PeopleReady Skilled Trades is hiring Residential & Commercial Skilled Laborers
07 OR 07A WA LICENSED ELECTRICIAN
PeopleReady Skilled Trades is currently hiring for a Nonresidential Lighting Maintenance and Retrofit Technician holding a Washington State 07 or 07A Certificate. Will be working on a Temp to hire basis for a growing lighting company located in Vancouver Washington who specializes in Patios, Architectural Lighting Design, and Residential.
Custom Cabinet Maker
Fabricating custom walls, reception desks, nurse stations, V-Folding etc.
Entry Level Cabinet Maker/ Carpenter
Are you looking at starting a new career? This is the perfect opportunity to get your foot in the door to a well respected and timeless company that specializes in Woodworking/Carpentry/Cabinet Making
Installing exterior architectural sheet metal wall panels and products as well as some foam insulated wall panels. Drills into the exterior, fastens the wall panel or product and then seals the panel with a type of caulking material working off a scissor or boom lift.
Journeyman Electrician- WA Licensed
PeopleReady Skilled Trades in Oregon currently has open positions for WA Licensed Journeyman Electricians for local Vancouver area projects. Must be WA Licensed – holding a dual license for WA and OR is a major plus. Scope of work to include New Construction & Renovation of commercial, residential and industrial projects.
Journeyman Electricians will install and repair electrical components on our residential or commercial job sites. Almost every building has an electrical power, communications, lighting, and control system that is installed during construction and maintained after that. The systems that power the lights, appliances, and equipment make people’s lives and jobs easier and more manageable.
Planning the electrical systems for new buildings, including the best position for electrical outlets, light fixtures, heating outlets, and ventilation systems
Reading and interpreting architect blueprints, circuit diagrams, and other technical documents
Installing wiring, lighting, and control systems in new and existing buildings, according to municipal codes
Forming electrical circuits, by connecting electrical wires to components and fixtures and testing completed circuits
Installing switches, circuit breaker panels, relays, and other electrical control and distribution equipment
Installing hangers and brackets to support electrical products
Performing maintenance procedures to keep wiring, lighting, and control systems in good working order
Inspecting circuit breakers, transformers, and other electrical components for faults
Using testing devices to discover why electrical products and systems are malfunctioning
Repairing, replacing, and upgrading faulty or outdated electrical equipment, fixtures, and wiring, including isolating faults for safe removal and replacement
Training other electricians and directing them to perform specific tasks
Insulate office buildings
Install drywall or kitchen cabinets in homes
Install the wooden concrete forms for cement footings or pillars
Erect shoring and scaffolding for buildings
You will use many different tools to cut and craft wood, plastic, fiberglass, or drywall. Carpenters commonly use hand tools, including squares, levels, and chisels, as well as many power tools, such as sanders, circular saws, nail guns, and welding machines.
Carpenters fasten materials together with nails, screws, staples, and adhesives, and do a final check to ensure accuracy. They use a tape measure on nearly every project because proper measuring reduces waste and ensures that the pieces being cut are the proper size. If this position sounds like your dream job, we would love for you to apply with the link above!
Working with metal and wood framing and roof truss components
Using hand or electric tools to fabricate, cut, and install framework
Reading and understanding blueprints and drawings
Helping place and secure wood during the building process
Being confident in framing, measuring, trim work, and finishing work
Concrete Form Setter
· Correctly interpret blueprints, specifications, and project pans to meet client’s needs
· Use tools to cut and saw boards, timbers, or plywood to specific dimensions
· Move construction material by hand and with motorized equipment
· Load and unload materials, machinery, and tools
· Operate power tools, saws, vibrators, etc.
· Clean, inspect, and perform routine maintenance of equipment and tools
· Install post shores per instructions
· Monitor processes, materials, and/or surroundings
· Create and assemble forms by hand
· Set and strip wall forms
· Build shoring and braces
· Assist in pouring concrete
· Maintain a safe, clean job site according to OSHA and company guidelines
· Practice and adhere to all safety protocol
· Accurately erect forms, framework, scaffolding, etc.
· Ability to listen and follow directions
· Responsible and safe work on the jobsite, taking others and your own safety seriously
· Ability to organize and prioritize work
· will need their own tool kit
Plant Shift Supervisor
Are you passionate about pitching in to improve our planet? Are you a self-starter who takes initiative to make a positive change? PeopleReady Skilled Trades is looking to hire a Plant Shift Supervisor in a fast-growing industry. As a Plant Shift Supervisor you will provide safety and process expertise to assist power plant(s) with safety-related needs, programs, and requirements.
PeopleReady Skilled Trades is a specialized division of PeopleReady, a TrueBlue company (NYSE: TBI). Since 1987, we have connected tradespeople and work across a wide range of trades, including carpentry, electrical, plumbing, welding, solar installations and more. Whether you need a single tradesperson or require a coordinated effort to dispatch skilled workers across multiple projects, we ensure you have the right people with the right tools, on-site and on time.