Under limited supervision is engaged in fabrication, installation, and repair of cabinets, counterparts, furniture, doors/windows, and other kinds of wood, plastic laminate, fiberglass, and metal fixtures in residential, commercial, and industrial buildings.
Maintains and operates shop equipment, e.g., saws, planners, sanders, shapers, etc.
Develops solutions to a variety of problems of moderate complexity.
Receives direction form Construction Group Supervisor.
Adheres to Company safety policies, procedures, and programs.
Responsible for work accomplished in accordance with published schedules.
Coordinates work within the work center or shop.
Develops shop operation manuals and trains personnel to maintain and operate shop equipment.
Fabricates and installs cabinets, furniture, doors/windows and associated components.
Fabricates special wood trim and moldings for finish work.
Repairs, builds, and installs countertops, shelving, shower/tub compartments, etc. in residential, commercial, and industrial buildings.
Maintains and operates shop equipment, e.g. saws, planners, sanders, shaper, etc.
Orders parts/supplies to replenish bench stocks and accomplish assigned work.
Ensures material usage is consistent with scheduled work activity.
Develops material take-off lists as directed.
Estimates/reports on project completion times/dates and maintains records of work accomplishments and staff time expended; makes informal estimates of production capability that is used in planning and estimating budget needs.
Interprets drawings, sketches, and blueprints to determine scope of work.
Assists in planning and implementing special projects, ongoing major projects and possible future requirements based on age and usage of buildings and structures.
Performs work in both a shop setting and outside on various types of job/construction sites; work outside is in a tropical environment with high temperatures and humidity.
Performs other related duties as assigned.
JOB SKILLS & KNOWLEDGE REQUIREMENTS
Well-rounded background in cabinet and furniture fabrication and installation to include but not limited to fabrication and installation of door/windows and their associated components; fabrication and installation of countertops, shelf units, and other building fixtures.
Ability to work independently and ability to supervise other personnel as needed.
Ability to work with wood, plastic laminates, fiberglass, and metal.
Ability to design and construct special jigs.
Good knowledge of applicable building codes and their application for purposes of evaluation of buildings and structures, their components, associated appurtenances, property uses and their condition.
Physical ability to bend, climb and lift up to 50 lbs.
Good communication skills and ability to work harmoniously with both senior and subordinate personnel.
Required: 6 years carpentry experience at the journeyman level in a shop/construction environment responsible for the maintenance and operation of shop saws, planners, sanders, shapers, etc.
Desired: 10 years experience at journeyman level in a shop environment.
Required: High School Diploma or equivalent.
Desired: Related specialty courses or related training.
OTHER SPECIAL QUALIFICATIONS
Must be able to relocate to the Marshall Islands.
You and authorized dependents, if any, traveling to Kwajalein are required to have a valid passport in your possession prior to departure. You and your dependents must maintain a current passport during your stay on the island.
This position is unaccompanied.
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