Sheetmetal Mechanic - Clemson SC

Greenville, SC posted on June 12

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SKMES is the leader in performing a wide range of services, including the design, fabrication and installation of quality kitchen ventilation products, as well as industrial and commercial heating and air conditioning, electrical work and complete back-up service provided by our service company throughout the US and abroad. The unique blend of services and support provided to our customers is unsurpassed in the industry. Our Company’s products are unequaled in both quality of workmanship and materials. Team members are our greatest asset and each member of our organization plays an important part in our success through their unselfish dedication providing our clients with superior products and services. With a fleet of company owned equipment, a stable and motivated workforce, and a superior bonding capacity, we are firmly established as the preeminent “open shop” mechanical contractor in the region.


  • Leads and trains subordinates; lays out patterns; shapes and fabricates sheet metal on such assignments as installing or repairing containers, fixtures, and flashings, smoke pipes, kitchen hoods, tables and ventilating and air conditioning ducts; lays out and forms angle iron racks, table stands, metal frames, doors and guards for windows.
  • Solders, rivets and seams a variety of articles in construction or repair work; repairs metal filing cases, cabinets, lockers and counters.
  • Operates such equipment as sheet metal forming machines, folders, shears, cutters and crimpers.
  • Applies thorough knowledge of materials, practices, equipment and tools of the sheet metal working trade; of characteristics, uses and adaptabilities of light metals; of hazards and safety precautions of trade.
  • Lifts heavy objects and works from scaffolding at heights on a routine basis.


Graduation from high school or possession of a GED, supplemented by one (1) year of training in precision machining or other sheet metal related trades, plus four (4) years progressively responsible work experience as a sheet metal worker. The successful completion of up to two (2) years of verifiable formal training in the trade (vocational, military, or indentured apprentice school) may be substituted for a noncommercial driver’s license, and any other license as may be required by law.


  • Competitive wages
  • Boot and Clothing Allowances
  • Training
  • Benefit Packages (medical, dental, vision, short and long term disability, accident, critical illness)
  • 401(k)
  • Referral bonus program
  • Paid holidays and vacation time