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Darcy Associates - Brecon, Sir Powys, United Kingdom

Darcy Associates EOC Limited is an employment business operating on behalf of our clients to find suitable candidates for vacancies. All information provided to us is securely stored on our database to... Stone Mason Work careers... £22/hour

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from: CV-library.co.uk - 4 days ago

Stone Mason/Fixer  

Streamline Search - Acton, Greater London, United Kingdom

Stone Mason/Fixer required. Our client is a well-established stone masonry who offer an extensive range of bespoke stone, slate, marble, and granite. For the past 30 years they have been involved in the... Stone Mason careers... £20 - £25/hour

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from: CV-library.co.uk - 9 days ago

Bricklayer  

LE-CON - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire

Please check out our candidate reward scheme where you can win high street vouchers, PPE, Screwfix vouchers and much more - www.thornbakerconstruction.co.uk/candidates/reward-scheme Thorn Baker Construction... stonemason needed... £26 - 28 per hour

from: LE-CON - 4 days ago

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Coyles - Hathersage, Derbyshire, United Kingdom

Coyles require x1 Stone Mason to work in Hathersage for 6 weeks. * Performing all required duties on-site as instructed banker mason... £25/hour

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from: CV-library.co.uk - 23 days ago

Stone Labourer / Quarry Operative  

Forward Assist Recruitment - Clitheroe, United Kingdom

They specialise in the supply of high quality, natural, British stone. Their North West based quarry is at the heart of their business, where the journey starts. They produce standard stock and also bespoke... stonemason apprenticeships... £21000 - £25000/annum

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from: CV-library.co.uk - 24 days ago

GENERAL TRADES PERSON WITH A SPECIALITY IN BUILDING / STONE MASONRY  

National Trust - Coniston, Boon Crag, Coniston, LA21 8AQ

As a Let Estate Builder/Mason for the National Trust, you’ll be involved in the repair, restoration, refurbishment and renovation of over 300 properties in the Lake district. Working within a team of multi... stonemason scotland... £23,088 per annum

from: horticulturejobs.co.uk - 5 days ago

Let Estate General Tradesperson  

NATIONAL TRUST - Coniston, Boon Crag, Coniston, LA21 8AQ

As a Let Estate Builder/Mason for the National Trust, you’ll be involved in the repair, restoration, refurbishment and renovation of over 300 properties in the Lake district. Working within a team of multi... stonemason london... £20,000 - £25,000

from: Jobs.guardian.com - 5 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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