GH Phipps Construction Companies

Accepting Resumes for Future Openings:

Field Carpenter


Various Locations, CO


Full Time

In partnership with our local Carpenters' Union, Phipps employs carpenters to perform various tasks requiring carpentry skills.  The Carpenter reports to the Foreman, Assistant Superintendent or Superintendent.  Tasks may include, but are not limited to:

  • Assist in building and/or excavation layout
  • Erect and/or dismantle temporary walkways/ramps, scaffolding, core form systems, etc.

  • Assist with forming of floor slabs on grade and/or tilt-up panels

  • Set and handle concrete forms for footings and walls of various heights

  • Layout and install embedded items in concrete during and prior to placement of concrete. Place and float finish concrete in footings and walls. 

  • Perform work related to height such as edge forms on elevated floors and roof blocking 

  • Use welding equipment and cutting torches as needed

  • Hang doors and install hardware, frames, sub frame, supports

  • Build wall systems made up of wood, metals, drywall, paneling, prefab and wall panels

  • Install, or assist with, various installations including wood and metal backing/blocking, cabinetry, trim, windows, built-in furniture, stairs and rails per disabled requirements, flooring, finishes, etc.

  • Trim and finish carpentry such as base board, casings, ceiling trim and casework

  • Assist with other carpentry-related duties as needed

Key Skill & Experience Requirements:

  • Possesses basic knowledge of construction safety, plans/shop drawings and crane rigging/hand signals

  • Versatile in all aspects of carpentry work to which assigned

  • Able to organize and complete tasks efficiently

  • Able to maintain focus on quality and productivity while consistently complying with Company safety policies and procedures

  • Apprentice Level:  Minimum 1-2 years of construction experience 

  • Journeyman Level:  Minimum 4-5 years of construction experience

Note:  All Carpenter employment offers are contingent upon successful completion of background checks, drug screen and pre-employment physical.

GH Phipps Construction Companies is an equal opportunity employer. GH Phipps does not discriminate in employment on account of race, color, religion, national origin, citizenship status, ancestry, age, sex (including sexual harassment), sexual orientation, marital status, physical or mental disability, military status or unfavorable discharge from military service.

I understand that neither the completion of this application nor any other part of my consideration for employment establishes any obligation for GH Phipps Construction Companies to hire me. If I am hired, I understand that either GH Phipps Construction Companies or I can terminate my employment at any time and for any reason, with or without cause and without prior notice. I understand that no representative of [Company Name] has the authority to make any assurance to the contrary.

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