About Hensel Phelps
At Hensel Phelps, construction is our business. With world-class leadership and a well-honed approach developed over more than three quarters of a century, we employ expertise, experience, and ingenuity to build landmark properties – and build lasting relationships with our clients. We approach every project “The Hensel Phelps Way,” inspiring trust and delivering excellence in all we do. Our comprehensive construction services – from preconstruction through constructability and field management – deliver superior results on time and on budget. Hensel Phelps’ Virtual Design and Construction (VDC) technology enhances our ability to deliver projects faster, more cost effectively and with a greater level of quality.
The Hensel Phelps Way is built on four pillars: People, Process, Partnership and Technology.
Hensel Phelps provides generous benefits for our hourly and craft professionals. This position is eligible for medical insurance, life insurance, accidental death & dismemberment, long-term disability, 401(K) retirement plan, and our employee assistance program (EAP). We also believe in the importance of taking time to recharge. As a result, hourly employees earn one hour of paid time off for every 18.75 hours worked during the year, up to a maximum of 80 hours (10 days) per year.
After one (1) year of employment with at least 1,000 hours of service, employees may apply for Core Employee Status. Once an employee becomes a Core Employee, Hensel Phelps will begin paying 100% of the cost for family coverage. This means that you will have Medical Benefits for both you and your family at no cost to you!
Compensation Range: TBD
Laborers have general responsibility to provide support and assistance to the other skilled crafts working on the project. Laborers employed by Hensel Phelps provide support for the form carpenters and for the concrete operation in general, ironworkers/rodbusters involved in installing reinforcing steel, and masons involved in the installation of block and brickwork.
+ Preparation of areas for the placement of concrete involves final excavation of dirt and rock and fine grading for floor slabs. This work involves shoveling for extended periods of time.
+ Assembly of concrete forms, laborers are required to lift form prefabricated metal form panels and assist in their placement.
+ Handle the concrete bucket suspended from a crane that transfers the concrete from the concrete truck to the placement area. After the concrete is poured from the bucket, laborers muck the concrete in slabs to spread it evenly.
+ After the concrete has cured, the laborers assist in stripping the concrete forms and transporting them for storage.
+ Assist concrete finishers in moving power trowels and power screeds used to finish the concrete surface.
+ Support of block masons installing masonry work by handling and transporting bags of cement, lime, sand, and grout. This includes stocking blocks and bricks.
+ Assist carpenters in handling and setting door frames. This entails transporting the door frames from the storage area to the work areas and stacking the door frames where needed.
+ Loads, unloads, and identifies building materials, machinery, and tools. Distributes site materials to the appropriate locations, according to project plans and specifications. Responsible for ensuring that all materials are properly distributed, and the site is swept and well maintained.
+ Promotes a safe work environment and communicates jobsite hazards. This includes helping to secure the jobsite at the end of business each day and verifying that all site materials are properly stored.
+ High School Diploma or GED.
+ Valid Driver’s License.
+ Follow safe work practices in accordance with the Hensel Phelps safety and health program.
+ Must be able to take initiative and ask questions.
+ Possess a keen attention to detail and be able to follow instructions.
+ Workers must provide their own safety footwear.
+ Must be able to communicate effectively and professionally with co-workers and stakeholders.
+ Strong mathematical reasoning and quantitative skills.
+ Must be reliable and punctual. This includes having reliable transportation and consistent work attendance.
+ Experienced in construction layout, blueprint reading and shop drawing reading
+ OSHA 10 Certification
+ CPR & First Aid Certification
Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer:
Hensel Phelps is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer. Hensel Phelps shall not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment on the basis of race, color, religion, including performance of religious obligations, age, weight, height, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or transgender status, marital or domestic partner status, ancestry, national origin, disability or AIDS/HIV status, or protected veteran status in regard to any position for which the employee or applicant for employment is qualified, or because of association with members of classes protected in this policy.
Hensel Phelps will provide reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities. If you require accommodation related to completing the online application, please contact us via email JFoster@henselphelps.com