Job # 035459
Department Code 31202-5552
Department Facilities Services
Job Title Carpenter 'A'
Location 285 Ainsley DR
Pay Range Based on SU/SEIU Contract
Salary Grade 86
FLSA Status Non-exempt
There are 4 open Temporary Positions, May 9th-August 28th, 2019
(All days and hours subject to change)
Job Type Temporary
Campus Syracuse, NY
Unionized Position Code UP
Plan and perform all carpentry work in construction, renovation, remodeling projects and repairs.
An advanced knowledge of carpentry equivalent to complete accredited apprentice training or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
At least 3 years additional practical experience.
A valid driver’s license; the ability to drive both manual and automatic transmission vehicles.
Must provide own hand tools.
Job Specific Qualifications
**THIS IS A TEMPORARY POSITION FROM MAY9TH-AUGUST 28TH, 2019
THERE ARE 4 OPEN POSITIONS.
Cabinet making experience preferred
Plan and layout work to remodel structures, case cabinets, staircases, etc. Construct and repair a wide variety of wood structures and equipment including floors, ceilings, framing, dry wall application, platforms, boxes, windows, screen and door frames, baseboards, railings, etc. Install tiles, carpet, metal studs and insulation. Work from blueprints, schematic diagrams, etc. Cut and install wood, plaster board, sheet rock, Plexiglas, Formica, carpet and vinyl. Use all types of adhesives
Repetitive standing, bending, stooping, crawling, walking, daily lifting of items that weigh up to 50 pounds, pushing, and pulling.
Operate a variety of shop equipment including joiner, planer, table saws, band saws, cut-off saws, mortise and tenon machines, routers, shapers, etc. Operate a variety of hand tools including circular saws, handsaws, coping saw, chisels, brace and bit, etc.
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Quick Link http://www.sujobopps.com/postings/78996
Job Posting Date 02/28/2019
Application Deadline 03/06/2019
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