Carpenter - Part Time

CLASSIFICATION: Technical-Service  

JOB FAMILY: Maintenance and Trades 

JOB CODE: 8509-0001 

FLSA STATUS: Non-Exempt 


Construct, erect, install, or repair structures and fixtures made of wood and other structural elements, such as concrete forms, building frameworks, partitions, joists, studding, rafters, wood stairways, window and door frames, and decorative architecture; install cabinets, siding, drywall and roofing materials.  


  • Perform a variety of construction and renovation work for campus buildings; perform general repairs and alterations to roofs, stairs, floors, walls, ceilings, woodwork, etc. 
  • Review and interpret orders, construction documents, materials lists, etc.; attend site coordination meetings and provide input for constructability, repairs, and code compliance to project coordinators, supervisors, inspectors, etc. 
  • Install complex architectural and specialty components such as ceilings, bulkheads, hardware, mounting components, furnishings, fixtures, and other design features 
  • Maintain, repair, and construct a variety of cabinet work, such as bookcases, doors, sashes, tables, chairs and other special items and equipment 
  • Construct concrete forms, cutting and placing steel reinforcement 
  • Patch leaks in built-up roofing, replace broken slate, clean roof surfaces, gutters, and drain of rubbish and leaves 
  • Install counters from a variety of materials to include plastics, solid surface, quartz, stone, etc. 
  • Grind templates to be used in conjunction with making tool steel knives which are used for making special moldings and trims; work with plaster and concrete molds and plastic laminates and metals 
  • Fit and hang doors and jambs; install hardware on millwork, doors, windows, screens, and cabinets 
  • Set up and operate woodworking machines such as, power saws, planers, joiners, routers, portable power morticers, power planes, power caulkers, hinge jigs, nailers, and a variety of carpenter hand tools