Hours of work
Day Shift: Eight (8) consecutive hours between 6:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., excluding an unpaid meal period of up to one hour.
Under the direction of the Assistant Supervisor of Maintenance Services (Building/Water) or designate, the Carpenter installs, repairs and maintains structural, cosmetic and built-in building components and equipment; ensures work performed in Board buildings is completed in a safe, effective manner; ensures compliance with Board/Legislative standards and codes, and that Board vehicle and tools are properly maintained; and performs other related duties required to ensure that properties, facilities and equipment are properly maintained.
Duties and Responsibilities
Ensures building components are appropriately maintained; ensures work performed in Board buildings is completed in the most effective; ensures compliance with Board/Legislative standards and codes; ensures Board vehicle and tools are properly maintained and performs other related duties.
Knowledge of current relevant codes and legislation (Acts and Regulations), new materials, equipment, products, methods and procedures. Sound knowledge of the carpentry-trade with experience in the construction of wood framed structures and the fabrication of cabinetry and mill work. Interpersonal, communication, and listening skills required to liaise with co-workers, principals and other Board personnel, to understand and explain problems with equipment and/or materials; initiative and judgement are required to make decisions such as methods of repair and equipment/supplies needed, prioritizing work orders; organization skills to prioritize work and reschedule activities due to emergency calls. Ability to use a variety of tools such as hammers, screwdriver, drills, circular saw, plainer, radial arm saw, and hydraulic personnel lifting devices. Ability to report code violations, complete forms such daily logs and work order sheet, calculate to determine building materials and costing. Ability to use electronic mail system and computer maintenance management system and to work with minimum supervision.
Education and Training
This knowledge would normally be obtained through completion of secondary school diploma, an Ontario Certificate of Qualification in General Carpentry and 5 years experience in the carpentry trade, which includes 3 years in industrial or commercial maintenance. Valid Ontario Class G driver's license, or equivalent and completion of the requirements to be a Canadian Certified Playground Inspector. The incumbent is required to keep all licenses and certifications current and to take approved training courses as required.
APPLICATION PROCESS - Apply to Education
As a condition of employment, if you are the successful incumbent for this position, you will be required to submit a Police Record Check completed within the last 6 months.
Personal information is collected pursuant to the Education Act and will be used to determine the eligibility for employment with the OCDSB. Questions about this collection should be directed to the Manager, Human Resources, 133 Greenbank Road, Nepean, Ontario K2H 6L3.
If you are a person with a disability and require an accommodate in the interview process, please indicate the type of accommodation required at the time an interview is being offered.
The Ottawa-Carleton District School Board is committed to equity for all students and staff and to delivering the highest quality education through a qualified workforce that reflects the diversity of the students and communities it serves. The District seeks to be proactive in attracting Indigenous, Black and minoritized candidates. Applicants who may require accommodations at any point in the selection process are invited to contact us at email@example.com
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