Location: Silverthorne, CO
Position Summary: The Carpenter, who under the direction of the Superintendent, is responsible for organizing and completing tasks delegated by the site Superintendent or Project Manager. The Carpenter is responsible for designing, building, installing, and repairing structures, fixtures, furniture, and other items using different types of materials including wood and steel. This position is required to have a good understanding of construction and be skilled in a variety of construction tasks. A valid driver’s license with a good driving record and the ability to safely drive company vehicles and equipment is required.
- Work with blueprints or instructions from Foreman and Superintendent.
- Work with materials such as wood, plastic, laminates, drywall, concrete, paint, and caulking.
- Utilize hand and power tools to repair and erect structures.
- Use levels, rules, plumb bobs, framing squares and surveying equipment to ensure everything is level and secure.
- Install Door frames, doors and door hardware
- Install cabinets and molding.
- Install wall paneling, trim and corner guards.
- Erect scaffold or ladders for assembling structures above ground level.
- Erect plastic containment barriers for working in occupied spaces.
- Establish and maintain a safe work environment, including a clean work site.
- Install structures or fixtures such as windows, frames, doors, flooring, trim or hardware using carpenters’ hand or power tools.
- Coordinate with subcontractors, when necessary or as required.
- Prep and finish surfaces such as wood and drywall.
- Keep work area clean and tidy and clean up after each project.
- Develop positive relationships with subcontractors, vendors, and other external clients.
- Respond to all inquiries and requests in a timely manner and follow up until each issue is closed.
- Follow all policies and procedures set forth in the Employee Handbook and Company Safety Program.
- Proficient in blueprint reading.
- Knowledge of safe operation of basic hand tools and power tools.
- Willingness to abide by all workplace safety, safe lifting, and safe handling procedures.
- Deliver high quality work that’s accurate, complete, and well-organized.
- Productively use time to meet multiple deadlines.
- Operates with a sense of urgency in completing tasks but know when to ask for help when needed.
- Takes ownership of project and responsibility for own actions.
- Respond to requests for service and assistance to meet commitments.
- Excellent communication skills – both verbal and written; participates in meetings.
- Punctual, regular, and consistent on-site attendance.
- Frequent communication with internal and external contacts; must be able to exchange accurate information in these situations.
- Frequent standing, walking, climbing, kneeling, lifting, and repetitive use of hands.
- Frequent lifting, pulling, and managing heavy equipment and objects.
- Environmental factors include working in temperature extremes of 0 to 100 degrees; inside or outside with exposure to dust, gases, fumes, odors, and poor ventilation in confined spaces.
- Special hazards include exposure to mechanical, electrical, chemical, and explosive hazards.
- Personal protective equipment includes use of hard hat, safety glasses, and steel-toed shoes. Equipment on an as-needed basis may include gloves, lanyards, safety harness, face mask, and hearing protection