Sheet Metal Journeyman


  • Successfully mastered all of the general job requirements for the Sheet Metal Apprentice position.
  • “Journeyman” card or the equivalent experience.
  • Must be able to perform work from ladders, mechanical lifts, and in confined spaces.
  • Good mechanical aptitude.
  • Good common sense.
  • Good work ethic and the desire to advance professionally and personally.
  • Reliable transportation.
  • Ability to maintain a positive, willing, and trainable attitude.
  • Have the ability to get along with and work well with people on all levels.
  • Work flexible hours depending on project requirements. Normal job site hours are 7:00am – 3:30pm.
  • Must have or purchase all of the tools listed on the required “Journeyman” Tool List and be willing to purchase additional tools as skills advance.
  • Demonstrate a willingness to continue education through available company and industry training.


  • Skills, knowledge, and craftsmanship to complete most or all types of commercial or residential projects including new construction, tenant finish, and remodel in a professional and workmanlike manner.
  • Ability to work alone or as part of a team.
  • Willing to share and impart industry knowledge to apprentices working underneath them.
  • Produce quality workmanship while completing projects on time and on budget.
  • Read and interpret blueprints and specifications accurately.
  • Good working knowledge of system layout and duct design.
  • Good product knowledge and application skills.
  • Read and interpret product installation, engineering, and owner’s manuals prior to equipment installation.
  • Demonstrates the ability per blueprints to layout, set/mount equipment, rough-in and trim duct systems, “B”-type venting, PVC venting, condensate piping, low voltage and control wiring for rooftop equipment, make-up air units, exhaust fans, ERVs, unit heaters, variable air volume terminal units, zoning dampers, dampers, actuators, furnaces, fan coils, heat pumps, and condensers.
  • Ability to turn in ductwork make-up to the shop in a timely manner and it is accurate.
  • Good time management to stay on task and on schedule.
  • Good working knowledge of mechanical code, quality control, safety policy, and company required job costing paperwork.
  • Turn in job costing paperwork that is timely, complete, and accurate.


At least 5 years of commercial/residential HVAC experience.

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