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Highway Maintenance Worker

Highway Maintenance Worker

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Published by: Jessica Steffler on Oct 12, 2011
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ONE OUT OF EVERY17 CANADIAN WORKERSEARNS A LIVINGIN CONSTRUCTION
Highway maintenance workers keep municipal, county, and city highways and roads in safe condition.They repair guardrails and snow fences; clean streets with street sweepers, use dump truck vacuumsto clean catch basins, put up stop signs; paint dividing lines between traffic lanes; and fix potholescaused by weather or heavy traffic. Use snowplows and blowers to clear the roads.Tasks vary with the location.
SALARY: $28,000 to $62,500
• Working with numbers to perform calculations• Significant use of memory-performing tasks that call upon greater memory use than most jobs• Must be able to work and interact with co-workers to get the job done• Follow guidelines to arrange objects or actions in a certain order• Maintain and install equipment on a routine basis and determine when maintenance is needed• A high school diploma is required, may receive on the job training• May need general construction labouring experience
EDUCATION:DESCRIPTION:
• Load and unload construction materials, and move materials to work areas• Assist tradespersons, heavy equipment operators, signal operators in various activities• Assist in aligning pipes and perform related activities during oil and gas pipeline construction• Assist in drilling and blasting rock at construction sites and other demolition• Level earth to fine grade specifications using rake and shovel• Direct traffic at or near construction sites
Duties:SKILLs:
HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE WORKER
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OVER THE NEXT 2 DECADES40% OF NEW JOBSWILL BE IN SKILLEDTRADES AND TECHNOLOGIES

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