Laborers and helpers work in all fields of construction, commercial jobs, and other businesses, and the demand for these workers should mirror the level of overall activity. We would love to add more General Laborers like you
Job duties of a General Laborer vary from cleaning and preparing a jobsite, loading and delivering materials; using different tools and machines, such as blowtorches; driving forklifts; reading levels; operating lifts; and manning power drills, grinders, saws, pressure washers, and water spraying equipment but not limited to just these tasks. Laborers may set up and take down ladders, scaffolding, and other temporary structures. They help carpenters, masons, and other specialized contractors on jobsites with tasks to help projects to completion.
Digging, Moving dirt or other material as directed in plans or by supervisor
Moving, securing, installing, building, loading, or unloading materials
Assisting in the building or construction of various projects
Assisting Journeymen and Organizing tools.
Specialized tasks may require on-the job training
Moving items from place to place, according to direction from the site supervisor
Maintaining safety practices and a clean work site at all times.
Moving, or loading and unloading materials.
Qualifications & Experience