Although masonry certification is not a requirement for all Alpine Building Restoration positions; even entry-level jobs require a minimum of the following:
- Physically capable of heavy lifting and strenuous outside work—in all seasons
- Good communication skills
- General knowledge of construction processes
- Mechanically inclined and manually literate
- Hand and eye coordination
- Ability to take direction and respond quickly
- Team and goal oriented
- Strong work ethic, including timeliness
- Desire for perfection and ideal craftsmanship
- Honesty and respect for others
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