A central part of our culture is taking the time to recognize the most important part of our operation; our people. As a family-owned and oriented company, California Drywall is a great place to work. We prove it in the way we recruit, train, develop, and retain highly-skilled employees as well as how we socialize with each other outside of our office.
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California Drywall recruits recent and soon-to-be graduates to develop our pipeline of talented professionals. We recruit from some of the leading construction management colleges and universities in the region. Typical graduates start their careers in either project management or estimating, and receive hands on exposure to a variety of commercial projects, client interaction, and other experiences with the guidance of our experienced staff, who are some of the top professionals in the specialty contracting industry. Specifically we offer:
- A fast-paced, interactive work environment
- The opportunity to work with the leading GC’s, Architects and Owners
- A variety of responsibilities
- Ongoing training and education
- Significant advancement opportunities
- Access to Senior Management
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California Drywall’s Internship Program allows students to work in both field and office environments. Our interns have the opportunity to gain valuable experience across of the scope of our business, gaining first-hand knowledge of some of the most important trades in commercial construction. The Specialty Subcontracting industry is a multi-billion dollar industry that requires the same construction skills and abilities as General Contractors.
With various levels of opportunities and an individual approach, our interns are exposed to everything from estimating and project management to field work. Those who decide to remain with us have great promotion opportunities.
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The Industrial Maintenance Mechanic is responsible for maintaining the production and quality of press brakes, roll forming lines, laser & plasma cutters, stud rollers and other large manufacturing production equipment and machinery.
The General Foreman responsibility is to ensure the delivery of projects safely, on time, and within budget, and with quality workmanship that conforms to project plans and specifications. This position will be responsible for safety, schedule, assignment and supervision of crew, work performance, material procurement planning, and quality control of the work at the jobsites.
The Foreman’s position involves administrative, supervisory, and operational responsibilities in managing day-to-day operations, maintenance, repairs, and replacement activities for building insulation. This position is considered a working Foreman and is expected to direct and assist the employees in their daily tasks and activities.
The Journeyman responsibilities involve in performing skilled construction operational responsibilities in installing and repairing insulation for building projects. This position is considered a working Journeyman and is expected to accomplish daily labor tasks and activities assigned by the Forema
The Taping Tool Technician may work repairing either automatic taping tools or non-automatic taping tools such as power sanders, application pumps, power washers, etc. The technician will be cross trained to perform a variety of different functions within the production environment.