Lead Carpenter - Kitchen & Bath

Work for Brothers Services, A Baltimore Sun Top Workplace

Are you an experienced carpenter or foreman who values quality of craftsmanship? If so, we are excited to talk to you about joining our kitchen and bath remodeling team.

Lead Carpenters are responsible for all day-to-day operations onsite at their assigned project, including homeowner communication, job site organization and cleanliness, quality of craftsmanship, and solving any problems that arise. A successful Lead Carpenter will work alongside their Field Quality Manager and office support staff to relay customer communication, solve problems, and complete their projects on time and within scope.

The Lead Carpenter manages their own daily schedule and is responsible for looking between 3 and 5 days ahead to ensure smooth operation of their project. They manage sub-contractors, helpers, and other carpenters on their projects. They are responsible for meeting customer expectation, meeting quality standards, and keeping the project on schedule. Lead carpenters are 80-100% tools-on and are responsible for trim carpentry and all other aspects of the project.

At Brothers, we follow what we refer to as "The Brothers Way." This philosophy describes what we do, day in and day out, to create a predictable, positive experience for our customers, characterized by five attributes: Fairness, Attentiveness, Innovation, Trust, and High Standards. We take pride in our reputation as Maryland's most trusted name in home remodeling, and we want to become every family's Contractor for Life. So, our focus isn't just on providing high-quality services. It's about creating a lasting relationship with our customers. We're looking for carpentry team members who share this philosophy.

Do you have:

  • 3-5 years of experience as a lead carpenter or foreman (required)
  • A strong understanding of the entire construction process
  • Experience with scheduling and subcontractor management
  • A strong understanding of quality of craftsmanship
  • Your own tools
  • The ability to complete trim carpentry

Then we have:

  • Market-leading weekly payroll
  • A company truck and gas card
  • Paid training and time off
  • Paid holidays
  • 401k retirement savings
  • Robust medical, dental, and vision benefits
  • Helpers and Subcontractors
  • Stable work
Are you ready to join our exceptional team? ~ Apply Today
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