Journey-Level Carpenter

12 Jan 2024

Position Overview:

A Journey-level Carpenter is responsible for safely building, remodeling, installing, and repairing structures, fixtures, and other items using different types of materials including wood, steel and concrete.

Essential Functions:

Responsible for your own safety and the safety of others working around you.

Participate in job site safety meetings and discussions

Safely operate construction tools and equipment

Read and interpret building plans, drawings, and specifications

Lead small teams and direct work of carpenters, and apprentice carpenters

Mentor and train carpenters

Perform wood and metal stud framing

Perform interior finish carpentry

Install doors, hardware, windows, siding, cabinets, fixtures, and millwork

Perform demolition

Install/apply waterproofing materials

Perform additional assignments as requested by the Superintendent or Project Manager.

Job Scope:

Work direction is provided, but is provided with little oversight, follows established practices and procedures, regarding building practices and safety procedures. May lead small teams.

Interpersonal Contacts:

Contacts are normally made with others both inside and outside the organization. Contacts within the company are made with supervisor and co-workers on the job site. Contacts made outside the company are generally with non-customers (subcontractors, vendors, etc.)


Ability to follow Mission Building and OR-OSHA safety practices

Comprehensive knowledge of commercial construction processes and techniques

Ability to read and interpret building plans/drawings/specifications

Detail-oriented with an analytical approach to solving problems

Advanced experience using construction hand and power tools

Ability to put work product in place in a timely and effective manner

Basic knowledge of spoken and written English, sufficient to understand instructions and communicate with others.


4+ Years of carpentry experience in varied disciplines

Commercial Construction experience preferred

High School Diploma or GED

Apprenticeship program a plus

Work Environment:

This position generally requires 8 hours a day. The workweek is Monday-Friday and occasionally on weekends/nights depending on the project. This position requires work in the outdoors in all types of weather. It requires walking, standing, bending and stooping for extended periods, at times in confined spaces. Work can occur on ladders, scaffolds and other above ground locations. Employees may be exposed to dust, fumes, noise and variation in temperature. Work requires lifting and carrying heavy objects.



  • ID: #50857577
  • State: Oregon Bend 97701 Bend USA
  • City: Bend
  • Salary: Competitive- TBD
  • Job type: Full-time
  • Showed: 2024-01-12
  • Deadline: 2024-03-12
  • Category: Skilled trades/artisan