Competitive Hourly Pay
Great On-the-Job Experience
Assist carpenters—form work/millwork/roof blocking Concrete work Field/office rotation Assist superintendents and projects managers
Quantity take off/estimating support Plan reading Layout Possible small job supervision Distribute and track materials
Enrolled in a Bachelor of Construction Science/Management degree program
Willingness to learn Timeliness Safety-conscience General organizational skills General understanding of the construction process
Ability to lift 0-25 pounds constantly Ability to lift 25-75 pounds occasionally Ability to lift 75+ pounds occasionally Frequent weather exposure Occasional exposure to dust/fumes Frequent time spent working on your feet Occasional use of vibratory tools Occasional work above and below ground Climbing: Occasionally Balancing: Occasionally
Stooping: Occasionally Kneeling: Occasionally Sitting: Frequently Crouching: Occasionally Crawling: Occasionally Reaching: Occasionally Gripping: Occasionally Lifting: Occasionally Employee requires close, distance and peripheral vision, sense of smell, ability to hear at normal conversation level and communicate at a normal conversational level. The employee requires good use of hands and tactile sense. Work boots, safety glasses, hard hat required at all times on site.