Lawrence Berkeley National Lab's (LBNL) Facilities Division has an opening for a Carpenter to join the team.
In this exciting role, you will perform carpentry related alterations, modifications and maintenance to all building components including exterior walkways and retaining walls. Perform all work safely and comply with LBNL and DOE safety policies. Have the ability to communicate and interact with a variety of staff in a diverse work environment.
What You Will Do:
Perform carpentry field modifications, alterations and construction-related additions.
Fabricate, install and construct wood & metal framing and finish work associated with excavation shoring, concrete forms, footings, floor coverings, walls, ceiling, window and door frames, casements, roofing, stairs, handrails, retaining walls and guard rails; install office/laboratory paneling, molding, fixed furniture and cabinets.
Must be able to wear a full face respirator and perform asbestos abatements.
Work from verbal and written instructions, sketches/formal prints, penetration permits and work order calculations.
Interface with internal and external stakeholders such as customers, vendors, and other Facilities personnel.
Take measurements, make calculations for layouts, assist the lead carpenter with project estimate development and make sketches for future references.
Comply with LBL implementation of DOE health and safety policies and other applicable Federal, State, and local fire, health, safety, emergency-preparedness, pollution-prevention, and environmental-protection policies.
What is Required:
Completion of a formal apprenticeship OR comparable industrial or military training OR 5+ years demonstrating journey level carpentry knowledge, skills and abilities in industrial and commercial construction related building and exterior facilities, modifications, alterations and additions.
Experience working with Acoustic Ceiling Systems.
Demonstrated excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Able to climb stairs, ladders, scaffolds including scaffold assembly, operation of boom lifts and scissor lifts, work at heights; work in confined spaces, around rotating equipment, under fluorescent lights; able to bend, stoop, kneel, crawl, has manual dexterity in both hands; must use protective clothing, safety equipment and respirators; lift 50 lbs. to chest height. Able to communicate clearly over telephone and two way radio.
Must have a valid California Driver's license.
Knowledge of LBL facilities layout, key personnel, procedures governing stores issues, safety program and facilities design requirements.
Experience working with/on different types of roofs and roofing systems.
Experience with research equipment.
Demonstrated ability to use computers and tablets, DataSplice work order software, effectively for record keeping and communication; ability to quickly write presentable reports and memoranda on computer.
This is a full-time career appointment, non-exempt (hourly paid).
This position is represented by a union for collective bargaining purposes.
Hourly rate is $51.39.
This position may be subject to a background check. Any convictions will be evaluated to determine if they directly relate to the responsibilities and requirements of the position. Having a conviction history will not automatically disqualify an applicant from being considered for employment.
Work will be primarily performed at: Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, 1 Cyclotron Road, Berkeley, CA.
Based on University of California Policy - SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) Vaccination Program and U.S Federal Government requirements, Berkeley Lab requires that all members of our community obtain the COVID-19 vaccine as soon as they are eligible. As a condition of employment at Berkeley Lab, all Covered Individuals must Participate in the COVID-19 Vaccination Program by providing proof that vaccination requirements have been met or submitting a request for Exception or Deferral. Visit covid.lbl.gov for more information.
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