Water And Sewer Foreman

274 Construction Group, Inc. Wilmington , NC 28412

Posted 1 week ago

Water and Sewer Foreman Job Summary

Currently, 274 is seeking qualified candidates to lead one of our water and sewer crews. Qualified candidates will have a thorough knowledge of overall jobsite safety (specifically trench safety), grade elevations (% slope of gravity pipe), dewatering techniques, and general installation of water and sewer pipe.

Primary responsibilities:

  • Maintain a safe work environment.
  • Lead and Encourage a healthy crew culture.
  • Lead the installation of Water and Sewer mains, services, and tie-ins.
  • Responsible for aligning pipes per plans.
  • Responsible for digging safely around existing utilities.
  • Setup Pipe Grade laser per plans, specifications, and actual elevations to ensure gravity fed pipe is installed correctly.
  • Ensure pipes are fitted and aligned using grade rods, transit levels, and pipe laser.
  • Cover pipes with dirt or other material.

Requirements

Qualification and Skills:

  • General knowledge of math, including calculating the percent slope of gravity fed pipe.
  • Great work ethic
  • Reliable and trustworthy with valid NC Drivers license.
  • At least 4-years experience laying waterline, sanitary sewer, and storm drain.
  • General knowledge of trench shoring methods

Benefits

Salary and Benefits:

  • 274 Construction Group, Inc. group offers competitive hourly wages starting at $20/hr and increases with experience and performance to $28/hr or negotiated salary.
  • Full Benefit package, United Healthcare health insurance (100% employer contribution), dental, eye, and life insurance offered.
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Water And Sewer Foreman

274 Construction Group, Inc.