Successfully mastered all of the general job requirements for the Sheet Metal Apprentice position.
“Journeyman” card or the equivalent experience.
Must be able to perform work from ladders, mechanical lifts, and in confined spaces.
Good mechanical aptitude.
Good common sense.
Good work ethic and the desire to advance professionally and personally.
Ability to maintain a positive, willing, and trainable attitude.
Have the ability to get along with and work well with people on all levels.
Work flexible hours depending on project requirements. Normal job site hours are 7:00am – 3:30pm.
Must have or purchase all of the tools listed on the required “Journeyman” Tool List and be willing to purchase additional tools as skills advance.
Demonstrate a willingness to continue education through available company and industry training.
JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES:
Skills, knowledge, and craftsmanship to complete most or all types of commercial or residential projects including new construction, tenant finish, and remodel in a professional and workmanlike manner.
Ability to work alone or as part of a team.
Willing to share and impart industry knowledge to apprentices working underneath them.
Produce quality workmanship while completing projects on time and on budget.
Read and interpret blueprints and specifications accurately.
Good working knowledge of system layout and duct design.
Good product knowledge and application skills.
Read and interpret product installation, engineering, and owner’s manuals prior to equipment installation.
Demonstrates the ability per blueprints to layout, set/mount equipment, rough-in and trim duct systems, “B”-type venting, PVC venting, condensate piping, low voltage and control wiring for rooftop equipment, make-up air units, exhaust fans, ERVs, unit heaters, variable air volume terminal units, zoning dampers, dampers, actuators, furnaces, fan coils, heat pumps, and condensers.
Ability to turn in ductwork make-up to the shop in a timely manner and it is accurate.
Good time management to stay on task and on schedule.
Good working knowledge of mechanical code, quality control, safety policy, and company required job costing paperwork.
Turn in job costing paperwork that is timely, complete, and accurate.
FIELD EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:
5 years of commercial/residential HVAC experience.