Salem State University

Carpenter II

2 weeks ago(1/10/2018 10:56 AM)
ID
2017-1986
State Title
Carpenter II
Job Category
Classified
Posting End Date
1/19/2018
Finance and Facilities
Pay Basis
Yearly
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$804.43 weekly/$41,830.36 annually

General Statement of Duties

Maintains buildings and related structures in all residence halls by applying carpentry procedures and techniques using carpentry tools to construct, alter, repair or install walls, stairs, floors, ceilings, windows, doors, etc. Performs custom woodworking and finishing carpentry procedures and techniques including use of specialized tools and equipment. Checks buildings to determine need for carpentry repairs. Interprets and draws sketches or layouts of work to be performed. Erects and dismantles work from staging, ladders and scaffolding. Directs work of assigned Carpenter I's, Trades Workers and student employees. Performs related work as required.  

 

Carpenters work independently; stand, walk for prolonged periods of time; lift and carry heavy materials and equipment; work in all types of weather; work varied shifts; are exposed to hazards of chemicals, glues, solvents, and noxious fumes, dust, high noise levels, ladders, staging and scaffolding at heights greater than 10 feet. 

 

Hours: M-F, 8:30am-5pm, Saturday and Sunday off

Break: 12:30pm-1pm

Salary: $804.43 weekly/$41,830.36 annually

 

Application Deadline: January 21, 2017

Duties and Responsibilities

E1. Maintains campus buildings and related structures by applying carpentry procedures and techniques using associated power and hand tools to construct, alter compound sheetrock, patch, tape and repair walls. Repairs or replaces screens, stairs, windows, doors, roofs, gutters, locks, mail slots, handrails and ramps. Installs cove base and ceramic tiles
E2. Applies customized carpentry-related procedures and techniques and uses specialized woodworking tools and equipment to provide required finishing to products
E3. Checks work site needing repairs and reports results back to supervisor for additional instruction if needed
E4. Determines necessary materials and supplies to complete work
E5. Provides instruction to subordinates regarding handling of emergencies, the feasibility of performing repair or alteration and the scheduling of work
E6. Performs structural repairs, alterations or demolition, such as lowering ceilings, paneling; preparing surface for plaster on cement work, studding, plastering walls, cracks in floors, windows, taping joints on sheetrock; re-cementing and replacing Formica tops, cabinets and shelving
E7. Directs the work of assigned Carpenter I's, Trades Workers, student employees, and provides technical assistance to other employees
E8. Contacts and works with various contractors (plumbing, electrical, sales representatives, etc.)
E9. Stocks F350 van with proper parts, and maintains service with use of Procard and PHH gas card
E10. Uses basic computer programs and skills such as email, work orders and other various departmental computer software
E11. Performs minor plumbing repair flushometers, drains, faucets, electrical repair, switches, lights, appliances such as stove and refrigerators, service cleaning equipment and snow equipment
E12. Monitors energy management system
E13. Makes emergency repairs as needed
E14. May be assigned as essential personnel during emergency or inclement weather
15. Interprets or draws up sketches, patterns, blueprints or layouts of work to be done
16. Builds and/or installs kitchen islands/counters, counter tops with cabinets; builds large storage closets, repairs furniture, removes walls to enlarge work area, removes and alters interiors/life building to accommodate for new office space
17. Repairs and installs furniture, floor coverings such as tile floors, wood, linoleum, also ceiling tiles; installs glass, locks and hardware, windows and doors, hinges and sash chains
18. Assists in obtaining materials pertaining to university business, such as lumber, locks, hardware and shades. Assists in moving heavy material and equipment, etc.
19. Performs some mechanical repairs; makes signs, engraved or painted
20. Maintains removable core system and cuts keys as necessary
21. Operates rigging for carpentry duties, cuts and drills metals and metal wrapping, installs caulking and waterproofing felt, cores holes in cement
22. Performs other related work such as working from ladders and staging areas as well as framing pictures, window and door screens; drilling holes; cleaning and sharpening of power hand tools
23. Assists other skilled trades in the performance of their work as required; performs some masonry work

Qualifications

Minimum Entrance Requirements:

At least three years of full-time, or equivalent part-time, experience in carpentry, woodworking or cabinetmaking work. A diploma or certificate from a recognized trade, vocational or vocational school at high school level or higher, with a major in carpentry, woodworking or cabinetmaking may be substituted for a maximum of two years of the required experience.  

 

License/Certifications Required:

Based upon assignment, possession of a current and valid Massachusetts Class D Motor Vehicle Operator's license.  

 

Working Conditions:

Salem State University complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) to provide reasonable accommodation to qualified applicants and employee with disabilities.

 

Carpenters work independently; work out of doors in all types of weather; work on scaffolding and/or ladders at heights greater than 10 feet; are exposed to the hazards of sharp tools and running machinery; lift and carry heavy objects; stand for prolonged periods of time; may work varied shifts, weekends, holidays or nights and may be subject to standby (on call) work status.

 

Special Instructions to Applicants:

Please apply online. Resume and cover letter are not required, but are appreciated.

 

Employment is contingent upon a completed background and CORI check satisfactory to the university. Internal candidates are not subject to background check. 

 

EEO Statement:

Salem State University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. Persons of color, women and persons with disabilities are strongly urged to apply.  

 

Special Instructions to Applicants:

Please apply online.  Employment is contingent upon a completed background check satisfactory to the University. Internal candidates are not subject to background check  

 

EEO Statement:

Salem State University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. Persons of color, women and persons with disabilities are strongly urged to apply.  

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