workshop.
Follow the link to watch a short clip from the programme which shows the impressive glulam beams in all their glory – http://bit.ly/1ptrSxR.