Construction laborers perform a wide range of physically demanding tasks involving building structures, tenant improvement, mechanical insulation and lite demolition.
Construction laborers clean and prepare construction sites to eliminate possible hazards. They load, unload, identify, and distribute building materials to the appropriate location according to project plans and specifications on building construction projects.
Construction laborers often help other craft workers, including carpenters, plasterers, iron workers, etc. They may tend machines; for example, they may mix concrete using a portable mixer or tend a machine that pumps concrete, grout, cement, sand, plaster, or stucco through a spray gun for application to ceilings and walls.
Construction laborers operate a variety of equipment including plaster mixers, torches, small mechanical hoists, laser beam equipment, measuring equipment, material moving equipment, etc.
To perform their jobs effectively, construction laborers must be familiar with the duties of other craft workers and with the materials, tools, and machinery they use.
Construction laborers often work as part of a team with other skilled craft workers, jointly carrying out assigned construction tasks.
At other times, construction laborers may work alone, reading and interpreting instructions, plans, and specifications with little or no supervision.
NOTE: In the LA area wages range from $20.23 per hour for entry level apprentices to $44.43 per hour for Journeyman. Wages are determined by union scale as determined in the current collective bargaining agreement.
NOTE: In the San Diego area wages range from $19.00 per hour for entry level apprentices to $37.93 per hour for Journeyman. Wages are determined by union scale as determined in the current collective bargaining agreement.
Anning-Johnson Co and Restec Contractors Inc are Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employers. It is the policy of the Company to provide equal employment opportunities to all qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran or disability status, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law.