Installer (Office Furniture)

  • Full Time
  • Salt Lake County, UT
  • $18.06 - $30.24 an hour USD / Year
  • Applications have closed
  • Salary: $18.06 - $30.24 an hour

State of Utah

Job Description:
Are you looking for an opportunity to grow and expand your skills? If so this may be the position you’re looking for. The Utah Department of Workforce Services (DWS) is looking for a skilled and motivated individual to fill an Installer (Office Furniture) position within the Administrative Services Division (ASD).

Principle Duties:
This is a working level job performing a variety of support services such as:
Physical construction of cubicles agency wide.
Load, transport, and unload equipment for relocation.
Maintain warehouse inventory of cubicle and office furniture.
Coordinate maintenance for a fleet of 10 or more vehicles.
Submit requisition for surplus property and follow policy to prepare property for disposal, distribution or donation.
Assist in the coordination of supportive service functions such as mail processing, equipment relocation, and vendor support for the agency administration building.

The Ideal Candidate:
The ideal candidate for this position is someone who has:
Knowledge of cubicle construction.
Knowledge of warehouse inventory and management.
Experience with motor pool and fleet rules.
The ability to lift 50 pounds.
Driving an automobile with a trailer in tow and box truck up to 26′ in length.

Why You Should Join Our Team:
Besides working for a fantastic agency that is dedicated to helping the citizens of Utah, you will receive great health and retirement benefits. Click here to view a summary of benefits we offer. We also provide generous paid time off so you can spend more time with your family and have a positive work-life balance.

The Agency:
We strengthen Utah’s communities by connecting the workforce to new opportunities and providing services to individuals and families in need. Today, more than 2,200 Workforce Services employees assist individuals in preparing for and finding jobs, meeting workforce needs of Utah businesses, administering temporary assistance, and providing economic data and analysis. Through a collaborative approach, the department has served millions of Utahns and has become a leader on several statewide initiatives. These include intergenerational poverty, homelessness, affordable housing, supporting refugees, helping rural communities, serving veterans and individuals with disabilities, and getting Utahns trained and back to work. To learn more about Workforce Services, click here.
DHRM rules regarding promotions and transfers apply to current state of Utah employees.

Supplemental Information:
Risks found in the typical office setting, which is adequately lighted, heated and ventilated, e.g., safe use of office equipment, avoiding trips and falls, observing fire regulations, etc.
This work requires some physical exertion such as long periods of sanding; recurring bending, crouching, stooping, stretching, reaching or similar activities; recurring lifting of moderately heavy items such as office equipment, file cabinets, and cubicle furniture.
The work may require specific but common physical characteristics and abilities such as lifting up to 50 pounds, above-average agility, and dexterity.
Driving an automobile with a trailer in tow and box truck up to 26′ in length.