A Native Residential Construction Worker may work in any aspect of constructing a First Nations home, from excavating to finishing electrical or carpentry. They are trained in carpentry, electrical, and plumbing.
Job Related Skills, Interests and Values
What Preparation and Training Do You Need?
What's Your Future as a Native Residential Construction Worker (296A)?
Apprentice wage increases with skills and expertise. Fully qualified workers earn an average of $14.00 per hour, though supervisors and forepersons can earn significantly more.
Native Residential Construction Worker (296A)
|Do you have good with numbers and calculations?|
|Do you have a mechanical aptitude and good coordination?|
|Are you able to read blueprints and measurements accurately?|
|Are you able to follow Health & Safety guidelines?|
|Do you enjoy doing a variety of different tasks?|
|Are you good at problem solving?|
|Are you reliable, a self-starter and able to work with minimal supervision?|
If you checked YES to the majority of these questions, a career as a Native Residential Construction Worker may be for you!
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