Dagel Steel Construction Construction Laborer in Florence, South Dakota

Workers will erect commercial grain storage projects. Workers will use hand tools, impact wrenches and nuts, bolts and washers to assemble steel parts. They may clean and prepare sites, set braces, erect scaffolding and clean up rubble, debris and other waste materials. May assist other craft workers. Control traffic passing near, in or around work zones. Clean or prepare construction sit to eliminate possible hazards. Signal equipment operators to facilitate alignment, movement, or adjust machinery, equipment, or materials. Read plans, instructions specifications to determine work activities. Load, unload or identify building materials, machinery, or tools distributing them to the appropriate locations, according to project plans and specifications. Employer will offer 40 hours per week, Monday thru Friday from 7:00 am to 6:00 pm, depending on weather conditions work on Saturdays may be required. Workers are needed to begin work on 08/06/2018 through 12/15/2018. Work will be preformed in Canby, MN in the county of Yellow Medicine. There are no minimum education or work experience required. Workers will work in Yellow Medicine county in the state of Minnesota and will be housed in a central location while building approximately 5-10 steel grain storage facilities and animal storage facilities made of aluminum and wood. Workers will return to a central location in Yellow Medicine County. Transportation will be provided by the employer to the daily worksites at no cost to the employee. Workers will be paid no less than $23.16 p/hour and $34.74 for all hours worked over 40 hours in one work week; returning workers may be paid a higher wage rate due to experience and merit. Overtime may be offered but, is not guaranteed. All hours worked over 40 hours in one work week will be paid at time and a half the workers hourly rate. The employer will provide on the job training in the proper use of equipment and safety techniques. The employer will use a single workweek as its standard for computing wages due. Workers will be paid bi-weekly by check or according to the prevailing practice in the area, whichever is more frequent. Lodging is not a primary benefit to the employer. The employer will assist workers in finding housing. The employer will make all deductions from the worker's paycheck required by law. The employer may make deduction for employees checks at the employee's request for housing at a maximum of $500.00 per month. If the worker completes 50% of the work contract period, the employer will reimburse the worker for transportation and subsistence from the place of recruitment to the place of work. Upon completion of the work contract or where the worker is dismissed earlier, the employer will provide or pay for worker's reasonable costs of return transportation and subsistence back home or the place the worker originally departed to work, except where the worker will not return due to subsequent employment with another employer or where the employer has appropriately reported a worker's voluntary abandonment of employment. The amount of transportation payments or reimbursement will be equal to the most economical and reasonable common carrier for the distances involved. Daily meals will be provided at a rate of at least $12.26 p/day to a maximum of $51.00 p/day with receipts when the worker is traveling from their home country to the employer's location or to the workers next approved certification. The employer will provide workers daily transportation to and from the worksite at no cost to the workers. Workers will be reimbursed in the first workweek for all visa, visa processing, border crossing, and other related fees, including those mandated by the government. Workers will not be reimbursed for items such as passports or other charges that are the primary benefit to the worker. The employer will provide workers at no charge all tools, supplies, and equipment required to preform the job. Pleas