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HOW DOES THE SELECTION PROCESS WORK?
The selection process for the Building Construction/General Maintainer job title consists of the following components:
- Written Examination
- Practical Examination
- Background Check and Medical Exam
Each component is described in further detail below:
Exam Delivery Format: Computer-Based Number of Questions: 75 Question Format: Multiple-Choice Time Limit: 2 Hours Exam Content: The Building Construction/General Maintainer Written Examination is designed to assess candidates’ technical knowledge/ability in the following areas:
- Dry Wall/Sheetrock
- Trade Math/Measurement
- Trade Safety Practices
Exam Results: Candidates will receive test results at the test site immediately after completing the examination.
Fee: $25non-refundable/non-transferable fee payable by MasterCard or Visa personal or pre-paid credit card is required.
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A Great Place to Work
Every project starts with a team of dedicated employees. We are looking for individuals who are willing to develop their skills in the construction industry. Structureline is interested in new candidates with backgrounds related to construction management or engendering.
Field Laborer & Foreman
This job title requires knowledge and skill in a variety of commercial trade fields, such as: carpentry, plumbing, drywall, masonry, paving, and painting and a working knowledge of trade math, blueprint reading, and use of tools/equipment related to maintenance and repair of commercial facilities.