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Carpenter Interview Questions

"When hiring a carpenter, an employer will look for someone who has completed an apprenticeship or worked as a carpenter's helper and who can demonstrate an ability to erect and rehabilitate building and other structures while maintaining a standard of safety. At an interview you may be asked about your experience as a carpenter's apprentice and any projects you may have worked on, proficiency with specialty tools such as a scissor lift, and your personal carpentry practices to ensure the safety and longevity of your products."

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They didn't ask any questions at all.

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Well done

All the best

God bless

how long have you been in the construction

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Q: How many years of experience in the field that you want to be working do you have?

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How much Finish Carpentry experience do you have?

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are you able to work at extreme heights, how do you know?

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How much experience I had

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Ian didn't have to ask me anything save for if I could pass a background check and could I pass a drug test. He already knew that I could do the carpentry work because we had worked together before.

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What you do on your last job

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How long have you been building, what kind of tools can you operate?

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Asked how long j have been doing carpentry work and what kind of things I've done.

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