FULL-TIME SOLAR INSTALLER ELECTRICIAN
The Solar Installer Electrician is a key member of the Installation Team and will be responsible for ensuring our systems are installed to design specifications, meet high expectations on quality and in compliance with all code regulations. Valid Massachusetts Journeyman Electrician License required.
Our Ideal Candidate:
• Residential and commercial experience with services and distribution circuits
• OSHA Certification
• Proactive communication skills; Flexible thinker and team player
• Passionate about solar energy
What We Offer:
• Condensed 4-Day work week; No On-Call or weekends
• Fair wage compensation and full benefits package
• Path to shared worker-ownership of the business and profit sharing
• Support for professional development and technical training
PV Squared is an Equal Opportunity Employer and holds MA Elec. Lic. A13764. To apply, please email your resume to [email protected] or call us at 413-772-8788. We look forward to hearing from you.
Carpenter or Carpenters helper
We're building the holy grail of residential construction this summer - a small affordable highly insulated hybrid timber frame house in Ripton Vermont. We're looking for a couple of entry to mid-level carpenters to round out our crew. Positive attitude, proficiency with the safe use of tools / power equipment is expected, as is the ability to safely move heavy things, work standing and at heights the entire day. Position is 1099, starts around June 1 and will run approximately 10 - 12 weeks. Reliable transportation and personal safety gear are required. Preference given to folks with their own liability insurance - we can help you obtain if needed. We run a non-smoking, no cell phone/texting job site. On site camping possible. Non traditional folks encouraged to apply.
Please reply by email only with: Your name, address & phone #, a few lines about your relevant experience / background and a sense of your preferred hourly compensation and availability.
Sikorsky Construction in Great Barrington, MA seeks an amazing LEAD CARPENTER to join our team. The perfect candidate will have at least 7-10 years of building experience, have the competency of a Carpenter, along with the managerial skills to actively manage and supervise all the different people who work on the jobsite. You must be willing and able to communicate effectively verbally and in writing, and use phone and email frequently. Occasionally, you may also get to swing a hammer. Applicants must possess their own tools, a valid driver’s license, reliable transportation. We are looking for someone who is honest, knowledgeable, focused on quality, and has strong organizational skills. Sikorsky Construction specializes in high end new construction and remodeling in the Berkshires and offers employees full-time, year-round work with a competitive wage and benefits including paid holidays, vacation and tool allowance. To apply, please email a cover letter, resume and 2 references.
Junior Virtual Fabrication Production Modeler
Bensonwood is a national leader and innovator in the design and building of timber frame, hybrid, and panelized homes as well as light commercial projects. The company has a forty year history of building unique residential and commercial projects throughout the US. The company’s dynamic, team-oriented culture values high performance and continuous improvement. The full-time (40-45 hours a week) Junior Virtual Fabrication candidate will be responsible for the creation of complete construction models and comprehensive sets of construction documents that will be used by our in-house shops and site crews. The role is based in our Walpole, NH facility.
Comprehensive 3D modeling of all building components
Coordinating and collaborating inter-departmentally to assure 3D models meet contract specs
Exporting shop drawings for use on our three production floors
Exporting of machine files to be cut on our CNC equipment and panel building lines
Creating drawings to aid on-site installation
Carpenter/Installer Wanted of High-End Furniture/Millwork/Cabinetry
We're seeking a full time experienced finish carpenter/installer for high end millwork installs. We are looking for the best! Some travel may be required out of state. Benefits include medical/dental insurance, 401K and profit sharing.
Applicant must have experience or the ability to grow in the following areas:
- ability to install finished high end finish millwork
- ability to help unload material from truck at job site
- ability to install furniture reassembly
- ability to travel out of state occasionally
- ability to install kitchen and bath cabinetry
-ability to read blueprints
- ability t work on a team or individual atmosphere
- ability to multi-task
- ability to install finished metal
Builder/Craftsman Wanted of High-End Furniture/Millwork/Cabinetry
We're seeking a full-time builder/woodworker. Our company is expanding and we're looking to grow our team! Our company deals with high-end residential projects that include furniture, millwork and cabinetry. Every project is different which keeps it exciting. Applicant must be efficient, prompt, have an eye for detail, a good attitude, and work well with others. Applicant must have experience or the ability to grow in the following areas: experience with veneer, curved panels, and solid lumber. Benefits include medical/dental insurance, 401K and profit sharing. Compensation is negotiable and based on experience. Visit our website to check out our portfolio at www.voguefurniture.net
Timber Frame Production Designer
ISO - technical design candidate to fill the following position:
Designer / CAD personnel using the following CAD programs:
• ArchiCad – 3D (for architectural drawings)
• Cadwork – 3D (for shop and technical drawings)
• Knowledge of structural engineering
• Capable of reviewing engineering documents
• Limited engineering for checking and producing preliminary sizing and structural calculations using Woodsizer or similar program.
• Review and produce technical shop drawings for Real Log Homes and Timberpeg timber framed products.
• Shop drawings will also include CNC information that will be used to produce the log and timber components needed by the production group.
• 2D & 3D drawing for use by architects, engineers as well as customers and builders
Required Degree - 2yr. arch./eng. or equivalent experience
Benefits Available - Health, Dental, 401K, Vision, Life Insurance
At this time we are currently accepting resumes for an Intern Architect.
Ideal candidates will possess the following:
3-4 years of experience.
Strong graphic skills and ability to work independently.
Proficiency in AutoCAD, Adobe Creative Suite Applications, and SketchUp. Experience with BIM or rendering software a plus.
Construction and/or fabrication experience.
Please apply with a resume, portfolio and a cover letter to: [email protected]. Please include "Intern Architect" in the subject heading.
No calls please.
Construction Project Manager
Bensonwood, a design-build company located in Walpole, NH, seeks an experienced Construction Project Manager to join its growing team.
Bensonwood is a national leader and innovator in the design, engineering and building of timber frame, hybrid and non-timber panelized homes, schools and buildings. With a forty year history of building customized residential and commercial projects throughout the US and abroad, the company’s collaborative team-oriented culture values high performance and continuous improvement.
The Construction Project Manager will function as a member of the growing Bensonwood Project Management Team and will take a lead role in stewarding multiple projects from schematic design through completion. This role is a full-time, Monday-Friday role located in our Walpole, NH facility and requires minimal travel.
To learn more about Bensonwood and to apply online, visit our website at http://bensonwood.com/our-story/careers/
Sustainable Resources Internship
Farm & Wilderness employs staff throughout the year to maintain and improve Farm & Wilderness’s facilities, farms and forests. These positions are both a job and an opportunity to acquire new skills by working with the Sustainable Resources staff in the areas of Maintenance and Carpentry. The staff assists in ongoing maintenance and repair of Farm & Wilderness buildings, grounds and equipment. The work includes plumbing, carpentry and various maintenance repair projects. Interns learn how to make materials choices and acquisition with a focus on sustainably sourced components.
Salary and Benefits
• $200.00 per week, paid bi-weekly
• Room and board
• Laundry and internet access
• Professional development
To apply email Julie Sanderson your resume and cover letter at: [email protected]
Historic Preservation Project Supervisor
If you are a historic preservation construction professional looking for a working vacation in some of the most beautiful places in America, HistoriCorps may be the opportunity for you. Want a break from the mundane, the familiar, the day-to-day work? Want to re-invigorate your passion for historic preservation, meet people of like mind, and introduce volunteers to the gratifying work we do? And do all this in places most people spend a lifetime dreaming about? HistoriCorps just may change your life.
HistoriCorps' mission is to save and sustain historic places for public benefit through partnerships that foster public involvement, engage volunteers and provide training and education. This season's projects will restore/rehabilitate multiple historic log, stone, adobe, and frame buildings.
SunCommon is looking for either a Master or Journeyworker Electric Solar Installer that will work as part of an installation crew and will be responsible for overseeing electrical work on SunCommon’s solar installations. No Solar experience is required! Women are highly encouraged to apply!
Living History Wood Crafter
Pipe Spring will hire a person qualified in period woodwork to reproduce historic furniture onsite using period appropriate, c. 1880, tools, techniques, and costumes. The craftsperson, along with park staff, will research furnishings based on primary and secondary resources to determine what would be appropriate for the time period and the building.
Individual selected will be employed as a contractor through Pipe Spring National Monument’s non-profit partner, and will work four months starting in July. The park will provide period clothing, safety equipment, and materials. Individual should have their own tools.
This position is based on the OPM Job Grading Standard for Wood Crafting, 4605 for a trainee WG-8 equivalent. This posting is not a federal position, does not include benefits nor does it provide any preference for federal hiring.
Prepare a resume, Personnel Statement, photographs of project or projects completed utilizing similar tools and send to Brandon Sexton.
Farm Field Crew
Our farm field crew is vital to the success of our berry season in July and August. We have a busy pick-your-own orchard and farm stand and we also pick our organic blueberries and raspberries for many wholesale accounts and restaurants. The farm field crew harvests berries daily for our farm stand and wholesale orders. We need experienced pickers who are fast, efficient, able to work with our customers and the public. We need a commitment of 15 hours a week, consisting of 3 mornings from 7:30 am-12:30 pm. Days of the week are flexible. Pay is $10-12 per hour based on experience.
Knoll Farm Refuge has diverse groups in residence from mid May-mid Oct; from leaders from around the country doing independent work through our Better Selves Fellowship, to a yoga group, or a weekend family celebration or wedding. Each season we hire 3 assistant managers who play a vital role in keeping groups happy on the land, in our handmade buildings, and in any weather. Tasks include making fires, cleaning and tidying communal spaces, assisting our chef, preparing dining hall for meals, setting up for special events, welcoming and hosting groups, being a responsible and welcoming presence to everyone who comes.
Ideal assistant managers believe strongly in service to others, love being outdoors, have a strong work ethic, a sense of humor, and a variety of competencies to draw upon.
There are two shifts: 7 am-2 pm; or 2 pm to 9 pm. A full meal with an hour break is included per shift. 20-30 hrs/wk $12/hr May15-Oct15. Some weekends.
Our land stewards will work at Knoll Farm and on the coast of Maine (Dickinsons Reach) building foot trails, putting up fire wood, maintaining buildings, and general land stewardship.
Ideal candidates will have significant experience with: operating tools such as chainsaws, brush hogs; repairing small engines, felling trees, splitting and stacking wood, using and sharpening hand tools like scythes and bow saws; wilderness first responder, operating a tractor, paddling canoes. Successful applicants are self-motivated, independent, and reliable with a strong work ethic, excellent communication, a sense of humor and a deep appreciation for place-making in northern New England.
Work will be May 15th-July 1 and Sep. 15-Oct 15 at Knoll Farm; and July 1 - Sept 15 at Dickinsons Reach in Machiasport, Maine.
The Land Stewards will receive housing in both locations and be expected to work 30 hours per week, $14.00 per hour. Please apply early.
We build energy efficient net zero homes; Passivhaus, Deep Energy Retrofits, and high-performance historical restoration. Our projects require a strong attention to both detail and cost-effectiveness. Applicants must have a minimum of 7-10 years frame-to-finish carpentry experience; possess tools, reliable transportation, and be motivated to demonstrate high quality work, strong leadership skills, and a can-do attitude. Previous experience in high performance construction and building is preferred. Alternatively, a willingness to learn and a strong ability to process information quickly and accurately is required. We offer a competitive pay scale, profit sharing, and other benefits in a friendly, stimulating environment. Our projects are primarily in the Hampshire and Franklin and Berkshire counties. You will serve as lead carpenter of the project you are assigned to and be responsible for clear communication, problem solving, and quality control throughout.
We build energy efficient net zero homes; Passivhaus, Deep Energy Retrofits, and high-performance historical restoration. Our projects require strong attention to both detail and cost-effectiveness. You should have a minimum of 7 years frame-to-finish carpentry experience, 2 years of which include construction-based leadership experience. Applicants must possess tools, reliable transportation, and be motivated to demonstrate high quality work, excellent leadership skills, and a can-do attitude. Previous experience in high performance construction is preferred. We require a willingness to learn and a strong ability to process information quickly and accurately. We offer competitive pay, profit sharing, and other benefits. You will work closely with the Project Manager to oversee project planning, scheduling, budgeting, and implementation. You will lead the on-site team of carpenters and/or subcontractors, and be responsible for quality control and throughout the project.
We build energy efficient net zero homes; Passivhaus, Deep Energy Retrofits, and high-performance historical restoration.
Applicants should have a minimum of 2 years construction project management experience, superb communication skills, reliable transportation, exceptional organizational skills, excellent leadership skills, and a can-do attitude. Previous experience in high performance construction is preferred. We require a willingness to learn and a strong ability to process information quickly and accurately.
We offer a competitive pay scale, profit sharing, and other benefits in a friendly, stimulating environment. Our projects are in Hampshire, Franklin, and Berkshire counties.
You will work closely with the Job Foreman overseeing project planning, scheduling, budgeting, and implementation. You will coordinate the project overall, and be responsible for communications to homeowners, company personnel and project trades & professionals throughout the project.
The Gathering Inn is located at the edge of the Green Mountain National Forest and the White River in Hancock, Vermont.
The 2 acres are home to 50 chickens, 15 ducks, garden beds with rich, black soil, apple trees, raspberry and blackberry bushes and a hugel bed. There is a hoop house for winter harvesting, thank you Eliot Coleman.
The permaculture plan for the Inn property was drawn up by Chuck Marsh of Earthaven. I am looking for other permaculturists who would like to join me in using this land as a foundation for a business.
Community Rebuilds' mission is to build energy-efficient housing, provide education on sustainability, and improve the housing conditions of the workforce through an affordable program. Our Construction Supervisors are critical members of our team. Construction Supervisors perform the following activities:
-Supervision of the construction of a straw bale home from foundation to finish utilizing an all-volunteer crew of student interns and participating families
-Application and instruction of both natural building and conventional building elements
-Application of best methods to meet building code and industry standards
-Instruction of proper tool use and site safety supervision
-Effective project scheduling, resource management and intern motivation to ensure that the project remains on schedule and completion shall be on or before the end of each build
-Foster working relationships with student interns and home owner
-Problem solving around dwelling and design