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TRAVELING CARPENTER JOB DESCRIPTION
Carry out climbing wall construction installation tasks on various climbing gym construction projects across the country. Installation using a variety of methods, including steel fabrication, erection, installation and basic carpentry skills to complete tasks will be needed and employed. Operate hand and power tools of all types and a variety of construction equipment and instruments. In addition, will clean and prepare sites, install panels & steel, erect scaffolding, and clean up rubble and debris. Will be responsible for maintaining a clean and organized jobsite.
Primary and Essential Functions
Follow all OSHA Safety Expectations;
Support fellow field crew and work effectively as a team;
Be professional, respectful, embrace change, be trainable, and have a positive attitude;
Execute effective time management to be at work and come back from breaks on-time;
Be dressed properly and 100% ready with appropriate clothing and safety boots on before clocking in;
Have hard hat and safety boots on before entering the jobsite;
Effectively use Vertical Solutions tech platforms and tools to ensure data integrity is in place with iSolve and LS Sessions;
Be efficient in task preparation to ensure production output starts timely;
Keep the jobsite clean, organized and adhere to 5S methodology;
Have a sense of urgency and purpose throughout the day while achieving a Culture of Craftsmanship;
Have the ability to consistently do things correctly the first time to maximize productivity results;
Do some masonry concrete;
Operate hand, power and pneumatic tools and equipment adhering to safety procedures;
Load, unload, and identify building materials, machinery, and tools, and distributes them to the appropriate locations, according to project plans and specifications;
Assemble and disassemble concrete forms, shoring, braces, ramps, scaffolding and other temporary structures;
Perform demolition, excavation, and grade to specifications;
Read and interpret plans on both printed and computer driven platforms;
Make estimates of material and equipment requirements;
Install all common building materials including but not limited to sheet rock, paneling, tile, millwork and trim, framing materials, fasteners and anchors;
Use proper procedures for common construction chemicals and compounds including but not limited to mixing, disposal, and identification of hazardous and nonhazardous materials;
Operate heavy equipment;
Lubricate, clean, and repair machinery, equipment and tools;
Control traffic passing near, in, and around work zones;
Work at heights both on a lift and in a harness in an exposed environment;
Provide assistance to craft workers, such as electricians, HVAC, and masons, etc. if needed;
Follow standard operating procedures (SOPs), general directions (both verbal & hands-on), execute quality-control programs and safety requirements for all production operations;
Wear company provided safety equipment IE (harness, hard hat, safety vest, safety glasses).
General labor work (e.g. Sweep, clean up job site, organizing, inventory management, run errands, use hammer and saw, demolition, etc.);
Additional duties may be assigned in various functions of Vertical Solutions.
Ability to work weekends and overtime;
At least three years of on-the-job construction training, apprenticeship or a 2-year associate degree in Construction;
Minimum of 1 year commercial stick welding experience
Ability to work in a physically demanding environment including lifting heavy materials, operating heavy machinery and staying on their feet most of the day. Some work at great heights or outdoors in all weather conditions;
Thorough knowledge of practices, methods, equipment, materials and tools used in construction and maintenance;
Thorough knowledge of the occupational hazards and safety precautions of the work;
Ability to interpret and work from instructions, penciled plans, sketches, and printed & computer plans;
Ability to use and read measuring tape;
Ability to communicate and coordinate with superiors, subordinates, vendors, peers, and clients;
OSHA 30-day certification (to be obtained within 90 days of hire);
Ability to work independently with minimum supervision.
Ability to travel and move to and from various projects across the country, living in cities for long periods of time with other co-workers;
Ability to travel and be on the road for 80-90% of the year;
Ability to adjust to changing assignments while working onsite;
Work at heights training preferred.
Ability to stand on your feet the majority of the day;
Must be able to frequently lift and/or move up to 50 lbs;
Regularly work at heights in exposed feeling environments;
Potential exposure to hazardous chemical materials;
Noise level is typical of that found in a construction environment;
Subject to atmospheric conditions;
Crouching, kneeling, twisting, reaching, climbing, pushing and pulling;
The worker is required to function in narrow aisles, enclosed and tight spaces or passageways;
Potential exposure to weather and environmental conditions.
Pay Range DOE:
$20-$25 an hour
Equal Opportunity Employer
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