Dec 23, 2020

Construction Foreman

  • Todd & Sargent
  • Dugald, MB, Canada
Full time Construction Management Skilled Labor

Job Description


Job Duties:
·   Supervise the daily work of assigned work crews.

·   Evaluate crew performance and providing them with coaching and feedback to grow and develop their skills and abilities.
·   Supervise the assembly/installation of a wide variety of equipment by determining proper hoisting/rigging devices needed to safely maneuver the equipment into place.
·   Read, interpret, and apply technical information.
·   Read work orders and material lists.
·   Provide employee on-the-job training.
·   Recommend staffing decisions such as hiring, promotions, and terminations. 
·   Ensure that safety policies, procedures and practices are followed by all crew.
·   Abide by all the company’s field safety rules and work with leads on performing all tasks in the safest manner.
·   Conduct tool/equipment safety training with their crew.
·   Conduct job site safety audits at the direction of the site superintendent and safety personnel.
·   All other duties assigned by superintendent/general foreman. 

Number of Positions (if more than one): Four
Terms of Employment: Permanent, Full-Time
Wage/Salary: $29.00-$32.00 per hour
Benefits (if applicable):


Accidental Death and Dismemberment
Dependent Life
Long Term Disability
Extended Health Care
Dental Care
Emergency out of Province/Travel Assistance
Location of Work: Dugald, MB, Project Site  8 km East on Hwy 15
 Grand Plains, MB, Project Site ½ km South on Poplar E
Education Required:  High School Diploma or Equivalent

Work Experience:
•  At least 5 years’ of SLIP Deck leadership experience. 
•  Possess a good working knowledge of form building and all types of concrete work.
•  Be able to read and understand blue prints, charts and operating manuals. 
•  Be able to use prints to perform detailed layout duties.   
•  Possess the basic knowledge of equipment rigging; such as cranes, mechanical (crab),  electric winches, torches, welding equipment, and lifting equipment.   
•  Know welding symbols and standard mechanical drafting symbols. 
•  Be proficient in basic fabrication operations.
•   Possess the basics of equipment assembly procedures to include gear drives and conveying equipment.
•   Be able to assemble, troubleshoot and problem solve with mechanical equipment
•  Commissioning experience.

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