General Construction Laborer
Rummel Construction, Inc is seeking general construction laborers to work on earthmoving projects throughout the Southwest. Ready for something new in your career or considering a pivot into a new industry? The laborer position is a great place to start!
A Day In the Life
On earthmoving projects, the role of a laborer will vary day to day. One day you may be working as a certified traffic control flagger (we’ll train you), the next day you may be setting rip rap rock in a flood control channel. Labor crews are vital to the set up of new projects and frequently set up massive sprinkler systems to prepare the soil for our equipment. The common theme is that you’re going to be working on the ground with hand tools, doing lots of walking, lifting and carrying. If you’ve never worked in construction, this is a great primer to becoming familiar with the equipment and labor involved.
You can expect to:
This is a safety-sensitive position that requires the following:
What else to expect:
Our projects typically run Monday-Friday, during daylight hours. What that means is when the sun starts coming up earlier in the day (think summer), we start working earlier. In the summer you can expect to start work at 5:30 AM. Overtime is allowed, but not guaranteed. Lastly, and we can’t stress this enough – reliable transportation is a must!
What do we offer?
For 25 years Rummel Construction has been a leader in the heavy civil earthmoving industry. We own and operate more than 200 pieces of heavy equipment and are more than 600 strong in Arizona. We’re dedicated to safe production, employee engagement and career development. As we grow, we want you to grow with us. A good number of our current Heavy Equipment Operators started as laborers, so if you’re looking to get into that, this is the place to be!
Job Type: Full-time
Pay: $17.00 – $20.00 per hour
Work Location: Multiple Locations