Recent article in Loudoun Now about this church in Lincoln, just outside of Purcellville.
Justine Bello, Conservation Solutions
Conservation Technicians sought for seasonal employment with Conservation Solutions, Inc., a leading full-service preservation firm. Prior experience with conservation/historic preservation, fine arts, masonry restoration and/or general construction is desirable.
Applicants are primarily sought for a masonry restoration project in Washington, DC. The site is accessible by Metro, VRE, MARC, and AMTRAK trains.
Applicants should be hard-working, reliable, detail-oriented, good with tools, capable of working on fragile and delicate items, able to follow instructions, adhere to site safety protocols and maintain a positive attitude. The applicant must be a US citizen or have valid working papers, be able to pass a background check for security purposes and have a valid driver’s license. On-the-job training will be provided as needed. For the right applicant, work on other future projects is a possibility.
Interested applicants should submit a resume and cover letter with to firstname.lastname@example.org. In the subject line, please reference: “Conservation Technician.” Please also indicate your availability to start.