Laborers will be required to perform tasks involving physical work associated with all aspects of a site excavation project. A site excavation project may include but is not limited to; mass grading operations, underground utility construction that may include all of the following; sanitary sewers, storm sewers and waterlines, road boring and casing, culvert replacement, trenching and directional drilling. In addition, laborers will be required to perform tasks associated with the concrete, asphalt and landscaping. Laborers are expected to work in a fast-paced, physically demanding environment typically outdoors in all weather conditions depending upon their individual assignments. Safety takes precedence on all Rudzik projects. Laborers must have knowledge of safe operation and driving practices as well as the understanding of all power tools needed to complete a given task. The Laborer will report directly to his Site Foreman and or Project Manager.
Operators will be responsible for the operation of all required equipment necessary for the completion of any given project. Operators must have an in-depth knowledge and understand of the working limits of the equipment they are operating as well as an in-depth understanding of the project they are currently involved with. Operators must be aware of their surroundings at all times. Operators are expected to work in a fast-paced, physically demanding environment typically outdoors in all weather conditions depending upon their individual assignments. Safety takes precedence on all Rudzik projects. Knowledge of safe operation and driving practices is expected as well as the understanding of all the equipment needed to complete a given task. The operator will report directly to his Site Foreman and or Project Manager.
Site Foremen will be responsible for the supervision and management of all workers assigned to a specific project. Site Foreman will be responsible for the coordination of all activities of the workers engaged in the construction, installation and repair of structures and fixtures. Foremen must work within given tolerances. Assessing information based on the understanding of the project blueprints and or specifications is fundamental to a successful project. Site Foreman must have the ability to delegate responsibilities as needed. The in this field along with following oral and written directions, plans, and blueprints. Foremen report to their direct Supervisor.
In addition to both single axle and tandem style dump trucks, drivers will be required to operate off-road trucks utilized within the limits of the construction site. Dump truck drivers will be responsible for the safe operation and daily inspections of their assigned dump body trucks. These trucks will be utilized for the transportation and depositing of all construction materials associated with a site construction project. Drivers must have the physical ability to control, maintain, transport, and dump all site construction related materials as needed throughout the construction project. All dump truck drivers must understand the limits of their assigned trucks and be capable of operating all necessary levers and controls as needed for their assignment. Safety takes precedence on all Rudzik projects. Truck Drivers must have knowledge of safe operation and driving practices and obey all the rules of the road. Truck Drivers will report directly to their Site Foreman and or Project Manager.