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We are more than just a sports team and a concert venue. We are innovators, achievers, leaders, visionaries and, most importantly, Rip City fanatics. Whether our guests are attending a game to see their favorite player on the court, or their favorite artist Illuminate the stage, as our Carpenter, you play a key role keeping our arena beautiful.

As the Carpenter, you will be responsible for the operation and maintenance of all carpentry duties around the Rose Garden and Memorial Coliseum. General maintenance includes a variety of construction, maintenance and operational function such as carpentry, painting, welding mechanical maintenance etc.

DAY-TO-DAY:

  • Responsible for making repairs to building hardware i.e., doors, locks, hinges, paper towel dispensers, tissue dispensers, Ballard’s etc. (welding and metal work).

  • Perform rough and finished carpentry work; build, repair and remodel a large variety of wood structures, block walls and concrete structures erect framework; lay out, install and repair partitions, office furniture and cabinets.

  • Build, repair and replace cement and plaster installations; mix, pour, level and finish concrete; lay bricks, pavers, tile and concrete blocks.

  • Operate, clean repair and maintain carpenter shop and equipment.

  • Record keeping, estimating time, cost and material used to complete projects and repairs.

  • Responsible for making repairs to building and equipment.

  • Responsible for patching drywall, block walls, and concrete structures.

  • Perform rough and finish carpentry work: build, repair, and remodel a large variety of wood structures: erect framework and sheetrock.

  • Prepare wood and metal surfaces for finish: mix, match, and apply paint or stain.

  • Build, repair and replace cement and plaster installation; mix, pour, level and finish concrete; lay bricks, tile and concrete block.

  • Responsible for estimating time, cost and materials used to complete projects and repairs.

  • Operate, clean, repair and maintain equipment.

  • Perform other duties as assigned.

WE’D LIKE TO HEAR FROM YOU IF:

  • You possess an Associate degree (A.A.) or equivalent from two-year college or technical school; or six months to one-year related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education experience.

  • You possess valid state driver’s license

  • You possess knowledge of occupational hazard and safety precautions

  • You are flexible with work hours often called on to work nights and weekends

  • You have the ability to carry out work assignment with little or no supervision.

  • You have the ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions to include plans, sketches, and blueprints.

  • You have the ability to operate forklift, and other power equipment i.e. table saw, radial arm saw, drill motors etc.

  • You have the ability to communicate optimally and cooperate with employees at all levels of the organization, tenants and clients.

  • You are very organized, detail oriented and able to prioritize workload to optimally meet deadlines.

  • You are able to work in fast-paced environment

  • You are able to work flexible hours that may include nights and weekends

PERKS:

We invest in our employees inside and outside of work. Our benefits package for full-time teammates includes:

  • Competitive Healthcare Coverage

  • Retirement Plan

  • Paid Maternal & Parental Leave

  • Flexible Time Off (3 weeks + 11 holidays)

  • Wellness Perks

  • Tuition Reimbursement

  • Free Parking + 50/50 TriMet Discount Program – 50% off monthly TriMet passes

  • Discounted & Complimentary Tickets

  • Ongoing Learning & Development

  • Daily Free Lunch

Offers of employment are conditional upon proof of COVID-19 vaccination or approval of a medical or religious exemption and accommodation from the company along with the successful results of an individual background check. We consider qualified applicants with criminal histories and review results on an individual basis.

The Portland Trail Blazers at the Rose Quarter embraces diversity and inclusion. We celebrate individual expression and uniqueness on our campus. We do not tolerate harassment or discrimination. We are committed to hiring individuals that reflect the community we serve without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, veteran status, disability, genetic information, or other legally protected characteristics. We are an equal opportunity employer.

We will ensure that individuals with disabilities are provided reasonable accommodation to participate in the job application or interview process, to perform essential job functions, and to receive other benefits and privileges of employment. Please contact us to request accommodation.

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