Posted: 03/19/19 Employment Type: Temporary Industry: CARPENTER Job Number: 16511 Pay Rate: $22.00

1. Coordinates the ordering, purchasing, and delivery of building materials, tools, and equipment to all projects.
2. Assists in the mobilization and demobilization of each project.
3. Manages physical facilities and keeps them organized, weather protected, clean, and safe.
4. Coordinates fleet maintenance and repair.
5. Coordinates equipment and tool maintenance, leasing, and/or repair.
6. Provides clear and legible information to Finance Manager for time and materials billings.
7. Provides carpentry and labor support as needed.
8. Learns WISHA and our company's safety policies and procedures.
9. Ensures "green" practices and procedures are followed at all times.
10. "Self manages," corrects errors, and follows through on all problems to resolution.
11. Builds positive relationships with clients, trade contractors, vendors and staff.
12. Observes, plans, and "pitches in" wherever needed.
13. Requires minimal supervision.


1. A combination of 5 years school and/or experience in the construction industry or delivery business.
2. Strong written and verbal communication skills. Good troubleshooter and problem solver.
3. Commitment to an open philosophy of communication, growth, integrity, customer service and teamwork.
4. An internal drive to set examples for others, develop and implement procedures to maximize efficiency and minimize wasted time and materials.
5. Demonstrated ability to communicate and work effectively with clients, trade contractors, and co-workers.
6. Clean, functional, and dependable transportation.
7. Valid Washington State Drivers License.
8. Comfort operating small commercial trucks. Ideally possesses a CDL.
9. Dress and groom appropriately, as per company policy.
10. Maintain the company's typical workday schedule of 7: 00am to 3: 30pm.
11. Work Environment and Physical Demands
12. As much as 50% of the employee's time may be spent driving. While performing the duties of this position, the employee is regularly exposed to moving mechanical parts; active construction sites; and the outdoor elements.
13. In this position, the employee is regularly required to stand; climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl; and use hands and arms to reach, grasp, handle or feel. The employee must frequently walk and may be required to lift and/or move up to 60 pounds. The employee may also occasionally lift and/or move up to 100 pounds.

If interested, TEXT 206-379-6386 and tell us you are interested in job 10780

Cindy Littlejohn

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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