employment opportunities

We at Nu-Worx always welcome any newcomer to our team. As of now positions that we are currently seeking to fill are:
General Construction Laborer, Roofing & Sheet Metal Mechanic, and Construction Superintendent.

Sheetmetal / Roofing Mechanic
Full-time $16-25 / Hour
Communicate with Superintendent and or Foremen regarding scope of work and daily goals.
•Ensure that job has all necessary materials, equipment, and tools for project task completion.
• Understand quality control standards and ensure their implementation. Make sure Jobs are built to quality standards. Strive for no-defect construction.
• Coordinate with co-workers on job task and scheduling of projects
• Perform installation of Sheetmetal and roof systems specific to current job for the completion of daily project task.
• Keep builder and project manager informed of job production status.
• Notify Superintendent far enough in advance of any materials, equipment, and tool deficiencies.
• Conduct pre-closing walk-throughs with Superintendent to resolve any punch list items.
• Ready to learn from on-the-job training when necessary.
• Interior and exterior renovations may require work to be done in extreme (heat, cold or humid conditions) or harsh environments
• Occasionally be asked to perform other duties not listed above that are in the best interests of the company

General Construction Laborer
Full-time $12-14 / Hour
performing various types of manual and physical labor required for a worksite. They may prepare sites by cleaning them, loading or unloading materials and removing hazards. A general laborer may also run some types of equipment, use a variety of hand tools or put together and take apart scaffolding and other temporary structures. General laborers are also typically responsible for ensuring the worksite remains safe at all times by cleaning regularly. Strength and stamina are important in this role as there will be many hours spent on your feet and lifting heavy items. Mechanical skills are also useful but can also be learned.
Reports to: Foreman
• Perform tasks as assigned by Foreman, which may include but not be limited to assisting in sheet metal
install, roofing, demolition, carrying supplies and materials, setting up and breaking down workstations
and scaffolding, minor carpentry, tool maintenance, punch list tasks, assisting trade contractors, etc.
• Keep jobsites clean. Make sure debris is contained in proper Dumpsters. Do exterior pick-up and
interior sweeping/tidying once a day (or more often, as directed by Foreman.)
• Help Foreman receive material deliveries. Unload trucks and stack and store materials. Protect lumber
and other materials from exposure to weather.
• Install and remove temporary warning flag lines on jobsite to ensure jobsite safety.
• Preparing materials, equipment and tools for installer to make each jobsite process run as efficient as possible.
• Report any problems, damage, hazardous conditions, and oversights to Foreman
• Care for all construction equipment, machine and tools
• Help equipment operator, carpenters, and other skilled labor when necessary.
• Prep construction sites by cleaning obstacles and hazards.
• Load or unload construction materials.
• Put together and take apart temporary structures, such as scaffolding.
• Follow instructions from supervisors.
• Ready to learn from on-the-job training when necessary.
• Interior and exterior renovations may require work to be done in extreme (heat, cold or humid
conditions) or harsh environments

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