Low Rise Residential Sheet Metal Installers install sheet metal air-handling and ventilation systems in low-rise residential buildings without common air-conditioned areas. Specific work settings include self-contained single-family dwellings like detached, semi-detached, town, and linked homes with wood frame construction.
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Apprentice earnings are 40% of journeyperson for first period of 1,500 hours, 60% for second period of 1,500 hours, and 80% for third period of 1,500 hours. Fully qualified workers earn an average of $28.00 per hour.
Residential (Low Rise) Sheet Metal Installer (308R)
|Do you have good manual dexterity, an eye for dimension and detail, and enjoy working with your hands/power tools?|
|Do you have good analytical and problem-solving skills?|
|Are you able to follow Health & Safety guidelines?|
|Can you lift 50lbs comfortably? Are you able to travel for work?|
|Are you good at visualizing, reading drawings, or creating a freehand sketch?|
|Would you enjoy interacting with site supervisors, customers, suppliers, co-workers and other tradespeople to get the job done?|
|Do you have excellent time management? Are you an organized person?|
If you checked YES to the majority of these questions, a career as a Residential (Low Rise) Sheet Metal Installer may be for you!
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