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FORM CARPENTERS

SEATTLE METRO, WA | Temporary

Post Date: 08/17/17 Job ID: 11369 Industry: FORM CARPENTER Pay Rate: $25

We are loking for experienced Form Carpenters.
1. Using building blueprints and diagrams to determine the proper dimensions, shape and design of a form structure.
2. Use precise measurements to cut and assemble boards, timbers or plywood to the necessary size to build wooden forms in the shape of a house's foundation or a section of a commercial structure.
3. Secure forms with nails, bolts, screws or anchor rods. Once the form is secure, concrete is poured between the walls of the form. The concrete is molded and shaped by the design of the form as it cures and hardens.

1. Need to have 5 or more years experience as a Form Carpenter.
2. Need good basic carpentry skills to solve mathematical problems to properly measure for the amount of materials needed to construct a form.
3. Organization skills to plan the sequence of work from start to finish.
4. Ability to use carpentry tools such as hand saws, electric saws and drills.
5. Need a good eye for detail and be able to check that the work is level, plumb and square.
6. Ability to read and understand blueprints, diagrams, and local and national building codes.

If interested, TEXT 206-379-6386 and tell us you are interested in job 11346

Cindy Littlejohn
Reruiter

Cindy was introduced to construction at the age of four, when her grandfather found that by giving her a nail bag and hammer she would spend hours pounding nails into the subfloor, keeping her out of his way while he worked. After ten years in management and recruiting, Cindy wound up in the construction field by accident, and fell in love with the industry and its people. Working for a local general contractor her duties included everything from tracking down permits, to tying rebar, and throwing concrete. Cindy has a unique understanding of not only how each roll affects a project, but an appreciation for the dedication, and skill, the industry's people bring. Cindy jumped at the opportunity to join the Madden Industrial team, where she combines her love of the industry and its people to find the best candidate to fill the client's needs. In her spare time she enjoys refinishing and redesigning antiques and mid century pieces, bringing them new life.
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