General Laborers are responsible for various manual tasks such as digging trenches, unloading building materials, and preparing job sites. They use tools like shovels while equipment operators run machinery to help them with their work and assist crews with other necessary tasks.
Equipment Operators safely and efficiently operate heavy commercial equipment such as loaders, excavators and bulldozers, etc. The Equipment Operator may be required to perform rigging duties to raise and lower structures and materials.
A construction foreman works below the superintendent and project managers but above regular construction workers. This places them in a unique position on construction sites, allowing them to serve as a bridge between workers on the ground and upper management. The best foremen have years of experience working in their selected trade, and they coordinate with everyone on the crew to ensure that projects are completed successfully.
CDL Drivers typically drive tri-axle dump trucks. Drivers are responsible for operating trucks to transport materials and/or equipment to various job site locations. This is a skilled position involving the safe and efficient operation of equipment/trucks. CDL licensure required. Work will be performed per the supervisor’s instruction.
A construction supervisor will be involved in the supervision of contractors and other staff in the field and will oversee the construction activities that occur on the worksite. He or she will plan, oversee, and implement construction efforts at work sites and report to the construction manager.
This position reviews design and bidding documents, evaluates contractor bids, and oversees construction progress and scheduling. Additionally, the Construction Project Engineer provides technical support to construction staff under the supervision of the Project Manager.
An experienced construction project manager will be responsible for overseeing a number of different types of construction projects. They will lead projects from initiation to close, hiring subcontractors, working with vendors and tracking inventory of equipment and materials. This person should be knowledgeable about regulations, permits and project management methodology. They should also work well with others, be highly organized and detail-oriented, meet deadlines and strive to stay within budget.
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Northeast Earth Mechanics, LLC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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