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CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

JOIN THE CAPE ASSOCIATES FAMILY OF PROFESSIONALS

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At Cape Associates, our mission is building life-long relationships with our customers and with our employees, based upon an uncompromising commitment to quality and integrity.

Cape Associates, Inc. offers a full benefits package to its employees. This package includes medical insurance, dental insurance, life insurance and worker’s compensation insurance. Cape Associates has a profit sharing and 401k plan. There are seven paid holidays as well as five paid personal days (floating holidays). We offer mileage reimbursement and have a bonus incentive program. We are proud to provide steady, year-round employment, 40 hours a week, 52 weeks a year. There has never been a better, more exciting time to join our growing team!

Fill Out Our Online Application or E-mail us your resumé or questions.

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CURRENT OPEN POSITIONS

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Tile Setter

Tile Setter

Tile setters are required to have the following skills: ability to prep and lay out a shower, lay out a floor in a grid, and build and pour shower pans. He/she must know how to mix mortar, be able to use a tile saw, and have the ability to read a tape measure. It’s important that this person be detail-oriented and able to follow directions. Must also be able to lift 80 pounds, have minor carpentry skills and be able to plan ahead.  Must have own tools.

Carpenters (All Levels)

Foreman, Journeymen, Apprentice Levels

Carpenters (All Levels)

Foremen should have at least seven to ten years’ carpentry experience, should own a complete set of hand and power tools, own a truck or van with a rack (for transportation of tools and materials) and should have a Construction Supervisor’s License. Foremen should have the leadership skills to run a crew; building everything from a small addition to a complete house. Foremen should be willing and able to train their crew of journeymen and apprentice carpenters with the techniques to make them better craftsmen. They should be well organized and able to communicate easily and effectively with owners, office staff, subcontractors, and designers. The foreman organizes the work and coordinates the various aspects of construction. He should be able to meet quality standards, cost requirements, and project time schedules.

Journeymen should have several years of carpentry experience, should own a complete set of hand and power tools and own a truck or van with a rack (for transportation of tools and materials). They should be capable of layout, cutting rafters and stair stringers, sidewalling, and roofing. Journeymen should be working towards obtaining their Construction Supervisor’s License, if they don’t already have it. They should be able to read and interpret building plans.

Apprentice carpenters should have one to five years experience, and some power tools. Apprentice Carpenters should continue to invest in themselves by adding to their tool cache. Should be able to take directions and work alongside the foreman and journeymen carpenters as well. He/she should have good communication skills with their supervisors.

Laborers should be physically fit, have a driver’s license, and own some basic tools, work boots, and gloves. They should have a willingness to learn the trade and to advance in the trade. This is an entry level role for anyone new to the industry and/or new to the carpentry trade.

All levels must have transportation and be able to lift 80 pounds.

Journeyman Plumber (Apprentice and Master Levels)

Journeyman Plumber (Apprentice and Master Levels)

We are willing to train the right candidates to join our expanding plumbing division.  If you are interested in being an apprentice, apply today.

Journeymen must have the following skills: ability to inspect, repair, install, modify and maintain plumbing fixtures in heating, water and drainage systems in both the rough and finish stages; ability to identify electrical, plumbing and safety problems applicable to the installation and be able to take necessary corrective action.  He/she must be familiar with all standard concepts, practices, and procedures related to plumbing and have a current journeyman license with the understanding that continuing education requirements must be followed and up to date. He/she must also be able to work independently or under supervision (Experience with heating systems a plus). Must be able to lift 80 pounds.

 

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