Carpenter Ii Job Description Sample
Benefits Supplemental Questions
Pay Schedule II, Grade 20, Regular Schedule: 40 hours per week
A vacancy exists in the Office of Budget/Finance, Division of Property Management, Roofing Crew.
A list of eligible applicants will be established based on the examination as outlined below.
Current and future vacancies occurring in any Office or Department of Baltimore County General Government may be filled from the list of eligible applicants.
All interested transfer and promotional candidates must apply at this time.
List all promotions and changes in job duties due to reclassification as separate work experiences on your application. Applicants must include the dates of the promotions and reclassifications.
Note: Failure to complete all fields of the "Work Experience" section of the application will result in your application not being considered. A resume will not be considered in determining your qualifications for a position. Applicants selected for an interview may provide a resume at that time.
You can attach your transcript(s) or license(s) to your application.
Failure to submit proof of Licenses, Certifications and Education will result in your application not being considered. Proof of licenses, certifications, and/or education must be submitted with each application.
Examples of Duties:Under general supervision, performs journeyman level carpentry to complete repair, renovation, or construction of County properties.
Installs and repairs asphalt, rubber, metal, tile, slate, and shingle roofs.
Installs and repairs gutters, flashing, sheeting, fascia, roof vents, drains, and other roof-mounted appliances or accessories
Estimates and requisitions materials needed to complete project.
Determines lay out of project.
Completes project according to blueprints or drawings.
Removes and constructs wood, metal, and masonry walls.
Replaces or constructs door jambs and windows.
Installs sheet rock, plaster, and paneling. Installs or replaces a variety of tile and panels to walls, floors, and ceilings.
Installs or replaces wood and synthetic trim, including door casings, mouldings, and weather stripping.
Installs or replaces windows and glass panes.
Repairs and installs door and window hardware, shelves, partitions, and other fixtures.
Lays out, constructs, installs, and repairs cabinets, furniture, and furniture systems.
Uses woodworking tools and machinery to cut and shape wood.
Applies formica and veneers. Leads and instructs lesser skilled workers.
Prepares and keeps records of time and materials used.
Examples of Other Duties
Operates a light truck to transport workers, tools, or materials between job sites. May apply paint, stain, or other chemical coatings. May move furniture or other heavy objects in preparing or cleaning up job sites. Performs other related duties as required.
(NOTE: The duties and responsibilities listed above are for the purpose of determining a common set of minimum qualifications for all positions in this class. They may not include all of the essential job functions of each position in the class. Each position may not be required to perform all of the essential job functions listed.)
Four years' experience in general carpentry.
Related training may be substituted on a year-for-year basis for the required experience.)
Licenses and Certificates
Possession of a valid driver's license equivalent to a non-commercial, class C Maryland driver's license at the time of appointment.
Applicants will be qualified based on an evaluation of their training and experience, as stated on their application, which includes answers to the supplemental questions. Applicants must state the dates and duties of past and present experience clearly and completely for evaluation purposes.
Conditions of Employment:Employees in this classification are designated as Emergency/Essential and may be required to work overtime with little or no advance notice. Employees in this classification may be subject to standby duty for after-hours emergencies on a rotating basis.
Physical and Environmental Conditions
The work of this classification entails the performance of heavy physical labor including bending, stooping, climbing ladders, the lifting and carrying of heavy objects, and the operation of machinery, tools, and equipment. Some duties require exposure to potentially hazardous conditions such as airborne particulate matter and inclement weather. Some positions require travel between work sites.
Medical Examination and Employment Background Investigation
Applicants selected for an appointment to a position in Baltimore County must successfully complete a physical examination and drug screen and an employment background investigation, including, but not limited to a criminal background, education, and fingerprint check.
Summary of Position:
The Carpenter II position is responsible for responding to resort needs and department requests to maintain the entire facility by performing various tasks primarily related to, but not limited to, the carpenter trade. This involves performing a variety of tasks and trades. A commercial/residential carpenter's activities include the repair and fabrication of tables, chairs, and other furnishings on the property. It also involves the repair/replacement of doors and jambs and application of varnishes, lacquers, sealers, stains, water & solvent borne paints; glazes and alkyds paint throughout the resort.
Respond to challenges and requests throughout the resort, making necessary repairs and/or accommodating the resort's needs.
Work with other departments to perform repairs as requested.
Visually inspect and diagnose problems, making repairs as necessary or as instructed by supervisors.
Maintain inventory of supplies to perform job functions.
Report major repair items or items that cannot be repaired to management within Property Operations.
Perform all other duties as assigned by the manager(s)/director(s) of Property Operations and/or the General Manager.
Education: High school diploma or equivalent preferred.
Experience: 5-10 Years of experience with all phases of carpentry preferred with an additional 2-4 years of experience at the foreman or Superintendent level overseeing large scale carpentry projects from start to finish.
Certificates or Licenses: Valid Driver's License with a clean motor vehicle record
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Skills in the use of related tools including hand and power tools required.
Mathematical skills necessary to perform job duties
Ability to bend, stoop, kneel, and push and pull objects weighing up to 100 pounds, carry objects up to 50 pounds
Ability to walk around a large Resort for the majority of the work period
Ability to climb ladders and work at height up to 30 feet for extended periods
Ability to memorize and perform Resort Standards, AAA Diamond standards, and Mystery shopper standards
Organized: Maintain a neat, organized workspace, maintaining important documents pertinent to job
Communicates effectively: Speaks and listens in a clear, thorough, and timely manner, effectively reading and writing, using the English language
Professional Appearance: Exhibits an appearance appropriate for a four diamond resort (Specific grooming standards are available for review)
This position is a safety-sensitive position. Under the law, safety-sensitive positions are defined as positions where the employee operates, repairs, maintains or monitors the performance or operation of a motor vehicle, equipment, machinery, or power tools. Safety-sensitive positions may also include jobs where the tasks or duties required of the employee could affect the safety or health of the employee performing the task or others.
Provides general carpentry, construction, and renovation services for BCM departments and community. Maintains the overall aesthetics/cosmetic appearance of facilities and equipment.
Estimates time and material on new construction and renovation projects.
Coordinates and assists in design with client.
Prepares shop drawings for casework and supervises cutout and fabrication of casework.
Coordinates and schedules work with other trades personnel and contractors to complete jobs in a timely manner.
Performs carpentry work using a variety of carpentry hand and power tools.
Maintains clean work area and cleans up completed projects.
Follows up with customer to ensure quality and satisfaction.
High school diploma or G.E.D.
Trade or Technical school.
Five years experience in general carpentry and casework fabrication to include experience in estimating and coordinating jobs.
Renovation and construction experience.
Completion of recognized apprenticeship.
This position is located at our GSU Perimeter College Clarkston Campus and is within the Maintenance and Operations Department of Facilities Management Services.
The Clarkston Campus is located at:
555 North Indian Creek Drive
Clarkston, GA 30021-2361
- May require to travel to other campuses.
Schedule: Monday through Friday 7:00 a.m. to 3:45 p.m.
This position will perform a variety of skilled carpentry and generalconstruction duties supporting the maintenance and repair and to perform avariety of technical tasks relative to assigned areas of responsibility.
Will assist and instruct other carpenters on projects.Installs doors and frames, sheet-rock, chalkboards, ceilings, floors, makingadditions, extension or alterations. Performs a variety of preventivemaintenance functions; inspect and repair doors, floors and locks. Hangs andmaintains GSU banners.
Operates a variety of carpentry equipment and toolsincluding saws routers, drills, sanders, planers and various hand tools.
Performs rough framing duties; cut, trim, hang and finishdoors, sliding doors, enclosures and overhangs. Will assemble, install andrepair cabinets, book cases, chairs, desk and tables.
Installs and replaces window frames and broken windows.
Reads and follows blueprints, shop drawing and sketchessupporting the performance of assigned duties and responsibilities.
Serves as a lead worker over a small group of employees;instructs others in the proper use of tools used in the carpentry trade.
Will be working with an automated work order system.
Performs other related duties and responsibilities asrequired.
Technical or vocational degree and two years of related experience; a high school diploma or GED and four years related experience; or combination of education and related experience.
The Carpenter II constructs, repairs and maintains Hospital buildings, structures, furniture and equipment built of wood or wood products and performs corrective maintenance in accordance with the work order system.
Installing drywall and other wall finish materials with a neat appearance at all times.
Hanging ceiling tiles, ceiling grid and cubicle tracks with a neat appearance at all times.
Installing drywall and other wall finish materials.
Constructing/repairing furniture, shelving, benches, partitions, including formica work, in a complete and professional manner at all times.
Hanging pictures, bulletin boards, signs and the like with a neat appearance at all times.
Replacing hinges, locksets, door closers, and other similar hardware in a timely manner.
High School Diploma or equivalent required. Ability to read, comprehend and transmit complicated and detailed instructions.
A general understanding of the carpentry trade normally acquired through an apprentice carpentry program or similar on-the-job training and three (3) years related carpentry experience.
Ability to meet deadlines, to concentrate and pay attention to detail.
Interpersonal skills necessary to deal effectively and in a courteous manner with Hospital personnel.
Kent Campus - Kent, OH
$20.04 - $20.94 (6 month rate)
Under general supervision, performs a variety of skilled carpentry work in constructing, erecting, installing, finishing, repairing and maintaining interior and exterior structures, roofing systems, furniture, signs, hardscapes and related components using appropriate carpentry procedures, hand and power tools, and other machinery. Reports to Carpentry Supervisor or other designated supervisor.
Additional Basic Function – if applicable:
Examples of Duties:
Duties/essential functions may include, but not be limited to, the following:
Performs rough and finished interior and exterior carpentry work, skilled hand and bench work, and miscellaneous shop duties; designs, fabricates, repairs, refinishes, and installs cabinets, furniture, counter tops, bulletin boards, partitions, shelves, signs, etc.
Tears down old constructions; makes building maintenance repairs and alterations performing interior and exterior rough and finished carpentry work (e.g., remodels offices, builds partitions, ceilings, stairs, bridges, performs dry-wall work, etc.).
Collaborates with other trades persons regarding job/work orders.
Determines and/or gathers necessary materials required to complete a job; monitors inventory levels and reports supply needs to supervisor; maintains records of jobs.
Installs flooring to include: carpet (squares and broadloom), VCT, laminate and vinyl plank, sheet goods, hardwood, ceramic/porcelain tile, stone/quarry or similar.
Installs ceiling systems to include: acoustical tile or panels, grid systems, black iron supports and similar.
Fabricates, repairs, and installs door framings, casings, doors, locks, windows, window shades; replaces hardware, screens, mechanical and electric closures, brackets, and panic bars; may replace or install glass in windows and doors.
Installs insulation (batt: cellulose, fiberglass, foam, etc.) in buildings and structures.
Fabricates and installs counter tops and backsplash made of wood, laminate, solid surface, granite or similar materials.
Installs and repairs roofing to include: both flat roofs (EPDM-synthetic rubber roofing membrane, modified, rubber, rolled, etc.) and sloped roofs (shingled, metal, etc.). Performs roof and associated material inspections; installs and repairs flashing, wall caps, gutters, scuppers, drains, spouting, overflows, and similar. May be required to move pavers, ballasts, snow, ice, or similar man-made or natural barrier to identify, locate and make repairs.
Installs and repairs Exterior Insulation Finishing Systems (EFIS) such as Dryvit® or similar product(s).
Installs cement/concrete and associated forms; pours, finishes, cuts, seals cement; performs associated cement and concrete work. Builds associated forms.
Erects steel structures, framing, forming, and other forms of iron/metal work.
Cleans shop, oils, cleans, and repairs equipment, and sharpens tools.
Drives vehicle to pick up and deliver personnel and materials; may operate fork lift to move lumber bundles, roofing materials, etc.
May train and direct student employees or employees in a lower pay grade in proper carpentry procedures; may participate in training new employees.
May assist other tradespersons as required.
Performs related duties as required.
Additional Examples of Duties – if applicable:
High school diploma or equivalent.
Successful completion of carpentry apprenticeship with valid journeyman card in industrial or commercial carpentry.
Requires on and off-campus travel.
Valid Ohio driver's license with safe driving record.
Carpentry terminology and techniques
Appropriate safety practices
Use of hand and power tools
Use of various types of aerial lifts and fall protection systems
Interpret and apply blueprints and job estimates
Lift 100 pounds and successfully use a Type IA ladder
Perform mathematics associated with trade applications (e.g., geometry, adding fractions, etc.) *
Read (e.g., damage reports, work orders), write (e.g., to record materials used, hours worked) and accurately follow oral, written, and graphic instructions
Maintain accurate records
Work in high places
Perform masonry work
Communicate with University personnel and public (e.g., to explain work being performed in area, gather information at job site) in person, over the telephone or electronically
Operate computerized equipment
Learn new skills in the application and installation of new building materials and products
Provide positive customer service
Work independently or with a team
Work varied hours and shifts to include evenings, weekends and holidays
Use appropriate PPE, e.g., Respirator
Preferred Qualifications – if applicable:
Asterisk (*) indicates knowledge, skills, abilities which require assessments
Working Conditions / Physical
Exposed to sawdust, dirt, fumes, chemicals, heights, loud equipment noise, variable temperatures and weather conditions, and potentially dangerous equipment (e.g., power saws); requires considerable physical exertion to include frequent lifting of up to 50 pounds (e.g., lumber, furniture) and occasional lifting of up to 100 pounds (e.g., doors), climbing ladders, and extended periods of standing and assuming awkward positions. May be called to work in emergency situations; requires on- and off-campus travel.
Monday through Thursday, 6:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.; however, schedule may change to meet departmental needs.
Must pass a security check.
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.
For official job descriptions, visit www.kent.edu/hr.
Kent State University is a Smoke-Free, Tobacco-Free University effective July 1, 2017. Smoking and tobacco use are not permitted on any of Kent State's campuses or other locations and properties that are owned, operated, or leased by Kent State, both domestic and international. For additional details, visit www.kent.edu/smoke-free.
The intent of this description is to illustrate the types of duties and responsibilities that will be required of positions given this title and should not be interpreted to describe all the specific duties and responsibilities that may be required in any particular position. Directly related experience/education beyond the minimum stated may be substituted where appropriate at the discretion of the Appointing Authority. Kent State University reserves the right to revise or change job duties, job hours, and responsibilities.
Carpenter II - Steeplechase Project
Mortenson's success is not a matter of luck; it's a result of our ingenuity, expertise, and exceptional people coupled with our unparalleled focus on customer service. Our foundation and culture are based upon our company values of trust, safety, teamwork, responsibility, service and stewardship. We are inspired by a compelling purpose to build structures and facilities for the advancement of modern society and a mission to create an exceptional customer experience. Mortenson has built a reputation for being a leader in our industry and in the communities in which we live and work.
As a Carpenter II, your primary duties include skilled craftsmanship for installation of all types of concrete formwork, in wall and roof blocking, installation of doors, frames, hardware, and finish carpentry.
Build decks, stairs, roofs and other temporary structures between office units, plan tables, install shelves, setup tool trailers and/or conex's, per plan
Hand-set forms and/or assemble the gang forms
Assist journeyman and foreman with the shooting of grades and elevations
The unloading, handling, stockpiling, and erecting of all pre-fabricated materials
Concrete and rough carpentry
Hand set Walls
Gang Wall Forms
Structural Concrete Decks
In wall and roof blocking
Finish Carpentry, including doors, frames, and hardware
All other duties as assigned
All team members are expected to demonstrate the following characteristics:
Cooperate with others when in a team environment
Accept direction from supervisors
Follow work rules and procedures
Punctual and consistent attendance
Accept constructive feedback
Works within precise limits or standards of accuracy
Pictures solid objects from drawings or diagrams
Must be able to operate equipment such as: table saw, radial arm saws, belt & disc sanders, drill presses, fall protection equipment, rigging and form systems
Ability to frequently sit, stand, walk crouch, kneel, climb and periodically lift up to 50 lbs
Able to adapt communication style to the speaker and possess a high degree of active listening skills
Strong teamwork orientation
Positive attitude and professional customer service skills
Education and Experience Requirements
A high school diploma or GED is preferred
Trade or technical school certification/diploma is a plus
A minimum of three years of experience as a carpenter
Mortenson is an EOE/Affirmative Action/M/F/Veteran/Disabled employer. EEO is the Law
Maintenance II - Carpenter
Title: Maintenance II – Carpenter
Reports To: Maintenance Supervisor – Carpentry/Painting/Locks
Position Purpose: To keep the District's facilities maintained and operational so that they present no problems or interruptions to the education program.
High school graduate or equivalent.
Actively participating in an Apprenticeship Carpentry Program, or an equivalent experience and training which provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform the essential functions of the job.
Minimum of four years experience in finish carpentry and rough carpentry within a commercial, industrial, or facilities operations setting.
Experience and training in painting, finish work, plastering, ceiling tile installation/repair, drywall installation/repair, carpentry, insulation, carpet installation/repair, flooring installation/repair, ceramic tile installation/repair, glass block, weather stripping, window installation/repair, door installation/repair, and door hardware and lock installation/repair or such alternatives to the above qualifications as determined to be appropriate and acceptable.
Knowledge of commercial/industrial practices, processes, OSHA regulations, and applicable code requirements related to the carpentry trade.
Knowledge of standard practices, tools, and terminology in painting, plastering, carpentry, flooring, window installation/repair, door installation/repair, and other assigned skill areas.
Ability to read, understand, and apply technical information in equipment and facilities maintenance manuals, technical bulletins, blueprints, and associated literature; must be able to interpret the technical language within the assigned skill areas.
Ability to design or modify components to meet job requirements in the assigned skill areas.
Must have or obtain a valid Kansas driver's license and possess a good driving record.
Ability to work in varied weather and temperature conditions.
Ability to work from heights.
Knowledge of colors.
Ability to perform work independently, according to prescribed standards and procedures with a minimum of supervision.
Ability to follow verbal and written instructions.
Dependability and the ability to get along with others.
Knowledge of occupational hazards, safety precautions, hazardous materials, and proper ways necessary to perform the assigned tasks.
The incumbent may be required to use the skills and abilities outlined below during any part of the working day:
Ability to lift and carry up to 100 pounds.
Ability to work from a ladder.
Speaking, reading, hearing, manual dexterity.
Standing, sitting, bending, stooping, walking.
Reaching, pushing, pulling, climbing, driving.
Report to the Maintenance Supervisor – Carpentry/Painting/Locks to receive each day's assignments.
Respond to work requests in a timely and courteous manner.
Perform maintenance and repair tasks in accordance with appropriate standards and procedures.
Install structures and fixtures such as windows, frames, floorings, trim, hardware, etc. using appropriate power tools, hand tools, etc.
Remodel office and work space, including partitions, paneling, etc. for the purpose of ensuring safe and efficient utilization of space.
Assemble and fasten materials (wood, plastic, fiberglass, drywall, etc.) to make framework or props using hand tools, wood screws, nails, dowel pins, glue, etc.
Build or repair block walls, stairs, mantles, counter tops, cabinets, shelving, moldings, doors, frameworks, furniture, floors, and other wooden fixtures used in buildings using appropriate woodworking machines, power tools, hand tools, etc.
Construct forms and chutes for pouring concrete.
Finish surfaces of woodwork or wallboard in buildings using paint, paneling, hand tools, etc.
Fill cracks and other defects in plaster or plasterboard using patching plaster, trowels, sanding tools, etc.
Apply shock-absorbing, sound-deadening, and decorative paneling to ceilings and walls.
Measure and mark cutting lines on materials using ruler, pencil, chalk, and marking gauge.
Shape or cut materials to specified measurements using appropriate machines, power saws, and/or hand tools.
Use levels, rules, plumb bobs, framing squares, and surveying equipment to ensure everything is level and secure.
Assist with a variety of work assignments, including such things as painting, plastering, ceiling tile installation/repair, drywall installation/repair, carpentry, carpet installation/repair, flooring installation/repair, weather stripping, window installation/repair, door installation/repair, etc.
Assist with development and carry out preventative maintenance program.
Erect scaffolding, moveable and immoveable staging, rigging, ladders, etc. as necessary using proper safety methodology; move furniture and equipment as necessary.
Follow the District's system for the receipt and issuance of parts and supplies, as well as maintaining recordkeeping and inventories.
Ensure that all assigned vehicles, machinery, equipment, tools, and supplies are accounted for, secured, and used correctly.
Attend appropriate training sessions, meetings, and classes as part of professional development.
Accomplish assigned tasks in a safe and efficient manner.
Operate and care for equipment used in daily work assignments.
Maintain accurate and complete time sheets.
Assist other maintenance areas with work requests as assigned.
Assist with snow removal as necessary, including operating snow plows, tractors, etc.
Demonstrate professional image through appearance, language, and work ethic.
Require good attendance record for continuity of operations.
Perform other duties as assigned.
Term of Employment: Twelve (12) months
Evaluation: Performance of this position will be evaluated in accordance with provisions of the Board policy on evaluation of Classified Personnel.
Significant Associations: The performance responsibilities are not limited to those outlined in this description and may include any other responsibilities as assigned by the administrator/supervisor.
Carpenter Mechanic II
Charleston County School District invites qualified individuals to apply for the position of Carpenter Mechanic II. Interested persons may apply online at www.ccsdschools.com or apply at the Human Resource Office, 75 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29401. For a detailed listing of the required documentation to complete your application file, please refer to the Classified Application Procedures which are located under the Employment Section of our website. All information can be emailed to email@example.com or sent to Human Resources, 75 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29401, Fax (843) 937-6383.
REQUIRED MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
High School Diploma or equivalent, supplemented by completion of an acceptable National or South Carolina recognized apprentice-level carpentry training program;
Five (5) years comparable experience. Nine (9) years if apprentice-level training program was not completed;
SKILLS are required to perform single, technical tasks with a need to occasionally upgrade skills in order to meet changing job conditions. Specific skills required to satisfactorily perform the functions of the job include: adhering to legal statutes, organizational rules, etc.; adhering to safety practices; operating equipment used in carpentry; planning and
managing projects; and preparing and maintaining accurate records;
- KNOWLEDGE is required to perform algebra and/or geometry; read technical information, compose a variety of documents, and/or facilitate group discussions; and solve practical problems. Specific knowledge required to satisfactorily perform the functions of the job includes: use and maintenance of job related tools and equipment; safety practices and procedures; standard carpentry practices; reading blueprints and drawings; and the Uniform Building Code;
- ABILITY is required to schedule activities and/or meetings; gather and/or collate data; and consider a number of factors when using equipment. Flexibility is required to work with others in a variety of circumstances; work with data utilizing defined and similar processes; and operate equipment using a variety of processes. Ability is also required to work with a diversity of individuals and/or groups; work with similar types of data; and utilize a variety of types of job-related equipment. In working with others, Problem solving with data requires independent interpretation of guidelines; and problem solving with equipment is significant. Specific abilities required to satisfactorily perform the functions of the job include: adapting to changing work priorities; being attentive to detail; establishing and maintaining effective working relationships; meeting deadlines and schedules; setting priorities; working with constant interruptions; and working with
Journeyman carpentry certification
- Perform journeyman level carpentry work in the maintenance, repair, construction and alteration of District buildings and facilities – 30%.
Installs variety of built items and/ or construction materials (e.g. cabinets, ceiling, locks, windows, storage units, partitions doors, bulletin boards, etc.) for the purpose of completing projects/work orders within established time frames – 15%.
Repairs built-in furniture, flooring, locks, cabinets, ceilings, walls, fences, ramps, sheds, stairways, athletic devices, etc. for the purpose of providing for the safe and efficient utilization of work areas – 10%.
Cleans debris from roof sites and drains, performs preventive maintenance work to roofs, and repair and/or replace a variety of roof coverings – 10%.
Assist in ordering, receiving and storing supplies and equipment; contact vendors to order or obtain information concerning supplies and equipment; obtain prices and determine total cost of labor and materials as assigned – 10%.
Read and interpret blueprints, sketches or building plans for information pertaining to type of material required and dimensions of structure or fixture to be fabricated. Plan, design, and prepare paperwork for all facets of minor carpentry construction projects – 10%.
Operate a variety of carpentry equipment such as lathes, saws, shapers, joiners, sanders, power and hand tools and a power-activated tool for driving pins into concrete and steel – 10%.
- Remodels office and work space (e.g. partitions, paneling, walls, doorways, etc.) for the purpose of providing for the efficient utilization of space and addressing cosmetic and/or safety concerns – 5%.
Must be able to exert up to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 50 pounds of force frequently, and/or a negligible amount of force constantly to move objects. Must possess strength, stamina and mobility to perform physical work. Must be willing to perform all related carpentry repair duties. Skilled in the use of tools, equipment, and methods pertinent to a wide variety of carpentry- related installation, maintenance and repair activities. Must be licensed to operate motor vehicles within the State of S.C.
HOURLY RANGE: $14.20 - $16.83 based on the 2011-2012 board approved salary schedule
APPLICATION DEADLINE: Application and Résumé/Profile will be accepted until the position is filled. Applications without verification of proper credentials will not be processed.
Salary is based on documented experience. An approved typing test must accompany applications that specify a typing requirement. A copy of a college transcript or college degree must accompany applications that specify an education requirement. This information can be faxed to 937-6383. All applicants may not be interviewed for this position.
We are proud to be an EEO/AA employer M/F/D/V.
Carpenter Grade II
Business Line Government
Position Title Carpenter Grade II
United States of America - Virginia
AECOM is seeking a Carpenter Grade II to perform routine tasks within trade and assists Carpenter Grade I as assigned.
MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Performs minor carpentry construction work such as ceiling tile, floor tile and carpet installation.
Perform minor building and grounds carpentry maintenance such as ceiling tile, floor tile and carpet replacement.
Hangs pictures, signs and other minor fixtures as directed.
Assist in metal framing and sheet rock installation as directed
Under direction of Grade I Carpenter performs general work order completion such as general masonry, concrete, demolition and debris removal.
Perform related work as required.
Possess general knowledge of the carpentry trade.
Must be able to operate small power tools and machinery as required.
Ability to comprehend written and oral instructions.
A willingness to work shift if necessary, including days, evenings, and nights as well as overtime, weekends, and holidays as required.
High school, technical school, apprenticeship, trade school graduate or equivalent required.
Two years experience in trade or building maintenance.
Must be a U.S. Citizen, able to obtain and maintain a Top Secret Security Clearance.
What We Offer
AECOM is a place where you can put your innovative thinking and business skills into high gear and work alongside other highly intelligent and motivated people. It's a place where you can apply your skills to some of the world's most challenging, interesting, and meaningful projects worldwide. It's a place that values the diversity of our areas of practice and our people. It's what makes AECOM a great place to work and grow. AECOM is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
At AECOM, employee's safety and security are our top Safeguarding core value. All employees are expected to set the highest level of safety expectation in their work, display the highest level of safe behavior, and actively participate in AECOM's Safety For Life Program. SH&E is a part of our company culture and participation is required for all employees.
NOTICE TO THIRD PARTY AGENCIES: Please note that AECOM does not accept unsolicited resumes from recruiters or employment agencies. In the absence of a signed Recruitment Fee Agreement, AECOM will not consider or agree to payment of any referral compensation or recruiter fee. In the event a recruiter or agency submits a resume or candidate without a previously signed agreement, AECOM explicitly reserves the right to pursue and hire those candidate(s) without any financial obligation to the recruiter or agency. Any unsolicited resumes, including those submitted to hiring managers, are deemed to be the property of AECOM.
Job Category Craft/Trade
Business Group Management Services Group (MS)
Country United States of America
Position Status Full-Time
Requisition/Vacancy No. 177721BR
Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or protected veteran status.
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