Skilled Laborer

Organization: 
AEOA

AEOA strengthens communities by providing opportunities for people experiencing social and economic challenges.

Location in MN: 
Northeast
Posting Date: 
12/03/18
Closing Date: 
12/21/18
Job Type: 
Full Time
Salary: 
13.52 hourly
Hours: 
Monday-Friday, 40 hours/week
Primary Duties: 

Performs residential construction labor duties involving weatherization, energy conservation, and rehabilitation.

Duties and Responsibilities:
•Performs weatherization, energy conservation, and construction labor tasks
•Works from specifications and plans
•Assists with measuring, fabricating, and installing a variety of materials in homes
•Operates a variety of manual and power tools and equipment
•Maintains a safe work environment and practices
•Assists with loading and unloading of materials

Experience: 

Qualifications:
•High school graduate or equivalent
•Experience with basic carpentry and building materials and a variety of construction power tools required
•Regularly lifts 50 lbs. and occasionally more
•Regularly climbs ladders and enter crawl spaces
•Must pass an employer physical exam and have a valid driver’s license

Additional Info: 

Needed Attributes:
•Must have concern for quality work

How to Apply: 

Apply by 12-21-18. See www.aeoa.org/Careers Tab/View All Jobs to apply.

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