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Commit to following our safety and construction proceduresReport promptly for work Read, understand and build according to the customers and the foreman's specifications.Complete quality building projects by digging and installing footings, framing walls and roof structures, installing windows, doors, various siding and roofing materials and finishing with metal and wood trimsOperate construction hand tools and other specialized equipmentWork with other carpentry crew personnel in a safe, organized and enjoyable work environmentApply good customer service and maintain a clean work site.Qualifications for Carpentry Construction Worker:Capability to work in a physically demanding construction environment Ability to work at heights up to 30 feet Willingness to adapt to a flexible work schedule. Arriving prior to 6 AM start of shift and working approximately 50 hours per week. Willing to work extra hours when needed such as good weather conditions, completing construction work before bad weather, and taking care of demanding customer situations.Work in various types of weather conditions.Ability to operate construction hand tools and other specialized equipment safely and effectivelyOvernights may occasionally be required, although very seldom and you are home each weekend.If overnight stay is required, then all crew members receive paid hotel rooms and meal per diem.Company covers 50% if the insurancePay Rate: Up to $18 per Hour plus project bonuses plus overtime!!i

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