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Posted: 01/15/2014

Employer
Wattle & Daub Contractors

As one of the premier historic preservation contractors in the Rocky Mountain region, Wattle & Daub Contractors is constantly searching for the most skilled, committed preservation tradespeople to join our team, whether as employees or subcontractors. Because we focus exclusively on historic preservation and we have built our business model around a reputation for outstanding quality, Wattle & Daub provides an ideal environment for true craftspeople to practice their crafts. And because we are committed to preserving, not just historic buildings, but the preservation trades, we are also interested in speaking with younger people who are just launching their preservation careers. Our shop is located in Fort Collins, Colorado, which always ranks near the top of national surveys of the most desirable places to live. So please take a look at our website, and if the projects you see in our portfolio are the types of buildings you dream of working on, send us an e-mail and we’ll start exploring possibilities.


Position
Preservation Tradesperson
Type
Professional Opportunity
Location
Fort Collins, CO
Details
 

We are interested in speaking with craftspeople in any of the preservation trades. To date, we have primarily hired carpenters in house and worked with other trades on a subcontracting basis, but we are open to the possibility of bringing other trades in house if we can mutually find a way to make the business model work.

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How to apply
Please send an e-mail including a cover letter and a resume and/or portfolio to Andy Carlson.
Andy Carlson
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