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Mike Stone
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Description

  1. Assemble pipe sections, tubing and fittings, using couplings, clamps, screws, bolts, cement, plastic solvent, caulking, or soldering, brazing and welding equipment.
  2. Fill pipes or plumbing fixtures with water or air and observe pressure gauges to detect and locate leaks.
  3. Review blueprints and building codes and specifications to determine work details and procedures.
  4. Prepare written work cost estimates and negotiate contracts.
  5. Study building plans and inspect structures to assess material and equipment needs, to establish the sequence of pipe installations, and to plan installation around obstructions such as electrical wiring.
  6. Keep records of assignments and produce detailed work reports.

Requirements:

Education:

Graduation from high school, supplemented by completion of a Union, private (in-house), military, or trade school apprenticeship program that includes theory and on-the-job work.

Experience:

Four years as a journey-level plumber/fitter in a commercial, industrial, or facilities operations setting 


Wage

DOE

Experience

Any

Type

Full-time