Carpenter Apprentice Job Description Sample
Carpenter Apprentices- Apprenticeship Program
Cleveland Construction Inc. is proud to build America's buildings while helping you build a successful career in construction. We are looking for hard working, competitive individuals for advanced education and training for a chance at a promising career in the construction industry.
If you like traveling, being outside, working with your hands and actually seeing the results of your hard work, then construction may be the right career choice for you. Cleveland Construction is hiring craft workers willing to prove themselves as dependable, safe, and hard working. The best workers will be recommended for an apprenticeship.
WHAT IS A REGISTERED APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM?
Our apprenticeship program is a formal training registered with the United States Department of Labor, Office of Apprenticeship. This program meets all federal and state requirements for apprenticeship and prevailing wage work.
Apprenticeship is an agreement between the worker and the employer. We pay for the cost of your classroom instruction, provide journeyman supervision/instruction in the field, and provide a safe and paid work enviornment to apply learned skills. The apprentice attends all required classes, applies skills learned in the classroom, and works in a professional manner.
High School Diploma / GED
Relaible means of transportation
Must pass a post-offer/pre-hire drug screen
Additional requirements will be explained during the registration process
Apprentices recieve a pay raise ever 1,000 hours (typically every 6 months) as long as your "on the job training" (OJT) is progressing well. At the end of your classroom and OJT training, you will recieve a Journeyman Certificate of Completion from the US Department of Labor.
If you like to work with your hands and have a desire to be involved with large construction projects in your community and throughout the United States, Cleveland Construction can provide you with the education tools needed to prosper in a promising career.
Cleveland Construction is an Equal Opportunity Employer
It is the policy of Cleveland Construction, Inc. that we will recruit, hire, train, and promote persons in all job titles, and ensure that all other personnel actions are administered, without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, veteran status, and disability, or other legally protected status, and we will ensure that all employment decisions are based only on valid job requirements.
Military Friendly Employer
We value the knowledge, skills and abilities you acquired in the military. Whether you are an active serve member transitioning or a military spouse, we want you to consider a rewarding career with Cleveland Construction, Inc.
View the current of employment opportunities at Cleveland Construction.
Cleveland Construction, Inc. offers comprehensive benefits including medical, dental, vision, 401K, training and development, opportunity for advancement and corporate support for field operations. See link for further details. http://www.clevelandconstruction.com/careers/why-join-cleveland/
Performs a variety of carpentry work including construction, repair, assembly, and installation of temporary and permanent buildings, additions, partitions, and wooden structures and fixtures. Performs primarily maintenance, repair, and assembly, and some new construction jobs.
Essential Job Functions
Performs rough carpentry work such as construct wood forms, shipping boxes, protective sheds, staging platforms, scaffolding, flooring, office partitions, door, window casings, and others.
Performs finishing work such as assembly and/or installation of interior and exterior trim, benches, cabinets, window and door screens, glass and plexiglass windows, paneling, shelving, stairways, and others.
Measures, cuts, and layouts materials for work to be performed using the appropriate construction materials and carpentry tools. Joins and assembles materials, checking accuracy of work and making adjustments as necessary. Ensures proper fit of all joints to achieve the desired outcome and a neat appearance.
Observes all safety precautions in performing work duties to avoid harming self and others, and damaging property.
Maintains equipment and work area in clean and orderly condition.
May be required to be available for 24 hour calls.
Performs other duties as assigned.
High school degree or equivalent. Three years of relevant experience.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Thorough knowledge of the carpentry trade at an apprentice level to include the following:
Ability to read blueprints
Knowledge of structural design, layout, form building, rough framing, finishing, mathematics, building codes requirements, mechanical drawing.
Ability to use a variety of carpentry tools and materials.
Ability to lift, carry or otherwise move and position objects and materials weighing up to 50 lbs.
Ability to stand, walk or otherwise move about campus on a continuous basis.
Ability to ascend/descend ladders periodically to perform building maintenance.
Ability to read and write in order to maintain records and work schedules, and to read work orders, specifications, and so forth.
Ability to follow oral and written instructions.
Ability interact and/or work with faculty, students, staff, and visitors in a respectful and courteous manner.
This description is a general statement of required major duties and responsibilities performed on a regular and continuous basis. It does not exclude other duties as assigned.
Role/Level/Range: BU, Grade 10
Starting Salary Range: $20.29/hour
Employee group: Full Time
Schedule: M-F; 40 hours per week
Employee subgroup: Non-Exempt
Location: Baltimore, MD
Department name: JHFRE Building Operations
Personnel area: University Administration
The successful candidate(s) for this position will be subject to a pre-employment background check.
If you are interested in applying for employment with The Johns Hopkins University and require special assistance or accommodation during any part of the pre-employment process, please contact the HR Business Services Office at email@example.com. For TTY users, call via Maryland Relay or dial 711.
The following additional provisions may apply depending on which campus you will work. Your recruiter will advise accordingly.
During the Influenza ("the flu") season, as a condition of employment, The Johns Hopkins Institutions require all employees who provide ongoing services to patients or work in patient care or clinical care areas to have an annual influenza vaccination or possess an approved medical or religious exception. Failure to meet this requirement may result in termination of employment.
The pre-employment physical for positions in clinical areas, laboratories, working with research subjects, or involving community contact requires documentation of immune status against Rubella (German measles), Rubeola (Measles), Mumps, Varicella (chickenpox), Hepatitis B and documentation of having received the Tdap (Tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis) vaccination. This may include documentation of having two (2) MMR vaccines; two (2) Varicella vaccines; or antibody status to these diseases from laboratory testing. Blood tests for immunities to these diseases are ordinarily included in the pre-employment physical exam except for those employees who provide results of blood tests or immunization documentation from their own health care providers. Any vaccinations required for these diseases will be given at no cost in our Occupational Health office.
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Carpenter - Carpenter, Door Repair Specialist
Hiring department Fac Operations & Maint
Monthly salary $2,686+ depending on qualifications
Hours per week 40.00 Variable
Posting number 18-01-22-01-5235
Job Status Open
FLSA status Non-exempt
Earliest Start Date Immediately
Position Duration Funding expected to continue
Position open to all applicants
Location Austin - J. J. Pickle Research Campus (North Austin)
Number of vacancies 1
40 hours a week, five 8-hour days, or possible four 10-hour days with schedule to be determined with supervisor. Some overtime, evening, weekends and holidays possible. Hiring decision contingent upon applicant clearing a security background check and receiving an acceptable driver's rating. Applications will be reviewed online by the hiring department.
Required Application Materials
- A Resume is required in order to apply
- A List of 3 References is required in order to apply.
Perform and document journey-level carpentry work in the maintenance, repair, or alteration of buildings.
Repair, replace and perform preventive maintenance on doors, automated doors and associated hardware as well as other assigned systems. Repair and replacement of electric mortise locks.
Driving University owned vehicles to job sites will be required for this and most other functions. Repair and install emergency exit hardware, ceiling tile, walls (sheet rock, masonry, etc.) and signage using hand and power tools such as circular saw, drill, hand tools, router, table saw, sander, grinder, nail guns, and other equipment. Also, use meters and specialty tools.
Generate material lists and organize required materials for efficient work. Keep accurate records of materials used and maintain daily time reports to efficiently complete work and document details of the functions performed. Assist other team members in the accomplishment of shop goals related to key performance indicators.
Participate in the maintenance and operations of the shop. Clean and maintain tools and equipment used to perform duties to maintain a clean and safe work environment. Provide timely and courteous customer service, keep supervisors up to date on daily work order status to ensure clear, concise and necessary communication channels are maintained and customer expectations are met.
Works independently and as a team member. Assists other team members as necessary with training in work techniques to accomplish team goals in a safe and timely manner. Inspects the work of others for conformance with specifications, requirements, and compliance with applicable building and safety codes and regulations. Participates in the On-Call program, when assigned.
Licenses: Class "C" Operator's Driver's License.
Applicant selected must provide a current three year Driving Record from the current state of residence. If not currently a Texas resident, must obtain a Texas Driver's License within 30 days after entering Texas as a new resident.
Other related functions as assigned.
High school graduation or GED. Three years of experience as a journey level carpenter.
Current Class "C" Operator Driver License required. Prior to date of hire, applicant selected must provide a Motor Vehicle Report (MVR) showing a driving history going back 36 months. This includes all states resided in for the past 36 months.
MVR will be evaluated to determine eligibility to drive a University-owned vehicle. If not currently a Texas resident, must obtain a Texas Driver License within 30 days after entering Texas as a new resident. Equivalent combination of relevant education and experience may be substituted as appropriate.
Associate degree in technical field. Completion of vocational, trade, or apprentice program in one or more journeyman trades.
Five years experience. Experience at the University of Texas or in a university setting. Experience in more than one craft or trade.
Excellent customer service skills.
Demonstrated ability to work well within a team environment. Demonstrate excellent communication skills.
Demonstrated ability to follow written and verbal instructions. Demonstrated ability to adhere to safety rules and regulations.
Uniforms and/or personal protection equipment (furnished) May work in all weather conditions May work in extreme temperatures May work around chemical fumes May work around standard office conditions May work around biohazards May work around chemicals May work around electrical and mechanical hazards Use of manual dexterity Climbing of stairs Climbing of ladders Lifting and moving Conditions found in mechanical/electrical rooms. May work in elevated spaces/confined areas.
Work from ladders/scaffolds. Ability to lift and move up to 50 lbs. May require tuberculosis screening and occasional use of a respirator.
Ability to (but not limited to) climb, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, crawl, reach horizontally and vertically, lift up to 50 pounds, walk, stand, sit, carry, hear, read instructions and operating manual, use hands to manipulate parts, feet to control equipment and machinery pedals.Environmental Conditions:Drive from site to site; both indoor and outdoor work with temperature extremes, as well as work on slippery or icy surfaces, in confined spaces, with sharp tools. Work may be required on active constructions sites.Job Description – General MaintenancePage 2Essential Job Functions:All functions are performed in accordance with established policies, procedures, safety and environmental regulations, facility and computer security policies and procedures. Functions are subject to change from time to time to meet the needs of the District. Current essential functions include but are not limited to the following:1.Performs assigned work in any of the following areas depending on experience:*
DIVISION: Business & Finance
DEPARTMENT: Physical Plant
WORK SCHEDULE: 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM
SALARY: Commensurate with experience
DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS: Remodel and help build/renovate commercial office and residential buildings. May work with light-gauge and load-bearing steel framing for interior partitions, exterior framing, and curtain wall construction. May also work with concrete forming systems and finishing interior and exterior walls, partitions, and ceilings. Commercial carpenters perform many of the same tasks as residential carpenters.
BASIC FUNCTIONS: The Commercial Carpenter will construct and repair building frameworks and structures — such as stairways, doorframes, partitions, and rafters — made from wood and other materials. The Commercial Carpenter also may install kitchen cabinets, siding, and drywall. The Commercial Carpenter will work independently and collaborate with other trades as needed.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: The following duties are intended to illustrate examples of duties typically performed by incumbents in this classification. Individual incumbents may not perform all of the duties listed, nor are all of the duties an incumbent will perform necessarily listed.
Follow blueprints and building plans to meet the needs of the College
Install structures and fixtures, such as windows and molding
Measure, cut, or shape wood, plastic, and other materials
Construct building frameworks, including walls, floors, and door frames
Help erect, level, and install building framework with the aid of rigging hardware and cranes
Inspect and replace damaged framework or other structures and fixtures
Respond to emergency calls and takes necessary actions
Provide support for in-house capital and in-house projects with commissioning, testing and inspecting finished work
Direct the work of unskilled and semi-skilled helpers assisting in projects, assuring that proper safety practices are followed
Provide on the job training to apprentices
Prepare detailed estimates including labor and materials, and prepare lists of materials
Assist other trades as needed
Maintain tools and equipment
Maintain current knowledge of equipment and materials through self-study and training
Prepare and maintain a variety of records and paperwork regarding work performed
Flexibility to work overtime/weekends, as required
Must be able to be on a rotating emergency/on call program.
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS: Applicants for the Commercial Carpenter position are expected to possess high school diploma or equivalent, a certificate of completion of a recognized apprenticeship, accredited trade school, or the equivalent amount of experience and training comparable to journey level crafts status as a Commercial Carpenter.
4 years' experience in commercial carpentry. Finish carpentry experience preferred
Ability to comprehend schematic diagrams, blueprints, sketches, building plans and other specifications required by our client for information pertaining to the type of material required to get job done
Have knowledge of building codes
Experience working with equipment such as: boom lifts, scissor lifts, and forklifts
Strong working knowledge of job site safety as well as ability to complete a company specific safety orientation
High standard of integrity and professionalism
Valid SC driver's license.
Be physically fit
Be able to perform measuring, sizing, and cutting tasks and use machinery
Have strong mechanical aptitude
Be able to solve mathematical problems
Have manual dexterity
Be able to interpret drawings and diagrams
Have good sense of balance
Have good eye-hand coordination.
Mechanic - Carpenter
- Friday, 7am-3:30pm
A Carpenter is a position in the facilities department providing high quality and effective work that provides quality carpentry services to the academic, research and administrative units on the Columbia University- Manhattanville Campus(CUMVC). A Carpenter will ensure quality carpentry work in the planning, laying out, construction, repair and assembly of temporary and permanent buildings, additions, partitions and wooden structures and fixtures. May be required to respond to any emergency on a 24 hour basis. Perform and/or assist in any routine or emergency function of the carpenter position. Minimum Qualifications for Grade
Applicant MUST meet these minimum qualifications to be considered an applicant
- HS diploma or GED
3- 5 years Carpenter experience
Must demonstrate minimum professional proficiency in the English Language; as defined by the U.S. Department of State.
Must demonstrate minimum professional proficiency in the English Language as defined by the U.S. Department of State.
Must be a quick learner and exhibit self-motivational skills.
Strong team mentality (ability to work with others).
Strong communication skills with the ability to communicate with all levels of staff, customers, clients, students, vendors, and management.
How to read and interpret SDS information.
Understanding of general vivarium, and laboratory rules and restrictions.
How to identify a fire rated barrier and properly install fire-stopping materials.
Knowledge of and/or Training on the following:
Use of portable fire extinguisher.
Hazardous Waste awareness
Asbestos hazards and safety.
Required to complete Computerized Maintenance Management Training (work order management training) prior to end of probation period.
Confined space entry procedures.
Personal Protective Equipment
Infection Control procedures
Interim Life Safety Measures
Safe Equipment handling
Lock-out/Tag-out procedures relevant to carpentry trade.
Description and use of fire stopping materials
Communication etiquette including phone, radio, and customer service
Must demonstrate knowledge of all CUMVC's safety policies and procedures.
Must demonstrate applicable institutional knowledge and practices of the facility and its operations.
Must be able to work all shifts as assigned.
Understand fundamentals of maintenance, repair and operations of relevant building features and systems.
How to properly use, install, and inspect fire stopping materials.
Must demonstrate knowledge of CUMVC'S customer service policies.
Ensures positive interaction by acknowledging, greeting, and thanking our customers. Additional Position-Specific Minimum Qualifications
Applicant MUST meet these minimum qualifications to be considered an applicant Physical Requirements & Environmental Conditions
The physical and environmental demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential responsibilities and functions of the job and are not mean to be all inclusive.
Use strength to lift and transport items needed to perform the functions of the job, with the ability to lift 50 pounds independently and support team lift with reasonable accommodations.
Sit, stand, bend, kneel, crouch, and squat for prolonged periods of time and/or repeatedly over a required period of time.
Reach with and work with hands and arms overhead.
Exposure to variable and unfavorable climate and weather conditions.
May work in an environment where a variety of pathogens, chemical substances, and gases are used for research. After receiving notification from EH&s that the area has clearance for work to be performed, employee(s) will be required to practice the use of proper PPE when exposed to the conditions mentioned, the use of N-95 type respirator
Ability to work while wearing a respirator appropriate with regulations.
Required to be Tuberculosis (TB) negative, submit to periodic TB testing, and a chest x-ray if a positive TB test is read. Special Instructions Preferred Qualifications Preferred
Hold and maintain an active Motor Vehicle Class D License
Hold and maintain Certificate of Fitness for Fire Guard (F-60)
Hold and maintain Certificate of Fitness for Using Powder Activated Tools(E-21)
Hold and Maintain Certificate of Fitness for Operation and Maintain Air Compressors(A-35)
Hold and Maintain Certificate of Fitness for supervision of Flammable/Combustible Finishing Operations (C-30)
Hold licenses/certifications as required by local, state, and federal regulations Essential Functions Work Performed
Reads, understands and interprets blue prints, drawings, floor plans and schedules, and manufacturers operating and/or maintenance specifications, building structure and finishes.
Proficient in the employment of all tools and measuring instruments and in the methods and materials common to the carpentry trade.
Thorough knowledge of carpenter shop power tools such as band saw, router, lather, table saw, shaper, and planer.
Work alongside and assist other personnel in completing all assigned relevant maintenance and work orders.
Ability to install or repair drop ceilings.
Must be skilled at metal restoration and repair.
Must be skilled in various types of shade/blind repair and maintenance.
Shall have good knowledge of types of wood, their characteristics and their uses.
Maintains, constructs, and performs minor and major repairs, renovations, alterations, and installations of building structures, components, millwork items and furnishings.
Work in conjunction with other relevant trades on preventative maintenance and corrective repairs on equipment, systems and building features.
Provide guidance, direction and on the education to all junior personnel in the proper procedures of maintenance, repair and operations.
Process paperwork including but not limited to work orders, inventory, and preventative maintenance forms.
Maintain completeness, timeliness, and accuracy of the work and work orders.
Continually and immediately communicate with supervisor regarding any apparent operational deficiencies.
Ability to perform relevant tasks and duties related to Maintenance Worker and Apprentice positions.
Responds to requests for maintenance and service from relevant supervisor to include emergencies, maintenance problems, requested installations, modifications, repairs and adjustments, and other tasks relevant to their trades.
Perform minor patching and painting of areas.
Perform other related duties incidental to work described herein.
Attends and participates in all departmental trainings and meetings.
Must perform any relevant duties assigned in an emergency as determined by management. Additional Essential Functions (Limit to 3950 characters.) The duties listed below are intended only as illustrations of the types of work that may be performed. The omission of special statement of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related, or a logical assignment.
Maintains, constructs, and performs repairs, renovations, alterations, and installations on a wide variety of building materials to include minor roof repairs, walls, framing and casings, ceilings and ceiling grids, stairs, handrails, cove bases, signage, pictures, bulletin and chalkboards, room furnishings and other similar relevant items and installations.
Maintains and perform repairs, modifications, fabrications, replacements and installations of cabinets, doors and window and door sills, jambs, moldings, decorative paneling, laminates, inlays, and other similar relevant millwork items.
Operates mill working equipment to include joiners, shapers, planers, routers, table, band and radial arm saws, sanders and other stationary portable mill working equipment.
Maintains and performs minor repairs on a wide variety of millwork items and furnishings to include cabinets, chairs, desks, tables, bookcases, decorative moldings and cove bases, paneling and other similar relevant items.
Maintain clean and neat work environment in shop area as well as any area where carpentry work may be completed.
Accompany and/or assist facilities staff, project leaders, consultants and contractors as directed or assigned.
Perform other related duties incidental to the work herein. Special Indications
This position works with:
General Maintenance Carpenter
Location: St. Petersburg, FL
Function / Responsibilities:
Under the direction of the General Maintenance Supervisor conducts preventive, predictive maintenance and carpentry repairs. Responsibilities include the execution of facilities related renovations, painting, drywall repairs, and general construction and furniture repairs. All assigned tasks will be completed in a timely manner and meet all customer expectations. Respond to emergency requests, complete preventive and corrective work requests repairs through to completion
Maintain shop work areas in a safe, clean operating condition and apply good housekeeping practices throughout the campus always. Report any unsafe campus conditions and take appropriate action as required to resolve noted problems.
Perform building inspection duties, painting, minor and major construction repairs
Maintain records, reports, recommendations and evaluations reflecting the conditions under which general building maintenance operations and upgrades are performed.
Utilize the Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) to coordinate working conditions with planning personnel and track resources/expenditures for all work performed.
Initiate the purchase of parts, materials, equipment, supplies etc., in accordance with company procedures and provide technical assistance when required to facilitate such purchases.
Assure these tasks are completed in a timely and professional manner.
Coordinate and make required modifications to building systems to satisfactorily support all users
Work with other trade skill sets to complete work orders to trade standards and customer expectations. Willing to continue both formal and informal training in the present skill set to maintain the knowledge of the present and latest technologies.
Completes all assigned Preventive and Corrective Maintenance work requests
Perform other duties as assigned to support C&W Services in delivering services to Eckerd College.
Follow all C&W Services and site-specific health and safety rules and regulations.
Coordinate and make required modifications to building systems to satisfactorily support all users
Education: High school diploma or equivalency.
Completed an accredited apprentice program and /or graduated from a trade's school a plus.
Must be willing to continue training in skill sets to maintain knowledge in the latest equipment and technologies.
Five years' experience as a carpenter
Have familiarity with building systems in educational facilities or other facilities of comparable size and scope
Must have strong knowledge of carpentry and construction methods, building systems and materials
Have the ability and willingness to work rotational shift, including days, evenings, nights as well as overtime, weekends and holidays as required
Ability to lift heavy objects up to 50 lbs.
Strong organizational skills
Strong Computer knowledge (Microsoft suite, Archibus)
Possess a valid state driver's license
Able to operate golf carts and other motor vehicles
Understanding the importance of priority of work tasks
A leader in facilities services with 65 years of experience. C&W Services is one of the largest facility services companies in the USA & Canada with a 65-year history of helping clients drive down operating expenses, increase facility efficiency and up-time, enable strategic business decisions and create positive experiences for the people who work, shop, learn, live and play in the facilities we maintain. We're building the best team in the industry – our people are the heart and vitality of C&W Services. In joining C&W Services, you're joining a firm with a rich history, blue-chip client list, and the backing of sister company Cushman & Wakefield, one of the world's largest property advisory firms and the reason for our success is simple - talented people. Visit our website at https://cwservices.com.
Learn why C&W Services is an ideal place for veterans to continue their careers: https://cwservices.com/veterans/
We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
Perform a variety of carpentry work of some complexity to construct, maintain and repair facilities structures, furniture, crates and shipping containers.
Work from detailed drawings, sketches and general oral instructions to construct, maintain or repair various types of structures, transport crates and containers. Review requirements and plan and layout sequence of work assignment.
Obtain prescribed materials, make calculations and fabricate partitions, crates, storage bins and other similar items according to standard methods and procedures. Use square, rule and scriber to lay out work to be cut. Use various hand tools and set up and use woodworking equipment including table, radial and band saws, jointers, planers, routers, and power hand tools to cut and shape details.
Use various fastening devices such as glue, screws, nails, and other methods. Install acoustical block insulation, asphalt tile, rubber tile and other floor materials. Erect structures at work site such as wood or reusable metal partitions and like items or prefabricate panels in shop area as required.
Install trim, metal frame ceiling systems, locks, latches, hinges and other hardware. Build transport boxes for tools, machinery and other equipment following specific instructions of supervisor or specifications. Typical work performed includes: building boxes, platforms, floor gratings, barricades, sawhorses, work benches, desk tops, utility type bookcases, shipping containers, panel partitions, hang doors and install hardware, suggestion boxes and bulletin boards.
Work with various materials such as woods, metals, and plastics. Assemble ready-made picture frames as required. Prepare own simple sketches when drawings are not provided.
Perform diversified maintenance and repair work on doorways, doors, door closures, broken windows, various types of facility structures, and bumpers. Typical work performed includes: repairing racks, bins, partitions, floor and ceiling tile, platforms, furniture and door closures; replacing structural members, rotted sections, hand rails, weather-stripping; trimming doors to prevent sticking and repairing or replacing damaged or loosened carpet. Hang signs and picture frames and sharpen own tools and cutters as necessary.
Perform other maintenance and construction work as required. Refer difficulties to Group Supervisor or Foreman.
Stage Carpenter - Cirque Du Soleil (The Mirage)
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Reporting to the Head Carpenter: Responsible for working as part of the stage carpentry team to install, maintain, and position scenic elements and acrobatic equipment in a safe and consistent manner for The Mirage Show.
Run cue tracks to position scenic elements and related equipment as directed for performances, artist training, and maintenance;
Inspect and maintain equipment, stage, and backstage areas; update maintenance and inspection records as directed;
Maintain a safe working environment at all times by conforming to all established safety policies and procedures; participate in all required safety classes and emergency rescue procedure training;
Maintain a flexible schedule for work calls, special events, rehearsal/training, maintenance and evening show performances;
Maintain cue track documentation and participate in cue track rotation as directed;
Develop a thorough knowledge of all backstage equipment specific to the production in order to operate equipment safely;
Participate in special projects, including the construction and installation of new scenic show elements;
Perform other tasks and projects assigned by the Head Carpenter.
Performs all other job related duties as requested.
At least 3 years experience as a professional stage carpenter
Excellent customer service skills.
Have interpersonal skill to deal effectively with all business contacts.
Professional appearance and demeanor.
Work varied shifts, including weekends and holidays.
High school diploma or equivalent.
Able to effectively communicate in English, in both written and oral forms.
Working knowledge of basic computer skills.
Previous experience as a stage carpenter for large-scale productions; formal fall protection and overall safety training an asset; woodworking, floor repair, fiberglass, metalworking, rigging, welding, mechanical, pneumatic and electrical skills.
Previous experience working in a similar resort setting.
Research Medical Center – Kansas City, MO
At Research Medical Center, above all else, we are committed tothe care and improvement of human life. Located in beautiful KansasCity, Missouri, Research Medical Center embodies the mission and heart of HCAMidAmerica.
We are recognized as a healthcare leader due to our skilled,compassionate and dedicated doctors and nurses. To ensure that we exceedour patients' health care needs, we staff over 700 doctors who represent 29medical specialties.
Are you looking for a place to make a difference with a healthcaresystem that offers the best resources to not only the community, but also itsemployees? Apply here today!
About Research Medical Center
Research Medical Center has served Kansas City and the surroundingarea since 1886—and those years have allowed the 590-bed facility to put downmeaningful roots in a community that depends on its acute and outpatientmedical care services.
The hospital, which offers medical and health clinic servicesacross three Kansas City locations, including the main campus on MeyerBoulevard, the Research Medical Center Brookside Campus on Rockhill Road and
Research Psychiatric Center, a Campus of Research Medical Center on 63rdStreet. Research Medical Center features a broad range of highly specialized,state-of-the-art services including a Level I Trauma Center; Cycle IV ChestPain Center; Neuroscience Institute; Level 1 TCD-designated Stroke Center andthe region's first Accredited Primary Stroke Center; TIA Clinic; Grossman BurnCenter; Liver and Pancreas Institute of Kansas City; the Sarah Cannon CancerInstitute at Research Medical Center; Obstetrics; Level III Neonatal IntensiveCare Unit; Transplant Institute; and Orthopedics, among others.
Although Research Medical Center receives awards and prestigiousrecognition from The Joint Commission, the American Heart Association and otherhigh-profile organizations, we don't rest on them—instead, our team members putexcellence into action.
Research Medical Center, as part of HCA MidAmerica, does much more than justmake an impact on patient lives and the community it serves. Our culture isfounded on HCA's tenets of innovation, high-quality care, mutual respect andcollaborative teamwork.
Our hospital offers career opportunities thatchallenge, embrace and transform lives. And the unwavering dedication todeliver world-class healthcare is a two-way street: Research Medical Center iscommitted to its employees and, in turn, employees are committed to its patientsand loved ones.
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Research Medical Center is currently looking fora LeadCarpenter.
The Lead Carpenter maybe required to construct, erect, alter, paint, repair, install, and/or finishthe following:
Doors, roofs, windows, furniture, cabinets,open scape offices, screens, frames, scaffolding, flooring including wood, ceramic, resilient andcement, tables, plywood, shelves, wall covering, drywall including sanding andprep work, pre-fabricated material, siding, glass, paneling, door hardware,handrails, grab bars etc. May also be required to perform minor concrete workincluding fish work, prep work and power washing.
Education: High School Diploma or equivalent.
Experience: Minimum ten (10) years' experience professional flooring andcarpentry.
Management Experience: N/A
General hand and power tools.
Good communication andprioritization skills.
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