The Chelsea Bindery is Looking for a Boxmaker (London, UK)
The Bindery is looking for a full-time box maker to join the team of 5 as soon as possible. The candidate will be trained as a full-time box maker, using both leather and cloth.
The following message is provided by the Chelsea Bindery.
Location: Battersea, London.
Salary: £20,000.00-£30,000.00 per annum dependant on experience.
Hours: 8.00-18.00, Monday to Thursday (40 hours a week), but can be flexible.
Benefits: 17 days’ annual leave (plus bank holiday), staff parties, employee assistance programme, company pension scheme, season loan ticket, Cyclescheme.
The Chelsea Bindery, launched by Peter Harrington in 2000, specialises in traditional fine book binding and preservation boxes. One of only a handful of binderies remaining that still practises the centuries old tradition of fine leather bookbinding, the Chelsea Bindery prides itself on the quality of its work and only uses the finest materials.
We are looking for a full-time box maker to join our team of 5 as soon as possible. You will be trained as a full-time box maker, using both leather and cloth. Ideally, we are looking for someone with some leather work experience but would be willing to train the right candidate. Applicants should be naturally creative, dextrous and meticulous with a keen interest in leather work and the workings of a traditional book bindery.
Please do take a look at our website https://www.peterharrington.co.uk/chelsea-bindery/bookbinding-services and you will see more information on our various house styles.
How to Apply:
Applicants should send their CV and cover letter directly to: [email protected]
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