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Carpenter II

Job Description

TITLE: Carpenter II

JOB CODE: 5235

EFFECTIVE DATE:

FLSA STATUS: NE

EEO6 CODE: 6 = Skilled Crafts

GRADE: Pay Grade 6

PAY PLAN: Annually
minimum 23,664.00
midpoint 29,142.00
maximum 34,620.00

PURPOSE: To provide journeyman level skills performing carpentry work. Responsible for using power and hand tools in the construction, maintenance and repair of structures, equipment and articles of wood.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Perform general finish carpentry and cabinet work in the alteration, repair and maintenance of floors, roofs, walls, stairways, doors, windows and other structures, operating power saws, planners, jointers and hand tools. Repair and build tables, benches, cabinets, furniture, bookshelves, desks, counters, shower and tub enclosures and other equipment. Lay formica, tile and other coverings. Select wood and cut to size. Sand surfaces. Clean, sharpen and repair hand and bench tools. Sharpen saws. Oil machines and perform preventive maintenance work. Cut glass to size and shape. Insert glass in windows or openings and glaze it. Check condition of woodwork. Repair and replace door and window screens and hardware. Perform minor construction projects. Keeps records of materials used. Perform related duties as required.

REPORTING RELATIONSHIPS: REPORTS TO: General supervision from Foreman or Supervisor through oral and written instruction and sketches and blueprints. Work is usually performed in accordance with standard trade practices and is inspected for conformity to specifications. SUPERVISION: N/A SUPERVISION-OTHER: Detailed instructions to helpers assisting in the work.

REQUIRED EDUCATION: $education

REQUIRED EDUCATION-OTHER: High School Graduation or 3 years experience.

REQUIRED EXPERIENCE / COMPETENCIES-OTHER: REQUIRED EXPERIENCES/COMPETENCIES: Three years of skilled/journeyman level experience. OTHER REQUIREMENTS: Skill with tools of the carpentry trade, including use of power woodworking machinery. May be required to have a valid Texas Operator's License. Accuracy in all phases of work performed. Working conditions are considered acceptable, but occasionally involve exposure to one or more disagreeable elements such as dust, dirt and other hazards of carpentry equipment. Alertness and careful attention is required to avoid injury to self and to others. Specific job requirements or physical location of positions allocated to this classification render the position security sensitive and thereby subject to the provisions of Section 51.215 Texas Education Code.