Construction Labourer And Helper Posted on Feb 05, 2018 by Manhattan Concrete
Location Edmonton, AB
Earnings $16.00 to $25.00 hourly
Work Hours 40 to 60 hours per week
Position Seasonal Full Time
Vacancies 5 Vacancies
Closing Date Mar 27, 2018
No degree, certificate or diploma
Equipment and Machinery Experience
- Trampers (Jumping Jack)
- Concrete saws
- Concrete vibrators
- Chain saw
1 year to less than 2 years
Sidewalks and curbs
- Remove rubble and other debris at construction sites
- Load, unload and transport construction materials
- Level earth to fine grade specifications
- Erect and dismantle concrete forms, scaffolding, ramps, catwalks shoring and barricades
- Steel-toed safety boots
Work Site Environment
- Own transportation
- Own vehicle
- Valid driver's licence
Work Conditions and Physical Capabilities
- Fast-paced environment
- Repetitive tasks
- Physically demanding
- Tight deadlines
- Overtime required
Work Location Information
How to Apply
Anyone who can legally work in Canada can apply for this job. If you are not currently authorized to work in Canada, the employer will not consider your job application.
Mar 27, 2018
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Interest in comparing to sort, clean and pile salvaged materials; in removing rubble and other debris using rakes, shovels, wheelbarrows and other equipment; in cleaning up chemical spills and other contaminants, and removing asbestos and other hazardous materials; and in directing traffic at, or near, construction sites
Interest in operating pneumatic hammers, vibrators and tampers; and in tending and feeding machines and equipment such as mixers, compressors and pumps
Interest in assisting to drill and blast rock, to align pipes and perform related activities during oil and gas pipeline construction and to demolish buildings using prying bars and other tools
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