Form Carpenter - Various locations - Nashville/Knoxville TN, Charlotte NC, Columbia SC, Savannah GALocation:
Davidson, NCSalary Interval:
Salaried, Non ExemptPosition DescriptionPOSITION SUMMARYESSENTIAL DUTIES
- Performs all essential job functions of a Carpenter Technician
- Builds forms, fixtures, or templates of wood, metal, plastic or other material for use in the production of concrete footings, slabs, walls, columns, piers, ramps, or steps.
- Determines type and dimensions of concrete forms from oral instructions from lead/master carpenter, carpentry foreman or superintendent.
- Gathers and organizes materials, equipment and supplies to be used in the form building project.
- Uses hand and power tools, as well as light equipment, to measure, cut and otherwise form material to specified dimensions.
- Fastens wood, metal and or plastic/other material to construct the form.
- Constructs forms for continuous, stepped continuous, pier and grade beam concrete footings.
- Constructs edge forms for on-grade slabs to plus or minus 1/8-inch tolerance in grade and line.
- Erects built-in-place forms or tilt-up wall forms on construction sites according to blueprints and layout specifications received from lead carpenter, carpentry foreman or superintendent.
- Inserts wooden or metal spreaders between opposite faces of form to maintain specified dimensions.
- Inserts metal tie rods to hold opposite faces of form panels to specified dimensions.
- Measures, cuts, bends, splices, ties and/or welds rebar, bar supports, welded wire fabric or other support material and places it within the form according to specifications.
- Anchors, shores and otherwise braces forms to fixed objects using nails, bolts, anchor rods, steel cables, planks and timbers.
- Assembles and installs prefabricated forms according to specifications.
- Lifts sections of forms and places them in position according to blueprints, oral instructions, or diagrams, using rule, plumb rule, or level.
- Directs, through proper hand signals, crane operator in lifting and placing heavier sections of forms.
- Nails, bolts, or clamps form sections together using bolts and wing nuts, clamps, or patented fasteners.
- Aligns and sets forms to elevation according to diagram or oral instructions from lead carpenter, carpentry foreman or superintendent using plumb rule, level and foot rule.
- Erects any scaffolding or rigging necessary to complete the project.
- Places concrete during footing, wall, and/or grade beam pours.
- Observes forms as concrete is being poured to insure that they are being held in position by bracing and fastenings.
- Removes forms after concrete has hardened.
- Keeps work area clean and safe at all times.
- Observes all building codes, company, state, OSHA safety rules, regulations and guidelines.
- Reports any job site and/or WB employee related safety violation(s) to appropriate supervisory personnel.
- Serves as a safe and productive member of a construction crew/team.
- Perform all assigned roles, responsibilities, and related work processes/tasks in the safest possible manner. Ensure that a safe, accident/incident-free work environment is maintained for all co-workers, customers, clients, suppliers, etc. at all times.
PM20Position RequirementsEducation and/or Experience
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required
- High School Diploma/GED/Apprenticeship - preferred
- Vocational or technical training in construction - desirable
- Completing assigned work tasks and processes in work teams
- Analyzing and interpreting blueprints and shop drawings
- Measuring and cutting wood and metal precisely
- Problem-solving and troubleshooting
- Communicating/reporting with foremen and team members
- Implementing site safety and work-task plans
- Recognizing and correcting job site hazards
- Making work task-level judgments and decisions.
- Listening, speaking, reading and writing at a basic level
- Thinking logically and critically
- Seeing and interpreting details close up and far away
- Consistent focus on Safety, Quality, Production, and Innovation
- Interacting with other trades or subcontractors
Certificates, Licenses, Registrations
- Outdoors - frequently
- Indoors - rarely
- Loud noise - frequently
- Temperatures - seasonal
- Personal Protective Equipment - at all times
- Multi-activity worksites - frequently
- Traveling/out of town - frequently
- 40 to 55-hour work week - frequently
- Heights and depths - frequently
- Valid driver's license - preferred
- OSHA - 10 Hour Certification - preferred
- OSHA 30-Hour Certification - preferred
- First Aid/CPR - desirable
- Powder actuated tool certification - preferred
- All-terrain material handler certification -desirable
- Aerial lift certification - desirable
- WB Craft Training & other certifications through Form Carpenter Technician- preferred
Equal Opportunity Employer
- Lifting and carrying up to 50 pounds
- Frequent lifting, bending, kneeling and reaching
- Walking Frequently
- Reaching above shoulder
- Standing for long periods of time
- Climbing ladders, working at heights, wearing/using fall protection harness
- Handling and assembling formwork
- Handling and installing concrete reinforcement materials
- Handling, placing, and finishing of concrete
Wayne Brothers, Inc is an Equal Employment Opportunity/ Affirmative Action Employer. Read our EEO/AAE policy.
Posting ID: 596283113Posted: 2021-01-04