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Entry Level Construction Assembly

Works in a safe manner following all safety policies while performing job duties.
Maintains open communication with supervisor regarding safety concerns and assembly of building components.
Follows work orders and instructions in order to accurately and efficiently prepare and assemble building components based on assigned production area (construction worker, welder, electrician, drywaller, painter, forklift operator, stocker, etc.).
Some of the specific responsibilities for the various production areas include but are not limited to:

Construction Worker and Welder- Preparation and assembly of various building components and materials.
Electrician – Prepare framing for wiring and install wiring, receptacles, pull down bars, fasteners, leno sheets, and breaker boxes.
Drywaller – Tape drywall seams, mix and apply mud to taped drywall seams, apply vapor barrier and texturing material using spray gun, apply texturing design, and clean and maintain equipment.
Painter – Erect scaffolding or set up ladders to perform tasks above ground level, remove any exposed fixtures and/or additional items in work area prior to performing work, prepare surfaces for painting, hand sand as needed, apply coats of paint, varnish, stain, enamel or lacquer.
Forklift operator – Keep forklift operating by following operating instructions, troubleshooting breakdowns, maintaining supplies, performing preventative maintenance, and calling for repairs; Retrieves supplies and materials, secures pallets on truck, moves pallet to production location.
Stocker – Keep work area safe by promptly handling any spills and removing and properly disposing of any trash such as plastic wrap, plastic ties, pieces of wood or any other debris; Move pallets and materials to designated areas; Break down vendor pallets and separates products for different departments; Assist other employees or vendors with loading and off-loading materials as needed.

May be cross trained across various line assembler duties to ensure job knowledge progression and a balanced work force.
Meets weekly production goals per assigned production supervisor or team lead.
Maintains a good attendance record and proactively communicates and coordinates with supervisors regarding attendance.
Maintains and keeps tools, machinery, and work area clean and organized.
Performs various other job duties as assigned and needed.

Drywall – Tape & Texture, Hangers

Works in a safe manner following all safety policies while performing job duties.
Maintains open communication with supervisor regarding safety concerns and assembly of building components.
Follows work orders and instructions in order to accurately and efficiently prepare and assemble building components based on assigned production area.
Some of the specific responsibilities for the drywall production areas include but are not limited to:

Drywaller – Tape drywall seams, mix and apply mud to taped drywall seams, apply vapor barrier and texturing material using spray gun, apply texturing design, and clean and maintain equipment.
Draywall hanger – Using measuring tape to measure accurately and hang the drywall using power tools. Able to safely operate a utility knife to accurately cut the drywall.
Comfortable working in a fast paced environment

May be cross trained across various line assembler duties to ensure job knowledge progression and a balanced work force.
Meets weekly production goals per assigned production supervisor or team lead.
Maintains a good attendance record and proactively communicates and coordinates with supervisors regarding attendance.
Maintains and keeps tools, machinery, and work area clean and organized.
Performs various other job duties as assigned and needed.

Line Assembler – Builder

Works in a safe manner following all safety policies while performing job duties.
Maintains open communication with supervisor regarding safety concerns and assembly of building components.
Follows work orders and instructions in order to accurately and efficiently prepare and assemble building components based on assigned production area (construction worker, welder, electrician, drywaller, painter, forklift operator, stocker, etc.).
Some of the specific responsibilities for the various production areas include but are not limited to:

Construction Worker and Welder- Preparation and assembly of various building components and materials.
Electrician – Prepare framing for wiring and install wiring, receptacles, pull down bars, fasteners, leno sheets, and breaker boxes.
Drywaller – Tape drywall seams, mix and apply mud to taped drywall seams, apply vapor barrier and texturing material using spray gun, apply texturing design, and clean and maintain equipment.
Painter – Erect scaffolding or set up ladders to perform tasks above ground level, remove any exposed fixtures and/or additional items in work area prior to performing work, prepare surfaces for painting, hand sand as needed, apply coats of paint, varnish, stain, enamel or lacquer.
Forklift operator – Keep forklift operating by following operating instructions, troubleshooting breakdowns, maintaining supplies, performing preventative maintenance, and calling for repairs; Retrieves supplies and materials, secures pallets on truck, moves pallet to production location.
Stocker – Keep work area safe by promptly handling any spills and removing and properly disposing of any trash such as plastic wrap, plastic ties, pieces of wood or any other debris; Move pallets and materials to designated areas; Break down vendor pallets and separates products for different departments; Assist other employees or vendors with loading and off-loading materials as needed.

May be cross trained across various line assembler duties to ensure job knowledge progression and a balanced work force.
Meets weekly production goals per assigned production supervisor or team lead.
Maintains a good attendance record and proactively communicates and coordinates with supervisors regarding attendance.
Maintains and keeps tools, machinery, and work area clean and organized.
Performs various other job duties as assigned and needed.

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At Corbins Electric, we believe people are first!  Our teammates, our partners, and our customers can expect that we genuinely care to serve them and look out for their best interests.  Our culture is built on the cornerstone of our Core Values – Passion, Relationships, Innovation, Development and Excellence!  They set our expectation of each and every employee and are integrated in everything we do. As one of the largest electrical contractors in the Southwest and an industry leader in virtual construction, fabrication, electrical construction, and electrical service, we continually look for people who share in our Core Values to better themselves and contribute to our mission of changing the construction industry as empowered thought leaders.

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