A Forum Carpenter is responsible for the installation of custom, high-end casework and millwork for commercial projects while following all safety guidelines set by Forum and the Contractor. Carpenters must work alone and in team environments depending on assignment by the Project Managers.
Duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following:
- Install manufactured and purchased components in conformance with AWI Standards, working drawings, and architectural specifications to create a quality product.
- Coordinate on time delivery of job parts and supplies from shop in order to meet installation schedules as directed by Project Manager or Lead Installer.
- Attend regular job site safety meetings in conformance with OSHA and/or client requirements.
- Establish and maintain professional relationships with all jobsite and customer personnel.
- Maintain company tools and equipment in proper mechanical and working condition.
- Communicate any job site issues, opportunities, and changes with installation to the Project Managers.
- Maintain jobsite safety and housekeeping standards in conformance with company and contractor requirements.
- Follow and enforce jobsite rules and regulations.
- Cross train in all aspects of manufacturing, installation, and other functional areas of the company as assigned by management.
- At least 2 years of experience installing casework, countertops, and high-end millwork (wall paneling, trims, and custom fabricated units).
- Education or previous experience in fields such as Architecture, Construction, and/or Manufacturing.
- Experience in operating power tools and hand tools.
- Transportation to and from jobsites.
- Attention to detail.
- Ability to lift at least 50lbs on a regular basis.
- Ability to work overtime as needed.
- Ability to read and understand architectural and shop drawings
- Handles pressure, sets standards, and promotes high morale.
- Valid form of identification.
The physical conditions you work under include typical job site environments. This frequently requires the use of personal protective equipment (PPE) for safety and to prevent exposure to hazardous materials. Forum’s work week is Monday-Friday, 7:00 AM to 3:30 PM with a half-hour lunch. Additional morning, evening, and weekend hours may be required to meet deadlines and Company objectives.
- Competitive salary based on experience, education, or a combination of both.
- Paid Holidays
- Personal Time Off (PTO)
- Company funded Health Reimbursement Account (HRA), company funded Life Insurance Policy, company matching 3% 401K Safe Harbor, and partially company funded Supplemental Insurance Options (AFLAC & Telemedicine)
- Flexible Work Environment
- Bonus potential