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Plumbing Apprentice/Helper



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Position Description: Under the general direction of a supervisor or lead-person, performs a variety of plumbing duties and work related to the operation, maintenance, fabrication and alteration of facilities and equipment in the plumbing field at a skilled level. • Assist in new construction project installations. • Competent with fitting/joining various types of pipe such as copper, galvanized, PVC, ABS, ductile, black, fiberglass, transite and be knowledgeable with pipe fitting terminology. • Must be competent in the safe use of hand and power tools such as oxy/acetylene torches, tapping machines, drills, drain augers, threading machines, victaulic presses, and lathes. • Performs specific tasks in accordance with verbal and/or written instructions and observes safety, fire, health, and work rules. • Works with other semi-skilled and skilled crafts-persons and coordinates with members of other activities to insure quality and timely accomplishment of assigned duties. • Performs other related duties as assigned by the Supervisor. Required Experience: • A minimum of one to two years of specific work experience in the specific field required. • Must be capable of acquiring the skill and knowledge of proper and safe use of tools and equipment associated with the various trades. • Must demonstrate ability to comprehend and follow instructions verbally or from written documents, drawings or blueprints at a level necessary for satisfactory job performance.








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