Youth Apprentice - Carpentry
Youth Apprentice will be signed a mentor for on the jobsite learning. The mentor will be there to teach and guide youth apprentice. Youth Apprentice will be able to learn the following items, but not limited to:
Learn and follow safety procedures. (Attend monthly safety meetings)
Review and interpret construction plans, convert measurements/specifications.
Set-up and prepare job site, tools, and equipment for tasks.
Clean up and maintain job site.
Identify materials needed to complete tasks.
Assist with material handling following safety guidelines.
Learn the use of power tools and equipment following safety guidelines.
Practice estimates on material, resources, and supplies needed for projects.
Learn the craftmanship of quality and perform at a high level of standards.
Valid Drivers License (travel to job sites required)
Enrolled in YA program
Enrolled in an accredited high school (grade 11 or 12)
Ability to identity and use basic hand tools and tape measure.
Ability to hold oneself accountable for actions, success, and failures.
Ability to take direction, and to listen.
Ability to work cooperatively as a team.
Student will work 15-20 hours a week during school year.
Hours 6:30a to 10:30a – Schedule can be flexible
More hours may be available during summer months.
Steps to Apply:
Speak to your STC coordinator first about the position and expectations.
Update your resume using the provided template connected to the skills listed in this posting.
Make sure to list that you are enrolled in the Dane County Youth Apprenticeship program.
Send your Cover Letter and Resume to Josh Fassl.
Complete your Youth Apprenticeship application if you have not already done so. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1RQlKr-Aqa3hzd_qSXNq4DFV8oSwe4vXsJXXD21V8wjw/edit?usp=sharing
Follow-up with the HR contact in 2-3 business days if they have not reached out to you.
Daniels General Contractors
Dane County, WI