Starting hourly pay rate: $27.78 - Full benefit package available, including Health, Dental, Vision, and Life Insurance and WRS Retirement.
Note: Advanced credit on the salary and vacation schedule may be granted for work done at the journeyman status level
Knowledge of Federal, State and Local codes, regulations and ordinances related to construction activities and specifically with carpentry work.
Knowledge of building construction procedures, methods and components, and standard repair procedures.
Knowledge of the safety requirements, state code and general orders of the Department of Industry, Labor and Human Relations, and the laws relating to the construction trades.
Ability to wear a respirator.
Ability to work varied working hours and to be available on an emergency basis.
Knowledge of occupational health and safety laws including those associated with ladders, staging, lifts.
Ability to safely perform all tasks of the trade.
Work requires walking, lifting, climbing, bending, reaching and kneeling.
Proven ability to work from shop drawings, wiring diagrams, blueprints and sketches.
Proven ability to plan and layout repair and maintenance work.
Ability to estimate and purchase materials.
General carpentry experience in all types of work; trouble shooting, repair and remodeling.
Finishing experience: door and window fitting; lock work; cabinetry, ceiling and floor tile; general carpentry and construction work.
Mechanical experience; partition work; repair and setting of door closures; maintenance of saws, planers, routers and other equipment.
Experience ordering correct quality, quantity and type of materials to do job properly.
Ability to prepare drawings and sketches for job-related work.
Proven ability to work cooperatively and effectively with co-workers, contractors, technical consultants, students, and the public.
Punch list/Project close out experience.
Experience working cross-culturally and/or commitment to work toward one?s own cultural competence, i.e., valuing difference/diversity, recognizing personal limitations in one?s skills and expertise, and having the desire to learn in these areas.
Minimum three (3) years experience as a journey worker carpenter as recognized by an appropriate authority or documented training and experience equivalent to a journey worker.
Graduate of a recognized apprentice program for carpenters or equivalent training and experience.
Valid Wisconsin driver's license and personal vehicle required.
Satisfactory driving record (all driving records will be checked).
Hold a State of WI Lead (Pb) supervisor certification or ability to obtain within six months of hire.
Hold a State of WI Asbestos supervisor certification or ability to obtain within six months of hire.
This is an "applicant pool" posting. It does not signify that vacancies actually exist at this time. The purpose of this posting is to develop a pool of qualified applicants, should vacancies become available.
For more information about teaching at MMSD and about our application process, go to https://buildings.madison.k12.wi.us/
The Madison Metropolitan School District (MMSD) is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of religion, race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, physical appearance, marital status, disability, arrest or conviction record, membership in the national guard, state defense force, or any reserve component of the military forces of the United States or this state, political belief, sexual orientation, less than honorable discharge, source of income or the fact that an individual is a student.
Thank you for your interest in working at the Madison Metropolitan School District, where we're committed to making every school a thriving school, and every student ready for college, career and community.
If you have questions as to the status of your application or the availability of positions, please contact Sarita Foster, Human Resources Analyst at firstname.lastname@example.org or 608-663-1796