Opportunities at Standard

Opportunities
at Standard.

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Standard Concrete is always looking for great people in the following areas. Please contact us via the form below if you are interested in joining our team.

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Jobs

RECEPTIONIST

Interact with employees and greet guests of the company. Notify company personnel of visitor arrivals. Answer phones in a courteous and professional manner. Maintain inventories of office supplies.

CRANE OPERATOR

Work with Shuttle Lift and Mi-Jack cranes (70 Ton up to 150 Ton). Responsible for operating a stationary or traveling crane to lift, move, position, and reposition loads. Ensures load is safely attached to crane before making a pick. Operate crane controls to regulate speed and direction of crane and hoist movement according to written, verbal, or signal instructions. Inspect crane for safety issues on a daily basis. Determine if any parts are malfunctioning. Complete job tickets, service quality summaries, and all other necessary paperwork. Lift, position, and place machinery, equipment, formwork, etc.to facilitate the production and storage of our products. Load completed products on trucks or barges to ship to customers. Work within precise limits and standards of accuracy. Responsible for daily inspection of crane and all rigging equipment.

FORKLIFT OPERATOR

Forklift operators are responsible for operating and managing industrial trucks to load and unload materials. Delivers and moves necessary material to and from storage areas to the working areas. Must be able to unload and upload material, identify damages, transport raw materials to production workstations, inspect machinery, determine the need for repairs, produce activity logs, comply with company policies and guidelines, and assist in keeping a safe environment.

FINISHER/DETAILER

Smooth and finish surfaces while placing concrete using a variety of hand and power tools.  Apply sealants, epoxies, curing compounds, and waterproofing once the concrete has been finished.  Repair imperfections such as bug holes, honeycombs, or damaged products.

LABORER

Individuals must be willing to work outside and perform manual labor. Individuals must be able to lift heavy loads up to 70 lbs, climb to heights and conduct work with proper safety restraints, have a basic understanding of constructing principles and procedures, be comfortable working in a high-stress environment with extreme weather fluctuations, work 10+ hour days, work some Saturdays when schedule requires, have some math skills, use a tape measure, and following directions from the foremen.

QUALITY CONTROL

Must have knowledge of concrete manufacturing and inspection of concrete products. Will be required to have the ability to obtain ACI, PCI, and State DOT Certifications. This individual will be working to assure quality throughout the manufacturing process, including but not limited to coordinating production bed layouts, overseeing pre-pour and post-pour inspections, and overseeing stressing operations. Individuals must be willing to effectively interface with specifying agencies, and production and administrative departments. Individuals must be willing to perform these tasks while working outside. Individuals must be able to lift heavy loads up to 70 lbs, climb to heights and conduct work with proper safety restraints. The individual will be responsible for all Mix Designs, all record-keeping to ensure PCI Compliance, and oversee all Laboratory and Concrete Testing Activities.

WELDER

Must pass specific AWS/ANSI and DOT welding procedures in accordance with industry standards and safety requirements.  Must be able to fabricate basic formwork and various steel inserts to be placed in concrete products.  Repair damaged forms, soffits, and some structural repair work to equipment using stick welding in vertical, horizontal, and overhead positions.  Proficient with cutting torch.  Maintain welding equipment.

ENGINEER

Must have a degree in engineering or construction management.  Duties include cost tracking projects, basic form design, concrete mix design, safety, and environmental management, reinforcing steel takeoffs, quality control, scheduling material procurement, and lean manufacturing.  Perform estimations and takeoffs for bid lettings. Design prestress products.

BATCH PLANT OPERATOR

Responsible for producing concrete using batching software and concrete mixers.  Ensure that the appropriate mix design is produced within the specifications and requirements for its job.  Capable of obtaining State DOT certifications.  Knowledgeable with concrete admixtures and their capabilities.  Ability to troubleshoot and adjust mixes for different products and varying weather conditions without adversely affecting the concrete performance.

CARPENTER

Proficient and safely trained with hand tools and power tools including but not limited to pencil, measuring tape, claw hammer, cat’s paw, framing square, speed square, level, protractor, chalk line, electric drill, table saw, circular saw, Sawzall, jigsaw, and nail/braid gun.  Must be able to read and build product headers and formwork from blueprints or shop drawings.

FOREMAN/LEADMAN

Prestress/Precast experience is a plus. Coordinating construction work according to priorities and plans, able to read blueprints, producing schedules and monitor attendance of crew, allocating general and daily responsibilities, supervise and train workers and tradespeople while providing motivation for other employees, ensure manpower and resources are adequate, guarantee all safety precautions and quality standards are met, supervise the use of machinery and equipment, resolve problems when they arise, and reporting on progress to management.

MECHANIC

Responsible for diagnosing and troubleshooting equipment failures and repairing and maintaining diesel and gasoline engines. Also must be able to dismantle and reassemble equipment using hoists and hand tools and examine parts for damage or excessive wear using micrometers and gauges. Additionally, individuals must replace defective engines and subassemblies such as transmissions, weld broken parts and structural members, test overhauled equipment to ensure operating efficiency and direct workers engaged in cleaning parts as well as assisting with assembly and disassembly of equipment.

GROUNDMAN

Responsibilities would include inspecting and preparing loads that need to be moved, setting, aligning and leveling heavy equipment machinery, selecting the appropriate rigging gear, preparing rigging equipment including, beams, pulleys, clamps, and bolts. Additionally, individuals are responsible for inspecting rigging before final use, monitoring and maintaining rigging equipment, maneuvering loads using heavy equipment machinery by hand, ensuring compliance with state and company safety procedures, communicating with the rigging and construction team, breaking down rigging equipment and conducting post-rigging inspections.

CONCRETE MIXER TRUCK/TUCKERBILT DRIVER

Responsible for operating equipment to transport large batches of wet concrete to be poured into precast beds. Inspect and maintain equipment in accordance with policies and procedures for optimal use. Operate and control equipment with a large auger, detachable funnel, and sits on a heavy-duty turntable. Practice proper housekeeping with clean, properly maintained tools and equipment.

EQUIPMENT OPERATORS

Will be responsible for operating forklifts, loaders, skidsteers, and boom lifts.

RECEPTIONIST

Handles day-to-day office duties. Answers phones, deals with laborers, takes requests for safety equipment.

ENGINEER

Concrete engineers are involved in the construction of things built using concrete, such as buildings, dams or bridges. They are involved in all stages of construction, from the planning to the execution, and they review the progress to ensure the structure is safe.

CRANE OPERATOR

Will work with Travel Lift and Mi-Jack cranes (70 Ton and 100 Ton). Responsible for operating a stationary or traveling crane to lift, move, position, and reposition loads. Depresses buttons, lifts levers, and ensures load is safely attached to crane before bringing it down. Manipulate or depress cane controls to regulate speed and direction of crane and hoist movement according to written, verbal, or signal instructions. Inspect crane for safety issues on a daily basis. Determine if any parts are malfunctioning. Complete job tickets, service quality summaries, and all other necessary paperwork. Lift, position and place machinery, equipment or other large objects at facilities to produce product and to store of completed product. Load completed products on trucks or barges to ship to customer.  Move levers and pedals to rotate crane on chassis to raise and lower crane boom and to raise and lower load-line. Work with in precise limits and standards of accuracy. Operate crane according to signals from groundman. Start and stop crane engine. Follow directions carefully.

FORKLIFT OPERATOR

Forklift operators are responsible for operating and managing industrial trucks to load and unload materials.  Delivers and move needed material to and from storage areas to the working areas. Must be able to unload and upload material, identify damages, transport raw materials to production workstations, inspect machinery, determine the need for repairs, produce activity logs, comply with company policies and guidelines, and assist in keeping a safe environment

BATCH PLANT OPERATOR

Batch Plant Operators are in charge of the quality assurance portion of batch plants, which are factories responsible for whipping up batches of ready-mix concrete. As a Batch Plant Operator, you oversee the mixing process, ensure that the batch meets the customer’s order, and check the batch against specifications and regulations on the requirements of each concrete type.

CARPENTER

Carpenters assume a wide job scope that includes examining blueprints and drawings, determining and estimating project materials and requirements, constructing and repairing building structures and frameworks, and demolishing metal and wooden structures and fixtures.

FINISHER

Smooth and finish surfaces of poured concrete using a variety of hand and power tools, apply sealing and hardening components to cure the surface of concrete, and work on waterproofing or damp-proofing and restoring concrete surfaces.

FOREMEN/LEADMAN

Prestress/Precast experience is a plus. Coordinating construction work according to priorities and plans, able to read blue prints, producing schedules and monitor attendance of crew, allocating general and daily responsibilities, supervise and train workers and tradespeople while providing motivation for other employees, ensure manpower and resources are adequate, guarantee all safety precautions and quality standards are met, supervise the use of machinery and equipment, resolve problems when they arise, and reporting on progress to managers, engineers etc.

LABORER

Individuals must be willing to work outside and perform hard manual labor.  Individuals must be able to lift heavy loads up to 70 lbs, climb to heights and conduct work with proper safety restraints, have a basic understanding of constructing principles and procedures, be comfortable working in high-stress environment with extreme weather fluctuations, work 10+ hour days, work some Saturdays when schedule requires, have some math skills, use a tape measure, and following directions from the foremen.

MECHANIC

Individuals must be able to include diagnose and troubleshoot equipment failures and repair and maintain diesel and gasoline engines. Dismantle and reassembles equipment, using hoists and handtools. Examines parts for damage or excessive wear, using micrometers and gauges.  Replaces defective engines and subassemblies, such as transmissions. Welds broken parts and structural members. Tests overhauled equipment to ensure operating efficiency. May direct workers engaged in cleaning parts and assisting with assembly and disassembly of equipment.

QUALITY CONTROL

Must have knowledge concrete manufacturing and inspection of concrete products. Individual will responsible for inspecting products as a Quality Control Tech. ACI, PCI, or DOT certifications. This individual will be working to assure quality throughout the manufacturing process, including but not limited to coordinating production bed layouts, overseeing pre-pour and post-pour inspections and overseeing stressing operations.  Individual must be willing to effectively interface with specifying agencies with internal production and administrative departments.  Individual will be responsible for all Mix Designs, all record keeping to ensure PCI Compliance and oversee all Laboratory and Concrete Testing Activities.

GROUNDMAN

Inspecting and preparing loads that need to be moved; setting, aligning, and leveling heavy equipment machinery; selecting the appropriate rigging gear; preparing rigging equipment including beams, pulleys, clamps, and bolts; inspecting rigging before final use; monitoring and maintaining rigging equipment; maneuvering loads using heavy equipment machinery and by hand; ensuring compliance with state and company safety procedures; communicating with the rigging and construction team; breaking down rigging equipment and conducting post-rigging inspections.

TUCKERBILT DRIVER

Responsible for operating equipment to transport large batches of wet concrete to be poured into precast beds. Inspect and maintain equipment in accordance with policies and procedures for optimal use. Operate and control equipment with a large auger, detachable funnel, and sits on a heavy duty turntable. Practice proper housekeeping with clean, properly maintained tools and equipment.

WELDER

Read blueprints and drawings and take or read measurements to plan layout and procedures, determine the appropriate welding equipment or method based on requirements, set up components for welding according to specifications (e.g. cut material with powered saws to match measurements), operate angle grinders to prepare the parts that must be welded, align components using calipers, rulers etc. and clamp pieces, weld components using manual or semi-automatic welding equipment in various positions (vertical, horizontal or overhead), repair machinery and other components by welding pieces and filling gaps, test and inspect welded surfaces and structure to discover flaws, maintain equipment in a condition that does not compromise safety.

EQUIPMENT OPERATORS

Forklifts, loaders, skidsteers, and boom lifts.