Now hiring new employees with tuning, speech regulating, woodworking, leather working, mechanical, electrical and solid state skills, bellows and chest releathering, pipe cleaning, voicing and regulating, cabinetry and woodworking, case and structural design and construction, mechanical action design and building. Definite potential for advancement into managerial position. Extensive travel throughout the mid-Atlantic region, MD, DC, VA, DE, PA required. Based in Baltimore. Must have own reliable transportation and valid driver’s license. Assistance available to move to Baltimore. Negotiable pay for 40 hour work week for an experienced, accomplished organ person with any of the above mentioned skills.
We operate the only pipe organ workshop in Baltimore with an extensive list of mechanical, electric, electro-pneumatic action organs including historic restorations and rebuilding-releathering. We enjoy and benefit from excellent relationships with internationally recognized builders. The present backlog of projects is more than 18 months. We have a large stable of service customers including churches, synagogues, schools, and concert halls equipped with European and North American instruments. Benefits include health care assistance and other insurance, 401(k), moving to Baltimore assistance, paid holidays. Baltimore is an interesting city with a long maritime and manufacturing history and a history of local 19th century organbuilding. Baltimore is conveniently located with a good highway, air and rail transportation network. The cost of living is moderate in an area that is close to international cultural centers. Church organist jobs also available for those who play.
Please contact David Storey with your resume and references at:
300 West Lafayette Avenue, Baltimore MD 21217
office 410-889-3800, cell 410-409-9081, fax 410-889-2155,