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Construction Site Supervisor Burlington 117462

Position: Construction Site Supervisor Burlington 117462
Employer: Maingate Personnel
City: Burlington
State/Province: ON

Site Supervisor


Our Client, New Alliance, located in Burlington, Ontario, requires a Site Supervisor.

Position is located in Burlington Ontario, but requires travel to surrounding regions.

This is a permanent position for the right candidate with wages starting at $53,040 annually with 2 weeks paid vacation. Benefits are not being offered at this time.

Minimum Completion of Secondary Education Required.

Supervisors will perform the following duties:

  • Supervise, co-ordinate and schedule the activities of workers who operate cranes and construction, paving and other similar heavy equipment
  • Establish methods to meet work schedules and co-ordinate work activities with other project supervisors or managers
  • Requisition materials and supplies
  • Resolve work problems and recommend measures to improve productivity
  • Train or arrange for training of workers
  • Recommend personnel actions such as hiring and promotions
  • Prepare production and other reports
  • Supervise, co-ordinate and schedule the activities of related apprentices, helpers and labourers.

Previous experience MUST include Several years of current field experience

Please submit your resume today for immediate consideration!

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