Posted: 11/16/18 Employment Type: Temporary Industry: APPRENTICE CARPENTER Job Number: 16299 Pay Rate: 20.00

Repair, adjust, replace and maintain windows and doors from a variety of manufacturers.
Successful candidate will be mechanically inclined, detail oriented, skilled with tools, familiar with residential construction and able to solve problems and communicate well with customers (homeowners and contractors / builders).
Must have a good driving record. Flexible hours. Full or part time.
Basic computer skills required including email, data entry and use of online catalogs on both PC's and portable devices.
Heavy lifting and handling of products, including glass, required.
Good pay. Good benefits. Will train.
1. Installation of wood & vinyl windows, doors, and gliders from a variety of manufacturers;
2. Understanding safety procedures and being able to safely operate power tools;
3. Adhere to all company policies and procedures;
4. Maintain consistent level of professionalism while representing Windows Doors & More;
5. Maintain respect of customer's property;
6. Able to maintain a good working relationship with all employees and customers;
7. Must be on time to work and have good attendance;
Other Duties as assigned

1. Knowledge of finish carpentry with an emphasis on millwork and trim;
2. Ability to use tools and have basic wood working skills;
3. Self-motivated and a hard worker;
4. Excellent oral and written communication skills using the English language;
5. Ability to calculate figures and amounts such as proportions, percentages, area, circumference and volume. Ability to use basic algebra and geometry skills;
6. Excellent problem solving and analytical skills;
7. Detail oriented and excellent time management skills;
8. Must have a valid Washington State driver's license with a good record.

All employees must agree to a criminal and credit background check and must agree to drug testing policy.

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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