Heritage Trainee (Metal Roofing) Opportunity - Manchester

NHTG Building Traditional Skills Resilience Community in England Bursary Scheme

Summary: Heritage Trainee (Hard and Soft Metal Roofing)

Organisation: Heritage Trainee (Hard and Soft Metal Roofing)
Salary: £1050 per month
Location: Various historic buildings around Manchester and the North West
Hours: Monday-Friday, hours TBC
 

Hempstock imageThis is an exciting opportunity for an 6.5 month (28 weeks) Heritage Trainee (Metal Roofing) placement with Manchester Company J. Hempstock and Co., Ltd., working on historic and new buildings across Manchester and the north west.   

The trainee will work alongside a team of skilled specialist craftspeople with a particular focus on developing skills in conservation and restoration of metal roofing, and of the use of hard and soft metals in roofing, drainage, and other features on both traditional and new buildings.  They will have the opportunity to develop a wide range of specialist skills during the placement. 

J. Hempstock and Co., Ltd., is a long established family business, currently working on the roof of Carlisle Cathedral.  Other recent projects include Heaton Hall, Queen’s Park Hall, and Manchester’s Victorian bath house. 

The successful candidate will require his/her own transport, and may be expected to work away from home during the week on occasion.

Heritage Lottery Fund logoThe placement is run by the National Heritage Training Group bursary scheme, funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund. The scheme is all about finding passionate, enthusiastic and dedicated people to be trained to work on England’s traditional buildings. There will be 30 educational bursaries offered, working on live heritage sites across England. The bursaries are being organised across the country by regional heritage coordinators.

For more information please contact Elanor Johnson, Regional Coordinator

Email: [email protected] Tel: 07774041096

Application Closing Date: 5pm on 31st May.

How to Apply

Please return the completed form to: [email protected] Please call 07774041096 if you wish to submit via post

•  Placement Description

•  Person Specification

•  Application Form

Application closing date: 31st May

 

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