Job Title: Foreman – Concrete Construction
NOC: 7205 Contractors and supervisors, other construction trades, installers, repairers and servicers
•Supervise the daily work of assigned work crews on concrete in-land grain terminal constructions projects.
•Supervise the work of assigned work crews during SLIP.
•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): Five
Terms of Employment: Permanent, Full-Time
Wage/Salary: $30.00 to $31.00 per hour based on experience; Overtime provided per provincial standards
Benefits (if applicable):
•Accidental Death and Dismemberment
•Long Term Disability
•Extended Health Care
•Emergency out of Province/Travel Assistance
•Relocation expenses may be covered if successful applicant is not located near location of work. Terms to be negotiated at time of hire.
Location of Work: Yorkton, Saskatchewan
Education Required: High School Diploma or Equivalent
•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
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