May 23, 2024

Modular Construction Foreman/woman

$35.00 - $42.00 hourly
  • Blue Collar Modular Housing Ltd.
  • BC and Alberta (Camp Work)
No Vaccination Mandate Construction Skilled Labor

Job Description

Company:                            Blue Collar Modular Housing Ltd.

Position:                             Modular Construction Foreman/woman – Contractors and supervisors,   carpentry trades (NOC 72013) (TEER 2)

Location:                              BC and Alberta (Camp Work)

Job Type:                             Full time with overtime pay

Wage:                                   $35.00 to $42.00 per hour

Benefits:                              Extended Health Care

Schedule:                            10-hour shifts

Language requirement: English

Blue Collar Modular Housing Ltd. is looking for an experienced Modular Construction Foreman/Woman to work on upcoming modular construction projects throughout Western Canada.  Blue Collar installs and demobilizes temporary and permanent structures, including multi-unit housing, remote camps, offices, field units and modular schools.

Applicant must be a team player with a strong work ethic and have an exemplary safety record. Must have good communication skills and work well with both clients and co-workers.

This is a full-time position with relocation to multiple locations as required; a live-out allowance and accommodation are provided. A criminal record check is mandatory for applicants.

Job Details:

·         Schedule of 18 days on 10 days off. Schedule can be flexible based on cross shift supervisor.

·         Live out allowance of $50/day if providing your own food.

·         Company vehicle provided while on shift.

·         Accommodations covered by BCMH.

·         10-hour workdays – 7 days a week is typical unless city bylaws dictate otherwise

·         All OT is paid as per Employment standards BC. Over 8 hrs daily are 1.5x, over 40 hrs regular time a week is 1.5x, anything over 12hrs daily is 2x.

·         Flights will be booked by BCMH, and travel time is paid if traveling in company vehicle 1+ hr more from airport. Flights will be booked from nearest airport. Travel to airport is responsibility of team member and any costs associated with vehicle storage at airport is responsibility of team member.

·         Laptop will be provided to you by BCMH for review of plans, emails, and Corecon.

·         Work cell phone can be provided to you, or if preference is to use personal cell phone, then a $75/month allowance is given.

·         Project bonuses to be given to supervisor and team based on performance of project.

Responsibilities and duties:

·         Install modular components as required including:

o   Exterior crane setting, Roofing, Framing, Siding

o   Foundations

o   Stairwells, Walkways

o   Interior finishing, Flooring, Walls, Interconnects

·         Supervise, coordinate, and schedule crew.

·         Capability of reading architectural and structural plans.

o   Confirming team members are following the plans.

·         Establish efficient work methods and coordinate activities with other departments.

·         Requisition materials and supplies needed for projects.

·         Resolve work-related issues and suggest productivity improvements.

·         Provide or arrange training for workers.

·         Recommend personnel actions like hiring and training.

·         Ensure adherence to safety standards.

·         Prepare schedules and reports.

·         Complete all safety paperwork as required.

·         Supervise apprentices, helpers, and laborers as necessary.

·         Corecon Management (*online construction management software):

o   Input hours to the correct job cost codes along with tracking 1.0x, 1.5x, 2.0x hourly rates for team members.

o   Input misc. expenses.

§  Company credit card purchases

§  Live out allowances

§  Reimbursements to team for vehicle expenses or other approved purchases

§  Commercial account purchases are put into Corecon by others.

o   Input equipment timecards for vehicles & equipment on site

o   Review of Budget for larger projects on a weekly basis with BCMH

·         Manage subcontractors as needed including inspections, quality of work, scheduling, auditing


·         Superior leadership skills

·         5-7 years of experience as a qualified carpenter

·         2 years of supervisory or management experience

·         Be willing to travel often

·         Pass regular standard drug and alcohol testing

·         Pass an industry related physical fitness test

·         Be able to legally work in Canada

·         Valid driver’s license with a clean driver’s abstract

·         Have the following certifications:

o   CSTS- Construction Safety Training System

o   First Aid Level One

o   H2S Alive

o   Fall Protection

o   Transportation of Dangerous Goods




·         Journeyman/woman trade certification as a carpenter

·         Priority will be given to those with equipment operator tickets such as telehandler, Aerial Work Platform and Skid steer.

How to Apply:  Email resume to

Please supply references with your resume.  Only those applicants we are interested in interviewing will be contacted.

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