Construction Site Assistant

CONSTRUCTION SITE ASSISTANT (Winnipeg, Manitoba | Workplace Type: On-site)

Are you looking to get your foot in the door of the construction industry? Would your excellent customer service skills create a welcoming environment for customers? As the Construction Site Assistant, you will travel from site to site to support Supervisors. This will include monitoring cleanliness, safety and attending to customers’ needs. If this position sounds of interest to you, then please apply today!

WHAT YOU WILL DO:
* Keep workplaces clean and serviced appropriately
* Help various staff on-site to ensure that the build is progressing
* Process deposit returns
* Report any hazards or concerns to the Site Supervisor
* Install signage for employees and customers
* Prepare properties for the walkthrough
* Assist with various special projects as assigned 

MUST-HAVES
* Entry-level experience in residential construction
* Excellent communication and organizational skills
* A valid driver’s license and your own vehicle
* Safety boots (other personal protective gear is provided)

ADDITIONAL INFO:
* Days, 7:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. but must be flexible
* $16.00 – $18.00 per hour

APPLY NOW! 
Please send a resume (quoting job number 19698) to Marlon Persaud at mpersaud@pinnacle.jobs.

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Location:

Winnipeg, MB

Job type: Full-time

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