In the construction industry, a carpenter foreman is responsible for the training, supervision, and coordination of a group of people engaged in carpentry. As a carpenter foreman primarily, you are to supervise a crew of at least two to four carpenters when construction projects are ongoing. Assigning finished carpentry tasks to workers is also one of your duties. Also, you are to finish carpentry tasks as needed. In addition, you are to make sure that there is compliance with safety rules and regulations and must be able to deliver projects on time. At times, you may need to interpret building blueprints.
A high school diploma or GED would qualify you for this role. Proper construction and carpentry experience are also needed. You must be physically fit to perform physical tasks in any weather condition. Excellent organization and time management skills are also required for the role. A carpenter foreman earns an average of $50,273 on average in a year.