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The Construction Coordinator is responsible for supervising aerial and underground construction crews. 1. Perform pre-construction field inspection to ensure completion of make ready and existing aerial facilities owned by various power, telephone and CATV companies. 2. Responsible for working with and managing contractors, Preparing detailed work prints, writing Job Cost estimates, and creating a...
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Posted Thu 6th June
The manufacturing industry is successful thanks to the manual labor of the industry's employees. Job titles in manufacturing include industrial, electronic and mechanical engineers, drafters, production managers, tool and die makers, computer programmers and operators, assemblers, inspectors, and sales reps and sales engineers. No college education is required to get started in this industry as a production worker, but management may require a college degree. Some workers take local training courses or learn on the job as apprentices. Salaries for manufacturing workers are very good compared to other industries.