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Residential Framer

We have an immediate opening for someone who is eager to move their career forward specifically in residential framing, is excited to be hands on in the home building process, and wants the opportunity to grow within our company. The right candidate will work well with our crew to frame homes with quality first in mind. If you have the desire to learn the home building process, enjoy problem solving, and being hands on then this is the right position for you!

An on-going increase in experience and responsibility on-site will be rewarded, there is room to learn and grow. Experience in residential framing offers many job opportunities in the home building industry, it is a great foundation for understanding the building process. Your wage is based on your experience and will move with it. View our responsibilities and qualifications below, if this position reflects your interests and abilities we would love to hear from you!


  • Ensure company safety policies and procedures are being followed specific to the work being performed including, daily hazard assessment sheets and other form requirements when necessary;

  • Understand procedures for each stage of building a home and the corresponding tools and site set up required to complete the tasks for the day;

  • Build floor, wall, and roof systems, utilizing blueprints at all times to build properly to specific specifications;

  • Ensure the job site is as clean and organized as possible at all times;

  • To be punctual and reliable.


  • Understanding of floor, wall, and wood roof systems;

  • Proficient in using power tools (such as: skill saw, miter saw, stapler, air gun, etc.)

  • Understanding of reading and interpreting blueprints;

  • Certifications are considered an asset: Fall Arrest System, Standard First Aid;

  • Valid drivers license and vehicle;

  • Ability to handle all weather conditions; and,

  • Minimum 6 months of framing experience.

Please provide a cover letter stating your experience specific to framing, a resume, and your wage expectation to:

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