Construction Worker

Various construction sites in Washington D.C., Maryland, and Virginia
General Laborers $13-$16/hr, Asbestos Workers $17-$19/hr
Jun 15, 2017
Jul 20, 2017
Career Level
Entry Level
Full Time

General Construction Labor job description:

•             General Laborer doing a variety of labor tasks including site clean-up, digging and moving dirt, debris clean-up, transferring materials, and other general duties as required. 

•             Physical requirements include bending, stooping, rotating, lifting, digging, standing, working in outside weather elements. Candidate will need to have the appropriate attire for weather, steel or safety-toed boots, long pants, gloves, food and water. 

•             Customer will provide all personal protective equipment other than hard hat, safety vest, safety glasses, and site-specific training according the safety regulations

•             Both Short-Term and Long-Term Opportunities. 

•             Pay varies by assignment and experience level

Asbestos Laborer job description:

•             Removes asbestos from ceilings, walls, beams, boilers, and other structures, following hazardous waste handling guidelines: Assembles scaffolding and seals off work area, using plastic sheeting and duct tape.

•             Positions mobile decontamination unit or portable showers at entrance of work area.


•             Pay varies by assignment and skill level

Job Requirements

General Labor/Construction Labor:

  • Steel toe boots
  • Lift 50+ pounds repeatedly
  • On your feet the entire 8+ hour shift
  • Previous construction or related labor experience is a plus;
  • Pre-employment drug screen is required as a condition of employment. 

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