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Question 1 of 19
How many years experience do you have working on drywall?
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I have always had an interest in hands on job fields, and took my interest a step further 2 and a half years ago when I decided to make a career of this.
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Question 2 of 19
Do you have the ability to see a finished product, before its done?
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Anytime I am analyzing a project and preparing for it, I envision what the possible outcomes will be.
Question 3 of 19
How well do you pay attention to details?
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When it comes to details, I take care. The way I view details in this industry is that we are affecting the quality of other human beings homes or businesses and we must take that into consideration with each job that we take responsibility for.
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I am very good at paying attention to details.
Question 4 of 19
Do you adapt well to your team?
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I pride myself on having excellent verbal communication skills, with those skills I am able to understand other perspectives which I believe helps me in team environments.
Question 5 of 19
Tell me about the biggest mud job you had to cover up?
Question 6 of 19
Have you ever mudded with another person?
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Yes, for my building trades class we had to partner up and each team tackled a room to tape and mud.
Question 7 of 19
What do you dislike the most about drywalling?
Question 8 of 19
Do you take criticism well?
Question 9 of 19
If I ask you to do something in a way you are not used to, how would you handle this?
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I am not very familiar with this style would you possibly be able to help me out so I can learn as we go.
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Trying to do it there way.
Question 10 of 19
What was the toughest job you've done in the past?
Question 11 of 19
Why do you want to work for our drywalling team?
Question 12 of 19
Do you have any experience drywalling old homes?
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No, for my building trades class we actually built a house from the ground up.
Question 13 of 19
What made you want to be a drywaller?
Question 14 of 19
What experiences do you have in framing?
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Framing in exterior and interior wall, using light gauge and heavy gauge.
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Exterior and interior framing, building buck head, using light and heavy gauge and installing metal door frame.
Question 15 of 19
What overall experience do you have in construction?
Question 16 of 19
Do you have any education in construction?
Question 17 of 19
Who did you work for in the past?
Question 18 of 19
How hard of a worker are you?
Question 19 of 19
Are you okay working with other people?

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