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General Laborer

Position Overview

This is where it all starts. As a laborer, you do exactly as the job title suggests whether it be rigging pipe, shoveling concrete, sweeping sidewalks, or supporting the overall operation however you can. Machines do a lot of the work, but we still rely on hardworking people to do the last and often most important 5-10%. Regardless of where you aspire to be later in your career, this is the best place to start.

Trainings:

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Safety Orientation

GCI culture Orientation

Requirements:

Willingness to work Hard.

Hunger to learn.

No fear of manual labor.

Desire to serve others.

Potential Career Path

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Excavation Laborer

Position Overview

An excavation laborer is essential to the success of an Excavation Crew. You have already gained experience as a General Laborer and have progressed in the Specifics of excavation and Grading. You have a basic understanding of the methods and Sequencing of the work and the safety risks that come along with earthwork. You know the names and Functions of the tools associated with excavation. You know how to efficiently shovel, Rake and Hold the grade rod. You listen and Take advice from your Crew lead and foreman.

Trainings:

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Excavation Specific Safety Training

Grade rod, Spotting and Hand signals

Hungry Humble and Capable Training

Requirements:

Maintain requirements of the General Labor

Hold a grade rod and check grade

Shovel/Rake efficiently

Be a Spotter for equipment and trucking

Excavation laborer Level 1: Performing the basic requirements listed above.
Excavation Laborer Level 2: Performing the tasks above requiring little Direction from Foreman.
Excavation Laborer Level 3: Excelling at the tasks above and assisting in leading the other laborers.

Potential Career Path

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Asphalt Paving Laborer

Position Overview

An Asphalt Paving laborer is essential to the success of an Asphalt Crew. You have already gained experience as a General Laborer and have progressed in the Specifics of Asphalt Paving. You have a basic understanding of the methods and Sequencing of the work and the safety risks that come along with Asphalt Paving. You understand the basics of asphalt paving and are responsible for the details, edges and Seems. You know the names and Functions of the tools and Equipment associated with Asphalt Paving. You know how to efficiently Rake Asphalt and Keep the site clean and organized.

Trainings:

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Asphalt Specific Safety Training

Hungry Humble and Capable Training

Asphalt Construction 101

Requirements:

Maintain requirements of the General Labor

Listen and take Direction

Rake Asphalt efficiently

Asphalt Paving laborer Level 1: Performing the basic requirements listed above.
Asphalt Paving Level 2: Performing the tasks above requiring little Direction from Foreman.
Asphalt Paving Laborer Level 3: Excelling at the tasks above and assisting in leading the other laborers.

Potential Career Path

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Concrete Laborer

Position Overview

A Concrete laborer is essential to the success of a concrete Crew. You have already gained experience as a General Laborer and have progressed in the Specifics of concrete construction. You have a basic understanding of the methods and Sequencing of the work and the safety risks that come along with Concrete construction. You understand the basics of forming and pouring concrete. You know the names and Functions of the tools associated with concrete placement. You know how to efficiently shovel concrete and how to safely swing a Sledgehammer.

Trainings:

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Concrete Specific Safety Training

Concrete construction 101

Hungry Humble and Capable Training

Requirements:

Maintain requirements of the General Labor

Swing a hammer and Set forms.

Shovel Concrete efficiently.

Assist in Finishing when needed.

Concrete laborer Level 1: Performing the basic requirements listed above.
Concrete Laborer Level 2: Performing the tasks above requiring little Direction from Foreman.
Concrete Laborer Level 3: Excelling at the tasks above and assisting in leading the other laborers.

Potential Career Path

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Excavation Equipment Operator

Position Overview

An Excavation Crew Operator is very important to culture and productivity of an Excavation Crew. In this position you are responsible to keep our biggest most expensive assets moving Safely and efficiently. You must keep the machines clean and in good working order by keeping up with the general maintenance. You Take pride in our machines. You push the pace of production and keep the materials and trucks moving. You keep your Idle time to a minimum and Jump out of the machines to help when needed.

Trainings:

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Equipment Culture Training

Equipment Certifications for Specific Machines

Requirements:

Maintain requirements of the Excavation Laborer

Accepting Major Responsibility

Potential Career Path

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Asphalt Paving Operator

Position Overview

An Asphalt Paving Operator is very important to culture and productivity of an Asphalt Crew. In this position you are responsible to keep our biggest most expensive assets moving Safely and efficiently. You must keep the machine clean and in good working order by keeping up with the general maintenance. You Take pride in our machine. You push the pace of production and keep the materials moving. You keep your Idle time to a minimum and Jump out of the machines to help when needed. Whether you are Operating the paver, the Screed or the rollers you are responsible for the quality and to maintain the condition of your machines.

Trainings:

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Equipment Culture Training

Equipment Certifications on Specific Machines

Requirements:

Maintain requirements of the Excavation Laborer

Accepting Major Responsibility

Potential Career Path

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Concrete Finisher

Position Overview

A Concrete Finisher is essential to the success of a concrete Crew. You have already gained basic experience as a concrete Laborer. You know the specific tools and order of use to finish concrete. You know the quality expectations for the finish product. You hold yourself accountable for learning and growing as a concrete finisher. You can finish all types of flatwork including Sidewalk, curb and gutter, water ways, Paving and Decorative Concrete. You understand the pace needed to maintain quality while still hitting production.

Trainings:

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Concrete Finishing Best Practices

How to Teach/mentor the GCI way

Requirements:

Maintain requirements of the Concrete Laborer

Clean and Maintain finishing Tools

Finish concrete to GCI standards of quality

Concrete Finisher Level 1: Performing the tasks above with oversight and training.
Concrete Finisher Level 2: Performing the tasks above requiring little Direction from Crew lead or Foreman.
Concrete Finisher Level 3: Excelling at the tasks above and helping train level 1 and 2 Concrete finishers.

Potential Career Path

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Excavation Crew Lead

Position Overview

An Excavation Crew Lead is very important to culture and productivity of an excavation crew. You have the knowledge to run the job if the Foreman is off site. You know how to figure/measure grades and how to set up the laser. You can read plans and survey stakes. You are good at communicating, thinking ahead, and solving problems. You are responsible for the safety and production of the crew when the Foreman is offsite. You help the foreman stay organized and on schedule.

Trainings:

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Crew Leadership / Morning routine

Plan reading /Survey stakes

Equipment Certifications

Requirements:

Maintain requirements of the Excavation Laborer

Lead the Crew in Daily routine tasks (Stretch, POD, Inspections etc.…)

Assist the Foreman in achieving safety, Quality and Production goals

Potential Career Path

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Asphalt Crew Lead

Position Overview

An Asphalt Paving Crew Lead is very important to culture and productivity of an Asphalt crew. The Asphalt Crew Lead, in coordination with the foreman is the pace setter for the crew. He assists the foreman hitting production while managing the flow of the paver, trucks and the rollers to keep up with compaction and quality. you are also responsible for the paver and making sure it is properly cleaned and maintained. You have the knowledge to run the job if the Foreman is off site. You can read plans and survey stakes. You are good at communicating, thinking ahead, and solving problems.

Trainings:

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Leadership /Daily Routines

Tool Truck training

Plan reading /Survey stakes/Layout

Requirements:

Maintain requirements of the General Labor

Listen and take Direction

Rake Asphalt efficiently

Potential Career Path

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Concrete Lead man

Position Overview

A Concrete Crew Lead is very important to culture and productivity of a concrete crew. You are skilled in forming, pouring, and finishing concrete. You have the knowledge to run the job if the Foreman is off site. You know how to figure/measure slopes and cubic yardage. You can read plans and survey stakes. You are good at communicating, thinking ahead, and solving problems. You are responsible for the Tool truck and all the tools and small machines that are on your truck.

Trainings:

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Crew Leadership and Daily Routine

Tool Truck training

Plan reading /Survey stakes

Requirements:

Maintain requirements of the Concrete Laborer

Assist the Foreman in achieving safety, Quality and Production goals

Maintain Requirements of Concrete Finisher

Lead the Crew in Daily routine tasks (Stretch, POD, Inspections etc.)

Potential Career Path

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Excavation Foreman

Position Overview

An Excavation Foreman is the most critical position in the Excavation division. In this position you responsible for the productivity and safety of the entire crew. You know what is in our contract and the order in which we need to perform our scope of work. You are managing our manpower budget and ordering materials and tools to do the work. You are leading the crew by example and communicating with your crew how the project is going. You push the team to hit their goals and celebrate your wins. You help each member of your team grow and get better. You are building projects while building our company by developing our people. You represent the company to all you are in contact with.

Trainings:

gcit

ASANA

Crew tracks

Team building

Scheduling/Material Management

Pickup truck/Phone/iPad

Requirements:

Desire to Lead

Ability to think ahead and Plan

Great Communication

Manage the Quality control and safety of your crew

Potential Career Path

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Asphalt Paving Crew Foreman

Position Overview

You’ve worked in Asphalt Paving for years, seen many projects go from start to finish, and now you’re hungry for more responsibility. As a foreman, you’ll lead your crew to build each job. Everyone looks to you to ensure materials are on site, necessary equipment is ready, and create the plan for each day’s work. In this position you responsible for the productivity and safety of the entire crew. You are leading the crew by example and communicating with your crew how the project is going. You push the team to hit their goals and celebrate your wins. You help each member of your team grow and get better. You are building projects while building our company by developing our people. You represent the company to all you are in contact with.

Trainings:

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ASANA

Scheduling/Material Management

Pick Truck/phone/I pad

Crew tracks

Team building

Requirements:

Desire to Lead

Ability to think ahead and Plan

Great Communication

Manage the Quality control and safety of your crew

Potential Career Path

Ready to get started?

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Concrete Foreman

Position Overview

You have worked in Concrete Construction for years, seen many projects go from start to finish, and now you are hungry for more responsibility. As a foreman, you will lead your crew to build each job. Everyone looks to you to ensure materials are on site, necessary equipment is ready, and create the plan for each day’s work. In this position you responsible for the productivity and safety of the entire crew. You are leading the crew by example and communicating with your crew how the project is going. You push the team to hit their goals and celebrate your wins. You help each member of your team grow and get better. You are building projects while building our company by developing our people. You represent the company to all you are in contact with.

Trainings:

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ASANA Foreman level

Crew tracks

Scheduling/Material Management

Team building

Pick Truck/phone/iPad

Requirements:

Desire to Lead

Ability to think ahead and Plan

Great Communication

Manage the Quality control and safety of your crew

Potential Career Path

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Pipe Laborer/Bank Hand

Position Overview

A Pipe laborer/Bank Hand is essential to the success of a Pipe Crew. You have already gained experience as a General Laborer and have progressed in the Specifics of Underground Utilities. You have a basic understanding of the methods and Sequencing of the work and the safety risks that come along with Underground Utilities. You know the names and Functions of the tools and equipment associated with installing Water line, storm drain and Sewer. You know how to choke pipe, rig manholes and boxes and assist with waterline fittings and shooting grades.

Trainings:

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Pipe Specific Safety Training

Pipe Construction 101

Hungry Humble and Capable Training

Requirements:

Maintain requirements of the General Labor

Understanding how to use the correct tools for the work.

familiar with pipe materials and parts.

Assist the pipe Layer when Help is needed in the Trench

Pipe laborer Level 1: Performing the basic requirements listed above.
Pipe Laborer Level 2: Performing the tasks above requiring little Direction from Foreman.
Pipe Laborer Level 3: Excelling at the tasks above and assisting in leading the other laborers.

Potential Career Path

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Structural Concrete Laborer

Position Overview

A Structural Concrete laborer is essential to the success of a Structural concrete Crew. You have already gained experience as a General Laborer and have progressed in the Specifics of Structural concrete construction. You have a basic understanding of the methods and Sequencing of the work and the safety risks that come along with Concrete construction. You understand the basics of forming and pouring concrete Footings and Walls. You know the names and Functions of the tools associated with concrete placement. You know how to efficiently use hand tools and Tie rebar.

Trainings:

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Structural Concrete Specific Safety Training

Structural Concrete 101

Hungry Humble and Capable Training

Requirements:

Maintain requirements of the General Labor

Swing a hammer and Set forms.

Use basic hand tools efficiently.

Assist in Finishing when needed.

Structural Concrete laborer Level 1: Performing the basic requirements listed above.
Structural Concrete Laborer Level 2: Performing the tasks above requiring little Direction from Foreman.
Structural Concrete Laborer Level 3: Excelling at the tasks above and assisting in leading the other laborers.

Potential Career Path

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Fuel and Lube Technician

Position Overview

All that big iron moving big dirt burns a whole lot of diesel fuel. While equipment operators are packing up at night, you are getting started. Driving a mobile gas station / maintenance facility (fuel and lube truck) you go from machine to machine to fill each up with diesel and grease all moving parts. Beyond fueling, you inspect each machine for potential mechanical problems or hazards and coordinate closely with the maintenance team. Everyone involved in the operation depends on you.

Trainings:

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ASANA

Pre check and post Check Procedures

How to Fuel and lube the GCI way

Fuel and lube safety and reporting

Requirements:

You enjoy working alone

You Desire independence

You are detail Oriented

Not afraid to get dirty

Potential Career Path

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Pipe Layer

Position Overview

A Pipe Layer is essential to the success of a pipe Crew. You have already gained basic experience as a Pipe Laborer/Bank Hand. You know the specific tools and order of use for Pipe installation. You know the quality expectations for the finish product. You hold yourself accountable for learning and growing as a Pipe Layer. You can efficiently install all types of pipe including Waterline, storm drain and Sewer.

Trainings:

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Pipe Layer Best Practices

How to teach/mentor the GCI way

Requirements:

Maintain requirements of the Pipe Laborer/Bank Hand.

Calculate grades for all structures and pipe.

Ownership and Accountability for your installation.

Install Pipe to GCI standards of quality

Pipe Layer Level 1: Performing the tasks above with oversight and training.
Pipe Layer Level 2: Performing the tasks above requiring little Direction from Crew lead or Foreman.
Pipe Layer Level 3: Excelling at the tasks above and helping train level 1 and 2 Pipe Layers

Potential Career Path

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Structural Concrete Carpenter

Position Overview

A structural Concrete Carpenter is essential to the success of a Structural concrete Crew. You have already gained basic experience as a Structural concrete Laborer. You know the specific tools and order of use to form and pour footings and walls. You know the quality expectations for the finish product. You hold yourself accountable for learning and growing as a Carpenter. You can form all types of structural concrete including Footings, Walls and Tilt panels. You understand the Pace needed to maintain quality while still hitting production.

Trainings:

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Structural Concrete forming and Quality Control

How to train/mentor the GCI way

Fall protection

Requirements:

Maintain requirements of the Structural Concrete Laborer

Form and pour concrete to GCI standards of quality

Willingness to learn new forming systems and techniques

Structural Concrete Carpenter Level 1: Performing the tasks above with oversight and training.
Structural Concrete Carpenter Level 2: Performing the tasks above requiring little Direction from Crew lead or Foreman.
Structural Concrete Carpenter Level 3: Excelling at the tasks above and helping train level 1 and 2 Concrete finishers.

Potential Career Path

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Mechanic

Position Overview

If you’re a gearhead who loves to work with your hands, a career as a Mechanic might be for you. The heavy equipment world wouldn’t function without dedicated mechanics repairing and maintaining machines. As a Mechanic, you can either work on machines in a dedicated shop or visit projects via service truck to make repairs on site.

Trainings:

lead-mechanic

ASANA

Mechanic Specific Safety training

How to Mechanic The GCI way

Requirements:

Love for Problem Solving

No fear of jumping in and getting dirty

Mechanically Inclined

Sense of Urgency

Potential Career Path

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Lead Mechanic

Position Overview

As a Lead mechanic you are responsible for Leading and training the team of mechanics at GCI, You are to schedule and prioritize repairs and maintenance for the entire fleet. You take pride in the efficiency of your team knowing that machines need to be working in order to keep the jobsites moving forward. You Lead by example and help your team on large repairs. Our entire operation depends on you keeping our assets in good working condition.

Trainings:

lead-mechanic

Love for Problem Solving

Mechanically Inclined

No fear of jumping in and getting dirty

Sense of Urgency

Requirements:

Love for Problem Solving

No fear of jumping in and getting dirty

Mechanically Inclined

Sense of Urgency

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Pipe Equipment Operator

Position Overview

A Pipe Crew Operator is very important to culture and productivity of a Pipe Crew. In this position you are responsible to keep our biggest most expensive assets moving Safely and efficiently. You must keep the machine clean and in good working order by keeping up with the general maintenance. You Take pride in our machine. You push the pace of production and keep the materials moving. You keep your Idle time to a minimum and Jump out of the machines to help when needed.

Trainings:

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Equipment Culture Training

Requirements:

Equipment Certifications on Specific Machines

Equipment Culture Training

Equipment Certifications on Specific Machines

Requirements:

Maintain requirements of the Pipe Crew Laborer/Bank Hand.

Accepting Major Responsibility

Potential Career Path

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A Structural Concrete Crew Lead

Position Overview

A Structural Concrete Crew Lead is very important to culture and productivity of the crew. You are skilled in all types of concrete forming, and pouring concrete. You have the knowledge to run the job if the Foreman is off site. You know how to measure and figure material quantities and cubic yardage. You can read plans and survey stakes. You are good at communicating, thinking ahead and solving problems. You are responsible for the Tool truck and all the tools and small machines that are on your truck.

Trainings:

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Leadership

Plan reading /Survey stakes

Communication

Concrete Tool Truck training

Requirements:

Maintain requirements of the Structural Concrete Laborer

Maintain Requirements of a structural Concrete Carpenter

Assist the Foreman in achieving safety, Quality and Production goals

Lead the Crew in Daily routine tasks (Stretch, POD, Inspections etc..)

Potential Career Path

Ready to get started?

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Transport Driver /Truck Driver

Position Overview

Every heavy construction project involves moving material or equipment from point A to B. That is where truck drivers come in. Whether you are transporting equipment by lowboy, hauling aggregate on road with a traditional dump truck, or moving 45 tons of material in an off-road haul truck, you keep every project moving. This is an essential career in the dirt world

Trainings:

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ASANA

How to Tie down and prep for Transport

Pre check and post check procedures

Driver safety and Reporting

Requirements:

You’re Organized and Timely

You’re responsible and safe

Clean driving Record/CDL

You take pride in your ride

Potential Career Path

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Pipe Crew Lead

Position Overview

A Pipe Crew Lead is very important to culture and productivity of a pipe crew. You are skilled in Equipment operation and Crew leadership. You have the knowledge to run the job if the Foreman is off site. You know how to figure/measure slopes and how to set up the laser. You can read plans and survey stakes. You are good at communicating, thinking ahead, and solving problems. You are responsible for the job when the foreman is away.

Trainings:

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Leadership and Morning Routine

Plan reading /Survey

Equipment Certifications

Requirements:

Maintain requirements of the pipe Laborer/Bank hand

Maintain Requirements of a Pipe Layer

Assist the Foreman in achieving safety, Quality and Production goals

Lead the Crew in Daily routine tasks (Stretch, POD, Inspections etc.…)

Potential Career Path

Ready to get started?

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Structural Concrete Foreman

Position Overview

You’ve worked in Concrete Construction for years, seen many projects go from start to finish, and now you’re hungry for more responsibility. As a foreman, you will lead your crew to build each job. Everyone looks to you to ensure materials are on site, necessary equipment is ready, and create the plan for each day’s work. In this position you responsible for the productivity and safety of the entire crew. You are leading the crew by example and communicating with your crew how the project is going. You push the team to hit their goals and celebrate your wins. You help each member of your team grow and get better. You are building projects while building our company by developing our people. You represent the company to all you are in contact with.

Trainings:

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ASANA

Crew tracks

Scheduling/Material Management

Team building or getting the most from your team

Pick Truck/phone/Ipad

Requirements:

Desire to Lead

Ability to think ahead and Plan

Great Communication

Manage the Quality control and safety of your crew

Potential Career Path

Ready to get started?

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GPS Field Technician

Position Overview

A GPS Field Tech is responsible for giving our operations teams accurate information for them to perform their work and build amazing projects. In this position you will learn about all the GPS devices, including drones, and be trained how to use them and operate the software that creates and captures this geospatial information. You will have opportunities to help train others and build up your fellow GCI employees to further their experience and abilities, both on the GPS team and across the operations teams at GCI as you show others how to operate GPS gear in various pieces of equipment.

Trainings:

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GPS Rover

GPS Machine Control

Plan Reading/Survey Stakes

Communication

Tool Truck Training

ASANA

CrewTracks

Drone licensing

How to train/mentor the GCI way

Hungry, Humble, and Capable Training

Requirements:

Maintain requirements of the General Laborer. Have a good basic understanding of how survey and layout works in civil construction.

Detail-oriented and have a desire to produce very accurate and precise layout/deliverables to keep our teams running smoothly in the field.

Levels:

Have an aptitude in math and technology and desire to learn

Team player focused on quality work and customer service.

GPS Field Tech Level 1: Performing the tasks above with oversight and training. 1-3 years

GPS Field Tech Level 3: Excelling at the tasks above, continuing to learn new systems and helping GCI stay at the forefront of innovation and technology. Able to train level 1 and 2 GPS Field Technicians.

GPS Field Tech Level 2: Performing the tasks above requiring minimal instruction and help from your trainer/GPS Superintendent. Able to receive tasks with sufficient instruction/detail and perform them with precision and consistency. Capable of training level 1 GPS Field Technicians. 1-3 years

Potential Career Path

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Pipe Foreman

Position Overview

You have worked in Underground Utilities for years, seen many projects go from start to finish, and now you’re hungry for more responsibility. As a foreman, you will lead your crew to build each job. Everyone looks to you to ensure materials are on site, necessary equipment is ready, and create the plan for each day’s work. In this position you responsible for the productivity and safety of the entire crew. You are leading the crew by example and communicating with your crew how the project is going. You push the team to hit their goals and celebrate your wins. You help each member of your team grow and get better. You are building projects while building our company by developing our people. You represent the company to all you are in contact with.

Trainings:

gci_ramble_pipe_016

ASANA

Crew tracks

Scheduling/Material Management

Team building or getting the most from your team

Pickup Truck/Phone/iPad

Requirements:

Desire to Lead

Ability to think ahead and Plan

Great Communication

Manage the Quality control and safety of your crew

Potential Career Path

Ready to get started?

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GPS Modeler

Position Overview

A GPS Modeler is responsible for producing accurate linework models in Trimble Business Center (TBC) for our GPS Field Technicians and our Operators to use in their daily work to build our various projects.

Trainings:

TBC Software Basic Through Advanced Trainings

How to train/mentor the GCI way

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Requirements:

Maintain requirements of the General Laborer, you may not be out in the dirt all day, but the willingness to work hard and support our teams never goes away.

Have a good understanding and proficiency in TBC and thorough knowledge of how the models interact with the real world. A decent background in Civil field work is vital to the production of good models and experience with how these models work in the various machines will help improve the methods employed in creating them.

Read and understand, at a minimum, Architectural, Civil, and Structural drawings

Team player focused on quality work and customer service.

Levels:

GPS Modeler Level 1: Performing the tasks above with oversight and training. 1-2 years

GPS Modeler Level 2: Performing the tasks above requiring minimal instruction and help from your trainer/GPS Superintendent. Able to receive tasks with sufficient instruction/detail and perform them with precision and consistency. Capable of training level 1 GPS Modelers. 1-2 years

GPS Modeler Level 3: Excelling at the tasks above, continuing to learn new systems and helping GCI stay at the forefront of innovation and technology. Able to train level 1 and 2 GPS Modelers.

Potential Career Path

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GPS Superintendent

Position Overview

A GPS Superintendent is responsible for the entire GPS team, their schedules, their proficiencies at taking care of our operations team, and their growth as GPS professionals. You will communicate regularly with your Team to keep them moving in the best direction and handling the day to day commitments and emergencies that arise. You will establish relationships or trust and open communication with your team members, GPS and equipment suppliers, customers and engineers, GCI logistics, GCI operators, and GCI Supers and PMs. You will be vital to the success and productivity of your team and will help prioritize the GPS needs across the company. You will continue to be trained on current technologies and software to keep your team up to speed and excelling in their jobs and help GCI at the leading edge of the industry.

Trainings:

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TBC Software Basic Through Advanced Trainings

How to train/mentor the GCI way

Requirements:

Maintain requirements of the General Laborer, this is the building block of all positions at GCI, the skills you learned as a laborer help you work well with those around you and keep you focused on productive work.

10+ years of GPS field experience and be proficient at TBC and with GCI’s systems and procedures. You will need to be very good at handling the varied requests that will be coming to you each day and making the needed requests for information from various sources to do your job and prepare the path for your team.

Work with the Director of Innovation, Technology, and Training to keep GCI moving forward and leading the way in the industry. Represent your team to GCI management and build and maintain the standards to keep your team consistent and on track.

Team player focused on quality work and customer service. Need to be able to communicate progress and problems clearly and openly to those affected by them. Our own teams at GCI are our customers and their success relies heavily upon the work produced by this GPS team.

Potential Career Path

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General Foreman

Position Overview

As a General Foreman, you Work hand in hand with the Superintendent. You are responsible to make sure all of our crews onsite are communicating and working together. You are the main point of contact for our customers onsite. You confirm the daily plans for each of our Crews are in line with the master plan. You fill in where the super needs you. You also assist all of the crews onsite where needed to hit the safety , quality and production goals of your project. You act as a mentor to each foreman and Crew member on the site and make sure they have the support they need to get the job done right.

Trainings:

super-or-pm

5+ Years of Foreman experience

You enjoy Leading

You can Communicate effectively

You take ownership of your projects.

Requirements:

5+ Years of Foreman experience

You can Communicate effectively

You enjoy Leading

You take ownership of your projects.

Potential Career Path

Ready to get started?

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Superintendent

Position Overview

As a superintendent, you are the person in control of the overall plan. You constantly communicate between management and the crews you manage to complete every job on budget and schedule. The success of the job rests on your shoulders and while you don’t perform much of the work yourself anymore, the job couldn’t happen without you. Your days consist of meetings with owners, GC’s and upper management, solving problems, scheduling, and coaching your Crews to Build the Best Projects.

Trainings:

super-or-pm

ASANA 2.0

3 weeks Schedule

Blue beam and Take offs

Job walks and lining out foreman

Requirements:

10+ Years of Foreman experience

You can Communicate effectively

You enjoy Leading

You take ownership of your projects.

Potential Career Path

Ready to get started?

Already a GCI Employee and Want to Request a Training? Call 801-292-9900

PM Assistant

Position Overview

A PM Assistant is essential to the success of our Operations Team. You will need to learn and be efficient in our multiple computer programs: Vista, Crew Tracks, Asana, Blue Beam, Excel and Dozer/Microsoft Cloud. You will be compiling change orders, approving crews payroll, compiling submittals, coding invoices, helping with monthly billings, etc. You will be responsible to help the PM in anyway needed to help make your projects successful.

Trainings:

pmardty

Construction accounting Software

Excel, Blue Beam,

ASANA

Requirements:

Good with Technology and software

A desire to gain knowledge in the construction industry

Detail Oriented

Willingness to serve the Operations team

PMA Assistant Level 1: Performing the basic requirements listed above.
PMA Assistant Level 2: Performing the tasks above requiring little Direction from PMA Manager.
PMA Assistant Level 3: Excelling at the tasks above and assisting in leading the other PM Assistants.

Potential Career Path

Ready to get started?

Already a GCI Employee and Want to Request a Training? Call 801-292-9900

Project Manager

Position Overview

Project managers work behind the scenes to ensure each project comes together as it should. They manage the project schedule, subcontracts, and spending to keep the job on schedule and budget. While they often visit the field, they spend much time in their pickup trucks and office taking care of permits, billings, and other crucial documents to allow all operators, laborers, and others in the field to build the job as needed. They support the field by having accurate project accounting and contract control.

Trainings:

pm-1rdfg

Construction Accounting software

ASANA 3.0

Contract management

Change order Negotiation

Requirements:

College Degree is often Required

You’re Organized and understand Time management

Good with Technology and Software

You enjoy problem solving

Ready to get started?

Already a GCI Employee and Want to Request a Training? Call 801-292-9900

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