New to the field? Trainee painter is the starting point of your new career, where you will learn essential skills so you can grow as a painter. No Previous experience necessary.
As a painter 1, you will continue to develop jobsite, safety, and customer service skills as you advance in your trade.
The painter 2 phase combines a growing skill set with greater responsibility, including leading smaller teams and training newer painters.
Painter 3 demonstrates a seasoned skill set while communicating with customers, team supervisors, training newer painters, and overseeing jobsite safety.
Ideal for people with industry knowledge, our lead painters retain a robust skill set while supervising a team of painters at one of our many jobsites.
The master painter oversees the largest teams, providing mentoring and development for team members while performing jobsite tasks at an expert level.
Detail oriented. Carpenters perform many tasks that are important in the overall building process. Making precise measurements, for example, may reduce gaps between windows and frames, limiting any leaks around the window.
Dexterity. Carpenters use many tools and need hand-eye coordination to avoid injury or damaging materials. Striking the head of a nail, for example, is crucial to not damaging wood or injuring oneself.
Math skills. Carpenters use basic math skills every day to calculate volume and measure materials to be cut.
Physical stamina. Carpenters need physical endurance. They frequently stand, climb, or bend for long periods.
Physical strength. Carpenters use tools and materials that are heavy. For example, plywood sheets can weigh 50 to 100 pounds.
Problem-solving skills. Because construction jobs vary, carpenters must adjust project plans accordingly. For example, if a prefabricated window arrives at the worksite slightly oversized, carpenters must shave framework to make the window fit.
· Follow blueprints and building plans to meet the needs of clients
· Install structures and fixtures, such as windows and molding
· Measure, cut, and shape wood, plastic, and other materials
· Construct building frameworks, including walls, floors, and doorframes
· Erect, level, and install building framework with the aid of rigging hardware and cranes
· Inspect and replace damaged framework or other structures and fixtures
· Instruct and direct laborers and other construction helpers
typically specialize in single-family, townhome, and condominium building and remodeling. As part of a single job, they might build and set forms for footings, walls, and slabs, and frame and finish exterior walls, roofs, and decks. They also frame interior walls, build stairs, and install drywall, crown molding, doors, and cabinets. In addition, residential carpenters may tile floors and lay wood floors and carpet. Fully trained carpenters can easily switch from new homebuilding to remodeling.
Entry Level 1
Little to no experience.
Entry Level 2
Some Experience/training in high school or on the job.
Skills learned on the job and in school; clean driving record.
On-the-job and/or technical training; industry certification.
On-the-job plus technical training; industry certification, clean driving record.
Field Production Manager
2- or 4-year degree, much experience, industry certifications, salary based on experience and responsibility.
College degree, job experience, industry certifications.
Landscape Division Manager
College degree, job experience, industry certifications, salary based on experience and responsibility.
Fleet/ Truck Mechanic
Maintains equipment/vehicles. Technical training and job experience.
Fleet/ Truck Manager
Manages vehicles and mechanics. technical training and experience.
2-or 4-year degree. Salary based on experience ad responsibility.
4- year or master's degree. Must pass licensure exam and have required years of experience to practice.