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Lead Carpenter

Job Description

The Lead Carpenter is the On-site Manager of the Project. The Professional, Certified Lead Carpenter is considerate, timely, and well organized. The Lead Carpenter will be responsible for many day-to-day activities required to profitably and successfully complete the project.

  • Ensure company and customer satisfaction through professional appearance, expert workmanship and polite communication.
  • Attend all company/client meetings approved by the Production Manager.
  • Create an anticipated project schedule (critical path) in advance of project commencement, adjust schedule as needed based on production realities. Advise subcontractors of proposed schedule. Verify and confirm material lead times and purchase orders as needed to maintain efficient schedule.
  • On a daily basis, inform the Production Manager of the progress of the project, including any customer concerns, problems, delays, etc.
  • Supervise the activities of the company’s field carpenters and/or independent subcontractors, which include, oral and written communication as needed.
  • Be responsible for the efficient and profitable use of the company’s time, manpower and materials on each project as included in project estimate sheets.
  • Responsible for tracking the progress and profitability of the projects under his or her supervision and reporting to the Production Manager.
  • Ensure the image of the company is supported by the appearance and activities of the installation teams and job sites.
  • Maintain an operational inventory of necessary tools, safety equipment, equipment and vehicles to perform specific activities assigned by the Production Manager.
  • Receive progress payments and final payment from the client upon completion of the project or as directed by the Production Manager.
  • Assist in the company’s marketing program as directed by management, which may include: canvassing, home shows, job site marketing, customer satisfaction, etc.
  • Maintain an on-hand supply of and properly complete company lead sheets for all field and office inquiries from potential prospects and submit completed sheets to the Office Manager.
  • Attend seminars and shows to obtain new product knowledge and new installation procedures.
  • Seek additional responsibility and guidance from company management employees as needed to enhance existing skills, learn new skills, and create potential for advancement within the company.

Education

Minimum Requirements –

  • Achieve NARI Certified Lead Carpenter Designation
  • Maintain NARI Certified Lead Carpenter Designation

Advancement Requirements –

  • Achieve Massachusetts Construction Supervisors License
  • Maintain Massachusetts Construction Supervisors License
  • Achieve NARI Certified Remodeler Designation
  • Maintain NARI Certified Remodeler Designation

Optional Education Examples –

  • Achieve EPA RRP Certified Renovator Certification
  • Maintain EPA RRP Certified Renovator Certification
  • Achieve Appropriate OSHA Certification
  • Maintain Appropriate OSHA Certification

Tools Required

  • The Lead Carpenter should have and maintain all necessary tools for themselves as well as all company personnel onsite.
    • This excludes all necessary tools C1, C2, and Apprentices are required to have within their respective job descriptions.
  • Transportation for all tools and materials that are needed to complete all phases of general construction.
    • Example: Full size truck  
Carpenter 2

Job Description

  • Ensure company and customer satisfaction through professional appearance, expert workmanship and polite communication.
  • Attend all company meetings approved by the Production Manager.
  • Be responsible for the efficient and profitable use of the company’s time.
  • Create an anticipated project schedule (critical path) in advance of project commencement, adjust schedule as needed based on production realities. Advise subcontractors of proposed schedule. Verify and confirm material lead times and purchase orders as needed to maintain efficient schedule.
  • On a daily basis, inform the Lead Carpenter of the progress of the project, including any customer concerns, problems, delays, etc.
  • Supervise the activities of the company’s field carpenters and/or independent subcontractors, which include, oral and written communication as needed
  • Ensure the image of the company is supported by the appearance and activities of himself/herself.
  • Maintain an operational inventory of necessary tools, safety equipment, equipment and vehicles to perform specific activities assigned by the Lead Carpenter.
  • Attend seminars and shows to obtain new product knowledge and new installation procedures.
  • Seek additional responsibility and guidance from company management employees as needed to enhance existing skills, learn new skills, and create potential for advancement within the company.
  • Perform physical tasks such as cleaning, removing debris, loading and unloading materials, assembling and disassembling temporary structures, digging trenches, compacting earth, reading and following construction plans and blueprints and assisting skilled craftspeople with their duties.
  • Have moderate knowledge on all necessary tool safety and operation.

Education

Minimum Requirements –

    • N/A

Advancement Requirements –

  • Achieve NARI Certified Lead Carpenter Designation
  • Maintain NARI Certified Lead Carpenter Designation

Optional Education Examples –

  • Achieve EPA RRP Certified Renovator Certification
  • Maintain EPA RRP Certified Renovator Certification
  • Achieve Appropriate OSHA Certification
  • Maintain Appropriate OSHA Certification
  • Achieve Massachusetts Construction Supervisors License
  • Maintain Massachusetts Construction Supervisors License

Tools Required

  • Must have and maintain a full set of hand tools, including a tool belt, speed square, razor knife, tape measure, hammer, pencils, flat bars, chalk line, nail sets, wrenches, and pliers. The C2 position would also be expected to have all necessary tools for himself or herself to complete all carpentry tasks frame to finish.
  • Must have reliable transportation to get to the jobsite everyday as well as transportation of all necessary tools for the job.
    • Example – Full size truck

Job Positions

Bookkeeper/Administrative Assistant

Job Description

Qualifications

  • QuickBooks: 3 years (Required)
  • Bookkeeping: 3 years (Required)
  • Construction bookkeeping experience preferred

Northeast Design & Build is looking for an administrative assistant and bookkeeper to handle the bookkeeping as well as to day office tasks such as answering the phone, filing, bank and post office runs and assisting various departments with projects in our office located in Johnston, Rhode Island. This person will work closely with the General Manager to ensure that the financial information is kept accurate and timely. They should be organized, trustworthy and reliable.

Job Responsibilities Include:

  1. Accounts Payable
  • Verify approval of accounts payable by appropriate person
  • Enter into chart of accounts
  • Pay account payables (preferably 1/week)
  • File account payables
  • Prepare and maintain subcontractor records
  1. Accounts Receivable
  • Prepare and distribute invoices
  • Track timely payment of accounts receivable
  • Present Report to General Manager weekly
  • Prepare deposits and deliver to bank
  1. Credit
  • Credit applications
  • Financial info. for loans
  1. Human Resources
  • Track hours worked and PTO requests
  • Salaries, wages, overtime and bonuses
  • Employee medical and retirement benefit payments
  • Personnel File records
  1. General Bookkeeping and Record Maintenance
  • Month end bookkeeping and documentation
  • Prepare and review reports with General Manager
  • Update and organize QuickBooks and Production software data
  • Label and file client documents

Pay: $18.00 - $22.00 per hour

Carpenter 1

Job Description

  • Ensure company and customer satisfaction through professional appearance, expert workmanship and polite communication.
  • Attend all company meetings approved by the Production Manager.
  • Be responsible for the efficient and profitable use of the company’s time.
  • Ensure the image of the company is supported by the appearance and activities of himself/herself.
  • Maintain an operational inventory of necessary tools, safety equipment, equipment and vehicles to preform specific activities assigned by the Lead Carpenter.
  • Attend seminars and shows to obtain new product knowledge and new installation procedures.
  • Seek additional responsibility and guidance from company management employees as needed to enhance existing skills, learn new skills, and create potential for advancement within the company.
  • Preform physical tasks such as cleaning, removing debris, loading and unloading materials, assembling and disassembling temporary structures, digging trenches, compacting earth, reading and following construction plans and blueprints and assisting skilled craftspeople with their duties.
  • Have moderate knowledge on all necessary tool safety and operation.

Education

Minimum Requirements –

    • N/A

Advancement Requirements –

    • N/A

Optional Education Examples –

  • Achieve EPA RRP Certified Renovator Certification
  • Maintain EPA RRP Certified Renovator Certification
  • Achieve Appropriate OSHA Certification
  • Maintain Appropriate OSHA Certification
  • Achieve Massachusetts Construction Supervisors License
  • Maintain Massachusetts Construction Supervisors License
  • Achieve NARI Certified Lead Carpenter Designation
  • Maintain NARI Certified Lead Carpenter Designation

Tools Required

  • Must have and maintain a full set of hand tools, including a tool belt, speed square, razor knife, tape measure, hammer, pencils, flat bars, chalk line, nail sets, wrenches, and pliers. The C1 position would also be expected to have a cordless drill kit.
  • Must have reliable transportation to get to the jobsite everyday
Interior Designer

Job Description

  • Working with the showroom team to provide service to customers both walk-ins as well as scheduled design appointments.
  • Designing, estimating and measuring each project with accuracy and speed.
  • Meeting monthly, quarterly and yearly sales and margin goals.
  • Developing relationships with clients with a focus on generating future referral business.
  • Attend industry networking events to continue to develop knowledge of kitchen and bath design and trends.

Requirements

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities

  • Extensive knowledge of kitchen cabinet design, product offerings and related vendors.
  • Proficient and able to create designs within 20/20 software.
  • Knowledge of trends & materials, color, finishes.
  • Clear, professional communication skills both verbal and written.
  • High level of organization and project management abilities.
  • Ability to foster a team environment, motivate and teach.
  • Aptitude for calculations (measurements, gross profit, etc)
  • Proficient with Microsoft applications including Calendar, Word, Excel and working within a shared folder setup.
  • Ability to work a retail schedule. Our showroom will be open Monday through Saturday with normal operating hours.
  • Schedule may include some weekends, but we are closed most nights.

Education and Experience

  • Minimum of 3 years’ experience with kitchen and bath design.
  • 5+ years of relationship sales experience.
  • Proven achievement in meeting sales goals and team goals.
  • Interior design and other building material project knowledge helpful.

Physical Requirements

  • Valid driver’s license and able to travel to customer sites for measurements.
  • Able to stoop, stand, walk, climb as needed for job tasks.
  • May be in contact with machinery and work hazards associated with construction sites.
  • Able to articulate, write, read English.
  • Able to sit and work with PC related work for long periods of time.
Laborer/Apprentice

Job Description

  • Ensure company and customer satisfaction through professional appearance, expert workmanship and polite communication.
  • Attend all company meetings approved by the Production Manager.
  • Be responsible for the efficient and profitable use of the company’s time.
  • Ensure the image of the company is supported by the appearance and activities of himself/herself.
  • Maintain an operational inventory of necessary tools, safety equipment, equipment and vehicles to perform specific activities assigned by the Lead Carpenter.
  • Attend seminars and shows to obtain new product knowledge and new installation procedures.
  • Seek additional responsibility and guidance from company management employees as needed to enhance existing skills, learn new skills, and create potential for advancement within the company.
  • Perform physical tasks such as cleaning, removing debris, loading and unloading materials, assembling and disassembling temporary structures, digging trenches, compacting earth, and assisting skilled craftspeople with their duties.
  • Have moderate knowledge on all necessary tool safety and operation.

Education

Minimum Requirements –

  • N/A

Advancement Requirements –

  • N/A

Optional Education Examples –

  • Achieve EPA RRP Certified Renovator Certification
  • Maintain EPA RRP Certified Renovator Certification
  • Achieve Appropriate OSHA Certification
  • Maintain Appropriate OSHA Certification
  • Achieve Massachusetts Construction Supervisors License
  • Maintain Massachusetts Construction Supervisors License
  • Achieve NARI Certified Lead Carpenter Designation
  • Maintain NARI Certified Lead Carpenter Designation

Tools Required

  • Must have and maintain a full set of hand tools, including a tool belt, speed square, razor knife, tape measure, hammer, pencils, flat bars, chalk line, nail sets, wrenches, and pliers.
  • Must have reliable transportation to get to the jobsite everyday
Lead Tiler

Job Description

The Lead Tiler is the On-site Manager of the Tile Project. The Professional, Certified Lead Tiler is considerate, timely, and well organized. The Lead Tiler will be responsible for many day-to-day activities required to profitably and successfully complete the project.

  • Ensure company and customer satisfaction through professional appearance, expert workmanship and, polite communication.
  • Attend all company/client meetings approved by the Production Manager.
  • Assist in creating an anticipated project schedule (critical path) in advance of project commencement, adjust schedule as needed based on production realities. Verify and confirm material lead times and purchase orders as needed to maintain efficient schedule.
  • Work with the Production Manager and Design Lead to ensure all materials are ordered. Assist in take offs to ensure the correct amount of all materials are on site. This includes but is not limited to - special order materials, stone, grout, tile, and all adhesives needed to complete the install.
  • Work closely with the Design Lead to ensure best practices are used during the installation process.
  • On a daily basis, inform the Production Manager/Lead Carpenter of the progress of the project, including any customer concerns, problems, delays, etc.
  • Be responsible for the efficient and profitable use of the company’s time and materials on each project as included in project estimate sheets.
  • Cut tiles and shape them properly to ensure they fit around obstacles and in tight corners and odd spaces using power and hand tools
  • Form tile beds using concrete, plaster, mastic, cement, glue or mortar utilizing tools such as screeds, brushes and trowels
  • Align tiles and straighten them with straightedges, levels and squares to ensure patterns are even and precise
  • Cut, install, polish and surface granite and marble and ensure accuracy during the installation process for lasting results
  • Prepare various surfaces for tiling with waterproofing material or lath and by cleaning the surfaces properly
  • Create decorative wall and floor designs by laying and setting mosaic tiles in kitchens, bathrooms and living rooms
  • Tap tiles into place carefully using tools to properly adhere tiles to the base, making sure not to break or damage tiles
  • Follow blueprints precisely and mark and measure surfaces that need to be tiled to determine how to go about jobs
  • Responsible for tracking the progress and profitability of the projects under his or her supervision and, reporting to the Production Manager.
  • Ensure the image of the company is supported by the appearance and activities of the installation teams and job sites.
  • Maintain an operational inventory of necessary tools, safety equipment, equipment and vehicles to perform specific activities assigned by the Production Manager or Lead Carpenter.
  • Assist in the company’s marketing program as directed by management, which may include: canvassing, home shows, job site marketing, customer satisfaction, etc.
  • Attend seminars and shows to obtain new product knowledge and new installation procedures.
  • Seek additional responsibility and guidance from company management employees as needed to enhance existing skills, learn new skills, and create potential for advancement within the company.

Education

Minimum Requirements –

  • Achieve Innovation Workshop 1 Schluter Certification
  • Maintain Innovation Workshop 1 Schluter Certification
  • Achieve Innovation Workshop 2 Schluter Certification
  • Maintain Innovation Workshop 2 Schluter Certification

Advancement Requirements –

  • Achieve Massachusetts Construction Supervisors License
  • Maintain Massachusetts Construction Supervisors License
  • Achieve NARI Certified Lead Carpenter Designation
  • Maintain NARI Certified Lead Carpenter Designation

Optional Education Examples –

  • Achieve EPA RRP Certified Renovator Certification
  • Maintain EPA RRP Certified Renovator Certification
  • Achieve Appropriate OSHA Certification
  • Maintain Appropriate OSHA Certification
  • Achieve NARI Certified Remodeler Designation
  • Maintain NARI Certified Remodeler Designation

Tools Required

  • The Lead Tiler should have and maintain all necessary tools for themselves as well as all company personnel onsite assisting with tile.
  • Transportation for all tools and materials that are needed to complete all phases of tile and stone work.
    • Example: Full size truck  
Marketing Coordinator

Job Description

Marketing Coordinator: This position involves managing and expanding the current marketing plan for a design + build remodeling company and its retail showroom.

  • Responsible for managing all marketing activities
  • Develop / enhance the company’s brand within its target markets.
  • Develop sales and marketing tools to communicate the company’s competitive advantages to target audiences.
  • Maintain and enhance the company’s website including content development and lead generation activities.
  • Plan, post and promote online content on social media platforms for the company
  • Handle public relations
  • Manage trade show activities.
  • Manage outbound marketing, lead generation and lead nurturing activities.
  • Manage relationships with outside marketing agencies and consultants.
  • Develop sales presentations to communicate the company’s competitive advantages to target audiences.
  • Prepare proposals and offers to develop new partnership/sponsorship opportunities with remodeling contractors and relevant businesses.
  • Develop, implement, and manage strategies for events to create brand awareness and maintain customer relations.
  • Support the showroom staff and management in their daily activities.
  • Design and order signage for vehicles, building and trade shows.
  • Design and order clothing for field and trade show personnel.

Requirements

  • Preferred: 2+ years working experience within a marketing role
  • Preferred: Bachelor's' degree (in marketing or communications preferred)
  • Great communication skills and a self -starter
  • Strong analytical skills
  • Up to date with the latest trends and best practices in online marketing and measurement
  • Strong knowledge of social media marketing, including Instagram
Production Manager

Job Description

Design & Development Phase:

  • Reviews proposals / contracts for feasibility, cost and schedule.
  • Responsible for obtaining permits.
  • Identifies cost concerns in the estimating phase.

Production & Warranty Phase:

  • Responsible for overseeing projects beginning at turnover meeting.
  • Responsible for a complete understanding of the job from available verbal and written information including: blueprints, specifications and bids.
  • Supervises field staff and subcontractors.
  • Evaluates quality at each production step.
  • Ensures that each job site is visited daily by a company representative to monitor job progress, quality, safety, cleanliness and site security.
  • Assists Lead Carpenters with creating job schedules, ordering materials and scheduling subcontractors as needed.
  • Conducts a pre-construction meeting at the start of each job.
  • Responsible for making sure Lead Carpenters are updating Buildertrend.
  • Oversees and maintains job log for each active job.
  • Ongoing evaluation of subcontractors.
  • Conducts regular project review meetings with customers and Lead Carpenters.
  • Responsible for overseeing and approving production-related change orders.
  • Responsible for punch list and timely job completion.
  • Tracks actual costs against estimates and coordinates with sales and accounting.
  • Approves subcontractor invoices for payment.
  • Ensures compliance with all company rules, policies and agreements.
  • Document company procedures and train employees and subcontractors.
Technical Designer

The kitchen & bath Technical Designer assists the Design Specialist with design and administrative tasks associated with the quotes and sales of a kitchen or bath project. The technical Designer will support up to 3 Design Specialists.

Job Description

  • Create 2020 initial layouts per Design Specialists direction.
  • Update design with modifications per Design Specialists direction prior to presentation to customer.
  • Create quotes with pricing information for peripheral items including cabinetry and countertops for import into Project Developer’s estimate.
  • Update design dimension after accurate measurement have been taken at re-measure.
  • Verify appliance and cabinet cut dimensions to ensure fit in design.
  • Review for accuracy all cabinet order acknowledgement for assigned Design Specialists.
  • Prepare and supply to assigned designer all necessary paperwork and presentation for final approval and sign off to submit orders.
  • Assist Design Specialist in creating any required install packets as well as making special notes for the installation team based on designers’ vision, including creation of drawing, and drawing notes to communicate proper installation.
  • Submit any factory replacement/warranty parts to the Production Manager.
  • Update Design Specialists and Project Developer to communicate ETAs throughout the project to completion, so they can maintain customer service relationships.

Job Application Form

Address

2949 Hartford Ave, Suite #4
Johnston, RI

Phone Number

401-934-1074

Email

info@nekitchenandflooring.com