Field Installer Apprentice



YOU BELIEVE SAFETY IS KEY TO GOOD WORK. You can lift 50 pounds and are interested in learning how to safely install materials with carpentry and power tools in a noisy, sawdust filled work space. You can integrate into a busy team of skilled carpenters, working under pressure, and adapting to changing priorities.

ATTENTION TO DETAIL, QUALITY AND FOLLOW THROUGH MATTERS TO YOU. You have the ability to read precise specifications, measure materials accurately, and apply math skills to install material correctly in the completion of a job. Quality in the end-product is your top priority.

YOU ARE CURIOUS AND READY TO LEARN. You love taking on a difficult physical and mental challenges and you don't get flustered easily. You ask insightful questions, are flexible and willing to try things a new way, and you are open to accepting constructive criticism.

Essential job functions may include:

Within the first 30 days:
-Within the first week can accurately spread material to an 80% success rate
-By 3rd week, can independently unload trucks and spread material onto the appropriate building/ lot
-Demonstrate putting 3-piece door jamb together
-By the end of the 30 days, has learned he "Taylor Way" of spreading and is familiar/knowledgeable with different materials 

From 3-6 months:
-Demonstrate proficiency in the installation of entry doors (adjust hinges)
-Work independently and knows how to cut and measure materials
-Show openness and acceptance of constructive criticism for continued improvement
-Ensure all designated working areas are maintained in an orderly manner and continuously maintained free of trash and debris
-Demonstrate general safety knowledge, using tools safely and remains accident free

By 9 months:
-Refine skills to more advanced hardware installations, including bathroom fixtures, thresholds, etc.
-Ability to work in one unit independently and confidently in tole, supporting team members where needed with minimal supervision
-Work towards installer standards, expressing interest in learning and asking questions about how to install new types of trim and hardware

*High School Diploma or GED a plus
*Proficient in math skills including adding, subtracting, multiplication and division, calculating square footage of materials
*Able to perform general physical tasks common to carpentry position (lifting items up to 50 pounds, kneeling, bending, standing, climbing, repetitive motion, use of hand tools, etc.)
*Possess valid CA Driver's License, good driving history and dependable transportation
*Demonstrated past of working safely and adhering to safety standards
*Proven experience working well independently and with teams
*Dependable, punctual and can consistently communicate clearly and effectively with coworkers, vendors, and customers with a great "can-do" attitude

Competitive Wages, Health Benefits Package, Dependent Care FSA, 401K, PTO.