Experience:
No experience
Employment Type:
Full time
Posted:
8/28/2017
Job Category:
Physical Labor
Roofer/Masonry Lead #SP001520P
(This job is no longer available)
University of Idaho | Moscow, ID
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Job Description

Roofer/Masonry Lead

Facilities Management:

Position Summary

Specific responsibilities include: under the direction of the interior shop supervisor, this position will lead the Roofing, Masonary and Exterior Surface team by ensuring quality service to the campus community; and contributing to the team effort. This lead position also will assign and schedule roofing maintenance and repair work accordingly, working in conjunction with the Construction Manager and making decisions on his behalf in his absence.

Responsibilities

Job Duty Function

Supporting the UI roofing systems program by:

Job Duties/Responsibilities

Performing duties requiring specialized skills or the leadership of others which may include: patching, repairing, maintaining and renovating all general education campus roof systems.

Installing roof coatings, tiles, flashing, and various types of shingles and other roofing products.

Performing periodic inspections and cleanings of campus roofs, setting up a preventative maintenance program.

Maintaining records regarding campus roofs including roofing specifications, leak monitoring and warranty information.

Serving as the point of contact for the Idaho Department of Public Works regarding queries on roof systems across campus.

Attending meetings, training sessions and conferences to maintain current knowledge of roofing technology and materials.

 

Job Duty Function

Providing maintenance on campus buildings exteriors by performing specialized trade skills by:

Job Duties/Responsibilities

Repairing existing building facades on campus consisting of masonry, brick, wood, hardy-plank or similar material.

 

Job Duty Function

Ensures quality service to campus community by:

Job Duties/Responsibilities

Communicating effectively with Interiors shop employees, other

Facilities’ shop employees and university personnel regarding assigned projects; Construction Manager inspecting work sites and utilizing information from blueprints, plans, specifications and customer’s verbal instructions in order to develop project work plans and provide supervisor with time and materials estimates;

Requesting and purchasing materials, tools, equipment and supplies as required;

Transporting materials, tools and equipment to project work site;

Maintaining records of time and materials used on projects;

Keeping bench stock inventory current and charging out materials to projects as appropriate;

Providing input to supervisor regarding budget and cost projections; and

Preparing records and reports as requested.

 

Job Duty Function

Performs carpentry/construction work including plan Interpretation, layout, framing walls floors ceilings roofs, drywall installation by:

Job Duties/Responsibilities

Constructing, maintaining, repairing and altering a variety of buildings, structures and fixtures;

Designing, fabricating, assembling, finishing and installing such things as walls, partitions, suspended ceilings, cabinetry, finished millwork, doors, door frames, window frames, window casings, wood trims, railings, stairways, bookshelves and related hardware;

Selecting procedures, materials and equipment needed to complete assigned work;

Enclosing the job site as needed to protect building users and unaltered building from dust and debris;

Cleaning up and disposing of debris from the job site;

And utilizing and maintaining various shop equipment and tools in a safe manner.

Position Qualifications

Minimum Qualifications

Using and maintaining tools, equipment and materials associated with carpentry/Roofing; estimating time and materials needed for jobs; and reading and interpreting blueprints and specifications.

Combination of education and work experience totaling five (5) years directly related to the Roofing Core with two (2) years in a supervisory role, with experience in these roofing types;

Flat seam metal, raised metal, asphalt shingle, single ply membrane, built up roofs, and also experience in exterior masonary repairs and maintenance.

Considerable knowledge: of building techniques involved with new and remodel construction; of technical practices associated with construction, and the tools, equipment and materials used in the field; and of applicable building codes, trade hazards and safety precautions with emphasis on fall protection systems and prevention.

Must possess: a valid motor vehicle operator’s license and be able to meet policy requirements for driving University vehicles.

Must be able to communicate effectively and use good human relations skills.

Preferred Qualifications

Computer use: Drafting programs, Word Processor, email.

Physical Requirements & Working Conditions

Physical ability to: lift items weighing approximately 90 pounds; bend, stoop, climb and work from ladders; stand and walk continuously throughout the work shift; and work around dust and fumes and in various weather conditions.

Must be able to wear personal protective equipment (PPE) and safety gear

Application Review will begin on September 13, 2017.
Equal Opportunity Employer/Affirmative Action/Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran.


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