What does a Laborer/Supervisor do?

As a Laborer you provide physical labor on a construction site. Under direct supervision, you will be expected to safely operate machinery and be responsible for its maintenance and upkeep. You will assist skilled trades as needed and load and unload deliveries to the work site. In addition, you will maintain a safe job site by removing any hazards.

You could be the ideal candidate if you have a GED or H.S. diploma and some experience as a laborer able to operate a variety of tools and machinery and can lift over 50 pounds and do repetitive movements with little break in between. You must be willing to work in all types of weather including extreme conditions and can pass a drug screen before an offer an be extended.

  • Be at the job site on time
  • Provide assistance on the site as needed
  • Perform care and maintenance of assigned tools
  • Load and unload materials
  • Remove hazards from the job site
  • Assemble scaffolding
  • Perform physical labor on construction sites
  • Clean job sites
  • 0-2 years of experience as a laborer
  • Must be able to lift 50+ pounds
  • Ability to pass a drug screen
  • Able to do repetitive movements _ bend, lift, in one shift with little break in between
  • Willingness to work a varied schedule each week
  • Able to work in all types of weather include extreme conditions
  • Operate a variety of tools and machinery
  • Must be dependable
  • Must have reliable transportation
EducationBachelor's Degree
Work/Life Balance
3.4 ★
Salary Range--
Career Opportunity
3.3 ★
Avg. Experience8+ years

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Nystrom and AssociatesNystrom and Associates
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“Being able to set my own schedule from week to week is AWESOME and highly beneficial to my family!”

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17 Feb 2020

“Money isn't the best but it is progressive and reasonable until you hit a ceiling”

deVere GroupdeVere Group
8 Oct 2019

“The malta experience was challenging but really fun and one of the best experiences of my career so far!”

University of Texas at ArlingtonUniversity of Texas at Arlington
9 Aug 2021

“None !! No cons all done goodness you have a nice day and a safe flight and good”

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7 Sep 2019

“Bullying within the small teams is unfortunately prevelent and little (or nothing) is being done to prevent this.”

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Temp Worker
1 Jul 2020

“the person managing me was very organised and friendly and worked in my best interest.”

United AgenciesUnited Agencies
26 Dec 2021

“It was not good for me because I am quite ambitious and wanted my career to grow considerably.”

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“The exotics you get to work with are amazing and nice to be able to hand raise some.”

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The most common qualifications to become a Laborer Supervisor is a minimum of a Bachelor's Degree and an average of 0 - 1 of experience not including years spent in education and/or training.