Apprentice (Civil & Infrastructure)

The Apprentice must work safely and productively on various sized Civil and Infrastructure project sites. A successful candidate in this role must be highly motivated and willing to complete any task assigned, along with performing the essential duties of the Apprentice position. All employees are expected to communicate, build relationships with other team members and use good judgment at all times. The Apprentice is expected to have the ability to perform all duties of the position, while being responsible and accountable to complete any other tasks assigned.

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Training & Certifications

Desired

  • OSHA 10 Certification
  • MUTCD Flagger Certification

Physical Working Conditions

Frequently

  • Traveling by land or air & staying out of town overnight
  • Adjusting focus of eyes to bring an object into sharp focus
  • Climbing and balancing
  • Exposure to air contamination (i.e., dust, fume, smoke, toxic conditions, disagreeable odors, etc.)
  • Exposure to an improperly illuminated or awkward and confining workspace
  • Exposure to extreme noise levels
  • Exposure to fumes or airborne particles
  • Exposure to vibration (i.e., operating jackhammer, impact wrench, etc.)
  • Exposure to working above ground level where the possibility of falling exists (i.e. on ladders, rooftops, bucket trucks, scaffolding, etc.)
  • Extreme physical activity performing strenuous work activities
  • Using depth perception to judge distances and spatial relationships
  • Kneeling, bending or crawling
  • Lifting, carrying and moving up to 90 lbs
  • Reaching with arms, grabbing / handling items and using fingers to perceive the attributes of objects and materials
  • Risk of electrocution
  • Standing
  • Talking and hearing
  • Tasting and smelling
  • Using peripheral vision to observe areas that can be seen up and down or to the left and right while eyes are fixed on a given point
  • Using vision to clearly view and perceive objects at 20 feet or more of distance
  • Using vision to identify and distinguish colors
  • Walking
  • Walking and riding on uneven terrain
  • Wearing personal protective equipment
  • Working 40-60 hours per week
  • Working in non-weather related wet or humid conditions
  • Working near moving mechanical parts
  • Working outdoors exposed to extreme temperatures & weather conditions

Occasionally

  • Working at heights
  • Working indoors in a non-conditioned space with poor ventilation
  • Working with explosives
  • Working with toxic or caustic chemicals

Rarely

  • Risk of exposure to radiation
  • Sitting
  • Working indoors in a conditioned space with adequate ventilation
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