HVAC-R Lead Sheet Metal Installer
Fabricates, assembles, installs, and repairs sheet metal equipment distribution systems and products.
Essential Job Functions:
- Supervise and coordinate activities of assigned sheet metal installers.
- Interpret specifications, blueprints and material schedules as needed to complete sheet metal installations.
- Installs and directs installation of assemblies in building or work-site.
- Interprets company policies to workers and enforces safety regulations.
- Establishes and adjusts work sequences to meet construction schedules using knowledge of capacities of equipment and assigned personnel.
- Studies schedules and estimate worker-hour requirements for completion of job.
- Analyzes and resolves work problems.
- Maintains time records and coordinates schedules.
- Work within precise limits and standards of accuracy; perform a variety of duties which may change often and rate information using measurable standards.
- Plan, lay-out, fabricate, assemble, install and repair sheet metal parts, products and equipment utilizing knowledge of working characteristics of metallic and non-metallic materials, machining and lay-out techniques, using hand-tools, power tools, machines and equipment.
- Read and interpret blueprints, sketches, or products specifications to determine sequence and methods of fabrication, assembling and installing sheet metal products.
- Select gauge and type of sheet metal such as galvanized iron, copper, steel, aluminum, etc., or non- metallic materials such as plastic and fiberglass according to product specifications and per SMACNA standards.
- Installs assemblies in supportive framework according to blueprints, using hand tools, power tools and lifting and handling devices.
- Inspects assemblies and installation for conformance to specifications, using measuring instruments required.
- Minimum 5 years of experience running large commercial projects with crews of up to ten installers.
- Strong knowledge of SMACNA standards and mechanical code for both Oregon and Washington.
- The ability to oversee multiple projects concurrently.
- Outstanding verbal and written communication, organization and technical skills.
- Must be able to: Stand or walk for long periods of time during a regular work day.
- Use arms and hands to reach for, handle and manipulate objects.
- Lift and carry materials weighing 50 to 100 pounds.
- Climb up and down ladders, scaffolds and other climbing devices.
- Carry tools and equipment.
- Work while in stooped, kneeling, crouched and crawling positions.
- Be able to see naturally with or without correction, to safely perform designated tasks.
Some of our benefits include:
- 401(k) plan
- Paid holidays and vacations
- Medical & dental insurance
- Profit sharing
- Truck, uniforms and all tools provided
Drug free and proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer.