Temporary Carpenter/Mason (Cornell AgriTech); Geneva, New York
July 13, 2018
New York State, New York
College of Agriculture and Life Sciences New York State Agricultural Experiment Station-Geneva, New York Temporary Carpenter/Mason (2 positions- 3 month term)
Temporary Hourly Position - Carpenter/Mason
Start Date: August 1, 2018
Location: Geneva, NY
Last Date to Apply: 5pm, July 20th, 2018 (Review of applicants will begin immediately).
Primary duties include, but are not limited to, rough framing, walls and roofs, concrete form building; installation of doors, windows, trim, cabinets and countertop, siding, flooring, ceilings, and sheetrock. Install cabinets, apparatus and equipment as requested for projects AND/OR design, layout, estimate and execute all phases of masonry construction and repair: pour footers, walks, curbing, foundations, floors, steps; lay brick and block; hang and tape drywall; repair concrete and plaster, and all other masonry work as needed. Must learn and follow safety and work environment regulations, policies and procedures (ARC flash prevention and protection, lead, asbestos, fall protection, confined space, and others as required). Maintain hand tools needed to perform job duties
Ability to work independently and productively with minimal supervision. Physical stamina and willingness to work with equipment, including aerial platforms and ladders indoors or outdoors and in all weather conditions is a must. Preference will be given to those with previous experience in painting or general carpentry.
High School diploma, one to two years carpentry or masonry work experience; must possess and maintain valid driver license and undergo successful driver background check and employment background check; ability to multitask; must be highly motivated and exhibit innovation, good judgment and reliability in the work place; work with other staff as a member of a team to resolve issues and achieve common goals; ability to work comfortably and safely on 10'-12' stepladders, 24' extension ladders, and various aerial work platforms
Follow all established safety protocols for wearing proper personal protective equipment (goggles, gloves,). Attend all required safety trainings.
Reliable attendance is a must. Able to work independently and productivity with minimal supervision. A high degree of dependability and close attention to detail. Must have a high school diploma.
No relocation assistance is provided for this position.
No visa sponsorship is available for this position.
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Temp Mason 008
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