Jobs for carpenters

As an employee in our in-house hasenkamp carpentry workshop, you will be responsible for the safety of very different and often irreplaceable goods by means of professional packaging. As a carpenter, you have the opportunity to creatively practise your craft in our workshop by designing innovative packaging for our customers' unique objects and works of art.

You will work in a team that is characterised by openness and collegiality and comprises various positions, including master and journeymen carpenters, painters and varnishers, as well as apprentices who assist with the daily work.

Daily routine of
employees in the carpentry workshop

Our carpentry workshop covers many tasks and trades. Apart from cutting and building the crates and finishing their interiors, this also includes labelling, varnishing and delivering the finished product to the warehouse.

All employees in our carpentry workshop are assigned a specific task for which they can take appropriate responsibility based on their specialisation. They create and implement customised solutions for each object we move.

Employees in our carpentry workshop must be meticulous in carrying out their tasks, as the goods we ship in the crates they build are often very valuable and difficult to replace. The employees in our carpentry workshop are thus irreplaceable assets for the company, not only for their ability to identify problems and solve them, but also for their team spirit and motivation.

The benefits of
working for hasenkamp

  • Working with high-quality machines and materials
  • Modern and open-plan premises
  • Subsidised Urban Sports Club membership
  • Free water and fruit
  • Job security
  • Working independently
  • High-quality work clothes
  • Controlled climate in the warehouse at all times of the year

Your career opportunities

As a carpenter, you also have the opportunity to become an office worker in our carpentry workshop.

Similarly, you can move departments to become an art inspector, depending on your personal motivation and further training. As an art inspector, you will be in charge of particularly complex projects, ensuring that bulky, sensitive or even unique works of art are safely packed, moved and assembled.

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