​​  Contractor Lic
  904547


We are offering to a select individual the opportunity to receive on-the-job training while employed at wages which increase as their skills progress.  All  instruction will be incorporated into each day and each hour invested will be paid.


At the successful conclusion of apprenticeship training, which typically lasts 3 - 5 years, apprentices graduate to journey workers.  Journey workers are recognized as the most qualified members of their craft and are paid top wages and benefits.


on the job training

"I love working with my hands"

Is This You?

Physical Requirements

Must be able to stand on feet for long periods of time.
​Must be able to lift up to 75 pounds.​
Must be able to do repetitive motion with hands, wrists and arms.​
Must be able to work with arms above head.​​
​Must be able to bend and squat to ground level.
Must be able to work in temperatures ranging from 0-110 degrees
​​Must be able to learn to use variety of tools.

Other Requirements

Must have a valid driver’s license​
Must provide driving record from the DMV.​
Must have reliable transportation.​
Must have the ability to read a street guide and follow directions.​
Must listen carefully to customer needs and concerns
​Must write legibly and speak clearly.
​Must follow directions from coworkers
Must communicate clearly with front office
Must follow company policy.​​
Must have a friendly personality and willing to please customers

Interview / Hiring process
Submit Application / Resume
​Answer basic questions during phone pre-interview
Present the real you during interview
Must read and agree to support, deliver and defend company policies
​Successful new hires will enter a 90 day probationary period.


Typically ​apprentices who enter the construction industry to develop Construction Skills attend classes paid for by unions and contractors, while simultaneously being employed on projects in their craft. 


For those fortunate enough to get an opportunity like this can expect to spend 144 - 180 hours annually of classroom instruction covering the theory, principles and technical knowledge required to do the job.  The length of training varies from two to five years, depending on the trade.


LEARN A TRADE, REALIZE A CAREER GOAL


window coverings  technician - apprentice