Employment Opportunities

Carpenter

  • Follow blueprints and building plans to meet the needs of clients

  • Install structures and fixtures, such as windows and molding

  • Measure, cut, or shape wood, plastic, and other materials

  • Construct building frameworks, including walls, floors, and doorframes

  • Help erect, level, and install building framework with the aid of rigging hardware and cranes

  • Inspect and replace damaged framework or other structures and fixtures

  • Instruct and direct laborers and other construction helpers

  • Qualifications: Education: High school diploma or GED, Level 2 Diploma in Bench Joinery, Level 2 or Level 3 Diploma in Carpentry and Joinery, T level for Carpentry and Joinery; Certifications: Certified Lead Carpenter.

Skilled Laborer

  • Perform tasks involving physical labor

  • Operate hand and power tools of all types: air hammers, earth tampers, cement mixers, small mechanical hoists, surveying and measuring equipment, and a variety of other equipment and instruments.

  • Clean and prepare sites

  • Dig trenches

  • Set braces to support the sides of excavations

  • Erect scaffolding

  • Clean up rubble, debris and other waste materials.

  • Assist other craft workers.

  • Qualifications: Education: High school diploma or GED certificate, formal education or training through an apprenticeship or a program at a trade school, vocational school, or community college.  Certifications: OSHA Training, National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES), ACI Certification, Green Business Certification (LEED), Aerial Lift Training, Crane Operation Certification.

General Laborer

  • Cleaning and preparing construction sites.

  • Loading and unloading materials and equipment.

  • Building and taking down scaffolding and temporary structures.

  • Digging trenches, compacting earth and backfilling holes.

  • Operating and tending machinery and heavy equipment.

  • Ability to Lift Heavy Loads.

  • Physical Stamina and Strength.

  • Landscaping (mowing, trimming, planting, etc.)

  • Construction Demolition.

  • Quick Loading & Unloading.

  • Multitasking Skills.

  • Hand Tools & Power Tools.

  • Commitment to safety.

  • Ability to follow instructions.

  • Qualifications: Education: High school diploma or GED certificate Certifications: OSHA Safety Certificate.

Executive Assistant

  • Prepare financial statements, reports, memos, invoices letters, and other documents.

  • Answer phones and routing calls to the correct person or taking messages.

  • Handle basic bookkeeping tasks.

  • File and retrieve corporate records, documents, and reports.

  • Research and conduct data to prepare documents for review and presentation by boards of directors, committees, and executives.

  • Help prepare for meetings.

  • Accurately record minutes from meetings.

  • Greet visitors and decide if they should be able to meet with executives.

  • Use various software, including word processing, spreadsheets, databases, and presentation software.

  • Read and analyze incoming memos, submissions, and distribute them as needed.

  • Make travel arrangements for executives.

  • Perform office duties that include ordering supplies and managing a records database.

  • Experience as a virtual assistant.

  • Open, sort and distribute incoming faxes, emails, and other correspondence.

  • Provide general administrative support.

  • Qualifications: Education: High school diploma, Associate or Bachelor’s degree; Skills: Impeccable communication skills. Strong verbal and written communication skills are some of the most important qualifications for an administrative assistant. Strong computer and internet research skills. Flexibility. Excellent interpersonal skills.  Certifications: Advance Certificate for the Executive Assistant (ACEA), Certified Administrative Professional, Microsoft Office Specialist