The Facilities Department is searching for a Senior Carpenter to join their team. This is a full time, non-exempt position and is eligible for benefits.
Reporting to the Carpenter Shop Supervisor, the Senior Carpenter performs a multitude of carpentry tasks from start to finish, often coordinating jobs with other skilled labor (plumbers, electricians, HVAC).
Performs all duties of Carpenter with additional responsibilities involved with managing and supervising major projects (blueprint reading required).
Assists supervisor in determining work assignments and allocating resources. May lead or direct the activities of other Carpenters.
When required, may assume supervisor's duties.
Performs other duties as the supervisor may, from time to time, deem necessary.
Performs such other duties as the supervisor may, from time to time, deem necessary.
PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE/EDUCATION DESIRED:
High school or vocational school plus 2 years training school or apprenticeship in carpentry; 10 years experience including 5 years of finish carpentry experience. Must have strong interpersonal skills and ability to direct the work of others and provide training. Ability to read blueprints required. Valid driver's license and Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC) required.
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Valid Massachusetts drivers license required.
TWIC required upon hiring.
Position drives WHOI Vehicles.
Physical duties for this position, include but are not limited, to lifting up to 50 lbs independently 10 times per day, carrying up to 50 lbs independently, up to 30 times per day; visual abilities of depth perception, and ability to distinguish basic colors; as well as near vision. Hearing requirements include ability to hear and respond to instructions in a noisy shop environment as well as talk. Must be able to work around and with others as well as work independently. Other physical tasks may include prolonged, extensive or considerable standing/walking, use of hands for basic/fine grasping/manipulation, and occasional reaching (above/below the shoulders), stooping, bending, kneeling, twisting, pushing and pulling; ability to climb ladders & stools. May be exposed to excessive cold, heat, and/or humidity, dust or other irritants, electrical/mechanical/power equipment hazards, high location, severe weather conditions; greases and oils; odorous chemicals or specimens. Physical duties are subject to change.
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