Responsibilities include performing rough and finish work, repairing structures, inspecting materials, selecting materials, performing preventive maintenance and performing masonry and painting.
Performs rough and finish work requiring full range carpentry duties in major alterations.
Repairs structures including insulation.
Repairs and replaces flooring, doors, windows, sheet rock, plywood, veneer panels, hardware and other related items.
Follows oral or written instruction.
Inspects materials for correct grade.
Performs rough carpenter work of minor repair of structures and other items.
Applies caulking compound or filler material around doors, windows and areas requiring a tight seal.
Makes and/or repairs cabinets for houses requiring the routing, planning and installation of such hardware.
Works from defined drawings and sketches.
Selects materials to perform the work.
Performs preventative maintenance to foundations, exterior/interior walls, ceiling, floors, floor coverings, doors, windows, stairs, roof framing, gutters, and roofs.
Repairs steps and porches from specifications involving finishing concrete to grade or works from blueprints.
Repairs masonry and painting.
Repairs plaster on walls.
Replaces bricks in walls.
Paints surfaces for required protection rather than appearance.
May be required to drive GSA vehicle.
Other duties may be assigned.
High school diploma or general education degree (GED) or six months related experience; or equivalent combination of education and experience. An additional six months related experience is required. Ability to read and comprehend simple instructions, short correspondence, and memos. Ability to write simple correspondence. Ability to effectively present information in one-on-one and small group situations to customers, clients, and other employees of the organization. Must have knowledge of the practices and procedures of the carpentry trade in order to effectively construct and repair structural woodwork and/or buildings. Skill in using power tools associated with the carpentry trade in order to select the proper tool to complete the task at hand. A valid drivers license may be required by department.
Cherokee Nation - 16 months ago