Glazier/Architectural Metal Apprentice
An Architectural Glass and Metal Worker, called a Glazier, is responsible for selecting, cutting, installing, replacing, and removing all types of glass. Work in the glazing field includes both high end and commercial projects. Commercial projects may include improving energy efficiency; using various techniques and materials to incorporate good weatherization strategies; installing glass mirrors, shower doors; fitting glass for tabletops and display cases; and installing items such as heavy, decorative room dividers or security windows. Other glazing projects may involve replacing storefront windows for establishments such as supermarkets, auto dealerships, or banks. In the construction of large commercial buildings, glaziers build metal framework extrusions and install glass panels or curtain walls. Glaziers are continuously promoting the application of green technology with the use of solar performance and sustainability in the glazing trade. The glazing trade is specifically focused on energy efficient retrofitting projects as well as the design and installation of energy efficient weatherization materials and solar technology in commercial applications.
Position/Opportunity: Glazier/Architectural Metal Apprentice
Must be 18+ years of age
High school diploma/GED
Must have adequate transportation to the learning site
Skills needed to become a Glazier include manual dexterity, eye-hand coordination, physical fitness, and a good sense of balance. The ability to solve mathematical problems quickly and accurately is also required.
Provide all needed documentation
Complete 4 essay questions in application
Complete drug screening
Deadline: February 24, 2024