Installed Building Products

Construction Laborer - Afterpaint Installer

Job Locations US-TN-Chattanooga
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The Company



Therm-Con of Tennessee is part of the Installed Building Products (IBP) family of companies. Integrity, knowledge, and excellent service – these aren’t just words, they represent how Therm-Con of Tennessee does business. Whatever our homeowners needs, you can trust our team will offer high quality products and service.Find your next career opportunity and join our team, with Therm-Con of Tennessee!


Why we love it here: benefits that include medical, dental, vision, retirement plans, vacation, paid holidays, and plenty of opportunities for growth and advancement!

What You Can Expect

This role entails installing wire shelving, showers doors, mirrors, and bath/kitchen hardware in the home. You would be completing a punch out list and final touches before the homeowner would move into the home. 

  • Follow shelving template to cut material and pre-drill holes and fasten closet shelves to the wall
  • Install shower door kits and custom shower doors
  • Measure and mount mirror(s) to wall ensuring they are level
  • Fasten and attach hardware to cabinets in kitchens and/or bathrooms
  • Mount towel racks and toilet paper holders to walls
  • Load/unload materials
  • Communicate directly to the customer/builder when necessary

To Be Successful

  • 0-5 years experience in construction industry
  • Proficient in using hand and power tools,
  • Valid driver’s license to drive a company vehicle
  • Bilingual is a Plus 

For Your Safety

  • Able to walk throughout the residential job site to access materials and complete job tasks.
  • Able to ascend/descend ladders to install shelving, mirrors or hardware.
  • Able to transport and lift materials 50-100 lbs.

EEO Statement

IBP is an equal opportunity employer.


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