|Performs skilled, journey level carpentry work in the construction, maintenance, alteration and repair of wooden articles, equipment and structures. Work assignments are ordinarily received orally or in the form of sketches, blueprints, or written instructions. The employee applies carpentry trade knowledge and skill in completing work assignments, which are reviewed by a supervisor by direct observation while in progress and upon completion.|
|Constructs, alters, and repairs buildings and other structures, including such wooden articles as floors, gazebos, stairs, roofs, partitions, doors, windows, furniture, shelves, closets, screens and screen doors, and related articles, using standard carpenter tools and power driven wood-working machinery.
Alters and repairs tables, chairs, benches, cabinets, counters and related equipment. Installs, repairs and replaces hardware on such items as doors, windows, cabinets and related fixtures.
Repairs door locks, replaces broken or worn parts, installs new locks and replaces window panes.
Builds rough wooden structures such as concrete forms, fences and scaffolds and does sheeting and rough carpentry on sheds and other buildings.
Performs skilled bench work in a carpenter shop, operating and caring for such power tools as planers, joiners, saws, sanders, boring, tenoning and mortising machines.
Estimates time and material required for assigned tasks and keeps simple records.
Operates City vehicle to transport tools and materials to and from job sites, and to pick up tools and materials from local vendors.
May lead and instruct entry-level carpenters and unskilled helpers.
Performs other related duties as assigned.
|Considerable knowledge of the standard practices, methods, tools and materials of carpentry and of the characteristics and uses of various woods.
Knowledge of occupational safety and health hazards, ability to follow prescribed safety precautions and apply safety devices properly in performance of duties.
Skill in the correct, safe and accurate use of hand and power tools and equipment employed in the carpentry trade.
Ability to inspect woods and other materials and determine grade and quality.
Ability to work under extreme weather conditions.
Ability to understand and work effectively from sketches, blueprints, plans, oral and written instructions.
Ability to perform mathematical and geometric calculations quickly and accurately.
Ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships with other employees and the general public.
Some positions may require lifting of 20 or more pounds.
|High School Diploma or equivalent. At least six (6) years experience as a skilled journey level Carpenter in all phases of commercial building construction; or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience. Must possess Journey Level Carpentry competency card or certificate completion from a Carpentry Trade or Vocational School. A valid Florida Drivers License is required.
QUALIFICATIONS FOR PROMOTION Carpenter II to Carpenter III:
High School Diploma or equivalent. At least six (6) years experience as a skilled journey level Carpenter in all phases of commercial building construction; or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience. Must pass a job-related standardized blueprint reading exam, and have completed a basis supervisory techniques/leadership course or equivalent. A valid Florida Drivers License is required.
10/13/2009 CF- deleted blueprint reading exam and supervisory techniques/leadership course..statement from minimum requirements. Added Qualifications for Promotion section.