Successful Construction Workers for Story Construction are team players who take responsibility and pride in the quality of their work. As a Construction Worker, you are responsible for participating in a variety of building and construction projects using a wide variety of construction equipment, tools, and processes; you must work in a manner that helps to create a safe and healthy job site and support the Story Construction Core Values of being honest, caring, having integrity, hardworking, helpful, and planful.
- Preparing construction site each day by preparing materials, tools, and equipment
- Perform building and construction work which includes, but is not limited to concrete walls, foundations, and slab, structural steel and metal erection, interior, and exterior process pipe installation, and general carpentry and finishes
- With proper training, operate a variety of hand and power tools, forklifts, skid loaders, and other tools and equipment as directed
- Load and unload construction supplies and equipment
- Shovel materials to and from job site such as dirt, asphalt, etc.
- Site cleanup duties
- Conduct job site safety walk-through
- Follows all health and safety regulations when performing work and as otherwise instructed
- Train others on experienced tasks and learn tasks as needed or instructed
- Ensure that equipment and tools are cleaned and stored properly, and assist with inventory management
- Actively participate in work planning and KATA (continuous improvement process)
- Follow all company work and safety policies and procedures
- Additional duties as assigned
- Ability to get self to and from job sites
- Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively with others
- Demonstrated dependability
- Ability to travel out of town, and over-night as needed
- Minimum Tool Requirement: Toolbelt, 16oz or larger hammer, crescent adjustable wrench, screwdriver (6-1 type), tape measure, speed square, retractable utility knife, chalk box, Kline pliers
- Previous experience in construction
- Valid Driver’s License
Behavioral and Physical Function Requirements:
The Construction Worker will work in conditions of repetitive movement, bending and twisting, climbing, using hands to lift, push, pull, carry, handle, control, or feel objects, tools, or controls. The Construction Worker lifts heavy objects (50+ pounds), walks and stands for long periods of time, and performs strenuous physical labor under adverse field conditions. Must be able to read and follow instructions. Must be able to work harmoniously with others.