TRIPLY CONSTRUCTION LLC: Laborer - Yakima, WA

Employer: TRI PLY Construcition LLC

Job Description:
ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS FOR
LABORER
EDUCATION
A high school education or GED is desirable for this position.
EXPERIENCE
A minimum of 4 years construction experience or vocational school training is required.
TECHNICAL SKILLS AND ABILITIES
 Must be able to read, write, and speak English.
 Must be able to read a measuring tape and calculate distances.
 Must be able to use forming systems.
 Must be able to operate the following equipment:
 Fork lift, various pumps, concrete vibrator, jack hammer, compressors,
scissor lifts, concrete cutting equipment, level transit, compactor roller and
truck.
 Must be willing to use and operate other construction equipment in addition to
the above list.
NON TECHNICAL SKILLS AND ABILITIES
 Must be able to work closely with co-workers as a team.
 Must be able to work with minimal supervision.
 Must be able to accept direction.
PHYSICAL SKILLS AND ABILITIES – ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
 Mix, pour, and rod concrete
 Measure distances from grade stakes; drive stakes and stretch tight line.
 Bolt, nail align, and block-up under forms.
 Level earth to fine grade specifications using pick and shovel.
 Mix concrete, using a portable mixer.
 Erect scaffolding, shoring and braces.
 Apply caulking compounds by hand or with caulking gun to seal crevices.
 Erect and repair guard rails, median rails, guide and reference posts, sign
posts, and right-of-way markers along highways.
 Signal to operators of construction equipment to facilitate alignment,
movement, and adjustment of machinery to conform to grade specifications.
 Position, join, align, wrap and seal pipe sections.
 Place and test plastic conduit for electrical cable, when the conduit is buried
underground.
 Mop, or spread bituminous compounds over surfaces for protection (outside
buildings).
 Spray material such as water, sand, steam, vinyl or stucco through holes to
clean, coat or seal surfaces.
 Apply penetrating sealer and primer protective coatings to concrete floors and
steps when safe to walk on.
 Install plastic panels on the inside of existing window frames for insulation
(instead of storm windows). The panels are held in place magnetically (with
metal brackets) and with self-taping screws.
 Clean and grind concrete floors and walls by high pressure waterblasting or
sandblasting preparatory to the application of waterproofing.
 Remove rough or defective spots from concrete surfaces, using grinder or
chisel and hammer; and patching holes with fresh concrete or epoxy
compound when not preparatory to sacking (finishing a large surface of
patched holes).
 Set concrete curb, gutter, and sidewalk forms as a composite crew with
cement masons.
 Lay concrete, granite and brick pavers in beds of sand.
 General clean-up required after damage caused by water or fire.
 All clean-up work required in connection with the above work.
 Clean tools, equipment, materials and work areas:
 When the clean-up is performed for more than one trade (usually
employed by the general contractor).
 When assisting those trades for which laborers have been specifically
designated as tenders, e.g. carpenter tender, cement finisher tender, etc.
 Perform duties as assigned.
In order to perform the above job functions, an applicant must be able to, among other
things:
 Wheelbarrow concrete weighing approximately 600 pounds.
 Lift construction equipment and/or materials weighing up to 100 pounds.
 Lift, kneel, bend, stoop, squat, climb and crawl.
 Stand for up to eight hours per day, depending on task requirements.
 Occasionally work at heights.
 Sustain repetitive hand motion.
 Negotiate around job sites composed of various terrain.
UNUSUAL WORKING CIRCUMSTANCES
 Must be willing to tolerate exposure to temperature extremes while working
outdoors, year-round, on job sites.
 Must be willing to travel out of town.
 Must be willing to be exposed to potentially hazardous materials. Material
Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) are required reading prior to employment.
 Must furnish his/her own hand tools. Required tool list is attached.
 Must be willing to use personal vehicle.
LICENSURE / CERTIFICATION
 Must have a valid Washington State driver’s license.
 Must have current automobile insurance.
ATTENDANCE REQUIREMENTS
 Must be able to work at least an eight hour shift per day, Monday through
Friday; with a one-half hour lunch break and a fifteen minute break each half
shift.
 Must be able to work infrequent overtime.
Management reserves the right to change the duties and qualifications given on this
job description at any time.

Contact Person:
Phone: (509) 453-6581
Email: [email protected]
Location: • Yakima, WA
Application Method: Apply Online
Base Pay: DOE


Posted on October 23, 2023

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