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Industry Opportunities

Design Studio Consultant -TripointeJune 8, 2021
Financial Analyst / Project Manager-CityMark DevelopmentJune 8, 2021
Superintendent - Land Development - Touchstone CommunitiesMay 20, 2021
Residential Construction Foreman - Habitat for HumanityMay 6, 2021
Account Executive - Motivational Systems, Inc.April, 16, 2021
Digital Marketing Specialist - Tri Pointe HomesFeb 16, 2021
Construction Loan Disbursement Specialist - Torrey Pines BankFeb 4, 2021
Purchasing Assistant/Contract Administrator - ColRichJan 26, 2021
Single Family Experienced Finish Carpenters-Taylor Trim & Supply, Inc., San DiegoOngoing
Multi Family Experienced Finish Carpenters-Taylor Trim & Supply, Inc., San DiegoOngoing

Design Studio Consultant 

Position Highlights: The Design Consultant will counsel and direct homebuyers in the selection of all standard and upgrade options to personalize their new home.

 Position Responsibilities:

  • Providing homeowners a professional design experience that will allow them to select available options, discuss finishes and various upgrades to assist in making their dream home become a reality.
  • Provide buyers with product information; upgrade options, pricing information within buyers’ budget.
  • Handle all revisions relating to color selections and addendum options in timely and accurate manner with adherence to the cut off schedule.
  • Calculate pricing prepare paperwork for buyers’ review and approval.
  • Manage the option selections and act as liaison between construction, subcontractors, sales and field.
  • Respond to questions and customer concerns from Field, Customer Care, trade partners and contractors on addendums and color selections.
  • Meet or exceed expectations set for customer experience scores and sales goals incentives.
  • Delivering revenue, margin, productivity and customer experience standards in line with Company objectives.
  • Ensure all paperwork and diagrams are correct and appropriate for homebuyers, construction and trade partners.
  • Inputs product item numbers into the design specification sheets on the computer and verify for accuracy.
  • Communicate any delays or issues to the Design Center Manager and any other necessary team member(s).
  • Attend model walks and community kick-off meetings, as necessary.
  • Manage the change order process
  • Prepare accurate schematic drawing for concrete, electrical, plumbing, carpentry and flooring change order options for Construction Department.
  • Providing an elevated customer experience from start to finish per company objectives.
  • Other Duties as Assigned.

 

Position Qualifications:

  • A Bachelor’s degree in Interior Design or related field or equivalent years of experience is required.
  • A minimum of 2 years of experience in builder design center, retail design center or previous client-facing design experience with a strong focus on customer service required.
  • Strong numeric orientation required.
  • Strong PC computer skills required, with a high level of proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite (MS Word, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint, and MS Outlook), Adobe Pro and internet‐based programs such as Internet Explorer and Google Chrome required. Prior experience with Corrigo, Enterprise‐One/JD Edwards, Sharefile, Docusign, Envision and Hyphen Solutions preferred.
  • Strong written/verbal communication skills.
  • Customer service oriented.
  • Possess excellent selling, organizational, leadership and communications skills as well as excellent interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to effectively sell/promote products that contribute to the success of the Design Studio and foster customer satisfaction.
  • Experience in construction industry and strong credentials in interior
  • Work a flexible schedule, including evenings and
  • Lighting and electrical knowledge preferred.

At Tri Pointe Homes, we are intentional about fostering an environment where you, and all individuals, are encouraged to be their authentic selves. We embrace individuality and strive to be consciously inclusive of different backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives in every aspect of our business. We believe our company’s strength relies on the diversity of the team and the unique, innovative ideas everyone contributes.

Financial Analyst/Project Manager, CityMark Development

GENERAL SUMMARY:  Responsible for preparing and analyzing financial proforma modeling for development projects and acquisitions.  Takes a lead role in project management to meet or exceed the anticipated business plan goals.  Includes management of consultants to ensure that each project is properly submitted and processed by the ruling municipalities according to the project schedule, budget and proforma.  Acts as liaison between the project team, agencies, contractor, and owners to address issues in a timely manner.  Assists in due diligence efforts for new acquisitions, land entitlement and development.  This role is vital to the continued growth of CityMark.

NATURE OF WORK:

  • Management position
  • Interfaces extensively with equity partners and lenders
  • Interaction/coordination with consultants, agency representatives

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Perform initial feasibility analysis of potential acquisitions.
  • Generate detailed proforma budgets and cost breakdowns for ongoing projects, possible acquisitions, and service companies.
  • Create and update presentations for use in communication to principals, financial partners, and lenders
  • Perform real estate sales and pricing analysis
  • Simultaneous management of multiple projects.
  • Assist in management of design consultants for development projects
  • Assist in coordinate submittals to governmental agencies.
  • Ensure that plan check comments are addressed by responsible consultants in a timely manner, to remain on the project schedule.
  • Create project schedules using MS Project based on input received from government agencies, consultants, and other related parties.  Update and analyze project schedules as events change and notify all affected parties. Notification to include an analysis of financial and other impacts of modifications.
  • Assist in the due diligence of new properties.

 

MINIMUM KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

  • Ability to prepare financial modeling and concisely summarize analytical findings for relevant stakeholders.
  • Strong oral and written communication skills to deliver technical information in an easily understood manner
  • Advanced MS Excel and PowerPoint, and MS Project skills.
  • Positive and proactive team player who can be collaborative with a diverse cross-functional team.
  • Strong prioritization and decision-making skills, while maintaining excellent attention to detail.
  • Ability to work on multiple tasks with minimal supervision; prioritize and organize workload.
  • Self-starter, highly motivated, and easily develops rapport with people.
  • Ability to represent the Company in public forums and presentations.
  • Must demonstrate effective negotiation skills.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Economics, Statistics, Math, Computer Science, or related quantitative field.
  • 1+ year of experience in business / financial analysis or research.
  • Advanced degree (preferred).
  • Real Estate Development industry knowledge (preferred).

WORKING CONDITIONS:

 

  • Private office space
  • Frequent interaction with employees, finance entities, governmental agencies and consultants.
  • Requires extensive workdays when scheduling dictates.
  • Requires walking on construction sites, with uneven/unfinished surfaces, temporary stairways, and construction debris.

Note:  The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed and are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified.  They do not establish a contract for employment and are subject to change at the discretion of the employer.

Please email your resume directly to jobs @citymark.com for consideration.

Superintendent – Land Development, Touchstone Communities

Full-time 

Touchstone Communities, a residential land development company based in San Diego, CA is actively seeking a full-time
Superintendent – Land Development to join our team and manage the site development of our Master Planned Community
known as Park Circle. With support from the project team, the Superintendent will be responsible for managing all functions
of the job site to successfully complete the project on schedule and within budget.

Responsibilities:
❖ Manage all site construction activities, including grading, wet utilities, streets, landscaping, walls, and amenities.
❖ Update and maintain construction schedules on a daily basis to ensure all tasks are completed within their deadlines.
❖ Lead weekly team meetings including updates on schedules and budgetary items.
❖ Identify and take advantage of opportunities to enhance project profit margins via cost savings, expedited schedule items, etc.
❖ Provide regular communication to project team and executive team.
❖ Provide input and support to project team on routine budget updates.
❖ Daily coordination of contractors, consultants, merchant builders, governmental officials, utility companies, and inspectors to ensure project is completed in accordance with approved schedules and budgets.
❖ Manage risk and identify potential construction issues, protect against unnecessary change orders and other budget impacts.
❖ Assist with the creation of scopes of work for various trades/contracts in accordance with approved plans, technical reports, and applicable municipal regulations/requirements.
❖ Schedule and conduct pre-construction meetings with various contractors, governmental agencies, utility companies, consultants, etc.
❖ Build and maintain effective relationships with trade partners, inspectors, utility companies, internal team members, and other invested individuals.
❖ Monitor work production for compliance with construction schedule, scope of work, and adherence to industry workmanship standards.
❖ Assist with merchant builder lot deliveries and daily coordination with merchant builder personnel.
❖ Implement and manage all SWPPP measures and regulations.
❖ Create, maintain, and file all required project documentation.
❖ Coordinate inspections of completed improvements, completion of punch-lists, and exoneration of bonds.
❖ Coordinate with all company staff.
❖ Maintain a clean and safe job site at all times. Implement and manage company and project safety protocol in conformance with all regulatory requirements.

Experience, Skills, and Abilities:
❖ Minimum 5 years of land development superintendent experience including grading, SWPPP, wet and dry utilities, street improvements, masonry, landscaping, and parks.
❖ Ability to understand and implement engineering plans (grading, improvements), landscape plans, technical reports, contracts, and work scopes and resolve conflicts ahead of construction.
❖ Proficient in Microsoft Office including Word, Excel, Outlook, and Microsoft Project.
❖ Results driven with a competitive attitude, strong leadership skills, adaptability and customer service orientation.
❖ Excellent written and oral communication skills, analytical, organized, and likeable personality.
❖ Bachelor’s degree in Construction Management, Civil Engineering, or related field preferred.
❖ Vertical construction experience is a plus.
❖ SWPPP certification training is a plus.
❖ Position requires sitting, walking, standing, lifting, climbing stairs/ladders, etc.
❖ Local travel required.

Interpersonal Skills:
Structured and organized, excellent communicator, self-starter/proactive and highly motivated, task oriented, team oriented work ethic,
ability to work under pressure and achieve excellent results, ability to learn tasks quickly and take on a variety of tasks, excellent time
management skills with ability to work independently to plan and prioritize workload

Benefits:
Touchstone Communities offers a competitive compensation package including Health Insurance, PTO, Vacation Pay, and Retirement Plan.
Interested parties please send cover letter and resume, including salary expectations, to: careers@touchstonecommunities.com

For more information and application instructions, please click here to view the full position description.

Residential Construction Foreman, Habitat for Humanity

Full-time | Mon-Fri & Tues-Sat Schedules

This is great opportunity for an experienced Residential Construction Foreperson. This is a working Foreperson position and also requires you to bring your leadership qualities and have a personality that
can work well with volunteers!

This position is full-time with benefits that include medical, dental and vision, life insurance, long-term disability, employee assistance program (EAP), Flex Savings Account (FSA), retirement match, paid time off, holidays, and use of a company truck. San Diego Habitat is growing and a great place to work – our team, office and field environments are the best; good pay and benefits and we work for an outstanding mission!

MISSION | What We Do:
San Diego Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities, and hope. Habitat was founded on the conviction that every man, woman, and child should have a stable and affordable home. Habitat builds houses for affordable homeownership on donated or reduced-cost land throughout San Diego County. We also work with communities to revitalize neighborhoods and repair houses in cities where we
build new homes. We have built homes in San Diego, El Cajon, Imperial Beach, Carlsbad, Escondido, Oceanside, Lakeside, and National City.

San Diego Habitat is gearing up to build 30 units per year. Habitat builds homes with volunteer labor
(mechanical, electrical, and foundations are subbed out), and fundraising efforts include corporate partnerships, foundation and government grants, in-kind materials, corporate.

JOB SUMMARY:
The Construction Foreperson is a Working Foreperson position. The ideal candidate will have well-rounded construction site experience. The Construction Foreperson is responsible for daily work on a residential construction site, day to day project related site oversight and safety, providing skilled journeyman level work and skill management of the construction project. The duties of the Construction Foreperson include coordination and daily progress of building construction activities, working with unskilled to skilled volunteers, while maintaining the project’s schedule and providing quality control.

For more information and application instructions, please click here to view the full position description.

Account Executive, Motivational Systems, Inc.

Summary Responsible for sales of MSI products and services, business development, and relationship management with clients in a set geographical area.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

  • Inside and outside sales of company’s products and services
  • Business development
  • Relationship management
  • Project management
  • Order entry and request
  • Customer service
  • Write proposals and contracts
  • Represent MSI in a professional manner
  • Evaluate and provide solutions for clients’ needs
  • Market research

Competencies/Qualifications

To perform the job successfully, an individual should demonstrate the following competencies:

  • Strong leadership skills
  • Good organizational and planning skills
  • Detail oriented
  • Ability to communicate ideas and thoughts written and verbally
  • Strong work ethic
  • Demands quality
  • Computer literate with emphasis in MS Office Applications
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment
  • An understanding of the consultative sales approach
  • Basic skills in sales, market research and business development

Education and/or Experience

Bachelor’s degree (B. A.) from four-year College or university; or two years related experience in sales, project management or industry; or a combination of education and experience. Background or experience in design, marketing or home building desired.

To learn more about our company please visit our website at www.motivational.com.

Please email resume and salary requirements to:  Nicole Arsenault at narsenault@motivational.com.

Digital Marketing Specialist, Tri Pointe Homes

Are you interested in joining a company culture where accountability, top performance and teamwork are valued and rewarded?  A company that is dedicated to insightful design and superior craftsmanship, the company is setting a new standard in homebuilding and customer experience.

Tri Pointe Homes San Diego is looking for an experienced, enthusiastic individual to join our talented group as a Digital Marketing Specialist.

Position Highlights: The Digital Marketing Specialist will be responsible for implementing division/brand online campaigns working with multiple digital platforms in alignment with marketing efforts to increase brand awareness, attract and convert new leads as well as engage current homebuyers through marketing communications. They will also be responsible for the implementation of the design, testing, maintenance and reporting of automated online marketing campaigns and website experience utilizing company templates and platforms. This role will be collaborative and will be a power user of marketing automation and website CMS systems.

Position Responsibilities:

  • Collaborate with the Director of Marketing, the home office marketing team, advertising agencies and third-party vendors to create and manage email campaigns, landing pages, website and digital content, paid search, display, video and social media advertising, leveraging the appropriate technical tools and optimizing user experience.
  • Deliver on multiple digital marketing initiatives simultaneously
  • Analyze the performance of online marketing programs, make recommendations and take action to optimize results
  • Manage project risks, issues/problems, and activity progress to ensure project goals (e.g., deadline, scope and quality) are achieved.
  • Interact collaboratively with other internal home-building departments to gather input and materials to create digital assets, website and email content.
  • Work within all online budgets, review budget reports and trends with management, and adjust plans accordingly
  • Assist with troubleshooting technical issues such as XML feeds and errors
  • Ensure all content adheres to corporate and regulatory compliance standards and secure necessary approvals of content, when required.
  • Other duties as assigned.

 Position Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Marketing or equivalent business experience required.
  • A minimum of 3 years of demonstrable expertise in in digital marketing and demand generation role where you were responsible for hands-on execution of online branding, content development and results.
  • Experience in Real Estate or equivalent B2C marketing work experience highly preferred.
  • Proficient with marketing automation tools such as Marketo, HubSpot, Pardot, CRM tools such as Salesforce, Microsoft Dynamics, website CMS such as WordPress, basic understanding of HTML, XML and general understanding of Google Analytics.
  • Skilled in Adobe Creative Suite for graphics maintenance and other relevant tools
  • Strong grammatical and creative writing skills, ability to review and proof copy for marketing text for the web, email and social.
  • Up to date on the latest trends and technologies in digital marketing.
  • Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Suites.
  • Solid organization skills and a results-oriented, collaborative work style.
  • Excellent communicator and creative thinker, with an ability to use both data and intuition to inform decisions.
  • Self-motivated, highly driven, and fast learner.

Click here to apply for this position on their website.

At TRI Pointe Group, we are intentional about fostering an environment where you, and all individuals, are encouraged to be their authentic selves.  We embrace individuality and strive to be consciously inclusive of different backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives in every aspect of our business. Our company’s strength relies on the diversity of the team and the unique, innovative ideas everyone contributes.

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. All persons shall have the opportunity to be considered for employment without regard to their race, color, creed, religion, national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, age, disability, sex, gender, veteran status, genetic information or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state or local laws.

We will endeavor to make a reasonable accommodation to the known physical or mental limitations of a qualified applicant with a disability unless the accommodation would impose an undue hardship on the operation of our business. If you believe you require such assistance to complete this form or to participate in an interview, please let us know.

Construction Loan Disbursement Specialist, Torrey Pines Bank

A well-known, growing and dynamic commercial/residential real estate bank in north county San Diego is looking to fill a Construction Loan Disbursement Coordinator role. The Commercial Real Estate Lending Department currently has over $1B in real estate development loans throughout California with an additional $250M in the 2021 pipeline. The Construction Disbursement Specialist will report directly to the VP-Construction Risk Manager and will be part of the loan disbursement team with the processing of funding requests, documentation and other department operational tasks. The ideal candidate will have a relative level of experience for the position in real estate banking and disbursement processing, and/or commercial construction/residential development experience related to project funding and disbursements. This position is also responsible for administrative documentation processing and maintenance of real estate lending database systems, and will support bank officers/managers and interact with multiple departments. The applicant should also possess the following skills and abilities:

Primary Responsibilities:
 Work with the Commercial Real Estate-Fund Control Department to organize, file and track all relevant information related to loan disbursement requests and funding administration.
 Maintain construction loan flow and tracking spreadsheets for the real estate funding and disbursement department, creating reports, managing required tasks and management support.
 Review and maintain loan budget tracking templates for each project and loan disbursement files.
 Initial receipt and review of disbursement requests from borrowers and 3rd party fund control, payment and invoice documentation, conditional/unconditional lien releases, and notices of completion.
 Documentation support for Construction Risk Management on required due diligence real estate development information and contract documentation.
Desired Qualifications:
 A general understanding of the banking industry’s real estate construction loan disbursement process.
 Construction / land development experience working for a General Contractor or commercial/residential developer in project management and/or construction accounting capacity.
 Ability to understand construction budget templates, contracts, payment schedules, plans and general working knowledge of production building industry trades.
 A basic understanding of commercial and residential building, underground installations, project planning, building configurations, types and designs.
 Skilled in the use of Excel, Outlook and Word. Typing skills to meet production needs of the position.
 Familiar with loan disbursement software such as CLCS or CodeFi-Presidium 360 is very desirable.
 Must have excellent communication skills, the ability to multi-task in a busy environment and manage a portfolio of projects and related operational tasks.
 Effective organizational and time management skills.
 Bachelor’s Degree – very desirable. Associates degree acceptable.

The position offers a great working environment, salary plus bonus, excellent benefits and 401K match.
If interested, please submit your resume to: gklima@torreypinesbank.com

All qualified candidates will be contacted directly.

Purchasing Assistant/Contract Administrator, ColRich

ColRich is a second-generation family owned residential real estate company based in the heart of Little Italy in Downtown San Diego. For over 40 years, ColRich has been an industry landmark continually recognized for integrating design and value into creative residential solutions. Our pioneering family-run company has grown to incorporate single-family homes, townhomes and mid-rise condominium construction into our development repertoire and has become one of the leading multifamily owners, with 14,000 units in the western United States.

Importantly, ColRich’s commitment to forward-thinking architecture, global design elements and attention to detail in product and service results in quality homes that truly appeal to homebuyers and renters. ColRich attracts development professionals who are highly motivated, self-driven and results oriented.
Our ideal candidate is someone who has humility, a strong work ethic, creativity and a sense of ownership of their role and responsibilities. These are the company’s core values and the foundation on which our company’s success is built upon.

About the Role: The primary responsibility of the Purchasing Assistant/Contract Administrator is the processing and management over an awarded contract, subcontract and consultant agreement for residential construction projects. This position also coordinates with Development Project Management, Sales, and Purchasing Teams to develop the Contract Specifications and option program for each project as applicable.

Specific responsibilities include:
• Process and manage contracts, change orders, and insurance documents for all projects
• Solicits option pricing from subcontractors
• Coordinates option programs for development projects between sales, and purchasing
• Assemble, distribute, and track bid packages
• Input bids into spreadsheets as needed
• Generate and verify material take-offs as needed
• Assist with research of product(s)
• Coordinate schedule updates, plan status updates and other communications with the ColRich team.
Requirements:
• Minimum of 3 years’ experience in residential/apartment development with a demonstrated working knowledge of purchasing and contracting.
• Knowledge of 1099 reporting
• Ability to work both independently and as part of a team
• Strong organizational skills and attention to detail
• Ability to process work quickly accurately and with changing priorities
• Excellent written and verbal communications skills
• Computer proficiency in MS Office Suite – Excel, Word, Project and PowerPoint
• Knowledge of Hyphen BuildPro, Pharaoh (IBSWINN), Sage CRE 300
• Ability to quickly pick-up new software
Benefits:
• Base salary and discretionary annual bonus competitive with industry standards
• Health and dental insurance paid fully at the employee level by employer
• 401(k) plan
• Paid holidays and vacation time
For more information or to submit a resume email:  humanresources@colrich.com

Single Family Experience Finish Carpenter – Taylor Trim & Supply, Inc., San Diego

At Taylor Trim & Supply, Inc., we pride ourselves in exceeding customers’ expectations through value engineering, performing superior work, and completing jobs on time. Our mission is to bring peace of mind in a complex industry and elicit pride within our communities. The culture of Taylor Trim & Supply, Inc. is unique from other trim companies because we promote teamwork and strive to maintain a family-like environment throughout the organization. If you see yourself working in this type of environment and have the following qualifications, we encourage seek employment with us.

We are looking for individuals experienced in installing doors, trim and hardware including vertical rods and panic hardware.

Jobs located throughout the Southern California area.

The current rate of pay for experienced finish carpenters is between $15.00-$23.00 per hour

Position Overview: Performs installation of trim and finish carpentry products on or in single family home communities

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Commits to working an eight hour day in the field with possible overtime and weekend work as needed
2. Helpful but not required knowledge of installation of vertical rod and panic hardware
3. Installs entry door lock up, towel bars, toilet paper holders, grab bars, interior door knobs. Also thresholds, door bottoms.
4. Installs items such as shelf & pole, stool & apron, cap & apron, bypass doors & track, mantels, box & case and or crown molding
5. Participates in onsite safety meetings every 10 days, and other meetings as required
6. Reads blueprints, sketches, or building plans to layout and determine dimensions and materials required
7. Shapes or cuts materials to specified measurements, using hand tools, machines or power saws
8. Follows established safety rules and regulations and maintains a safe and clean environment
9. Uses levels on door jambs and on any other install material that is required to be level and plumb.
10.Erects ladders for assembling structures above ground level
11.Other duties as assigned
12 Install Exterior wood and hollow metal frames. Knowledge as to installing Andersen French Doors is helpful.

Experience and Qualifications and Requirements:
1. Field Installers must have own tools for use at job sites and must have all safety’s install on all power tools.
2. Knowledge and experience with finish carpentry and hardware materials including
3 Minimum of 1 year of experience in finish carpentry and hardware experience.
4. Must hold a valid California driver’s license and drive a personal truck or vehicle
5. Ability to read and understand construction blueprints
6. Ability to clearly communicate verbally and in writing in English
7. Ability to work safely at jobsites compensation

We do not install cabinetry. We are looking for individuals that have the above experience; however we will train if you are not fully experienced. Individuals looking for full time employment.

Must have own tools and transportation to job-sites. All employees are expected to have a can-do attitude.

When applying please include your expected pay range.

*We do pre-employment drug screening

Great Benefit options: Medical, Dental and Vision after 60 days. Taylor Trim & Supply contributes $350.00 per month to offset the cost of the premiums. 401k benefits option after 1 year if service with the company.

If interested in this position please email your resume to careers@taylortrim.com or fax to 760-740-2015. You may also apply in person at Taylor Trim & Supply, Inc. 2061 Aldergrove Ave., Escondido, CA 92029 during our business hours. Or regular business hours are Monday through Friday from 7:00 AM to 3:30 PM. Please feel free to contact Denise Bever to obtain more information. (760) 740-2000

Multi Family Experience Finish Carpenter – Taylor Trim & Supply, Inc., San Diego

At Taylor Trim & Supply, Inc., we pride ourselves in exceeding customers’ expectations through value engineering, performing superior work, and completing jobs on time. Our mission is to bring peace of mind in a complex industry and elicit pride within our communities. The culture of Taylor Trim & Supply, Inc. is unique from other trim companies because we promote teamwork and strive to maintain a family-like environment throughout the organization. If you see yourself working in this type of environment and have the following qualifications, we encourage seek employment with us.

We are looking for individuals experienced in installing doors, trim and hardware on Condominiums and apartments.

Jobs located throughout the Southern California area.

The current rate of pay for experienced finish carpenters is between $18-25 per hour

Requirements include experience with each of the following:
-Must have Production Finish Carpentry experience
-Lockup
-Exterior frames and doors
-Pre hung & pre fit doors and jambs
-Commercial hardware
-Shelf & pole
-Weather stripping
-Interior hardware
-Wall mount handrail
-Bath and restroom accessories
-Hollow metal doors and frames
-Timely frames
-Andersen French Door experience helpful

We do not install cabinetry. We are looking for individuals that have the above experience; however we will train if you are not fully experienced. And individuals looking for full time employment.

Must have own tools and transportation to job-sites. All employees are expected to have a can-do attitude.

When applying please include your expected pay range.

*We do pre-employment drug screening

Great Benefit options: Medical, Dental and Vision after 60 days. Taylor Trim & Supply contributes $350.00 per month to offset the cost of the premiums. 401k benefit option after 1 year if service with the company.

If interested in this position please email your resume to careers@taylortrim.com or fax to 760-740-2015. You may also apply in person at Taylor Trim & Supply, Inc. 2061 Aldergrove Ave., Escondido, CA 92029 during our business hours. Or regular business hours are Monday through Friday from 7:00 AM to 3:30 PM. Please feel free to contact Denise Bever to obtain more information. (760) 740-2000.