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Carpentry/Masonry Specialist (US Army)

Denver, ColoradoFull-time
About the Job
Carpentry/Masonry Specialist (U.S. Army)


Basic Qualifications:
  • Must be a United States Citizen or Green Card Holder
  • Education - Current Senior in High School (HS), HS Diploma, GED, or higher.

Carpentry and Masonry Specialist
Carpentry and Masonry Specialists are responsible for a wide variety of building and masonry duties. Carpentry and masonry specialist have a desire to work with your hands and working outdoors in all kinds of weather conditions and situations. If you're good with a tool belt and have a passion for constructing projects, then a carpentry and masonry specialist is the right fit for you.

However, we offer our Soldiers much more than just a paycheck — we offer a purpose-driven career that allows applicants to align their passion points with their professional pursuits. In addition to medical and retirement plans, we offer 30-days of annual leave accrual, paid federal holidays, low-cost life insurance, tuition assistance, and the Post 9/11 GI Bill.

Core Responsibilities:
  • Build and maintain structures like trusses and rigging devices. 
  • You'll assist with combat engineer missions.
  • Doing basic carpentry and masonry.
  • Build framing, sheathing fabrication, and roofing structures. 
  • You'll also build concrete forms for columns, slabs, and walls. 

Additional Requirements: 
  • Attend Basic and advanced training (Paid).
  • Complete the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB).
  • Submit to the background and medical screening.

  • Up to $40K enlistment bonus.
  • Tuition Assistance.
  • Post-911 GI Bill.
  • Tax-Free Housing Allowance.
  • Tax-Free Food Allowance.
  • Low-Cost Health Insurance (Tricare).
  • Low-Cost Life Insurance Policy up to $500K.


For more information fill out the form fill in the link below or contact

Staff Sergeant Nathan A. Brewer
Phone- 303-209-9872
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