A new life begins in the Finishing Trades! Are you looking for a career, not just another job? A career that offers fair wages and benefits like insurance and retirement? Are you nervous about starting something new? Do you like to grow and advance through training? We can help. Through our partnerships with employers, there is no cost for training to the employee. Our apprenticeship have tiered pay increases on a regular basis. Even as an apprentice you would receive benefit contributions right away. Experience is a plus however not a necessity since we provide trade specific and safety training. Even with no experience, starting wages are typically around $15 or more an hour, plus you get benefits like insurance and retirement that you do not have to pay for. Journey-person hourly wage rates are normally around $25.00-$30 and up! Benefit packages range from an additional $10-$25 an hour. There is potential to make between $72,000 and $100,000 a year (total package), and that is for a 40 hour work week. Please visit our link below to submit your information.
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WHO WE ARE AND WHAT WE DO
A glazier fabricates, selects, cuts, installs, replaces, and removes residential, commercial and artistic glass, aluminum storefront frames and entrances, glass handrails, and balustrades, shower enclosures, curtain wall framing, terra-cotta/panel systems and entire building facades along with the window systems. Residential jobs may consist of mirror and residential window installation. The IUPAT represents men and women in North America who work in the finishing trades of commercial and industrial painting, drywall finishing, glazing, floor covering, sign, and trade show/convention display.
PAINTERS AND DRYWALL FINISHERS
Residential, industrial and commercial painters prepare surfaces and apply paint to walls and moldings, indoors and out. Industrial work may include bridges, tanks, powerhouses, sandblasting and spray painting. Commercial work can involve painting/brush and roll, and wall covering.
Floor Coverers are responsible for laying floor coverings in establishments such as buildings, restaurants, homes, offices, ad factories using various materials, including laminate, linoleum, vinyl, cork, rubber. and turf