Framing Carpenter

Job Summary

The heart of FBi Buildings is our team that works at the job site. Construction workers and managers enjoy the benefits of working outdoors and the challenge of physical work. Our company provides year-round employment, top-of-the-industry pay, paid travel to job sites, paid weather days, and the tools and equipment to get the job done. Field workers also enjoy the extra income potential of paid overtime and incentive pay based on performance.

This position is responsible for the construction of post frame buildings.

Qualifications:

  • High school diploma or GED
  • Be a problem-solver and possess good people skills and good basic construction knowledge
  • May be required to lift, carry, handle or pull up 75 pounds several times a day
  • Be able to work in various weather conditions, a hard worker, and dependable
  • Experience in framing a plus

Benefits & Advancements:
Career paths for our construction team often lead to leadership positions in the field, project management, or design work in the office. To prepare our people for advancement, FBi offers tremendous training opportunities. It begins with on-the-job training and continues with a unique skills-based learning program.

Crew people who demonstrate the potential for advancement are given every opportunity, and the training necessary, to do so. Last but not least, field workers can appreciate FBi's unwavering commitment to safety, including the latest safety devices, such as fall protection, and personal protective equipment.

Starting Pay:
$15 - $17.50/hour, based on experience.

Why Should You Be a Framing Carpenter at FBi?
Dave Underwood, Safety Manager and Orientation Facilitator, at FBi Buildings describes the process that Framing Carpenters go through when they join FBi.

Why Should You Be a Framing Carpenter?

 

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