Construction Worker



Accountabilities include: • Read, interpret and apply plans to Road Construction or Maintenance procedures. • Quantify and identify materials, subcontractors and services required during construction. • Accept responsibility for outcomes of assigned work activities.

• Apply standard drawings, specifications, supplementary specifications and other related job documentation to confirm the standard of workmanship. • Understand and meet departmental requirements for procurement of goods, services and supplies to undertake works. • Perform setout duties prior to and during construction.

• Co-ordinate the activities of a small work group to achieve desired outcomes. Accept responsibility for outcomes of assigned work activities. • Participate in the performance management process, training and development program.

• Exercise good interpersonal and communication skills when communicating with staff, customers and public within relevant RoadTek guidelines. Ensure compliance with policies with regards to Workplace Health & Safety, Equal Employment Opportunity, anti-discrimination and other relevant policies to ensure good working relations are maintained in the work team. • Exercise high precision operative skill when using roadmaking plant, small machinery and equipment.

• Exercise high precision trade skill when performing civil construction works. • Accurately maintain and report on daily records as applicable. • Implement RoadTek management systems and continuous improvement processes for work performed by the work team.

Display a positive attitude towards RoadTek Strategic Direction initiatives. • Support RoadTek Safety Initiatives in gaining certificates of competencies in relation to Workplace Health and Safety Legislation. • Support employees undertaking Civil Trades Development Program by providing opportunities for skilling and training consistent with training plans.

• Acts in accordance with the QPS legislative framework and Code of Conduct. Models ethical behaviour and consistently applies those ethical standards to self and others. • Commitment to Transport and Main Roads' Workplace Health & Safety Policy of achieving a Zero Harm workplace.

This role reports to the Supervisor. Mandatory requirements: • The recommended applicant will be required to undergo a pre-employment medical as part of our selection process for this role. • A reasonable amount of travel consistent with industry standards will be required throughout the State.

• You may be required to travel to other locations to undertake activities for varying periods of time. You will be entitled to expenses and allowances for such travel. • Applicants must possess a current, valid Queensland "C" class driver's licence or equivalent.

• Possession of a Certificate III in Civil Construction applicable to modern transport infrastructure projects or ability to acquire one within 18 months. • Participation in Civil Trades Development Program (C.

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20 May 2020


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