Long-serving employees have always been a feature of life at Brandauer. The record is believed to be held by Mrs Fanny Phillips, who retired at Christmas 1961 after working for the Company for seventy-one years! However, there are countless other examples. A toolmaker retired in August 1935 after sixty-three years and during the 1960s, several of the last of the pen workers left with 43 years’ service. Two or three generations of the same family were also frequently employed at the factory.
Today, Brandauer boast the best in toolmaking skills, project management and innovative thinking across all departments. Throughout its history, there are instances where Directors were once Brandauer apprentices and apprentices have always been the way in which Brandauer future-proofs the business. Ever since its inception in 1862, the key to Brandauer’s success lies in the skill and experience of its employees.
If so, you can use the form below to send your CV through speculatively. Those interested in a Brandauer apprenticeship should navigate to the apprenticeships page for informative content and ways in which to enquire.