18 Mar 2023
Full-Time Concrete carpenter – Oka-Akoko
As a Concrete Finisher, you’ll be responsible for the smoothing and polishing of concrete highway road surfaces. When it comes to the amount of time an employee devotes to one project, the scope and structure of the project are critical. The choice between pursuing a career in a certain field and expanding out Workers may choose to specialize or broaden their horizons as a project progresses or as workload or seasonality dictates. The nature of their work necessitates this
Job Title : Concrete carpenter
Location : Oka-Akoko, Ondo, Nigeria
Salary : $ 22.52 per hour.
Company : Giacorp Contracting
Job Type : Full-Time
- Workers, government officials, the general public, and others communicate by telephone and/or two-way radio; information is disseminated; and messages are received, transmitted, and reacted to.
- Operates a dump truck, front-end loader, backhoe, tamping machine, cement mixer, air compressor, jackhammer, chainsaw, concrete saw, sledgehammer, mallet, shovel, rake, axe, mechanic tools, concrete forms, etc.
- The tasks of the Concrete Finisher involve operating machines and doing manual labor in the construction and finishing of concrete surfaces, as well as aiding with other Public Works projects.
- Accurately leveling the top surface of newly poured concrete on floors, walls, ceilings, and walkways. Using hardening and sealing agents to cure the concrete’s surface.
- Checking fluid levels, replenishing fluids, lubricating and cleaning equipment, and cleaning work spaces are all examples of equipment and tool maintenance activities. Other activities include monitoring equipment operations to ensure efficiency and safety, reporting malfunctioning equipment, and maintaining cleanliness and order in the workplace.
- Sets and aligns the forms to the appropriate pitch and depth after verifying that the forms supporting the concrete are correctly formed.
- You get reports or work orders to complete; you process the information and either forward it or store it for your records.
- Using a number of different cementitious materials to repair damaged concrete surfaces.
- Lifting/moving large objects, shoveling materials, clearing up debris/litter and erecting signage are examples of physical labor chores performed for department projects.
- Compressing concrete using a power vibrator. Anchor bolts, steel plates, and other fittings are installed in newly poured concrete. Utilize a sponge-rubber float or burlap to work the cement into the surface.
- Excellent interpersonal, organizational, and communication skills are required.
- To be considered for this position, you must possess a high school diploma or GED, as well as two (2) years of relevant experience and/or training in the concrete or brick industry, or any combination of these qualifications.
- Summer shifts (day and night) and lengthy hours (70+ hours a week including nights) are usual, so be prepared to be flexible.
- Moving at least 30 pounds and up to 150 pounds with others’ help
- All safety rules and procedures must be adhered to, as well as excellent communication with colleagues, in order to complete projects on time.