The Laborer will assist the project with various assignments as necessary. Often will work on a variety of tasks within a given day.
Laborer will report to general foreman and/or superintendent.
Willingness to get the job done
Ability to use a hammer, wheelbarrow, chipping gun (air or electric), broom, wrecking bar, sledge hammer (10#), compacting equipment, concrete vibrator, shovel, rake, concrete moving hand tools, pumps, hoses, power tools, air tools, t-post driver, pick ax, chainsaw, or power washer
Familiar working alongside and within the vicinity of motorized equipment.
Ability to communicate with operators, workers, and pedestrians.
Ability to direct and flag traffic.
Able to work on a ladder, platform, or scaffold.
Able to follow verbal and/or written direction.
Able to complete tasks without constant supervision.
Able to work at heights six feet and greater when provided safety equipment and training.
Familiar with the operation of small engines.
General Labor and daily housekeeping
Install and remove temporary protection
Support carpenters in daily activities
Wreck concrete forms
Assist Carpenters in scaffolding
Loading and Unloading of materials
Clean occupied and soon to be occupied spaces
Mowing and light landscaping
Support concrete finishers in daily activities.
Must be able to work in a safe and effective manner while helping accomplish project tasks as directed by verbal or written communication without constant supervision.
You may be exposed to noise, dampness, heat, cold, dust, fumes (occasionally, but always well-ventilated), chemicals (will work with, but normally won’t work in a chemical environment) and confined spaces (on occasion).
50% of day is spent standing, 50% of work is inside (usually not air conditioned), 50%
of work is outside.
Temperatures range from 25° to 1150 F.
Essential Job Functions:
You must be able to twist, stoop, bend, squat, kneel, crawl, climb ladders, climb stairs, walk on uneven ground, work above ground on scaffolds, see colors to read GHS labeling on containers, have depth perception to avoid excavations and other hazards, hear well enough to recognize the sound of horns on moving equipment and have good finger manipulation.
There is constant lifting of 10 pounds and under and occasional lifting of 60 pounds. Lifting also entails reaching at, above and below shoulder height.
You will be required to wear puncture resistant footwear, long pants and four- inch sleeves on shirts. PPE (hard hat, safety glasses, etc.) is required. All safety appliances (hard hat, safety glasses, gloves, high visibility vest, ear plugs, fall protection, respiratory equipment, etc.) will be provided.
SpawGlass is an EEO Employer
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