• Use effective verbal and written communication skills. Add, subtract, multiply and divide whole numbers and fractions rapidly and accurately.
• Plan, diagram and lay-out for carpenter’s work.
• Read and understand plans and specifications. Visualize two dimensional drawings in three dimensions.
• With regard to that portion of the work assigned, develop complete understanding of contract plans and specifications, lay-out, installation and/or repair forms, rebar-templates and embeds in accordance with those plans and specifications.
• Examine/inspect field conditions and identify problems, inaccuracies, and cost saving measures that arise or that may be encountered. Take corrective actions as needed.
• Inspect subordinate’s work for compliance with the contract plans and specifications, point out deficiencies and explain and take any corrective action needed.
• Giving full attention to what other people are saying, taking time to understand the points being made, asking questions as appropriate, and not interrupting at inappropriate times.
• Using logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions or approaches to problems.
• Observe functioning of installed equipment or systems to determine hazards and need for adjustments, relocation, or replacement.
• Lift and carry heavy items weighing up to 50 pounds or more.
• Move in and around confined and cluttered places, and uneven areas. Full range of motion and flexibility.
• Work up to a 12 hour shift doing hard physical labor in varying temperature extremes and other outside conditions.
• Climb and maintain balance on steel framework, stairs, ladders and scaffolds.
• Use appropriate hand (i.e. hammer, pliers) and power tools (i.e. skill saw, concrete vibrator) to properly measure, cut, assemble and install forms, rebar, embeds and anchor bolts; construct built- in-place or prefabricated wooden forms, according to specifications for molding concrete structures;
• Identify safety hazards you or other employees may be subject to and take all necessary corrective action to eliminate or minimize hazards.
• Understand and respond appropriately to all safety hazards and warning devices (i.e. back-up alarms, smell of smoke, different colored warning tags, warning sirens).
• Understand and implement lockout/tagout procedures in a safe manner.
• Produce quality work, meeting requirements of plans, specifications and industry standards.
• Be motivated and work productively.
• Perform all other job specific duties as requested by supervisor.
• Perform all other actions necessary to accomplish the foregoing essential job functions.
• Coordinate work with other crafts and co-workers on the job.
Working Environment And Qualifications
**Education, Experience or Formal Training:**
• May require working knowledge of auto-level and transit for accurate lay-out and verification of finished grades, fabrication and erection of forms with thorough knowledge of steel framed forms (i.e. Symons); fabrication and placement of rebar including proper tying techniques; and placing, finishing and sealing concrete.
• Experience in erection of all types of concrete structures. In addition, must have all necessary tools (see Industrial Carpenter tool list).
• Ability to work in conditions common to a construction site including but not limited to rain, sleet, snow, dust, mud, heat, sun, cold, noise.
• Ability to work irregular hours, weekends, and holidays.
• Ability to work up to a 12-hour shift.
• Ability to lift a maximum of 50 pounds.
• Climb and maintain balance on formwork, steel framework, stairs, ladders and scaffolds.
• Move in and around confined and cluttered places, and uneven areas. Possess full range of motion and flexibility.
• The employee is frequently required to stand; walk; sit; reach with hands and arms and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl.
What we expect of you:
Above all we are looking for people with a good attitude. We are willing to support you if you are willing to support us.