Crew Laborer — Wood Frame

Crew Laborer — Wood Frame

Reports to: Crew Foreman

FLSA Status: Non-Exempt

Prepared by: HR Manager

Prepared Date: 10/4/2022


Job Description

Pro-Line Building Company is your pathway to a fulfilling career in the construction industry. You'll enjoy the personal satisfaction of knowing that you're playing an important part in building quality projects that contribute positively to surrounding communities. As a member of our team, you'll work closely with your foreman and other employees, constructing quality buildings that provide both financial success for the company and a positive customer experience. This position provides excellent career opportunities for ambitious builders like you!



  • Safety First
  • Obey All Safety Guidelines
  • Be ready to leave the shop by 6:00 AM sharp!
  • Treat equipment and tools as if they are your own
  • Work together as a team
  • Focus on the job at hand, not what everyone else is doing
  • Communicate with each other Show fellow crewmen and foremen respect
  • Help train new employees
  • Willingness to learn
  • Work Saturdays occasionally
  • Work overtime when required
  • Erects scaffolds
  • Apply caulking compounds by hand or with a caulking gun to seal crevices
  • Disassemble building framing
  • Performs work as assigned by crew foreman
  • Notifies safety director and crew foreman of any mechanical issues
  • Notifies crew foreman of any material issues
  • Examines specifications to determine dimensions of structure
  • Measure boards, timbers, or plywood and mark cutting lines on materials
  • Saw boards and plywood to required sizes
  • Cut and assemble timbers
  • Builds falsework to temporarily strengthen or protect buildings undergoing construction
  • Installs doors and windows
  • Installs sub-flooring in buildings
  • Installs steel or wood covering on the outer walls and roofs of buildings
  • Climb up and down on step ladders, extension ladders, and building framing
  • Pick up materials weighing 50-75 lbs regularly, occasionally lifting up to 120 lbs
  • Run power tools such as impact, screw gun, drill, saw, Sawzall, and jackhammer
  • Read a tape measure
  • Use a hammer
  • Operate Bobcats, Gehls, and scissor lift or any other equipment
  • Other duties may be assigned



To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  • No experience is necessary, but any experience in post frame or carpentry work is helpful

  • High School education or GED required