Construction Flagsperson


Express Employment Regina is URGENTLY looking to hire a dedicated and observant flagger to monitor the flow of traffic around road construction sites. The flagger’s responsibilities include informing motorists of possible detour routes, reporting disobedient drivers to law enforcement officials, and answering motorists questions. You should also be able to direct emergency vehicles safely through construction zones as required. This project will take place around the Val Marie area and will run for at least one month, applicants will be required to have their own vehicle as transportation to and from the job site will be crucial.

Flagger Responsibilities:
-Using hand signals and direction signs to direct traffic around road construction sites.
-Communicating with other flaggers using hand-held radios to direct two-way traffic onto a single lane.
-Informing the construction crew of any traffic issues that may affect their safety.
-Appropriately positioning warning and detour signs around construction sites.
-Setting up barricades and traffic cones along construction sites to cordon off certain areas.
-Removing all signs, barricades, and traffic cones upon completion of construction work.
-Assisting the construction crew in the removal of rubble, debris, and hazardous materials.
-Recording the license plate numbers of motorists who neglect to obey traffic signs and directions.

Flagger Requirements:
-Applicants must have valid flagging certificate through HCSAS
-Proven experience working as a flagger is an asset
-Valid Driver’s license and own vehicle is required
-Sound knowledge of state traffic regulations
-The ability to stand for extended periods
-The ability to work as part of a team
-The ability to work in harsh weather conditions

Education: Grade 10
Experience: 0 to 6 months
Wage: $16/hour plus lots of overtime
Apply by: 09-02-2021
How to apply: Please apply by sending a resume to or call 306-584-5627

While we thank all who apply only successful applicants will be contacted.

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