Apprentice Tinner

internship - , paid

Design Mechanical Incorporated
Louisville, CO
Closed
Posted 42 Days ago
Design Mechanical Incorporated
Louisville, CO
internship - , paid
Posted 42 Days ago
Closed

Description

Apprentice Tinner Design Mechanical, Inc. - Louisville, CO 7 hours agoFull-timeEstimated: $38,000 - $50,000 a year Apply Now Save Skills * HVAC * Driver's License Benefits * Dental Insurance * Health Insurance * Vision Insurance * Life Insurance We are currently seeking skilled, motivated, ethical and safety oriented Apprentice Tinners, NO EXPERIENCE REQUIRED. The Apprentices must complete tasks in accordance with all mechanical codes, job specifications, plans and contract documents resulting in a complete and excellent working system. Candidates must be able to learn to install all types of HVAC equipment. Candidates will also adhere to all Design Mechanical safety policy and procedures and work safely with all other individuals. What you'll learn: Read and interpret blueprints, drawings and design ability of related systems Specifications and building codes associated with the work Cooperate with other trades on the project to complete the project Communicate with Foreman, Superintendents and Safety Managers Strong working knowledge of job site safety High Standard of integrity and professionalism within the trade Working knowledge of all hand and power tools Requirements: The desire for a career in Sheet Metal Valid drivers license Reliable transportation Pass criminal background check and drug test Must have basic hand tools What we offer you: Comprehensive benefits package to include: Medical/Dental/Vision, 401K Matching Program, Flexible Spending Plans, Life Insurance, and more Boot and Tool Purchase Programs Competitive Pay based on HVAC experience Career Path Development and certifications needed/required Vendor and Manufacturer Training Equal Opportunity Employer, including disabled and veterans.

Skills

power tools, hand tools, reliability, perspective drawings, blueprint, sheet metal, willingness to learn, glassblowing, painting, soldering iron, woodworking, fitting, roller skating, mold making, rigging

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