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Oregon Apprenticeship Guide


Job Description
Roofer and Waterproofers remove old roof and waterproof foundation walls. Commercial roofs are generally low-pitched roofs that consist of multiple layers of roofing applied with asphalt, plastic (TPO/PVC), or rubber (EPDM). Residential roofs are usually steep and the roofing material is mainly asphalt shingles, wood shake, slate or tile. Tools used include hatchets, hammers, pry bars, tin snips, knives and chalk lines.
Working Conditions
Work is done in all weather conditions. Heights and roof structures vary. Roofers & Waterproofers must be in good physical and mental condition to lift roofing materials, work in difficult weather, and preform detailed work with a good attitude. This work can be seasonal and there can be periods of unemployment.

Apprenticeship Committees


MA# 1050 


OR/SW-WA Roofers & Waterproofers JATC

Phone: 503-546-4235
Website : www.orswroofersapp.com

Area 1, 6, 7 

View our​ ​May - October 2015 Opening Notice


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