Westward360 Pros is seeking to hire a detail oriented Mason technician who is confident in skills with laying building materials, including concrete and brick, and constructs or repairs surfaces or structures. This is a journey-level classification. Work conditions include restricted movement, dirty environment, extreme temperatures, lifting or carrying heavy objects. Westward360 Pros specializes in a wide field of contracting work, ranging from single-unit kitchen & bath remodels to multi-family building rehabs. The Mason Tech would be responsible for the following: Prepares surfaces prior to beginning work. Fabricates, alters, repairs, and maintains walls, sidewalks, street curbs, floors, bathroom showers, sink counters, partitions, manholes, and other related structures or surfaces. Lays blocks or bricks following blueprints, plans, or drawings. Determines work requirements and sequence of masonry/tile assignments through review of work orders, plans, or drawings. Lays out work using chalk lines, plumb bobs, tapes, squares, and levels. Mixes cement using hoes, cement-mixing equipment, and/or hand tools. Cuts or breaks bricks and concrete using hammers, powered abrasive saws, paving breakers, drills, and/or hand tools. Molds expansion joints and edges using edging tools, jointers, and straightedge. Operates equipment, such as forklifts, dump-truck, and flatbed. Estimates materials and labor. Requirements: Knowledge of related tools, masonry techniques, equipment and materials. Skills in the construction, alteration, repair, and maintenance of masonry structures and surfaces. Three Years' masonry or bricklaying background; OR, completion of a 3 year federally approved technical training program in masonry or bricklaying; OR, any equivalent combination of background and/or education from which comparable knowledge, skills and abilities have been achieved. Benefits: Medical/Dental/Vision, 401 K - company match up to 4% Salary: Depending on Background*Disability Notice: Disclosure is divulging or giving out personal info about a disability. It is important for the employee to provide info about the nature of the disability, the limitations involved, and how the disability affects the expertise to learn and /or perform the job effectively. The employer has a right to know if a disability is involved when an employee asks for accommodations. Deciding if, when, and how to share disability-related details with a prospective or current employer can be overwhelming but we ask to please request a required accommodation prior to your 1st date of work. *Please note, a doctor's note may be requested by Human Resources, depending on the accommodation being requested, on a case-by-case basis.
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