Student Veterans of America Jobs

Welcome to SVA’s jobs portal, your one-stop shop for finding the most up to date source of employment opportunities. We have partnered with the National Labor Exchange to provide you this information. You may be looking for part-time employment to supplement your income while you are in school. You might be looking for an internship to add experience to your resume. And you may be completing your training ready to start a new career. This site has all of those types of jobs.

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  • This site is mobile friendly. You do not need a log-in or password to access information.
  • Jobs on this site are original and unduplicated and come from three sources: the Federal government, state workforce agency job banks, and corporate career websites. All jobs are vetted to ensure there are no scams, training schemes, or phishing.
  • The site is refreshed daily to remove out-of-date content.
  • The newest jobs are listed first, so use the search features to match your interests. You can look for jobs in a specific geographical location, by title or keyword, or you can use the military crosswalk. You may want to do something different from your military career, but you undoubtedly have skills from that occupation that match to a civilian job.

Job Information

Western Construction Group Mason Caulker in Charlotte, North Carolina

Come work for America's Master Craftsmen in Restoration and Preservation! Western Specialty Contractors is currently looking for self-motivated, top notch individuals to help serve our customers as a Bricklayer Caulker at our Charlotte branch. If you are a self-motivated individual with great work ethic and the personality to help with customer satisfaction, then we would love to meet you!

As a member of the branch production team, you will be responsible for the performance of work within a particular work area and in accordance with generally accepted standards of the crafts.

  • Analyzing and interpreting building plans.

  • Interpreting work orders and determining the materials required.

  • Measuring distance from reference points.

  • Calculating angles and determining the vertical and horizontal alignment of courses.

  • Laying bricks using mortar as a binder and a trowel to level.

  • Fastening bricks with wire clamps or cement.

  • Working safely on scaffolds and swing stages at various heights.

  • Using equipment and tools effectively to perform basic construction tasks.

  • Prepares surfaces by cutting and/or grinding out problem areas of walls and floors.

  • Cleans and preps problem areas prior to the application of material.

  • Cuts out, repairs, preps, packs and caulks joints of walls and floors.

  • Sprays, brushes, rolls or applies material to surfaces of walls and floors as specified.

  • May work below grade by preparing and applying waterproofing materials to the foundation walls and footings.

  • Applications include spraying, rolling, and brushing materials, nailing panels, or gluing sheet goods.

  • May be required to rig mobile and stationary scaffolding in accordance with corporate guidelines.


To be qualified for this job, experience in a trade or craft is preferred. To be considered, you must be able to demonstrate sufficient reading, writing and math skills to comprehend and explain company safety policies and material instruction. Physically, workers must be able to stand or walk for long periods; lift and carry materials weighing 50 pounds or more; climb ladders, scaffolds and other objects carrying tools and equipment; and see (naturally or with correction). Ability to work at heights, extreme temperatures and to wear company's safety equipment is essential.

  • Must be able to use logical step-by-step procedures in working with different materials using a variety of skills.

  • Must be able to work within precise limits or standards of accuracy and be able to judge straight lines, spaces and proportions.

  • Must be able to demonstrate sufficient reading, writing and math skills to comprehend and explain company safety policies and material instruction.

  • The ability to read drawings is necessary.

  • Identify existing and predictable hazards in work surroundings, including working conditions that are unsanitary, hazardous or dangerous to employees.

  • Physically, workers must be able to: Stand or walk for long periods; lift and carry materials weighing 50 pounds or more; climb and maintain balance on ladders, scaffolds and other objects and carry tools and equipment; and see well (either naturally or with correction).

  • Abilities to work at heights, at extreme temperatures and to wear company’s safety equipment are essential.

  • Practical construction experience preferred.

  • Must have own “hand tools of the trade.”

  • May be required to work weekends, nights, out of town and at heights.

  • Must have reliable transportation.


Western offers a competitive wage. We provide medical, dental and vision insurance with the company paying over 80% of the premium. A $10,000 Life insurance and $10,000 Accidental death and dismemberment benefit is provided and is 100% company paid. Generous 401k plan. Must work at a minimum of 30 hours per week to be eligible for benefits after 90 days of employment