Employer: TRI PLY Construcition LLC
ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS FOR
A high school education or GED is desirable for this position.
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
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
Mop, or spread bituminous compounds over surfaces for protection (outside
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
Set concrete curb, gutter, and sidewalk forms as a composite crew with
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
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.
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
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.
Phone: (509) 453-6581
Email: [email protected]
Location: Yakima, WA
Application Method: Application: https://www.triply.com/_files/ugd/0bb3f0_fb1ba63e763a405e95bfd0085082c821.pdf
Base Pay: DOE
2011 W. Washington Ave
Yakima, WA 98903