** Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice. **
Carpenter – Lays out work from plans or sketches; builds wooden structures, such as concrete forms, falsework, pouring chutes, scaffolds, etc.; builds in place to line and grade, or prefabricates in units to be erected later; builds forms for bridges, drainage structures, walls, etc.; and may perform other related duties.
Class “A” Operator – operates a backhoe/hydraulic excavator crane, end loader (3 yards and over), motor patrol (rough), tractor (crawler/ utility), scraper, shovel, or trenching machine, etc.
Class “B” Operator– operates a backhoe/hydraulic excavator, bulldozer or push dozer, end loader (less than 3 yards) motor patrol (rough), tractor (crawler/utility), scraper, shovel, or trenching machine.
Class “C” Operator– operates an asphalt paver, concrete finishing machine, concrete paver, scale, spreader (self-propelled), concrete grinder, asphalt milling machine, or boring machine (horizontal).
Class “D” Operator– operates a bobcat, central mixing plant, concrete pump, concrete saw, curb machine (automatic or manual), dozer or loader (stockpile), drill (piling), mulcher or seeder, rock drill (truck mounted), roller (asphalt), roller (compaction self- propelled), soil stabilization machine, tractor (boom and hoist), bituminous distributor machine, pump, track drill, or striping machine.
Concrete Finisher – finishes wet surfaces to grade with hand tools, floats, trowels, screeds, templates and straight edges on all types of concrete work requiring a fine finish; and may perform other related duties.
Crane Operator– responsible for operating a mobile crane to lift, move, position, and reposition loads. The Operator controls crane functions by depressing buttons and foot pedals as well as manipulating levers. The Operator will be required to unload crane accessories from trailers or support vehicles.
Foreman– Construction worker charged with organizing the overall construction of a particular project. They are responsible for providing proper documentation to workers so they can complete tasks. Ensures proper equipment is being utilized on site.
Ironworker (Reinforcing)– performs layout work of rods within area to be paved; fastens rods in place with wire or fasteners and bends or adjusts as required; selects and places steel bars or spirals in concrete forms to reinforce concrete; may cut rods with hack-saw or oxyacetylene torch; may bend rods, using a rod-bending machine; may prefabricate reinforcement assembly for placement complete in forms; and may perform other related ironwork duties.
Ironworker (Structural) – works as a member of a group that raises and places fabricated structural-steel members, such as girders, plates, and columns to unite them permanently to form a completed structural-steel framework; heats rivets, signals erection cranes, splices cables, and rigs equipment which may include dismantling and erecting large units of equipment; may spin suspension bridge cables; and may perform other related ironwork duties.
Laborer– works in construction covering many unskilled occupations; works with all doing everything from pick and shovel work to cleaning up lumber, and hammering, shoveling and placing concrete; applies coats of oil to inside face of forms; strips forms; works on rock crushers to feed traps; opens cement sacks to batch plant; lowers pipes into ditches for pipelayers; works with dirt crew to move construction layout stakes; serves as dump man; spreads hot asphaltic matelial over roadbeds with shovel; operates hand concrete buggy or wheelbarrow; helps painter to prepare surfaces for painting and cleans paint equipment; carries rods to forms or attaches them to cable of hoisting machines; and may perform other related duties.
Mechanic (Class I) Heavy – assembles, sets up, adjusts, maintains and repairs all types of construction equipment, such as internal combustion engines, air compressors, pumps, concrete mixers, heavy earth moving equipment, rock crushers, and paving equipment; may perform the duties of a welder in repair of equipment; and may perform other related duties.
Mechanic (Class II) Light – assembles, sets up, adjusts, maintains and repairs all types of construction equipment, such as internal combustion engines, air compressors, pumps, concrete mixers, heavy earth moving equipment, rock crushers, and paving equipment; may perform the duties of a welder in repair of equipment; and may perform other related duties and periodically needs and receives assistance from a mechanic – class I.
Skilled Laborer – is an air tool operator, asphalt raker, chain saw operator, concrete mixer operator (less than 1 yard), concrete rubber, edger, fence erector, form setter (steel road), guard rail erector, mechanics helper (tire changer or oiler), mortar mixer, nozzleman or gun operator (gunite), pipelayer, or sign erector.
Truck Driver (2 axles) – drives a multi-rear axle truck for transporting construction materials; may oil, grease or otherwise service and make necessary adjustments to equipment as needed; and may perform other related duties. The truck may have various kinds of bends attached, such as a dump, flat bed, water tank, etc. The truck may be a water wagon, service truck, hoist truck, etc.)
Truck Driver (3/4 axles) – may pull a semi-trailer or trailer to transport construction equipment and materials.
Truck Driver (5+ axles) – operates heavy duty off-road or rock moving equipment, such as, but not limited to a Koehring dumpster, Euclid either back or bottom dump, International Payhauler, etc.; may oil, grease or otherwise service and make necessary adjustments to equipment as needed; and may perform other related duties.