SHEET METAL CREW LEADER (Non‑Competitive)
GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES
Lays out and oversees the work of journey level sheet metal workers, works as a journey level sheet metal worker; does related work as required.
DISTINGUISHING FEATURES OF THE CLASS
This is skilled work involving the performance of sheet metal work and miscellaneous related repair and maintenance tasks, and the supervision of others engaged in similar work. Assignments are outlined in general terms requiring the exercise of independent judgment in planning the details of jobs. Assignments are checked by review of reports and by inspection of work. Immediate supervision is exercised over the work of sheet metal and helpers to whom specific assignments are made and whose work is checked in process and upon completion.
ILLUSTRATIVE EXAMPLES OF WORK
Receives requisitions for sheet metal work.
Prepares working plans and assigns subordinates to work.
Lays out, cuts, forms, rivets, and solders sheet metal to the extent of completing a specified project.
Fabricates, installs and repairs air ducts, pipes, skylights, gutters and drains.
Repairs slate, tile, tin and gravel roofs.
Reconditions warm air-heating units.
Erects guards around exposed heating units and machines.
Occasionally installs and repairs steel ceilings.
Inspects and supervises the work of subordinates engaged in similar tasks.
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGES, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
Thorough knowledge of the common practices, tools, terminology and safety precautions of the trade.
Skill in the application of such knowledge to the work.
Ability to plan and supervise the work of others.
Ability to work from plans and specifications and to follow oral and written directions.
Ability to climb and work in high places.
Ability to get along well with others.
Candidates must have had at least five years of satisfactory full time paid experience as a sheet metal worker of which at least three years shall have been on the journey level.
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