Carpenter (Occupation Code : 641502)

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Constructs, erects, installs, renovates and repairs structures and fixtures of wood, plywood, wallboard and other materials. NOTE: This occupation is listed as a trade.


Making, altering and repairing structural and other woodwork at a work-bench and on a construction site.

Constructing, erecting and installing heavy-framed wooden structures on building sites.

Fitting, assembling and altering internal and external fixtures of buildings, such as walls, doors, door and window frames, facings and panelling.

Making, repairing and fitting scenic equipment for theatrical performances, motion picture or television productions.

Constructing, assembling, altering and repairing wooden fixtures and fittings in train coaches, aircraft, ships, boats, floats, and other vehicles.

Alternate Occupation Names

Carpenter Maintenance

Formwork Carpenter


Mine Carpenter Rough Carpentry

Fixing Carpenter

Carpenter Contractor

Prop and Scenery Maker

Bridge / Construction / Wharf Carpenter

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