Carpenter, Maintenance and Museum Job Code 8150/Range A33
Working under general supervision, employees in this classification perform skilled carpentry work at the journey level in the construction, maintenance, and repair of structures, equipment and fixtures. Work is assigned by the shop supervisor or leader, and carried out by the carpenter independently, selecting methods most suitable for the job. Work is spot-checked during progress and upon completion.
Working from blueprints, sketches, and oral or written instructions, construct and repair
Lay out work as required
Build, repair and install counters, cabinets, benches, partitions, floors, doors, stairs,
ladders, building framework, etc.
Repair and maintain roofs
Install new floor and ceiling tile, replace worn or damaged tile
Select specified type of lumber or other material
Shape materials to prescribed measurements
Install paneling to walls and ceilings
Fit and install windows, doors, doorframes, etc.
Construct concrete forms and pouring chutes; may do some concrete finishing
Select and install various sounds insulation materials
Answer emergency calls to make minor repairs to locks, remove broken keys, etc.
Install or replace various kinds of building hardware, such as door closers, antipanic emergency exit hardware, hinges, lock sets, etc.
Keep tools and machinery of the trade in good condition
Repair or replace chalkboards and bulletin boards
Operate woodworking machinery such as sanders, planers, lathes, power saws, and
joiners, and specialized instruments such as a surveyors transit, etc.
May perform specialized duties such as building display cases, pedestals, etc., which do
not require cabinet-making level skill or tools
Ensure that safety rules are followed