Join The Morrison Pluming Team

 

When you work for us, you’ll enjoy:

  • A positive work environment
  • Bonuses upon individual and team goal achievement
  • A commitment to safety
  • Cutting-edge technology
  • And more!

Available Positions

New Construction Plumber

Responsibilities:

  • Read blueprints and drawings to understand or plan the layout of plumbing, waste disposal and water supply systems.

  • Cut, assemble and install pipes and tubes with attention to existing infrastructure (e.g. electrical wiring).

  • Install and maintain water supply systems.

  • Install waste disposal and sanitary systems with well-functioning DWV systems.

Requirements:

  • Proven experience as a plumber.

  • Solid understanding of water distribution and disposal systems in residential, commercial and industrial buildings.

  • Ability to handle plumbing tools and equipment (pipe wrenches, pipe cutters, plungers etc.)

  • Good communication and interpersonal skills.

  • Friendly with a great deal of patience.

  • Good physical condition and strength with the ability to work in awkward spaces.

  • Diploma from a trade school or successful completion of apprenticeship a plus.

  • Valid drivers license.

Service Plumber

Responsibilities:

  • Carry out regular maintenance of plumbing systems at commercial and residential sites.

  • Perform installation of plumbing systems at new properties.

  • Inspect previously installed plumbing systems at commercial and residential sites.

  • Perform any necessary repairs to previously installed systems.

  • Answer calls for plumbing issues from general contractors.

  • Keep up to date with current safety regulations and requirements for the various plumbing systems a company installs and maintains.

  • Work carefully to follow all current regulations for plumbing work to ensure that all installed systems pass inspections.

  • Provide information regarding plumbing system upkeep to clients.

Qualifications:

  • A high school diploma or GED.

  • A valid drivers license.

  • Three or more years of trade experience as a plumber or plumber’s apprentice a plus.

  • Thorough knowledge of plumbing system maintenance and repairs.

  • Ability to drive company vehicles to various commercial and residential sites for work.

  • Ability to fit in tight spaces.

Plumbers Apprentice
Plumbers Apprentice Duties and Responsibilities:

While a plumber apprentice’s day-to-day duties and responsibilities are determined by where they work, there are many core tasks associated with the role. Based on our analysis of job listings, these include:

Make Minor Plumbing Repairs
Under the direction of licensed or master plumbers, plumber helpers make minor repairs such as unclogging toilets or drains, replacing faucets, and fixing leaking pipes. They also install garbage disposals, replace toilet wax rings, and adjust water pressure to homes.

Assist Plumbers with Plumbing System Installations
Plumber helpers work alongside licensed plumbers to install plumbing in new home or commercial construction, replace water heaters, and install tubs/showers. They hold tools, cut piping, connect metal or plastic pipes, and check new installations for leaks.

Perform Preventative Maintenance on Plumbing Systems
It usually falls to plumber helpers to check plumbing systems for any potential problems. They clean drains, check water heaters, run tests on pumps, and clean grease traps for both commercial and residential customers. Plumber helpers keep an updated checklist of preventative maintenance tasks and give a copy to home or business owners.

Clean Up Job Sites
Plumber helpers ensure that job sites are cleared of tools and debris during a job and after its completion. They retrieve discarded pieces of piping, mop up standing water from leaks, and pack away tools.

Qualifications:
Team players with the ability to follow instructions and who have an interest in working with their hands make successful plumber helpers. The following skills and abilities are also much sought after in candidates for plumber helper positions:

  • Mechanical skills – plumber helpers should have strong knowledge of plumbing tools and an understanding of how basic plumbing systems work.

  • Physical fitness – a great deal of a plumber helper’s day is spent kneeling, crouching, and carrying tools and supplies, and they must be physically fit for this aspect of the job.

  • Troubleshooting – the ability to detect the causes of leaks and clogs calls for strong troubleshooting skills.

  • Math skills – plumber helpers must accurately measure and cut piping and determine the amount of materials needed for a job using basic math skills.

  • Customer service skills – it is important for plumber helpers to make adequate repairs and gain the confidence and loyalty of customers.

  • Detail oriented – plumber helpers must pay attention to detail, such as using the correct materials to join pipes or ensuring that a water supply is shut off prior to removing sink faucets.

  • Analytical skills – interpreting schematics and drawings for new plumbing system installations is beneficial for plumber helpers.