Full-Time Concrete Foreman – Muhayil
Worker or craftsman who works with concrete in the building industry as an expert Concrete Finisher or finisher. Concrete forms are formed by this person, therefore they must be placed correctly in both depth and pitch. Pour the concrete from a concrete truck chute, a concrete pump, a concrete mixer, or a wheelbarrow or a concrete mixer straight into the hole. To screed or level the newly put concrete, they use a straightedge crossed back and forth over the tops of the forms as they pour and rake the concrete. A hand trowel, long-handed bull float, or motorized trowels are used to smooth the concrete once it has been leveled and smoothed. Finishers use an edger between the forms and the concrete to create a chamber around the edges, which makes them less prone to chip once the concrete has been leveled and floated. After trowel-finishing the concrete, broom and stamp finishes may be applied to the surface. The broom finish is intended to keep the concrete from sliding, whereas the stamp finish is employed only for aesthetic purposes. A thorough understanding of how to construct and finish head-on curb and gutter sections is essential.
Job Title : Concrete Foreman
Location : Muhayil, Aseer, Saudi Arabia
Salary : $ 24.51 per hour.
Company : R Donovan & Son Electric Co Inc
Job Type : Full-Time
- The Concrete Finisher’s duties include operating machinery and doing manual work in the production and finishing of concrete surfaces, as well as assisting with other Public Works projects.
- First, the forms are checked for accuracy; if there is a problem, the process of setting and aligning them is repeated until they satisfy the standards.
- Leveling the top surface of freshly poured concrete on floors, walls, ceilings, and pathways with precision. Curing the concrete’s surface using hardening and sealing chemicals.
- Compressing concrete using a power vibrator. Anchor bolts, steel plates, and other fittings are installed in newly poured concrete. With a sponge-rubber float or burlap, massage the cement in.
- Regularly inspects and cleans equipment to keep it in working order; monitors equipment operations for efficiency and safety; reports malfunctioning equipment.
- People that work in this field utilize a variety of equipment, machinery, and tools to do their tasks. Dump truck, front-end loader, backhoe, tamping machine, cement mixer, air compressor, jackhammer, concrete saw, mallet, shovel, rake, axe, and mechanic tools are only a few examples. Concrete forms, concrete tools, and so forth.
- Workers, government officials, and the general public communicate by telephone and/or two-way radio; information is sent; and messages are received, relayed, and reacted to by workers, government officials, and the general public.
- Assists in the completion of departmental tasks (such as lifting/moving heavy items, shoveling materials, picking up debris/litter, putting signs, etc.) by doing manual job duties.
- Repairs concrete surfaces using cementitious materials such as sand, different hues, and sand and cement.
- Numerous papers, such as reports or work orders, are given to you for completion; you then process the data and either forward it or retain it for your records.
- Having the capacity to work well with people, maintain a high degree of organization, and communicate clearly are all essential.
- If you want to work as a bricklayer, you’ll need two years of concrete or bricklaying experience and/or training. You may use any other relevant training and talents to finish the task.
- With the help of others, lift at least 30 pounds and up to 150 pounds.
- Working shifts (days, nights) and long hours (70+ hours a week and nights) throughout the summer months is a need.
- To ensure that duties are completed appropriately, this role requires the ability to adhere to and communicate effectively with colleagues and management.