BRICK MASON

Start: 01/01/2020

JOB DESCRIPTION

JOB TITLE:                        BRICK MASON
DIVISION:                          ALL U.S. DIVISIONS
REPORTS TO:                   DIVISION MANAGER OR CONSTRUCTION MANAGER ASSIGNED TO THE PROJECT
SUPPORTING STAFF:     FIELD CREW ASSIGNED TO PROJECT
STATUS:                            NON-EXEMPT
REVISED DATE:                DECEMBER 1, 2020

 

THE MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES OF THIS POSISTION INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMIITED TO THE FOLLOWING:


GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES:
 Plans, coordinates, and implements projects specifically relating to the installation of masonry structures and linings.

 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE JOB:

  1. Installs masonry units and materials in accordance with accepted masonry practice to a level of high quality and reliability.

  2. Oversees the construction or installation of masonry projects in accordance with applicable drawings, job instructions, and accepted masonry practice.

  3. Develops and follows a project schedule as directed by the Construction Managers or applicable authority.

  4. Utilizes all essential equipment and supplies required to carry out the work scope.

  5. Maintains the bill of materials required for the completion of the work and report same to the Watertown Accounting Department.

  6. Maintains required payroll documents for the completion of the work and report same to the Watertown Accounting Department.

  7. Oversees the implementation of the STEBBINS corporate and client safety programs, including:

    1. Familiarizes himself/herself and peers with potential hazards associated with the work place and adjacent areas.

    2. Instructs peers and subordinates in proper safety procedures for the work scope.

    3. Maintains required safety documents and records for the duration of the project.

  8. Interprets drawings and job instructions and installs the masonry work in accordance with approved drawings or directions from the responsible engineering authority.

  9. Collaborates with other contractors with regards to the masonry project to coordinate activities and to complete the work in a safe, efficient, and professional manner.

  10. Maintains routings, material lists, manpower requirements, machinery and equipment requirements, and skill levels required to install the masonry materials in accordance with approved drawings or directives in a timely, high quality fashion.

  11. Develops and maintains the knowledge and skills for the installation of masonry materials including but not limited to:

  • Chemically resistant tile and brick

  • Tile/brick lined structural concrete tanks and chests

  • Gun applied masonry materials

  • Rammed refractory plastics and castable materials

  • Conventional block and architectural brick and tile

  • Maintains knowledge in the installation of scaffolding shoring required for implementation of the masonry project.

  • Provides guidance and instructions to company men, other crafts, and local masons assigned to perform the specialized corrosion resistant masonry installations typical of STEBBINS work scope.

  • Performs other related duties as assigned.

 

SKILLS:

Oral communications                          
Technical communications                
Time management                               

Problem solving                                   

Written communications

Computer skills 

Math aptitude

Project management

 

Special Requirements:

 Working at heights up to 125 ft

Mediating labor and contract disputes

Operation of office equipment: phone, fax

Overtime

Working with hazardous materials: organic resins, lead, power equipment

Work with outside public

Ability to pass drug screening

Ability to pass pulmonary screening

Ability to obtain a passport

 

Physical Requirements:                                            
Standing                                                                      
Walking                                                                         
Sitting                                                                           
Climbing                                                                       
Kneeling                                                                                                                                       

Carrying                                                                       
Pushing                                                                       
Pulling                                                                          
Reaching                                                                     
Finger hand dexterity                                                
Hearing/talking
Seeing
Smelling

 

TRAINING:
Journeyman level in applicable trade (Brick Mason, Mason Tender).

 

EDUCATION:

Ability to complete full journeyman program from approved union affiliation. Education preferred but not required:

  1. High school graduate or GED

 

EXPERIENCE:

Prior construction experience. Minimum three years of field experience.

 

NOTES: The Company realizes that it is difficult to list all of the components of a job and that there will be a review of this job description from time to time in an effort to keep it up-to-date and complete.