Shoffner Acquisition Corp Sheet Metal Helper in Knoxville, Tennessee
Work as a Sheet Metal Helper is a great way to build experience before beginning an Apprenticeship. You will gain on-the job experience that will make lay the groundwork the an Apprenticeship that produces our Company's skilled, qualified Journeyman Sheet Metal Mechanics. The Apprentice school year begins annually in August and you would have ample time to build your skills before beginning a 4-year Sheet Metal Apprenticeship. Same as Apprentices, Helpers learn and perform, under the supervision of foremen, many new skills.
Our Sheet Metal Helpers are full-time employees, earning a full-time paycheck with benefits while learning your trade.
If you have Apprentice credits and credentials from another school, you may be able to transfer them to our Company’s DOL-Approved curriculum!
Competitive wages, that grow with experience and skills.
Blue Cross Medical plan fully paid by the Company!
Short-term Disability and Life Insurance paid by the Company
All school costs paid by the Company!
Boot and Clothing Allowances
Full Benefits incl. dental, vision, long term disability, accident, critical illness
401(k) with Company match
Referral bonus program
Paid Time Off (PTO) available within 1st year!
Punctuality / reliability are the most important skill you MUST bring to this job!
You must be able to:
Work as a part of a team, under close supervision
Perform basic mathematics accurately and thoroughly
Function capably in extremes of heat, cold and bad weather, indoors and out-of-doors
Climb and work comfortably at heights on lifts and ladders
Physically fit to stand and walk throughout the workday, reach outward constantly, and often lift/carry up to 60 lbs
Work efficiently in small spaces
Work reaching above shoulders, crawling, squatting, kneeling, bending
Exercise fine motor control, with excellent hand-eye coordination
Consistently operate within Company Values and standards
SHEET METAL APPRENTICE JOB DESCRIPTION
During your 4-Year Apprenticeship you will, under skilled supervision, learn how to:
Install complex commercial duct work in a wide variety of job settings
Pre-Assemble components of commercial duct work
Unload, move, and handle commercial-scale duct work
Properly finish and seal duct work
Work consistently at heights, from ladders, scaffolds, scissor lifts, roof, or boom lifts
Assist with the installation of commercial HVAC equipment and devices
Learn about and work with a wide variety power tools and hand tools
Perform accurate measurements using tape measures and other precision devices
Complete classroom and home study, on-time and to a high standard, with frequent practical skills and schoolwork knowledge testing
Learn to layout duct work to be installed
Install commercial ceiling diffusers (grilles), wall mount diffusers, and other air devices