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Working As An Installer

  • Getting Information
  • Performing General Physical Activities
  • Inspecting Equipment, Structures, or Material
  • Handling and Moving Objects
  • Organizing, Planning, and Prioritizing Work
  • Deal with People

  • Unpleasant/Hazardous Environment

  • Outdoors/walking/standing

  • Make Decisions

  • $28,968

    Average Salary

What Does An Installer Do At Iheartmedia

* Safely installs production materiel on bulletins and posters (e.g., vinyl products on billboards).
* May involve climbing structures that are 100 feet high or higher.
* Checks site and reports any issues such as tree blockage and structure issues.
* Maintains sites – trims trees and shrubs, paints signs, clears debris, etc.
* Lifts heavy objects, walks and stands for long periods of time and performs strenuous physical labor, sometimes under adverse conditions.
* Reports any landlord issues or complaints.
* Uses company-issued equipment/systems to read work instructions and inputs data after job is completed.
* Takes photographs of completed job as needed.
* Ensures proper safety and incident procedures are followed.
* Other duties as assigned or requested

What Does An Installer Do At Sears Holdings

* Successfully passes Installer III certification testing.
* Drives truck to deliver appliances and plumbing products to homes or other locations.
* This skilled craftsman installs all of the built-in professional product line to include built in cooking, down draft products, built-in refrigeration, European dishwashers, custom ventilation plus all products listed in Level I & II.
* Conducts field estimates of jobs requiring labor only (product previously sold or third party installations)
* Writes customer orders, collects for C
* O.D. orders and provides product operation instructions.
* Records sales and/or delivery information on daily sales or delivery record.
* Listens to and resolves service complaints.
* Loads truck.
* Issues or obtains customer signature on receipt for pickup or delivery.
* Helps out on other routes that may be running behind after finishing their own work at the direction of the Warehouse Manager
* Cleans inside of truck.
* Performs routine inspections on vehicle.
* The Level III Installer supervises a team of one (1) Level I and one (1) Level II truck reporting to him/her for direction and answers to questions concerning installation problems.
* The Level III will contact the Installation Manager for guidance in resolving any problem he/she can not handle.
* Ethics: Treats people with respect and keeps commitments.
* Inspires the trust of others.
* Works ethically and with integrity.
* Upholds organizational values.
* Diversity: Demonstrates knowledge of EEO policy.
* Shows respect and sensitivity to cultural differences.
* Educates others on the value of diversity.
* Promotes a harassment-free environment.
* Builds a diverse workforce.
* Job RequirementsKNOWLEDGE

What Does An Installer Do At John Duffy Energy Services

* Ability to perform all residential HVAC replacements and new installs to code
* Ability to perform work associated with the HVAC project the client requires
* Must be capable of troubleshooting, diagnosing and make decisions about each particular installation
* Ability to perform start ups of new equipment
* Must be courteous to customer needs
* Must work safely and efficiently
* Company vehicle must be kept neat and organized
* Must have all necessary hand tools to perform the HVAC installations

What Does An Installer Do At Closet America, LLC

* Perform installations at customers’ homes at prescribed times, taking care to protect their property
* Follow the Closet America processes and procedures for all functions to the letter
* Demonstrate system to customers upon completion of installation
* Clean workspace upon completion
* Complete paperwork with customer and collect final payment
* Maintain communication with Installation Manager throughout the day
* Perform multi-step processes in a logical order, check your own work, and recognize and correct mistakes

What Does An Installer Do At One Workplace

* Assist in the loading, unloading and occasional transportation of furniture
* Install (assemble) furniture – both modular and freestanding, in compliance with manufacturer’s specifications
* Identify and develop product lists, from blueprints, necessary to complete installations.
* Install furniture in compliance with design specifications.
* Provide fine-tuning of furniture upon completion of installation, ie; cleaning, wiping down and leveling.
* Take direction from Lead Installer and Supervisor for loading, transport, unloading, staging, stripping, assemble and movement of furniture

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How To Become An Installer

Although most carpenters learn their trade through an apprenticeship, some learn on the job, starting as a helper.

Education

A high school diploma or equivalent is required. High school courses in mathematics, mechanical drawing, and general vocational technical training are considered useful.

Training

Most carpenters learn their trade through a 3- or 4-year apprenticeship program. For each year of a typical program, apprentices must complete at least 144 hours of technical training and 2,000 hours of paid on-the-job training. In the technical training, apprentices learn carpentry basics, blueprint reading, mathematics, building code requirements, and safety and first-aid practices. They also may receive specialized training in creating and setting concrete forms, rigging, welding, scaffold building, working within confined workspaces, and fall protection. All carpenters must pass the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) 10- and 30-hour safety courses.

After finishing an apprenticeship, carpenters are considered to be journey workers and may perform tasks on their own.

Several groups, including unions and contractor associations, sponsor apprenticeship programs. Some apprenticeship programs have preferred entry for veterans. The basic qualifications for a person to enter an apprenticeship program are as follows:

  • Minimum age of 18
  • High school education or equivalent
  • Physically able to do the work
  • U.S. citizen or proof of legal residency
  • Pass substance abuse screening

Some contractors have their own carpenter training program, which may be an accredited apprenticeship program.

Although many workers enter apprenticeships directly, some carpenters start out as helpers.

Some workers can earn certificates before entering an apprenticeship. The National Association of Home Builders offers Pre-Apprenticeship Certificate Training (PACT) through the Home Builders Institute. PACT is available for several different groups, from youths to veterans, and covers information for eight construction trades, including painting.

Workers typically learn the proper use of hand and power tools on the job. They often start by working with more experienced carpenters and are given more complex tasks as they prove that they can handle simpler tasks, such as measuring and cutting wooden and metal studs.

A number of 2-year technical schools offer carpentry degrees that are affiliated with unions or contractor organizations. Credits earned as part of an apprenticeship program usually count toward an associate’s degree.

Advancement

Because they are involved in all phases of construction, carpenters usually have more opportunities than other construction workers to become first-line supervisors, independent contractors, or general construction supervisors.

Carpenters seeking advancement often take additional training provided by associations, unions, or employers. Communication in both English and Spanish also is helpful for relaying instructions to workers.

Important Qualities

Business skills. Self-employed carpenters must be able to bid on new jobs, track inventory, and plan work assignments. 

Detail oriented. Carpenters perform many tasks that are important in the overall building process. Making precise measurements, for example, may reduce gaps between windows and frames, limiting any leaks around the window.

Dexterity. Carpenters use many tools and need hand-eye coordination to avoid injury or damaging materials. Striking the head of a nail, for example, is crucial to not damaging wood or injuring oneself.

Math skills. Carpenters use basic math skills every day to calculate volume and measure materials to be cut.

Physical stamina. Carpenters need physical endurance. They frequently stand, climb, or bend for long periods.

Physical strength. Carpenters use tools and materials that are heavy. For example, plywood sheets can weigh 50 to 100 pounds.

Problem-solving skills. Because construction jobs vary, carpenters must adjust project plans accordingly. For example, if a prefabricated window arrives at the worksite slightly oversized, carpenters must shave framework to make the window fit.

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Real Installer Salaries

Job Title Company Location Start Date Salary
Acrylic Bathroom Remodeling Installer New England Bath, Inc. Dba: Bay State Re-Bath Pembroke, MA Apr 02, 2016 $92,830
Drywall Installer Derby Dry Wall, Inc. Houston, TX Jun 06, 2008 $78,263
Drywall Installer Excel Contractors, Inc. DBA. Progression Drywall Corp Los Angeles, CA Dec 30, 2016 $66,872
Drywall Installer Excel Contractors, Inc. DBA. Progression Drywall Corp Los Angeles, CA Dec 09, 2016 $66,872
Drywall Installer John E Richardson Inc. Stamford, CT Oct 17, 2008 $59,438
Installer U. S. Floor, Kitchen & Bath, Inc. Rancho Santa Margarita, CA Feb 11, 2016 $58,033 -
$58,035
Centrifugal Installer Alma Plantation, LLC LA Jul 23, 2014 $54,262
Installer Reliant Electrical Contracting, Inc. New York, NY Nov 03, 2009 $54,199
Drywall Installer Madeira Drywall, Inc. Mamaroneck, NY Sep 13, 2010 $53,490
Drywall Installer Lindade Construction Inc. Bridgeport, CT Jul 16, 2015 $53,414
Drywall Installer Complete Drywall Services, L.L.C. Sulphur, LA Oct 02, 2007 $52,175
Capet Installer Flooring Installation System Old Bridge, NJ Dec 18, 2009 $51,194
Installer Bentley Floor Rancho Santa Margarita, CA Nov 05, 2016 $50,836 -
$50,837
Drywall Installer Marshman Construction, Inc. Murrieta, CA Jul 15, 2010 $46,728
Drywall Installer Complete Drywall Services White, GA Aug 22, 2008 $37,566
Drywall Installer Capitol Drywall Inc. Fairfax, VA Aug 18, 2008 $37,336
Drywall Installer Capitol Drywall Inc. Fairfax, VA Aug 14, 2008 $37,336
Drywall Installer Absolute Contracting Services, Inc. Clinton, MD Apr 21, 2010 $36,877
Tent Installer Nantucket Tents, LLC MA Apr 01, 2015 $36,856
Drywall Installer Roadrunner Drywall Corp. Phoenix, AZ Jan 01, 1970 $36,815
Installer Fletcher Painting, Inc. FL Feb 15, 2012 $36,481
Hurricane Shutter Installer Star Shutter Protection, Inc. Deerfield Beach, FL Feb 28, 2008 $36,022
Display Installer AMB Enterprises, Inc. DBA Trac Patterson, CA Oct 08, 2010 $30,616
Tent and Prop Installer Tremont Lumber NY Mar 24, 2014 $30,616
Drywall Installer Gerald Briggs Drywall Dallas, TX May 29, 2008 $30,555 -
$32,000
Oven Installer Darberg Stores LLC Westwood, NJ Jul 03, 2008 $30,262
Oven Installer Darberg Stores LLC Westwood, NJ Sep 02, 2009 $30,262
Installer Aber Fence and Supply Co. Inc. Houston, TX Apr 22, 2016 $30,035
Mosaic Installer Mosaicist, Inc. Miami, FL Sep 16, 2016 $29,890

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Top Skills for An Installer

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Top Installer Skills

  1. Windows
  2. Safety Procedures
  3. Air Ducts
You can check out examples of real life uses of top skills on resumes here:
  • Install all the windows that needed to be installed to peoples homes or apartment buildings and also hotels
  • Remove old insulation such as asbestos, following safety procedures.
  • Connect systems to fuel and water supply lines, air ducts, and other components.
  • Developed customer service skills Responsible for selling a unique service Responsible for using expensive machinery
  • Shape or cut materials to specified measurements, using hand tools, machines, or power saws.

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