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Estate Works Builder

Holker is seeking to recruit a full-time Builder for the Estate Works Department.

 

 

Holker is seeking to recruit a full-time Builder who will undertake a wide range of building activities across the Estate.

The ability to work with enthusiasm, flexibility, demonstrating attention to detail, competency and possessing a capacity for hard work are all essential skills required in this role.

Remuneration package dependent on skills and experience.

Please download a copy of the full job description by clicking here.

Please apply in writing with a full CV to:

Mark Carroll
Estates Building Surveyor
Holker Group
The Estate Office
Cark-in-Cartmel
Grange over Sands
Cumbria LA11 7PH
 
or Email:  tellwood@holker.co.uk.
 
Closing date for applications:  14th July 2017
 
Please also download our Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form for completion and return with your application.
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Wednesday, May 3, 2017

70 exhibitors now confirmed at Cumbria’s newest event!

Holker’s newest event for 2017, The Holker Spring Market has been well received, with exhibitor space fully booked weeks in advance.   Taking place on Saturday 20th & Sunday 21st May 2017 the event will bring together a fine selection of home, food, garden and gift exhibitors set in the bustling Courtyard and Piazza.
Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Ospreys return to Nature Reserve at Holker Estate

A pair of Ospreys have once again returned to Natural England’s Roudsea Wood and Mosses National Nature Reserve on the Holker Estate.
Thursday, February 9, 2017

Holker launches new spring market

As Holker Hall & Gardens continues its plans to develop a fresh and engaging annual calendar of events, organisers at the historic venue have this week announced plans to launch a new spring market in May.
Wednesday, January 4, 2017

NEW for 2017 - Snowdrop Weekends

17th - 19th and 24th – 26th  February 2017

The Holker Gardens will open for two weekends in February 2017 for the snowdrop season.  Usually closed through the winter months – this will be the first time the Gardens have been open to the public during February since 2011.