Full-Time Concrete Finisher Supervisor – Doha
Tradesman that works with concrete by putting, finishing, and preserving and repairing it on building projects. Setting the concrete forms and making certain they have the right depth and pitch are the responsibilities of this individual. Using a concrete truck chute, a pump, a bucket, or a wheelbarrow, you may pour the concrete. Uses shovels and rakes to put the concrete and a straightedge to screed (or level) the newly laid concrete on top of the forms. A hand trowel, long-handed bull float, or motorized trowels are used to smooth the concrete once it is leveled. An edger is used by concrete finishers to create a chamfer around the concrete’s edges after it has been poured and floated. Outdoor concrete may be finished using a broom or a stamp after the trowel-finish has been applied. The broom and stamp finishes are both intended to prevent people from sliding on the pavement. It is essential to know how to create and complete a piece of head on curb and gutter.
Job Title : Concrete Finisher Supervisor
Location : Doha, Ad Dawhah, Qatar
Salary : $ 24.58 per hour.
Company : jouyll.com
Job Type : Full-Time
- Construction and finishing of concrete surfaces are among the tasks of the Concrete Finisher, who also assists with other Public Works projects.
- Operates a dump truck, front-end loader, backhoe, tamping machine, cement mixer, air compressor, jackhammer, chainsaw, concrete saw, sledgehammer, mallet, shovel, rake, axe, mechanic tools, concrete tools, concrete forms, and other equipment, machinery, and tools utilized in department projects.
- Checking fluid levels, replenishing fluids, lubricating and cleaning equipment, and cleaning work spaces are all examples of equipment and tool maintenance activities. Other activities include monitoring equipment operations to ensure efficiency and safety, reporting malfunctioning equipment, and maintaining cleanliness and order in the workplace.
- Repairing damaged concrete surfaces by using a range of various kinds of cementitious materials.
- Leveling freshly poured concrete on floors, walls, ceilings, and walkways. When it comes to curing concrete, it is necessary to use 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.
- Working with heavy equipment, shoveling materials, picking up trash and erecting signage are all examples of the physical work required to support departmental undertakings.
- Workers, government officials, the general public, and others may call or use two-way radio to get information and service.
- You will be provided a range of papers to complete, such as reports or work orders; you will then process the information and either send it on or store it for your records.
- Before setting and aligning forms, checks that they have been made correctly; if they aren’t, they’re reworked until they meet the required specifications.
- Working effectively with others, being well-organized, and being able to express oneself clearly are all necessary skills.
- Summertime work shifts (days and nights) and lengthy hours (70+ hours a week) are needed.
- A high school diploma or GED is needed, as well as two (2) years of prior experience and/or training in concrete or brick work; or any comparable combination of education, training, and experience that provides the necessary knowledge, skills, and abilities for this position.
- In order to ensure that duties are completed appropriately, this role requires the ability to adhere to rules and communicate effectively with colleagues and management.
- With the help of others, lift at least 30 pounds and up to 150 pounds.