Union Or Non-Union: Union
- Minimum eighteen (18) years of age
- High School Graduate or General Education Development (G.E.D.) equivalent NOTE: Employers may require a valid driver’s license and/or drug screening
A Glazier does the measuring, handling, cutting, preparation, edging, installation, removal, repair, replacement and sealing of all types of glass, mirrors, and glass substitutes as well as the layout, preparation, fabrication, installation, removal, repair, replacement and sealing of all architectural metal products including: storefront and all related systems: aluminum/ glass entrances and entrance ways, window and solar panel systems, curtainwall systems and all components thereof, skylights and all sloped glazing applications.
WORK PROCESSES: Approximately 8,000 hours (4 years) of on-the-job training is required for completion of the apprenticeship program. The work processes include:
Glass Cutting 250 Hours
Caulking 1000 Hours
Installing Framing 2000 Hours
Doors & Hardware 750 Hours
Fabrication 2000 Hours
Installing Glass 2000 Hours
REQUIRED RELATED TRAINING:
- DOL Certified OSHA 30 outreach course during first year (www.advanceonline.com)
- Approximately 144 Hours of related training is required each year, training includes: Materials, Mathematics, Blueprint Reading, Tools, Economics, Equipment Science, Layout, Welding, Occupational Accident Prevention, History, First Aid, Hoisting & Rigging, Labor Law, Property Damage, Information Related to Other Trades and Rules & Regulations governing the manufacture and/or use of glass and glazing materials. NOTE: The cost of Mt. Hood Community College per term tuition may be waived.
Selection from the pool of eligible applicants will be by ranking based on interview scores and point system. Points are awarded based on written information provided by the applicant, such as high school transcripts, other educational documentation and letters of reference.
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