About Re:Build Optimation Technology LLC


Re:Build Manufacturing is a family of industrial businesses combining cutting-edge enabling
technologies, operational superiority, and strategic M&A to build America’s next generation industrial
company. Re:Build leverages a deep expertise in operations management and technology to
supercharge performance of its subsidiaries by implementing core technologies across industrial
platforms in diversified growth markets. Our goal is to help revitalize the U.S. manufacturing abase over
the coming decades, creating substantial opportunities for our employees and the communities where
we operate.


If you like a fast-paced environment where individuals can stretch and be challenged with a diverse set of
projects, we offer a great deal of variety and empower our staff to take on as much responsibility as they
can handle, offering a helping hand and experienced-based coating and the support of a highly
competent team. Our goal is to enable our employees to achieve their fullest potential, and through our
associate with Re:Build, provide avenues for personal and professional growth.
When: Estimated start date is September 2022


Position Summary:


Re:Build Optimation is seeking an individual for an Apprentice Pipefitter position. This is a 5-year New York State accredited program that combines on-the-job training and classroom instruction (typically at MCC) and provides a Journey Worker Certificate upon completion. It is an entry-level position, with performance reviews/evaluations every 6 months and a wage increase after each satisfactory review. M-F 6:00am-2:30pm

Roles and Responsibilities:

Awareness of construction site safe practices is taught and expected. Must possess a strong work ethic and display true interest in learning high level of craftsmanship. Fabricate and install piping systems for water, steam, air and other liquids or gases. Alter, remodel, and repair existing piping systems. Measure; cut and bend pipe; weld; braze; caulk; solder; glue; or thread joints.


Required Skills:

Must be physically able to perform the work of a Pipefitter: climb and work from heights, work in confined spaces and lift and/or move heavy objects.

Will be required to work in hot and cold environments and in all weather conditions.

History of mechanical aptitude is desirable.


Must be able to work a flexible schedule, including overtime and occasional travel.

Qualifications:


* High School Diploma or High School Equivalency Diploma (such as TASC or GED).
* 1 year of Algebra or equivalent.
* Reliable transportation to and from work and school.
* Be able to pass a drug test and background check.


Salary Range: Starting @ $17 per hour, with $1 per hour increases every 6 months throughout program. Journey-Worker increase upon graduation.


Required information for consideration: If you are interested in this position, please provide a current resume and cover sheet indicating why you are interested and/or qualified. Please submit request to Steven Alvito via e-mail at Steven.Alvito@optimation.us. For questions regarding this job offering, please use the above email address or call 585-321-2794. Requests for consideration shall be tendered up to August 19th, 2022, at which time the posting shall be closed.


Re:Build Optimation is an equal opportunity employer, and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or veteran status. 

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