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Job Descriptions

These descriptions are a bief summary. They included, but are not limited to the descriptions listed below. A full explanation of the job descriptions can be provided upon request.

Full-Time Traveler:

For each of the positions listed below, there is an opportunity to join the full-time travel team. As a member of the travel team, you have an opportunity to see the country, work on unique projects and collect a per diem to offset travel expenses. Click "yes" on the application if you are interested in joining the travel team. 

Laborer:

Perform tasks involving physical labor at construction sites. May operate hand and power tools of all types: air hammers, earth tampers, cement mixers, small mechanical hoists, surveying and measuring equipment, and a variety of other equipment and instruments.

Apprentice:

Responsible for cleaning and preparing construction sites for the erection of structures and buildings. Unloads and loads materials, reads plans and specifications, tends machines, mixes concrete, pours concrete, and assists carpenters, operating engineers, and other construction site workers.

Operator:

A heavy equipment operator drives or controls construction equipment including bulldozers, forklifts, backhoes, dump trucks, cargo trucks, and hydraulic truck cranes. ... Construction equipment operators, who are also called operating engineers, handle loading and excavation machines.

Electrician:

Electricians install and maintain electrical power, communications, lighting, and control systems in homes, businesses, and factories. Duties typically include; 

  • Read blueprints or technical diagrams

  • Install and maintain wiring, control, and lighting systems

  • Inspect electrical components, such as transformers and circuit breakers

  • Identify electrical problems with a variety of testing devices

  • Repair or replace wiring, equipment, or fixtures using hand tools and power tools

  • Follow state and local building regulations based on the National Electric Code

  • Direct and train workers to install, maintain, or repair electrical wiring or equipment

Foreman:

A foreman is usually the top supervisory position in environments such as construction work sites. The individual typically has formal training paired with experience in the industry and has the ability to direct, supervise and troubleshoot common issues that arise on the job.

Superintendant:

A construction superintendent oversees the operations of a construction site, from planning to completion. The duties of a construction superintendent will vary, however, they can expect to be responsible for daily scheduling, supervising all activities and tasks, and ensuring the safety and compliance of the site.

Project Manager:

Construction project managers work in many areas of development and are responsible for overseeing a building project from start to finish. Their duties include hiring laborers and negotiating contracts, and it is also their responsibility to obtain all permits for a building site.

Program Manager:

Estimator: