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General Labor Applications in 2018

785K+

Construction Superintendent Applications in 2018

488K+

Electrician Applications in 2018

237K+

Welder Applications in 2018

184K+

Carpenter Applications in 2018

140K+

General Labor

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Duties and Responsibilities

  • Unload tools, prepare building site materials, stack building materials, and set up equipment
  • Follow project instructions from construction manager or supervisor
  • Consult with construction plans
  • Direct traffic safely around the construction or road maintenance site
  • Use construction and maintenance tools and equipment to complete daily tasks
  • Follow all health and safety regulations when operating equipment
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Construction Superintendent

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Duties and Responsibilities

  • Consult with building owners and tenants to determine build-out needs
  • Act as a mediator between landlords and tenants to devise mutually beneficial solutions
  • Draw up estimates for construction projects, including labor, materials, and other costs
  • Implement cost-effective solutions and project management techniques throughout project
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Electrician

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Duties and Responsibilities

  • Dealing with the wiring of buildings
  • Working in a range of newly built homes and industrial buildings
  • Creating blueprints
  • Replacing older systems and troubleshooting
  • Climbing power lines and telephone poles or using lift buckets to repair power outages for homes, businesses, and other structures
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Welder

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Duties and Responsibilities

  • Use powered saws, hand shears, and/or chipping knife when necessary
  • Use portable grinder, hand file, and/or scraper when necessary
  • Use precision measuring tools to inspect grooves and angles
  • Maintain proper equipment; repair when needed
  • Conduct tests to check weld quality, including hydrostatic, x-ray, and dimension tolerance
  • Weld parts in flat, vertical, and/or overhead positions
  • Interpret drawings and plans; carry out work accordingly
  • Produce templates and other work aids
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Carpenter

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Duties and Responsibilities

  • Ability to read blueprints, drawings, and sketches and to fully grasp requirements.
  • Accurately taking measurements and calculating the size and amount of material needed for a project.
  • Skilled in use of all tools necessary to cut, shape and smooth lumber and other material (e.g. fiberglass) according to measurements.
  • Able to build window frames, doors, staircases, brattices, and frame buildings by using raw materials or pre-constructed items.
  • Able to install items such as hardwood floors, siding, cabinets, drywall, and insulation a plus
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General Labor

  • Do you have experience operating heavy machinery?
  • Share examples of successful construction projects you've worked on.
  • What measures would you take to keep yourself safe on site?
  • Do you own any safety equipment?

Construction Superintendent

  • On your last project, how did you manage and motivate your team of workers?
  • What safety equipment are you familiar with?
  • Do you have experience reading blueprints?
  • How have you previously reduced costs without sacrificing quality?

Electrician

  • Are you familiar with the National Electrical Code (NEC)?
  • What do you consider essential safety equipment for an electrician?
  • What is the difference between a fuse and a breaker?
  • Do you specialize in any specific areas of electrical work?

Welder

  • Have you worked on boilers, repaired safety valves, or both?
  • What safety training have you done?
  • Do you have experience using computers for work?
  • Can you describe your hardest welding challenge?

Carpenter

  • Do you have your own tools?
  • Describe the process of constructing a wood deck.
  • Do you have residential or construction experience, or both?
  • How do you make sure tools are in good working order?
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