Insulation Installer Position
This position entails stapling fiberglass or rock wool batts to exterior walls and ceilings before drywall, paneling or plaster walls are put in place.
Department: Branch location
Reports to: Branch Manager or Production Supervisor
FLSA Status: Non-exempt
- Loads and logs materials onto truck and makes notation of returned materials
- Erects scaffolding or ladders
- Cuts the insulation materials to the size required
- Attaches insulation materials by stapling, gluing, wiring or nailing
- Operates equipment that injects loose fill or foamed insulation
- Repairs and maintains existing insulation
- Observes job site safety rules and knows the location of the MSDS packets in vehicle
- Maintains tools and truck housekeeping
- Follows all driving safety rules at all times
- Performs other duties as assigned
- High school diploma or GED preferred
- Valid driver’s license
- Experience in the construction industry helpful
- Ability to perform basic math skills
Insulation workers must be able to use common hand tools—trowels, brushes, knives, scissors, saws, pliers, and stapling hammer. Insulation workers must be able to read job instructions and record materials to work order. They must be able to work in tight places or in high places from ladders or scaffolding. Must be able to lift a minimum of 50 pounds. Must also be able to climb ladders and scaffolding. Must be able to stand for extended periods of time and bend, twist and turn body at shoulders, waist and knees to handle and install insulation.
Works in a construction environment; ability to adapt to extreme temperature ranges is preferred.