at Portland Glass in South Paris, Maine, United States
Portland Glass Glazier / Glass Technician- Join a great team, committed to doing the right thing. As an industry leader Portland Glass, believes in work life balance, while ensuring the reliability of glass services and the safety of customers. We have been doing business in the New England market for over 75 years, with over 32 shops, 2 fabrication facilities, a customer service center and a HQ in Portland, ME.Glazier / Glass Technician Benefits What we offer you:
+ WORK LIFE BALANCE
+ Paid Time Off, and Paid Holidays
+ 8 Hour shifts with the opportunity for overtime and work life balance
+ Competitive wage and Bonus potential
+ Equity Program
+ 401K and company match and profit sharing
+ Voluntary Major Medical, dental and vision care- menu of services and so much more…No experience? No problem. We are happy to train you and help you learn about our company and our highly specialized industry. Glazier / Glass Technician Responsibilities: What I will be doing:
+ Install glass to meet industry standards and safety requirements
+ Become proficient with all required tools for the trade and inventory
+ Consistently exceed expectations – making every experience remarkable
+ Operate company vehicles responsibly and safelyGlazier / Glass Technician Qualifications How I will succeed:
+ Completes jobs within the scheduled times.
+ Demonstrates flexibility regarding job requests and work schedule.
+ Projects Portland Glass positive attitude and professional appearance
+ Exhibits enthusiasm and a commitment to teamwork.
+ Demonstrates the ability and willingness to perform 24-hour emergency and work in all-weather conditions
+ High school diploma or equivalent.Glazier / Glass Technician Working Conditions / Physical Demands:
+ Freedom of movement on a regular basis, operating office machines, equipment, and handling light materials and supplies in a typical office environment and shop setting.
+ May spend extended periods operating desktop computer, requiring hand-eye coordination and finger dexterity; and communicating face-to-face, on the telephone and in writings.
+ Physical activity requires walking, climbing, bending, standing, pushing, pulling, lifting and stooping.
+ Must be able to lift up to 75 pounds