- Every project is a custom home build
- Wage 25-40 hour (based on experience) plus benefits
- Minimum of 1 year experience
- Based out of one job site – minimal travel
- Full time hours with optional extensive overtime
- Accurately measuring, cutting, and shaping lumber, wood, and other building materialsAttaching building materials using nails, screws, nuts, and boltsAnalyzing blueprints and drawings to determine the structural dimensions of the framework to be constructed.Analyzing construction plans to identify potential structural problems.Examining building materials to identify any defects.Performing cleanups of job sites by clearing away all carpentry debris and wasteAdhere to all safety protocols while on the job, including wearing proper safety clothing and gear
- Sound knowledge of building codes and safety regulations.Physical strength and stamina.The ability to safely use hand and power tools.Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills.Strong organizational skills.Effective communication skills.Reliable with your own transportation
- Work mainly outdoorsVaried hours depending on the demands of the project Peak periods may require you to work overtimeWork on residential sites with other framers and carpenters.The Job is physically demanding
- In order to ensure workplace safety, the following are mandatory:
-Workplace Hazardous Material Information System (WHMIS)
-Working with Heights trained
COVID 19 PROTOCOLS:
- All offices and jobsites implement additional cleaning measures of common areas. All door handles, railings, ladders, switches, controls, eating surfaces, shared tools and equipment, taps, toilets, and personal workstation areas are wiped down at least twice a day with a disinfectant, such as disinfectant wipes. Individuals are responsible for cleaning and disinfecting their workstations.
- Additional sanitary measures are implemented on site: hand washing stations with a posted hand washing protocol, hand sanitizer stations, provision of disinfectant wiping products. These types of facilities are made available at site entries, exits, washrooms, eating areas, offices, and any other areas with commonly touched surfaces.
- Alternate arrangements are made as necessary to ensure workers avoid breaking the minimum physical distance with others for prolonged periods. Where this is not possible due to task-specific safety risks, a risk assessment is done to identify controls to protect the health and safety of the workers.
- The worksite is rearranged to reduce high-traffic areas and allow for the minimum physical distancing. Vehicles, equipment, and tools are assigned to a single individual, or, to the minimum number of operators needed for safe use. Where work is done in crews, the work is planned to minimize or eliminate the crossover of workers between crews.Screening at entry of construction site
- Before entering the site, individuals must confirm that:
o They are not currently exhibiting flu-like symptoms such as fever, tiredness, coughing, or congestion; o They have not returned from outside of Canada within the past 14 days;
o To the best of their knowledge, they have not been in contact with someone with a confirmed or probable case of COVID-19; and
o They have not been working on a site that was shut down due to the virus.Individuals who are at increased risk of serious illness (due to age, pregnancy or other medical condition) are not to be permitted on site.
Any responses or results of any screening measures, whether they permit an individual on site or not, are to be kept private and treated as sensitive medical information.
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