What is a Glazier?

Glazing consists of installing steel and aluminum framed windows in offices, factories, warehouses, high-rise buildings, retail stores and malls. Glaziers also install revolving and automatic doors. They are sometimes required to work from swing stages on high buildings.

Glaziers work indoors and out, depending upon the task to be done. Fabricating and some installations are done indoors; however, glaziers do much of their work outdoors.

How do I qualify?

Must be at least 18 years of age

Must be physically fit for the craft

Must have a Social Security card

Must have a valid driver's license

Must have reliable transportation

What are the program specifics?

Length of program - four (4) years

Related classroom instruction with college credit

Starting pay - 50% of current journeyman rate

Pay increases review every six (6) months

What do I need to apply?

The applicant must have the following tools:
Utility knife, Hacksaw, 16' to 25' tape, Assorted files, Tin snips - aviation, Screw drivers, phillips & common ,Work boots, Tool box with locking device, Combination square and Hammer

Where do I apply?

Applications are accepted weekdays between 8:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m.

Glaziers Local Union #1610

1841 North 24th Street, Suite 6

Phoenix, Arizona 85008

(602) 267-8988

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