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Careers

Our primary goal is to promote each employee’s sense of accomplishment and contribution, so that they enjoy their association with our team. We invest in our employees so they are the most knowledgeable in the industry, and promote from within to foster loyalty with our team. We offer competitive salary, benefits and training.

Building a House

Your Skills Are In Demand

We Are Currently Looking To Fill The Position Of:

Skilled Carpenter 

As a Carpenter, your duties may include the following:

  • Building foundations, installing floor beams, laying sub-flooring and installing walls and roofing systems

  • Fitting and installing trim, doors, stairs, moulding and hardware

  • Measuring, cutting and joining materials made of wood or wood substitutes

  • Repairing and renovating wooden structures

  • Assisting in preparing cost estimates for clients

  • Reading and interpreting blueprints, drawings and sketches

 

Working conditions for our carpenters vary from one job to another. Some carpenters work indoors and work a standard 40-hour week. Other carpenters work mostly outdoors and may work varied hours depending on the demands of the project.

As with many careers in construction, there are peak periods that will require you to work overtime. The number of additional hours you work each week depends on the construction sector and region we work in, and will vary from one job to the next.

Carpenters may work alone, in teams, or with helpers. The job can be physically demanding. You will often have to lift heavy materials and work with sharp tools. The work is also mentally challenging – you may have to make quick mental calculations.

As with all careers in the construction industry, safety is the top priority. Carpenters are trained to work safely and take special precautions to protect against injury.

Competitive Wages

Job Estimator

As a Job Estimator, your duties may include the following:

  • Explore documentation in order to gain a deep understanding of the project requirements

  • Select, measure and track important metrics 

  • Visit sites, warehouses and other venues necessary to do the estimate

  • Perform complex analysis of collected data and metrics

  • Prepare relevant and reliable forecasts

  • Conduct complex risk analysis activities

  • Create and present reports to upper management

  • Analyze and evaluate offers

  • Build and maintain long-term relationships with the key vendors

Working conditions for our Job Estimators vary from one job to another. You can expect to work in our office, meeting with clients and on site with our carpenters and sub trades.As with many careers in construction, there are peak periods that will require you to work overtime. The number of additional hours you work each week depends on the construction sector and region we work in, and will vary from one job to the next. Job Estimators are client facing, may alone, with our management team and with our carpenters. The job can be mathematically demanding. The work is also mentally challenging – you may have to make quick mental calculations. As with all careers in the construction industry, safety is the top priority. Like carpenters our Job Estimators are trained to work safely and take special precautions to protect against injury.

Minimum Two Years 

Experience

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