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We are pleased that you are interested in SC Swiderski Construction. We are looking for individuals who are eager to develop their skills and grow with us. We offer year round employment, a comprehensive benefit package, paid holidays and paid time off. Work with us on a structured plan for your construction career!


Carpenter and Superintendent Level Guidelines

Experience Levels

Entry Level

1-2 Years Experience

2+ Years Experience

5+ Years Experience


10+ Years Experience

Job Titles

Carpenter's Helper

Carpenter I

 

Carpenter II/Utilitarian I, Carpenter III, Foreman/Crew Lead/Utilitarian II

Assistant Superintendent, Superintendent


CArpenter's helper | Entry Level (Hourly)

    • Typically less than six months experience
    • Motivated individual
    • Minimum construction knowledge
    • Highly defined attention to detail skills
    • Follows safety rules
    • Dependable, reliable and ethical
    • Aids in maintaining a clean and clutter-free work environment
    • Displays a good attitude
    • Ability to read a tape measure and understand basic construction terms
    • Cooperative with others
    • Ability to operate construction hand tools
    • Maintains self-control
    • May perform work affiliated with a cut-list
    • Lifting up to 80 pounds
    • Demonstrated ability to handle physical requirements of position
    • Frequent bending, standing, kneeling,
    • Good listening skills along with asking questions when appropriate
    • Stooping and climbing
    • Effective communication skills to convey information effectively
    • Ability to travel as needed - overnight travel maybe required (home every weekend) - per diem allowance
    • Employer-contributed 401K plans
    • Reports to Foreman

    Carpenter I (Hourly)

    • Meets all requirements of previous category
    • 1-2 years of field experience
    • Basic construction knowledge
    • Motivated individual
    • Ability to read and interpret blueprints
    • Understanding and ability to operate all tools on construction site
    • Demonstrated ability to handle physical requirements of position
    • The understanding of framing techniques and the ability to frame 100’ of wall in within eight hours
    • Reports to Foreman
    • Ability to travel as needed - overnight travel maybe required (home every weekend) - per diem allowance
    • Employer-contributed 401K plans

    carpenter II / Utilitarian I (Hourly)

    • Meets all requirements of previous category
    • 5+ years of field experience
    • Solid understanding of construction knowledge and practices
    • Ability to mentor Laborers, Utilitarians and Carpenter I’s
    • May monitor others to make improvements
    • Developing skills toward complex problem solving including recommended solutions
    • Ability to visualize project in current state and developing forethought
    • Quality of work is at a satisfactory level
    • Beginning to inspect equipment, structures or materials to identify the cause of errors, problems or defects
    • Ability to work towards developing goals to plan, prioritize, organize and accomplish work
    • Developing autonomy in your work
    • Reports to Foreman
    • Ability to travel as needed - overnight travel maybe required (home every weekend) - per diem allowance
    • Employer-contributed 401K plans

    carpenter III (Hourly)

    • Meets all requirements of previous category
    • Typically 5-10 years of field experience
    • In-depth knowledge of the construction industry
    • Ability to train and mentor junior level staff; possibly act as a Foreman in their absence
    • Monitor the work of others and make suggested process improvements
    • Honing complex problem solving skills and forethought
    • Quality of work is at an outstanding level
    • Equipment, structure or material inspections to identify and repair the cause of errors, problems or defects
    • Assist the Foreman in developing goals to plan, prioritize, organize and accomplish work
    • Knowledge of laying out a wall from a plan
    • Ability to build a cut list
    • Willingness to obtain OSHA 10 certification to progress within the organization
    • Reports to Foreman
    • Ability to travel as needed - overnight travel maybe required (home every weekend) - per diem allowance
    • Employer-contributed 401K plans

    foreman or crew lead / Utilitarian II (Hourly)

    • Meets all requirements of previous category
    • Typically 5-10 years of field experience
    • Above average knowledge of the construction industry typically through experience and education
    • Quality of work is at an outstanding – excellent level
    • Ability to provide supervisory level responsibilities to a crew to include employee feedback and proper documentation, enforcement of safety protocol, maintenance of receipts and timekeeping responsibilities
    • Approves weekly timecards for Carpenters, Laborers and Utilitarians
    • Conducts annual employee performance reviews of Carpenters, Laborers and Utilitarians
    • Ability to maintain appropriate inventory levels and communicate with Superintendent and/or Project Manager
    • Obtain OSHA 10 certification within six months of obtaining role
    • Provide a two week schedule to the crew taking into account materials, staffing levels and timelines
    • Provide quality craftsmanship on all work performed to minimize the punch list
    • Excellent attendance and dependability
    • Ability to work well with others
    • Maintain a positive disposition with staff, co-workers, subcontractors, Superintendents and other personnel on job sites
    • Will often work as a Carpenter on the job site
    • May act as a Superintendent in their absence
    • Reports to Assistant/Site Superintendent
    • Ability to travel as needed - overnight travel maybe required (home every weekend) - per diem allowance
    • Employer-contributed 401K plans

    assistant site superintendent (Hourly)

    • Meets all requirements of previous category
    • Typically 10+ years of field experience or a combination of experience and education
    • Carpenter III knowledge, skills and abilities; thorough understanding of project concepts
    • Versed and proficient in many trades
    • Assist Superintendent with daily functions of large projects
    • Hands-on role in terms of carpentry and project management to some degree
    • Direct sub-contractors
    • Assurance that site is built to code and plan specifications
    • Fosters employee development
    • Promotes positive morale
    • May take full accountability for punch list
    • Maintain deliveries to job site
    • Communicate project progress and status to the Superintendent
    • Aid in completing daily paperwork logs
    • Complete accurate record keeping in terms of inventory, invoices and time cards
    • Reports to Site Superintendent
    • Ability to travel as needed - overnight travel maybe required (home every weekend) - per diem allowance
    • Employer-contributed 401K plans

    construction superintendent (salary)

    • Meets all requirements of previous category
    • Typically 10+ years of field experience; may have a combination that includes education
    • Thorough understanding of building codes
    • Complete oversight of a construction site to include safety, personnel and inventory management, building specifications according to plans, sub-contractor responsibilities, punch list, adherence to deadlines, etc.
    • Approves weekly time cards for Foreman and Assistant Site Superintendent
    • Holds employees accountable to their job descriptions and provides feedback; document as necessary
    • Conducts annual performance reviews of Foreman and Assistant Site Superintendents
    • Completes daily log reports
    • Works with other entities with regards to job site requirements
    • Working with the Project Manager, adjusts project schedule as needed on a minimal basis
    • Excellent communication skills are essential – verbal and written
    • Reports to Project Manager
    • Ability to travel as needed - overnight travel maybe required (home every weekend) - per diem allowance
    • Employer-contributed 401K plans