The construction sector is rapidly growing in various regions of Canada and with such growth, it is best to have more job vacancies to take up the job. The Canadian construction sector provides jobs to over 1.3 million individuals across various cities and provinces
Construction Workers handle simple and complex manual tasks at construction sites to ensure project completion on time and within budget. They need to perform difficult physical tasks outdoors for extended periods. some construction jobs include bricklayer, roofer, asphalt, carpenter, concrete mixer, plumber, etc
Responsibilities of Construction workers
- Load and unload construction materials
- Assist contractors, engineers, and tradesmen such as Carpenters, Bricklayers, Masons, Electricians, and Plumbers.
- Moving construction supplies
- Direct traffic at or near construction sites.
- Operating construction equipment, including jackhammers, bulldozers, and payloads
- Mix, pour, and work on materials (depending on your job position).
- Demolishing structures based on health and safety regulations.
- Applicants should be able to handle, repair, and maintain various construction tools and machines, such as a power grinder, hammer, etc.
- Applicants should have basic knowledge of building and construction.
- Applicants should be thorough and pay attention to detail.
- The ability to work well with your hands.
- Applicants must possess at least a high school certificate or similar certification.
- The ability to work well with others.
- physical skills like lifting, bending and carrying
- Applicants must be punctual.
- Applicable ust be ready to work as on-site training may be offered.
Construction workers in Canada earn an average salary of $40,000- $55,000 per year. An entry-level salary is $13 per hour
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