Employer: DSHS Medical Lake Campus
We have a great opportunity for you to become part of a team that is dedicated to Transforming Lives while you use your plumbing skills. We are recruiting for an experienced, journey-level Plumber to join our team. You will perform plumbing, pipefitting, and steamfitting work on commercial and residential buildings. This job is located at the DSHS Medical Lake Campus.
This job offers stability in the trades, yet each day is unique in projects that you are involved with.
You'll have a fixed day shift schedule of consistent work, with most weekends off.
There is no traveling for plumbing work.
You'll work with an interesting blend of old and new building systems, working on a variety of equipment.
How much do you currently pay out of pocket for benefits?
Washington State offers one of the most competitive benefits packages in the nation. We also offer a great selection of health and pension retirement plans, paid leave, training, and compensation benefits for you and your family.
Some of what you'll do:
Install, inspect, maintain, and repair storm sewers, septic tanks and sewage mains, booster pump systems, waste drain lines, hot water heaters, backflow or cross connection devices, and water mains; commercial/residential bathroom and kitchen plumbing fixtures, balancing valves, hydrants and water coolers
Operate and repair lift stations, which include pumps, inlet/outlet piping, air reliefs, aligning motor pump belt pulleys, rotating assemblies; checking for wear spacing between wear plate and impellers; perform pump station operation maintenance
Shop work such as refacing and reseating valves, cutting and threading pipe, bending pipe, replacing pump bushings and washers, testing valves and other pressure equipment
Clean and maintain tools
Estimate materials and time needed to complete jobs
What we're looking for:
Journey-level standing as a Plumber as attested by:
WA State L&I Journey-level Plumber Certification
Or, completion of a recognized apprenticeship in plumbing (i.e. 8000 hours plumbing work experience or two years plumbing trade school)
Or, full journey-level status in a Plumber and Pipefitters Union
Or, four years of experience as a full-time helper to a journey-level plumber
Ability to work from blueprints and schematics
Ability to move in a confined space and on ladders, work with chemicals, and necessary hand and power tools
Knowledge of standard practices and methods used in the plumbing trade
Interested? Apply today. We would like to start our new team member soon.
Questions? Please email Jenny at email@example.com or call 360-725-5848 and reference #08392. FFAA is the acronym for DSHS's Financial, Facilities, and Analytics Administration.
Prior to a new hire, a background check including criminal record history may be conducted. Information from the background check will not necessarily preclude employment but will be considered in determining the applicant's suitability and competence to perform in the job. This announcement may be used to fill multiple vacancies. Employees driving on state business must have a valid driver's license. Employees driving a privately owned vehicle on state business must have liability insurance on the privately owned vehicle
Location: Medical Lake, WA
Application Method: Online
Base Pay: $48,792 - $55,200 YR