Finish & Rough Framing Carpenters
Trim Specialists Inc. Milwaukee County, WI
- Posted: over a month ago
- $16 to $25 Hourly
- Benefits: 401k, dental, life insurance, medical
Benefits and Compensation:
- Hourly rate meets experience level...
- Aerial lift and OSHA training
- Medical, Dental, Disability and Life Insurance Plans
- Paid Vacation
- Paid Holidays
- 401(K) Program
The carpenter is responsible for the full range of rough and finished skilled carpentry work. Applicants will work from blueprints, specifications, drawings and instructions to design, build, remodel, retrofit, maintain and repair various types of facilities and structures, inspect completed work for conformance with specification requirements and compliance with applicable building and safety codes also inspect related work by contractors.
- Prepare the layout of the project.
- Estimate height, width, length and other proportions.
- Work with blueprints or instructions from supervisors.
- Work with materials such as wood, plastic, fiberglass, or drywall.
- Utilize chisels, planes, saws, drills and sanders to repair and erect structures.
- Join materials with nails, screws, staples or adhesives.
- Work on top of ladders and the top beams of buildings.
- Check work along the way to ensure it's up to code and specifications.
- Use levels, rules, plumb bobs, framing squares and surveying equipment to ensure everything is level and secure.
- Work with prefabricated buildings.
- Build stairs and mantles.
- Install cabinets and moulding.
- Remodel homes and businesses.
- Erect scaffolding.
- Install partitions, doors and windows.
- Construct building frameworks, including wall, floors and door-frames.
- Help erect, level and install building framework with the aid of ridding hardware and cranes.
- Detail oriented. Carpenters perform many tasks that are important in the overall building process. Making precise measurements, for example, may reduce gaps between windows and frames, limiting any leaks around the window.
- Manual dexterity. Carpenters use many tools and need hand-eye coordination to avoid injury. Striking the head of a nail, for example, is crucial to not damaging wood.
- Math Skills. Because carpenters use basic math skills every day, they need to be able to calculate volume and measure materials to be cut.
- Physical stamina. Carpenters need physical endurance. They often lift heavy tools and materials while standing, climbing or bending for long periods.
- Physical strength. Many of the tools and materials that carpenters use are heavy. For example, plywood sheets can weigh 50 to 100 pounds.
- Problem-solving skills. Because all construction jobs vary, carpenters must adjust project plans accordingly. For example, they may have to use wedges to level cabinets in homes that have settled and are sloping slightly.
- Minimum 4 to 7 years rough carpentry or construction experience.
- Our foreman must have the leadership skills to monitor safety, quality standards, training and production. Management skills are required to lead the Trim Specialists teams to a successful project.
- Our foreman work directly under the supervision of our office staff which is in place to assist you with technical support, manpower needs and tools and equipment for a smooth transition from plans to structural building.
Trim Specialists Inc.Why Work Here?
Medium Sized Company with good benefits and room to grow at your own pace. Our company has been in business over 25 years and still growing.
Trim Specialists is a carpentry subcontractor based out of Watertown, WI. Trim Specialists has been working throughout Wisconsin since 1993. As a member of Trim Specialists you will be given training to help you not only succeed as a carpenter but also give you the opportunity to become a foreman. Being part of Trim Specialists you are not just another number, here we treat our employees like family.
602 S Water StMilwaukee County, WI
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