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Carpenter Supervisor

Job Description

TITLE: Carpenter Supervisor

JOB CODE: 5230

EFFECTIVE DATE:

FLSA STATUS: NE

EEO6 CODE: 6 = Skilled Crafts

GRADE: Pay Grade 9

PAY PLAN: Annually
minimum 31,572.00
midpoint 40,416.00
maximum 49,260.00

PURPOSE: To supervise carpentry work, remodeling, roofing and sheet metal work. Responsible for planning and supervising the work of carpenters and helpers and for maintaining the records of the department.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Plans, assigns and supervises work of carpenters and helpers in the construction, alteration, repair and maintenance of buildings, floors, roofs, walls, stairways, doors, windows and other structures.  Estimates time and material required for jobs.  Orders materials and supplies.  Keeps time and material records.  Supervises inventory of materials and equipment.  Prepares plans and sketches.  Ability to read and understand plans and specifications prepared by architects and engineers.  Inspects projects upon completion for compliance to work requests.  Prepares weekly payroll records.  Performs related duties as required.

REPORTING RELATIONSHIPS: REPORTS TO: Minimal supervision after review of operational effectiveness with specific instructions from the Superintendent of Buildings.  Work assignments are received in the form of work orders, accompanied by prints or sketches, or oral instructions.  Completed work is inspected for conformity to specifications. SUPERVISION: N/A SUPERVISION-OTHER: General supervision to carpenters and helpers.

REQUIRED EDUCATION: $education

REQUIRED EDUCATION-OTHER: High school graduation or 3 years experience.

REQUIRED EXPERIENCE / COMPETENCIES-OTHER: REQUIRED EXPERIENCES/COMPETENCIES: Seven years of skilled/journeyman level experience as a carpenter including three years in a supervisory capacity.  Valid Texas drivers license required. OTHER REQUIREMENTS: Ability to use the tools of the carpentry trade, including power woodworking machinery. In estimating materials and labor requirements. 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.