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CHAMPAIGN-URBANA JOBS

DISCOVER JOBS IN THE CHAMPAIGN-URBANA AREA

Plumbing Installer - Level 5

Edelman Inc

Edelman Inc

Champaign, IL, USA
Posted on Tuesday, July 2, 2024
Description

Summary/Objective: The Licensed Plumber is expected to facilitate all aspects of a given installation. Customer communication, set up, install and clean up are the Lead Installer responsibilities. Working with one or more assistants the Licensed Plumber is required to oversee all aspects of the jobsite. If difficulties arise, they are expected to inform their Plumbing Manager while offering up solutions to keep installations as efficient as possible and within budget while providing the customer with a high quality experience.

Position Type and Expected Hours of Work: This is a full-time position, and hours of work are Monday through Friday, 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 pm. Occasional evening and weekend work may be required as job duties demand.

Required Qualifications/Experience:

  • Minimum of 6 years residential install experience
  • Must pass drug and background screens
  • Valid driver’s license and insurable through company insurance carrier
  • Valid Illinois Plumbing License
  • Able to communicate clearly in English both verbally and in writing
  • Possess tools necessary to perform work at Install Level 5
  • Ability to work with tools used in the job in a safe manner

Preferred Education and Experience

  • Illinois State Plumbing License
  • Leadership abilities
  • Commercial Experience

Duties:

  • Must be able to perform all duties of a Level 1 – 4 Installer
  • Maintain professional appearance and attitude always.
  • Maintains required levels of truck stock items
  • Learn and properly recite company Mission, Vision and Value statements.
  • Utilize all safety precautions and wear appropriate safety equipment at all times
  • Clean truck as needed, including exterior washing and interior cleanings. Vehicle should be kept free of trash, debris, unused food and drink. Vehicle interior should be swept free from excess dirt. Vehicle interior compartments should hold all tools and equipment, keeping floor area free from falling and/or rolling items
  • Operate company vehicle following all safety standards and applicable laws
  • Properly use all tools and ladders in a safe manner
  • Follow instructions from supervisor in a timely manner
  • Immediately report any problems with company tools or vehicles to the office
  • Work well with customers, co-workers and other subcontractors
  • Properly prepare the job site using drop cloths, moving furniture or obstructions and prepare surface areas using floor protectors
  • Clean job site. Job site should be picked up and left in a condition better or equivalent to that as when we arrived. This includes moving all trash and debris, sweeping or vacuuming site, removing all tools, parts and equipment.
  • Properly remove all excess plumbing material from the job site
  • Properly support all waste vent, gas, and water piping systems per code
  • Properly remove all unused fixtures and materials from jobsite
  • Pick up parts, supplies and equipment from distributors in company vehicle as needed or required
  • Ability to read and understand the installation packet and fill out checklists
  • Complete installation of plumbing projects (Kitchen, Bathroom Remodels)
  • Complete necessary paperwork to support invoices, estimates, orders, inventory, timecards and other information provided to customers, coworkers and supervisors as needed
  • Proficient in installing all plumbing fixtures and systems
  • Proficient in laying out all plumbing systems
  • Must be able to communicate ideas to supervisors and homeowners
  • Can work on standard plumbing projects unassisted and unsupervised
  • Properly connect all plumbing per code
  • Check out materials on inventory listing from warehouse
  • Ability to fill out return paperwork for excess project materials and return to warehouse manager
  • Use and perform workflow process on service software through mobile device
  • Obtain positive customer Google reviews
  • Good understanding of job layout, design and organized installation of standard plumbing projects
  • Solid understanding and ability to solder copper pipe
  • The ability to wire basic fixture installations
  • Dishwashers
  • Garbage Disposal
  • Water Heater
  • Perform all jobs to labor budgets
  • Able to supervise and train others
  • Must be able to perform all plumbing and gas piping per Illinois Plumbing Code
  • Perform all projects without supervision from manager after project is handed off
  • Order all materials needed after job is handed off
  • Must be able to run commercial projects starting with reading blueprints/civil prints, designing the building for plumbing to meet local municipality codes without assistance
  • Manage and run crews efficiently
  • Other duties as assigned

Competencies:

  • Communication
  • Job specific knowledge and skills for job level
  • Technical/Professional skills and knowledge
  • Leadership
  • Continuous Learning and Professional Development
  • Customer/Client focused
  • Developing others
  • Follow up
  • Managing work
  • Quality Oriented/Work Standards
  • Safety Awareness
  • Stress Tolerance

Work Environment: Environment consists of extreme variations due to conditions, including but not limited to: heat, cold, wet, wind, sunlight, absence of light, insects, animals, mammals, reptiles and other conditions deemed by worksite.

Physical Demands: Reaching, bending, stooping, walking, sitting, crawling, squatting. Holding, carrying objects and lifting – including heavy objects such as equipment up to 300 pounds. Use of tools and equipment such as hand tools and ladders including extension ladders. Must be able to work in small, confined work spaces such as attics and crawl spaces for extended periods of time.

Requirements

Work Environment: Environment consists of extreme variations due to conditions, including but not limited to: heat, cold, wet, wind, sunlight, absence of light, insects, animals, mammals, reptiles and other conditions deemed by worksite.

Physical Demands: Reaching, bending, stooping, walking, sitting, crawling, squatting. Holding, carrying objects and lifting – including heavy objects such as equipment up to 300 pounds. Use of tools and equipment such as hand tools and ladders including extension ladders. Must be able to work in small, confined work spaces such as attics and crawl spaces for extended periods of time.