Responsibilities for Construction Worker

  • Ready the construction site each day for the current project by preparing materials, tools, and equipment
  • Apply new project instructions for each job and make adjustments as direction by the construction manager or supervisor
  • Wear clean safety equipment, such as ear plugs, safety glasses, gloves, helmets, and boots that are in good repair
  • Comply with health and safety regulations when operating equipment or walking on the job site even when not on active duty
  • Maintain a brisk and productive pace of activities to complete all assigned tasks within time constraints
  • Leave construction equipment and tools clean, organized, and stored in an orderly fashion after each use
  • Dispose of debris and hazardous materials according to local environmental standards and regulations
  • Provide assistance to other team members on various tasks if your duties are completed ahead of schedule

Qualifications for Construction Worker

  • Familiarity with hand tools such as power drills, hammers, and saws
  • Ability to perform repetitive actions using your hands, arms, wrists, fingers, legs, or other body parts
  • Commitment to wearing protective safety gear for heat, noise, and prevention of injury on the job site
  • Steady hands and ability to balance well even on high beams or scaffolding
  • General knowledge of construction operations and procedures
  • Ability to work well with a team of subcontractors and a supervisor

All contractors are considered W9 Contractors and Pay will be $18/hour. Vaccinations are required.

Job responsibilities may change from time to time based on the needs of the business.

Maine is an at-will state and this is not considered a contract for employment.

To apply, email us your resume and a little bit about why you would be a good fit for Timberwoods Farm. We look forward to hearing from you!