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APPRENTICE STONEMASON – WORKS DEPARTMENT
Hours: 37.5 / week
Salary: In the region of £9,000 for the first year of the Apprenticeship. The salary increases year on year for a maximum of 4 years.
The York Minster Stoneyard is one of the largest in the country, and is regarded as a centre of excellence for many traditional crafts including masonry, carving and carpentry. A rare opportunity has arisen to train as apprentice on a four-year contract, reviewed annually, working with and learning from some of the most skilled craftsmen in the country.
The Apprenticeship includes a programme of part-time study at York College.We are looking for a reliable, enthusiastic individual with a passion for developing masonry skills and the ability to contribute to the work of one of the great cathedrals of the world.
For application details, please download the application pack from below or contact email@example.com for further information.
The closing date for applications is midnight on 19 July 2015 and interviews are scheduled for the week commencing 3 August 2015.