12 JobsFinish Carpenter/ Pre-hung DoorSiwek Lumber & Millwork Corp.Minneapolis, MNCandidates can read a tape measure to the 1/32', understand basic math and geometry, have confidence in his/her lumber, building material knowledge, can SAFELY and knowledgeably use appropriate power and woodworking tools (ie: miter, table saw, dado, shaper, router, sanders, planers, air tools and handtools), and has coping, mortise/tenon assembly skills.
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Carpenter/ Millwright/ Pre-hung DoorsSiwek Lumber & Millwork Corp.Minneapolis, MNJob Type: Full-time Pay: $20.00 - $25.00 per hour Benefits: Employee discount Health insurance Paid time off Schedule: 8 hour shift Day shift Monday to Friday Experience: finish carpentry: 3 years (Required) Shifts: Morning (Required) Mid-Day (Required) Work Location: One location Typical start time: 8AM Typical end time: 5PM Benefit Conditions: Waiting period may apply Only full-time employees eligible Work Remotely: No Show more $20 - $25 an hour Full-time
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