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Search Consultancy - Lancaster, Lancashire

Search is an equal opportunities recruiter and we welcome applications from all suitably skilled or qualified applicants, regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/beliefs, sexual orientation... Stone Mason Work careers...

from: reed.co.uk (+2 sources) - 6 days ago

Bricklayer / Stone Mason  

Setsquare - Totnes, Devon, South West, UK (+1 location)

Setsqure have the immediate requirement for a Bricklayer / Stone Mason to begin work on a new project in Totnes. Stone Mason careers... £170 - £200 per day

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from: totaljobs.com (+3 sources) - 5 days ago

CSCS Stone Mason Required  

Daniel Owen Ltd - Croydon, Surrey, Surrey, South East, UK

Our client is looking for experienced and hardworking Stone Masons to join a project based in Croydon. The site is accessible by public transport. Requirements for the role A valid CSCS card Own PPE -... stonemasons scotland...

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from: totaljobs.com - 11 days ago

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Stone Mason - Lancaster  

Search Consultancy - Lancaster, England

We require Stone Masons who are experienced in all aspects of masonry.We require experienced CSCS carded Stone Masons (ideally Blue card or above), a high standard of work, together with all their own... stonemason needed...

from: neuvoo.co.uk - 6 days ago

Mason/Stone Mason  

Concorde Recruitment - Falmouth, Cornwall (+1 location)

This is an ongoing contract on a high end housing development, candidates who wish to apply must have at least 2 years' proven experience on site with all own tools and a valid CSCS card. stonemason apprenticeships... 17.0000 - 18.00

from: reed.co.uk (+1 source) - 12 days ago

CSCS Stone Mason/Mason  

Concorde Recruitment - Plymouth, Devon

Our client is urgently seeking experienced Masons in the Plymouth area. Candidates wishing to apply must have at least 2 years Masonry experience on site in the last 5 years and hold a valid CSCS Photo... stonemasons... 16.0000 - 20.00

from: reed.co.uk - 12 days ago

CSCS Stone Mason Required  

Daniel Owen Ltd - Croydon

Our client is looking for experienced and hardworking Stone Masons to join a project based in Croydon. The site is accessible by public transport. Requirements for the role mason needed...

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from: CV-library.co.uk (+1 source) - 11 days ago

Stone Mason / Fabricator [£20-30k  

Recruiterlink - Cornwall

If you are interesting in applying for this role, please call Darren on (phone number removed), alternatively you can apply through the portal or send your CV to - Shifts are (Apply online only), Monday... mason tools stone... £20000 - £30000/annum

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from: CV-library.co.uk (+1 source) - 27 days ago

Quarry Operative  

HH Recruitment UK Ltd - Cadeby, Warwickshire

Our client are a well known Construction company with operations across the UK and Europe, they now seek to add Quarry Operatives to the group in the Midlands. you will be expected to help out around plant... stone mason in England... 9.0000 - 12.00

from: reed.co.uk - 5 days ago

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CSCS Stonemason  

The Workshop - London, South East, UK

Workshop Recruitment are looking for masons to work in Central London on various government buildings. CSCS Stonemason stonemason... £20 - £20 Per Hour

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from: totaljobs.com - 13 days ago


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  • Do stonemasons make good money? Daniel

    Is it true that stonemasons make very good money? I’m in construction and have been doing my bit to gain experience as a stonemason. As a general rule, any specialised activity gives you better wages than a general one, so I assumed that stonemasons get good wages. Recently someone said the wages a better than good. Is this really so?

    • Payne:

      They are the elite trade and only in competition with the Egyptians and Aztecs. You will never be out of work.

      • Freddie:

        I agree Payne. The only thing to bear in mind is that figures will come determined by several different factors, like location, experience or type of contract. For example in London you’re easily likely to get £23 P/H, but in other areas it’ll be more in the line of £15 p/h. You start moving up from the average hourly rate as you get more and more experience. All the same, though being good, wages are not particularly remarkable.

        • Junior P.:

          There’re also other aspects that will determine the pay. One is whether you’re self-employed or you’re working for someone else. If self-employed you’re likely to be offered jobs with a certain duration and you may find yourself without another job to follow next… so even if your hourly rate is good, there’s a degree of uncertainty that must be born in mind.

          • Peter:

            15k to 35k a year depending on qualifications and experience. If you’re good and work hard at it, it’s not inconsiderable, is it?

    • Payne:

      You don’t do this job for the money it’s the pride and satisfaction that your efforts will stand for time. This is totally at odds to the rest of the industry.

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