Architectural Metalwork Installer

Reports to Installation Superintendent

Responsibilities

  1. The installation of various types of custom architectural and ornamental metalwork.

Requirements

  1. Drivers License.
  2. Pass Drug testing.
  3. Pass security screening as required by project.
  4. Out of city/state travel necessary.
  5. Night work required on some projects.
  6. Work conditions vary by project. Indoor and/or outdoor work may be required.
  7. Work may require scaffolding, scissor lifts or similar equipment for access.
  8. Adhere to project safety guidelines.
  9. Read and understand fabrication drawings and weld symbols.
  10. Experience assembling and installing the following; non-ferrous and stainless steel metal cladding and panels at beams, soffits, walls, columns, escalators, and power-walkways. Installation of glass and/or metal guardrail and handrail systems, sunshades, canopies, grilles, and other architectural, ornamental and decorative metalwork.
  11. Ability to TIG weld and finish non-ferrous metals and stainless steel.
  12. Maintain a safe working area.
  13. Wear safety equipment at all times while working.
  14. Maintain equipment and keep work area clean.
  15. Inspect personal work for accuracy.
  16. Follow quality control procedures.
  17. Verify dimensions and quantities match fabrication drawings.
  18. Assist with field surveys and measurements as required.
  19. Assist with inspections as required.
  20. Prepare reports as required.
  21. Enter project work hours on work orders and time cards.
  22. Typical work week is Monday through Friday. Work days and hours determined by project requirements.

Qualifications

  1. Two years previous experience and/or installation test supervised by installation superintendent.
  2. General knowledge of standard welding processes and practices.
  3. Experience with all tools required for the installation of architectural and ornamental metalwork.

Notice

  1. This job may expose the worker and others around the work area to dangerous burns and/or eye damage due to flashing and glare. Accident hazards can also involve severe cuts and bruises. Protective equipment is required and must be worn at all times when working.

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