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Plumber Assistant

Are you looking for a job with room for growth?

Are you tired of dead-end jobs where you don’t get the guidance you need?

Do you value quality over quantity?

You could be our next Plumber Assistant!

You might have a little plumbing experience, and that’s great. If you have experience operating an excavator, that’s even better! What if you don’t have any plumbing or excavating experience? No problem! Experience is not required for this position, but a desire to learn the trade is a must.

Medical, Dental, Vision, Long & Short-Term Disability, Life, and Accident and Cancer Insurance with FSA/HSA, as well as a 401(k) retirement plan are all available. We don’t want you to worry about a thing.

How does a company vehicle sound?

Cool job, right?

You’re a hard worker, and you’re dedicated to learning. We’ll make sure you have year-round stability, but we don’t want you to get burnt out! Morris-Jenkins will give you plenty of paid days off, as well as 7 paid holidays.

When you have free time, you should do things you enjoy. Forget about laundry! Let us take care of that by providing uniforms and a free laundry service.

Someday, you could be a Lead Plumbing Installer! You understand that reaching your goals will take perseverance, and you’re willing to put in the time and energy. Even if your goal takes three years to reach—you’re happy knowing you’ll get there and it will be worth it.

Not only are you patient with yourself and your goals, but you also prefer to take your time while working. You believe it’s better to take the time needed to do a great job, rather than rush through something and sacrifice quality.

Do you enjoy meeting new people? Do you make friends easily?

Goodness gracious! You’re perfect for this job!

Assistant Plumbing Installers interact with customers all the time, and they’re great at it! Customers needs to know that the person coming to their home to fix their plumbing is someone trustworthy and friendly. Sound like you?

As a Plumber Assistant:

  • You’ll observe and assist in plumbing installations, including water heaters, tankless water heaters, and water filtration systems
  • You’ll provide excellent customer service while properly addressing customer concerns
  • You’ll actively gain knowledge needed to advance further within the company and field

Morris-Jenkins won Charlotte Observer’s “Top Workplace” award in 2016, 2018, and 2019 because it’s such a great place! We treat our employees like family because they are family. We have company breakfasts, fiestas, contests, and more!

Morris-Jenkins is working on changing the view people have of tradesmen, and you could be a part of that! Being a plumber is something you can be proud of. Sewage leaks can lead to disease, and Carbon monoxide (CO) leaks can kill entire families without warning. As a plumber, you can ensure families have safe plumbing—you can save lives.

Ready for the first step on your path to greatness?

Go ahead and put your best foot forward.

Your resume and application are great, but is it really fair to assume a piece of paper truly captures YOU? We don’t think so. As a part of your application, you must complete a Sparkhire one-way video interview! It’s short, simple, and surprisingly fun! www.sparkhire.com/job/2b535e8a-e78b-45d1-82d4-4afc403e0036 

 

 

Stuff HR Needs You to Know:

Minimum Qualifications:

  • No prior plumbing experience required
  • Strong customer service and interpersonal communication skills
  • Mechanically inclined with ability to troubleshoot and understand technical concepts
  • Familiar & skilled in the safe use of basic hand tools
  • High School Diploma or GED
  • Basic computer & technology skills
  • Ability to speak, read, and write fluently in the English language

Preferred Qualifications:

  • 2+ years of experience with customer service or sales
  • Prior Plumbing experience a plus

Essential Job Functions per ADA

The physical demands and work environment characteristics described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential job functions.

Physical Demands:  While performing the duties of this job the employee is often required to stand, walk, kneel, climb, bend, stoop, balance, crouch, sit for extended amounts of time.  The employee is also required to use hands to finger or feel objects, tools and controls; reach with hands and arms; talk, see and speak.  The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 80 pounds averaging 5 times a day.  Specific vision abilities required by the job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and the ability to adjust focus.

  • Valid local driver’s license with acceptable driving record
  • Acceptable criminal background record
  • Abstinence from drugs with clean drug screening results
  • Commitment to company values
  • Reliable and punctual attendance
  • Strong mechanical aptitude
  • Ability to exercise independent judgment and make appropriate decisions
  • Ability to organize and manage multiple tasks
  • Ability to work independently and accurately
  • Ability to deal with adversarial confrontations

Work Environment:  The duties of this job are primarily performed outdoors, potentially in extreme hot, cold, and wet/humid weather conditions and in confined/close spaces, i.e. residential home crawl spaces and attics.  Occasional exposure to factors such as toxic fumes, caustic chemicals, loud noise, UV light, and other hazards may be required, which may cause noticeable discomfort or a moderate risk of accident or illness.  This job requires the use of personal protective equipment (PPE) as directed by company policy.

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