Licensed Plumber

Indianapolis, IN
Salary: $20.00 to $30.00 /hour

Pro Talent Group is searching for an experienced, hard-working, and dedicated Licensed Plumber candidate to join our growing staff here in Indianapolis!

  • Position: Licensed Plumber
  • Pay: Negotiable (based on experienced)
  • Location: Indianapolis, IN

Job Summary: Licensed Plumber

We are looking for an experienced Licensed Plumber to efficiently undertake a variety of plumbing tasks ranging from fixing leakages to installing pipes and HVAC systems. A successful plumber must have a thorough knowledge of hydraulic systems. They are patient individuals with a practical mind and manual dexterity, able to work efficiently with great attention to detail.

Job Duties: Licensed Plumber

  • Licensed Plumber reads blueprints and drawings to understand or plan the layout of plumbing, waste disposal and water supply systems;
  • Cut, assemble and install pipes and tubes with attention to existing infrastructure (e.g. electrical wiring);
  • Install and maintain water supply systems;
  • Locate and repair issues with water supply lines (e.g. leaks);
  • Repair or replace broken drainage lines, clogged drains, faucets etc.;
  • Repair domestic appliances (e.g. washing machines) and fixtures (e.g. sinks) etc.;
  • Install and maintain gas and liquid heating systems (air-conditioning units, radiators etc.);
  • Install waste disposal and sanitary systems with well-functioning DWV systems.

Job Requirements: Licensed Plumber

  • Proven experience as a Licensed Plumber;
  • Solid understanding of water distribution and disposal systems in residential, commercial and industrial buildings;
  • Working knowledge of heating and ventilation systems as well as appliances;
  • Ability to handle plumbing tools and equipment (pipe wrenches, pipe cutters, plungers etc.);
  • Good communication and interpersonal skills;
  • Friendly with a great deal of patience;
  • Good physical condition and strength with the ability to work in awkward spaces;
  • Diploma from a trade school or successful completion of apprenticeship;
  • Valid license to practice profession.


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