Thermal Technician – Full time
Date Posted: July 3, 2023
*Office Location In Vancouver, WA - Work is Performed In Multiple Locations Across the United States
$22/hr to $36/hr depending on skills, experience, and willingness to travel
Must be willing to travel and pass a drug screen (includes testing for marijuana).
- Fisher’s success is built on strong teams. Full-Time, non-union employees are rewarded with competitive wages with annual wage reviews, health insurance benefits including medical, dental, vision, life, and long-term disability benefits, as well as 401K retirement benefits with a 3.5% company match. After one year, Full-Time, non-union employees are also eligible for profit sharing.
- Safety is a deeply ingrained priority throughout Fisher Construction Group. We understand that safety is right for our employees and subcontractors as well as for delivering projects efficiently. Fisher’s Comprehensive Safety Management Program is designed to instill a high level awareness of safe job site practices in all team members.
- General or Thermal Superintendent
- Works as part of a crew to install thermal interior and exterior panels on cold storage and processing facilities and warehouses. Thermal technicians are classified in three levels according to skills and experience.
- Load and unload equipment.
- Erect and dismantle scaffolding and staging.
- Level ground for scaffolding.
- Prepare tools and materials.
- Bolts, nails, or aligns materials.
- Measure and cut panels to size for installation.
- Lift, unload, move, materials at job site.
- Drill through metal track and concrete to anchor track.
- Assist in setting 30-60′ panels by directing crane (Octopus) operator.
- Operate forklift to move panels and equipment/supplies around job site.
- Perform general cleanup and clearing debris, including sweeping, cleaning, washing, and unloading.
- Touch up damaged panels with paint.
- Work is performed with other workers as a team.
- Other duties may be assigned.
- Runs errands to collect equipment and supplies.
Skills, Knowledge and Abilities
- Has a positive attitude, initiative and a willingness to learn.
- Ability to maintain a good attendance record.
- Ability to operate hand and power tools commonly employed on construction sites.
- Ability to operate equipment and machinery commonly employed on construction sites.
- Knowledge of the construction techniques used to build commercial and industrial buildings.
- Knowledge of the safety requirements for a construction site.
- Experience in the construction industry in a hands-on capacity.
- Standing, walking, stooping, kneeling, and climbing are all required on a constant basis. Lifting of objects up to 20 pounds is frequent, and up to 50 pounds occasionally. There is frequent pushing, pulling and dragging of objects.
- Work is performed outdoors in all weather conditions. Workers are exposed to dust and dirt common to construction sites.