The Flat Glass Technician is responsible to remove and install glass products in residential and commercial applications. In residential homes, glaziers install/replace windows, mirrors, shower doors, bathtub enclosures, and specialty glass applications such as tabletops and display cases. In commercial projects, glaziers install items such as heavy, often etched, decorative room dividers or security windows and other glass and mirror applications. The Flat Tech may also replace storefront windows for supermarkets, auto dealerships, banks, and similar businesses. The ideal candidate for this position will have a high school diploma, prior glass experience, a valid and unrestricted driver's license, and the physical stamina to perform all of the duties required of this position.
The following is a representative list of the duties and responsibilities associated with this position:
-- Remove and replace residential and commercial glass applications
-- Cut glass in a precise fashion and handle product in an expert and safe manner
-- Drive specially-stocked, specially-designed service vehicle(s) in order to deliver customer services
-- Expertly use tools of the trade to perform all aspects of preparation, installation, and quality control of all Glass Doctor products
-- Effectively communicate with the customer to set and manage expectations
-- Clean work area upon completion of the project
-- Maintain leading-edge technical knowledge of the glass industry in order to offer viable solutions to customer problems
-- Balance: To minimize the risk of falling, glaziers need a good sense of balance while working on ladders and scaffolding.
-- Hand-eye coordination: Glass must be precisely cut. As a result, a steady hand is needed to achieve a cut of the correct size and shape.
-- Physical strength: Glaziers must often lift heavy pieces of glass for hanging. Physical strength, therefore, is important in their work.
Glass Doctor - 18 months ago