Restoration assistant: in the metal department
You are trained in the field of metal, as a locksmith, mechanic, lathe operator, welder, parts finisher, etc. and are interested in a varied job.
You enjoy working in a team and look forward to a wide variety of tasks in the field of restoration.
Preconditions for this are a precise working method and empathy for the historical objects and historical techniques.
A willingness to learn is also required, as no two objects to be restored are alike.
We do not only carry out our restoration work in our workshop, we also travel more frequently to the site of industrial plants, works of art and monuments to work on them on site, to dismantle them and, if necessary, to transport them to our workshop.
Willingness to do occasional assembly work is essential. A class B driving licence is expressly desired.
Helper:in the preservation of historical monuments
You are interested in working (primarily metal) on listed buildings and industrial plants.
You can imagine supporting our project managers and restoration assistants in their varied work on historical objects.
Our activities often take us outside the home, so a willingness to do occasional assembly work is indispensable. A class B driving licence is expressly desired.
One-year and/or one-semester interns in restoration as preparation for the degree programme Restorer BA/MA
The preparatory internship as well as the semester internship during the studies can be completed in our company in different subject areas.
We have decades of experience in supporting and advising our trainees on their way to university and support our newcomers in all aspects of the admissions process and choice of degree programme.
This includes the theoretical and practical preparation as well as the creation of the artistic portfolios and/or work pieces required by the universities.