Laborer- Solar

Key Responsibilities
Bolting up clamps for solar panels. Hoisting torque tubes into position. Alignment of torque tubes and securing with fasteners. Setting of drive motors. Installation of dampeners. Installation of linkage between drive motors. Setting and installation of solar modules. Tightening of bolts to the proper torque specifications. Receiving and stocking of materials. Maintaining an accurate inventory of all materials. Quality control for the scope of work. Maintain tools used for installation in proper working condition. Follow safety policies and procedures. General cleanup of materials and debris.
Some knowledge of proper use of equipment, materials and supplies used on commercial construction projects. Work requires exposure to construction site environments having extreme temperatures, dust, fumes, smoke, hazardous substances, and loud noise levels. Up to 70% of the job may include heavy physical work, heavy lifting, and pushing or pulling of material that may weigh more than 50 pounds. The position requires the individual to bend, stoop, kneel, crouch, squat, crawl and work in awkward positions or confined spaces throughout the day. The position requires the unrestricted use of hands, arms, shoulders, upper/lower back, visual acuity, depth, and color perception. Proven commitment to Safety and building relationships in a team setting. Previous experience on construction projects preferred. Must have reliable transportation to the jobsite. Ability to work independently and complete daily activities according to work schedule. Must be self-motivated and have ability to work well with others. Ability to meet attendance schedule with dependability and consistency. Minimum age 18. Proof of Identity and Employment Authorization. Pay rate is determined on current level of knowledge and experience. McCarthy is proud to be an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer regardless of race, color, gender, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, religious beliefs, marital status, genetic information, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.

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