Frequently Asked Questions

Our Typical Application Proccess:


 The first step is to gather information about Blackrock Residential, position or program you are interested in and to determine the requirements and qualifications for the position.


Prepare all the necessary documents, such as your resume, cover letter, transcript, and any other required documents or materials.


We will review your application and determine if you meet the minimum qualifications for the position or program.


If your application is successful, you may be asked to participate in an interview with us. This could be in-person, over the phone, or via video conferencing.


We will make a decision on your application, and you will be notified of the outcome.

A: Prior experience in construction or carpentry is preferred, but not always required. Some employers may provide on-the-job training for entry-level positions.

A: Yes, construction framers typically need to be physically fit and able to lift heavy materials and perform manual labor for long periods of time.

A: Construction framers typically work full-time, with some overtime or weekend work required, especially during peak construction seasons.

A: Yes, construction framers may be able to advance to supervisory or managerial positions within the construction industry, or to related careers such as general contractors or building inspectors.

A: Some common safety hazards in construction framing include falls from heights, electrical shock, cuts from power tools, and repetitive motion injuries. Employers are required to provide personal protective equipment and follow safety regulations to minimize these risks.

A: Positive, with expected growth in the construction industry leading to increased demand for skilled workers.

A: High school diploma, construction or carpentry experience, knowledge of building codes and safety regulations, physical dexterity, attention to detail, and strong communication skills.

A: Varies by province, some may require certification or licensing to work in the construction industry.

A: Submit a resume and cover letter, provide references, complete a job application.