Are you ready to make your mark in Western Canada’s construction industry? Do you have what it takes to contribute to an exciting, well-established construction organization? Have you been waiting for an opportunity to use all of your skills and experiences you have acquired and put them to use?
Keller Construction Ltd., one of Western Canada’s leading construction companies, is looking for Carpenters (apprentice to lead hand level) with a focus and proven background in Commercial Construction to join our team in the Edmonton, Calgary and Western Canada region.
We are looking for individuals that approach work with the following core values:
– We don’t just demonstrate safety, we define it daily
Lead to Succeed
– We lead the industry and our company through our dedication to doing good work and sharing our knowledge with others
– We are the best when we demonstrate care for our clients, each other and our community
Make the Team
– Being part of the team is about more than showing up; it is contributing and working for successful outcomes
– We all play a role in the positive image we portray and how we are perceived
While reporting to the Site Superintendent, or being a Lead Hand on your own projects, this position will ensure high quality performance and compliance to project standards is maintained while following safety and industry protocols.
- Typical work would include concrete form work, general commercial carpentry, site maintenance, drywall, interior renovation and re-building. Other skills like experience with installation of doors, hardware and windows would be a definite asset.
- Maintain positive relationships with customers, contractors, and fellow employees
- Implement safety protocol practices and resolve job site hazards immediately
- Work under the direction of the Site Superintendent in a positive manner
- Minimum of 3-5 years’ demonstrable work experience in commercial construction
- Ability to work independently or with minimal oversight
- High school diploma, enrollment in, or completion of, applicable Apprenticeship Program or equivalent experience in the trade