10 Mar Skilled Labour Hire & The Different Labour Jobs Available
What Are The Different Types Of Labour Jobs for Skilled Labourers?
Different tradies require different types of skilled labourers depending on the type of work they are carrying out. Although a labourer is not expected to have a particular trade to work on a construction site there are a variety of different roles that a labourer may find themselves in, each of these roles may require their own unique skillsets. A quality labourer will be expected to keep the site clean at all times, unload any materials that arrive to site and any other basic ad-hoc duties required by the foreman or site supervisor.
Skilled Labour Hire – Different Labour Jobs Available
There are wide range of skilled labour hire positions that labourers may find themselves in are listed below and some of these jobs are listed below.
A Bricklayer’s Labourer
A brickie’s labourer is a person whom assists a trade qualified bricklayer. This is a physically demanding job. A bricklayer’s labourer can expect to lift considerable weight in the form of bricks, blocks and bags of cement, and as such they should be strong and fit individuals. They will also be required to mix cement, so knowing the correct proportions of cement and water to mix is important. They would also need to adjust this based on the temperature outside which could also cause the cement to dry too quickly. Other beneficial but not essential skills include brick cutting, and even small bit of brick laying may be required.
A Scaffolder’s Labourer
Similar to a bricklayer’s labourer a scaffolding labourer is also a highly demanding physical job and as such you cannot be afraid of hard graft. You will be required to lift scaffold from a truck and sometimes you will be in a chain passing the scaffold up to where it is needed on the platform. A person who works on scaffolding must not be afraid of heights as they will be required to work from considerable heights. It is also a requirement on some sites that the labourers hold a working at heights ticket in order to gain access. Scaffolders generally work on a number of jobs each day so having your own transport can be useful to get from job to job.
A Landscaper’s Labourer
Working as a landscaping labouring is another area that is quite demanding physically. Jobs include the basic labouring duties listed above while they may also do anything from hedge trimming to lawn cutting to digging holes for garden water features. Good landscape labourers take care of the environment around them and have a flair for detail as most of the work they do will have a direct impact on the finished product of the garden or landscape they work within. A knowledge of basic gardening and horticulture would also be beneficial to the labourer.
Demolition labourers are perhaps the most skilled labourers. They are required to have substantial knowledge and experience with using power tools such as jack hammers, grinders, reciprocating saws, and rotary hammers. While they should also be able to use a variety of demolition hand tools such as a crow bar and sledge hammer. It is also important that they are safety conscious due to the inherent dangers of demolition work. Some sites will also require that the demolition labour holds asbestos removal licences/tickets.
Civil labourers are labourers who have considerable experience in the civil industry. They will have experience doing anything from laying bituminous surface to pipe laying. Various tickets allowing plant and heavy machinery operation is required for many jobs that would be done by civil workers including labourers. While other tickets such as dogman and traffic controlling tickets may be required depending on the job and role required.
Skilled Labour Hire
At Hunter Labour Hire we are always looking for quality skilled labourers or civil labourers if that sounds like you then call us on 02 89852019, apply online, or email email@example.com to arrange an interview.