· Perform carpentry work on historic preservation projects as directed by supervisors. Work to include structural stabilization, framing, finish carpentry, window restoration/replication, and door restoration/replication. Position includes both site work and shop work.
· Generate MTOs for the carpentry component of each job. Work with supervisor to procure all necessary materials.
· Provide supervisors with daily update of progress onsite or in shop.
· Comply with all company safety policies.
· Assist with other tasks as directed by supervisor.
· Foreman/project management opportunities available for highly qualified applicants, although even our PMs are field managers who manage with their toolbelts on.
· 3 years professional experience; journeyman level skills.
· Ability to read and comprehend construction documents.
· Complete jobsite tool package.
· Reliable work vehicle; willingness to travel for work using personal vehicle.
· 2 years college, trade school, and/or apprenticeship.
· Familiarity with the Secretary of the Interiors Standards for the Preservation of Historic Buildings and established preservation practices, as demonstrated by participation in at least 3 historic preservation projects.
· Experience restoring wood windows and doors.
· Proficiency with Microsoft Word and Excel.