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  • 27 Jun 2022 by Cait Lowe






    Job Title:                     Commercial Energy Engineer

    Organization:             Commercial & Industrial Marketing

    Reports To:                 Department Manager, C/I Mktg. & Economic Development

    Effective Date:            March 2022


    Job Summary

    Consultant to Commercial & Industrial Members on matters that add value to their services and enhance the efficiency and economic status of the Corporation. To be member focused, a service strategist, business energy consultant and GreyStone Power team player. Adapt and focus on improvement in processes.


    Key Responsibilities

    Safety and Corporate Standards

    • Perform all work in a safe manner, encouraging others to do the same, and reporting unsafe situations, environments, and work procedures.
    • Maintain working knowledge and abide by the Cooperative's Board Policies, Service Rules and Regulations as well as the Cooperative's various rate schedules and service charges.
    • Complete all assigned work in an accurate, timely, and efficient manner.
    • Maintain a neat and orderly work area.


    Commercial and Industrial Marketing Consultant
    • Ensure a competitive and proactive marketing solutions for commercial and industrial members.
    • Ensure marketing strategies achieve company objectives.
    • Respond to Member concerns in a timely manner with value added solutions.
    • Establish reasonable annual goals for marketing; provide a quarterly report to monitor these goals.
    • Develop internal communications support network, O/E, MS, Billing, Construction, Meter Apparatus.
    • Provide one to one assistance with billing & member Services to rapidly resolve Member problems.
    • Provide technical and soft skill assistance to O/E and Construction.


    Customer Choice Commercial and Industrial Loads
    • Establish and maintain professional relationships with commercial/industrial developers, architects, and engineers.
    • Promptly investigate all prospect information, and ensure proposals for service are delivered.
    • Obtain accurate descriptions of new member power supply requirements and communicate these to appropriate departments.
    • Ensure load management techniques and rate incentives are communicated to prospects.
    • Coordinate commercial and industrial member needs with other departments.
    • Ensure all Large Power Members have an assigned representative and maintain a high level of service.



    • Develop department work plans and budgets
    • Provide a quarterly report on activities.
    • Provide support and assistance relating to the overall marketing/member services & communications efforts as required or directed.
    • Provide support and assistance to other Cooperative Departments as required or directed.
    • Ensure annual collection/update of changes to Municipal territory maps for proper collection of Franchise Fees
    • Assist with the Annual Meeting as required or directed.
    • Perform other duties as may be required or directed.


    Required Education, Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

    • Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering or a related field is required.
    • Specialized educational courses in electricity may be required within six months following appointment of the position.  Exception to these requirements may be made only in consideration of related favorable experience and if the applicant demonstrates a commitment to a required program of self-development through required course work.
    • Minimum five years’ experience in Commercial or Industrial Marketing.
    • Experience in program development, commercial and industrial marketing and economic development.
    • Experience in negotiating contracts and commercial industrial energy audits.
    • Technical knowledge necessary to coordinate and provide technical assistance for commercial and industrial electric utility loads.
    • Working knowledge of marketing strategies and techniques as pertains to commercial and industrial members and prospects.  Working knowledge of Power Quality & Power Quality Analyzers.
    • Requires a valid Georgia driver’s license before employment.
    • Must pass the Cooperative’s employment physical and drug screen.
    • Excellent oral and written communication skills.
    • Excellent interpersonal skills to interact with employees, members, and the general public.
    • Demonstrated public speaking and presentation skills and the communication and interpersonal skills necessary to effectively communicate and relate to builders, developers, architects, consulting engineers, and other individuals associated with commercial and industrial development.
    • Develop and implement a strategic marketing plan related to commercial and industrial prospects and to analyze and evaluate the results attributed to such a plan.
    • Organize and coordinate formal commercial/industrial marketing presentations, both in written and verbal form.
    • Develop an interest in the ideals and objectives of an organization which is concerned with the Rural Utilities Service and the conduct of its business in a cooperative form of business enterprise and to be in sympathy with same. Attitude in the position must reflect a willingness to cooperate, perform, and contribute to the department's goal of providing service to the total organization.
    • Pursue a continuous program of self-development both inside and outside of work hours in furthering his/her knowledge to develop in the job and accept increasing responsibilities.
    • Proficiency with personal computers & Microsoft Office Applications (i.e., OUTLOOK, WORD, EXCEL, POWERPOINT).
    • Demonstrated expertise in electrical distribution industry, particularly with commercial/industrial members.


    Physical Demands

    Both office environment and outside work involving site visits is required.  Some stressful conditions due to competitive atmosphere and problem resolution with customers and internal organizations.  Business travel and occasional irregular hours are required. Must be prepared to report for storm, disaster, selected outages and severe weather responses and for associated special responsibilities.


    Supervisory Responsibility


    Essential Demand or Condition and Position Specifics

    • Sitting: Continually sits at work station
    • Standing: Frequently stands
    • Walking: Frequently walks to greet members
    • Driving: Frequently drives
    • Talking: Continuously uses speaking to communicate with members, co-workers and contractors while conducting work activities.  Talks with others face to face, telephone and via two-way radio.
    • Hearing : Continuously uses hearing to communicate with coworkers, members, customers and vendors.  Occasionally uses hearing to operate or monitor equipment.
    • Visual (include color perception): Frequently uses sight to complete tasks with computer, phone and paper.  Occasionally required to evaluate supplies or equipment readings based on colored lights or colored coding.
    • Lifting or Carries: Occasionally lifts or carries materials weighing up to 10 lbs. Occasionally lifts or carries materials that weigh up to 40 lbs.
    • Pushing or Pulling: Occasionally twists, pushes and pulls to file or retrieve documents.
    • Bending or Stooping: Occasionally bends or stoops to file or retrieve documents.
    • Kneeling, Squatting or Crawling: Occasionally kneels, squats or crawls to file or retrieve documents.
    • Climbing or Balancing: Occasionally climbs or balances during plant or site visits
    • Twisting or Reaching: Occasionally twists or reaches to file or retrieve documents.
    • Gripping or Grasping: Frequently grip-grasps mail to open and sort or to operate office equipment.
    • Fine Manipulation: Frequently uses hands to operate computer and office equipment
    • Operating Controls: At member facilities sometimes.
    • Other Physical Demands or Conditions: Occasional working in the community at Coop Events or Coop Business.
    • Exposure to Extreme Noise – PPE Demand: Occasionally
    • Exposure to Chemicals: Occasionally
    • Exposure to Temperature Extremes: Occasionally
    • Exposure to Slippery Conditions: Occasionally
    • Exposure to Electric Shock: Occasionally
    • Exposure to Open Heights: Occasionally
    • Exposure to Vehicular Traffic: Frequently
    • Other Exposure Conditions: Occasionally



    The duties identified above cover the major responsibilities of this position.  These are not intended to cover each and every aspect of the position.  At times, the scope and responsibilities of any given position may change or be temporarily altered and the employee may be required to perform additional or different tasks.  The basic requirement of every position with GreyStone Power is to perform all tasks as assigned by the Supervisor.


    NOTE:  All job specifications and applicant qualifications will be reviewed to assure compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.

    The applicants need to apply by going to .  We are accepting applications through July 22nd. 



  • 19 Apr 2022 by Cait Lowe

    General contractor (smaller GC < $20MIL/Yr) Looking for a construction office manager (working remote) who is comfortable with the following work:

    Past Knowledge / Experience Must Include:

    • Invoice
    • A/P
    • Contract Review (basic)
    • Basic Construction Document Knowledge
    • Able to travel 10% within GA, AL, SC
    • 3-5 years experience 

    If Interested: please contact

  • 19 Apr 2022 by TAMAE PARTAIN

    Multiple Positions Available:



    Construction managers

    Construction inspectors

    Grants administrators

    Office engineers



  • 19 Apr 2022 by Jessica Keith

    For VSC fire & security in Norcross.

    Role: Business Development Manager

    Salary: base + commission + benefits

    -territory is GEORGIA! so not much travel needed

    -general construction knowledge needed for this one 

    -experience in sales

  • 19 Apr 2022 by Kristen Miller

    Job Description

    Our company is looking for a long-term office manager that will be primarily doing our books. We are looking for a great attitude and a willingness to jump in and help our team anyway they can. This position will be the first person clients will interact with. Professionalism and character are of utmost importance. 


    • General bookkeeping and data entry
    • Populate job reports and help keep projects on budget
    • Interface with our accountants on a monthly and yearly basis
    • Manage payroll (outsourced)
    • Handle accounts receivable/payable
    • Maintain Insurance (ours and sub-contractors)
    • Maintain our Licensing
    • Maintain relationships and help build our sub-contractor base
    • Procure estimates from subcontractors (software driven) to help us be successful in being awarded projects
    • Deal with vendors for pricing/ordering from office supplies to jobsite equipment


    • Previous experience in accounting, finance, or other related fields
    • Microsoft office suite knowledge
    • Quick Books proficiency
    • Ability to prioritize and multitask
    • Strong organizational skills
    • Deadline and detail-oriented

    Company Description

    We are a growing commercial construction company licensed throughout the Southeast.

  • 10 Feb 2021 by Kim Whitehead


    PHONE: 205.714.1281


    Brasfield & Gorrie Expands Networking and Development Opportunities for Small, Minority- and Women-Owned Construction Firms

    General contractors’ EQUIP program to go virtual in 2021



    BIRMINGHAM, Alabama (Feb. 2, 2021) – Brasfield & Gorrie’s EQUIP program, an initiative dedicated to the development and inclusion of small, minority and women-owned trade contractors, will launch virtual programming on Feb. 16. EQUIP offers virtual sessions led by Brasfield & Gorrie employees to deliver industry education, meaningful networking and access to upcoming project opportunities for registered firms.

    “One of the key pieces of feedback I receive from small and diverse businesses is the need for more access to relationships and project opportunities with large general contractors. I hope EQUIP will meet that need,” said Natalie Kelly, the company’s Director of Corporate Responsibility.

    EQUIP initially launched in 2019 with sessions in Birmingham and Atlanta. Learn about a recent EQUIP participant’s experience here. The virtual program will serve trade contractors throughout the company’s footprint.

    EQUIP participants will attend virtual workshops focused on construction topics including estimating, safety, Lean construction, innovation and risk. They will also have opportunities to network with project and preconstruction teams specific to their locations and will receive information on opportunities to bid upcoming work.

    Workshops will be held monthly during spring and fall sessions and will be accessible through the EQUIP portal following each event.

    “As we continue building strong relationships with small and diverse firms in the industry, it is important that Brasfield & Gorrie expands the reach of EQUIP,” Kelly said. “The past year prompted the unique opportunity to do so through virtual sessions and we are excited about the potential to reach even more great firms.” Interested companies should register at


    About Brasfield & Gorrie 

    Founded in 1964, Brasfield & Gorrie is one of the nation’s largest privately held construction firms, providing general contracting, design-build, and construction management services for a wide variety of markets. We are skilled in construction best practices, including virtual design and construction, integrated project delivery, and Lean construction, but we are best known for our preconstruction and self-perform expertise and exceptional client service. Brasfield & Gorrie has 12 offices and approximately 3,000 employees. Our 2020 revenues were $3.9 billion. Engineering News-Record ranks Brasfield & Gorrie 22nd among the nation’s “Top 400 Contractors” for 2020. 


  • 02 Sep 2020 by Lisa Willis

    WHEN: Thursday, September 10

    TIME: 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM


    Trades: Cleaning, Structural Demolition, Fencing, Concrete, Masonry, Misc. Metals, Fireproofing, Drywall, Waterproofing, Electrical, Fire Alarm & Security, Painting, Earthwork, Plumbing, Metal Doors and Frames, HVAC, Structural Steel








  • 22 Jul 2020 by Lisa Willis



    Water Quality Technician certificate of credit program commences at Southern Crescent Technical College.

    Are you interested in pursuing a career as a Water Quality Technician?  Southern Crescent Technical College is offering a certification program that complies with Georgia Secretary of State Licensure requirements and prepares students to take the state's exam for a Water and Wastewater Treatment Operators Class III License. 


    To learn more, check out the article by Terrance Kelly, "Program to train water technicians now accepting students" CBS46, 21 July 2020, that covers a partnership between Henry County Water Authority and Southern Crescent Technical College.  Kelly notes, " According to a current opening with DeKalb County, a Department of Watershed plant operator can expect to earn a salary of $43K and $66K." Accessed 22 July 2020.

    For more information on the program offered by Southern Crescent Technical College:







  • 18 Jun 2020 by Brett Henderson

    The project includes but is not necessarily limited to, construction of the following:

    Two new coarse bar screens at ICWRC; New transfer pump station at ICWRC; New transfer pump station electoral building at ICWRC; Electrical and instrumentation work at ICWRC; Piping connections at ICWRC; Site work at SRWRC; ICWRC additive alternative modification of existing digester to equalization storage; Two new primary clarifiers at SRWRC; New primary headhouse with primary sludge pumps and clarifier drain pumps at SRWRC; New primary scum pumps and clarifier drain pumps at SRWRC; New primary scum pumps at SRWRC; New primary junction box and piping connections at SRWRC.   

    If you have an interest in the Project as a subcontractor, supplier or joint venture partner, please contact Brian Mazanec ( by June 26, 2020 to discuss the project in more detail.  If your firm is certified by the City of Atlanta as an MBE, FBE or SBE, please submit a copy of your certification letter.  A letter confirming the role and responsibilities of the subcontractor/supplier may be required. The Joint Venture is accepting responses to the RFP until July 16, 2020 at 12:30 P.M. EDT. 

    The Proposal document may be obtained at and may also be obtained from the Department of Procurement, Plan Room, City Hall South, Suite 1900, 55 Trinity Avenue S.W., Atlanta, Georgia, 30303 at a cost of $100.00 per package.  The document is also available by electronic means at

    Joint Venture Participation on City of Atlanta Projects


    The City of Atlanta encourages, where economically feasible, the establishment of joint ventures to ensure prime contracting opportunities for all businesses, including good faith outreach efforts to utilize certified minority and female business enterprises on Eligible Projects. On projects valued at five (5) million dollars or greater, the Office of Contract Compliance shall determine on a project-by-project basis whether non-discriminatory outreach efforts to enter into a joint venture shall be required. On such Eligible Projects, joint venture member businesses must have different race ownership, different gender ownership or both. The minority and female business enterprise members of the joint venture on projects on which a Joint Venture is required must be certified as such by the Office of Contract Compliance, and the joint venture team shall include in its bid submittal the MBE or FBE certification number of each MBE or FBE joint venture member.  OCC has made the determination non-discriminatory outreach efforts to enter into a joint venture are required for this solicitation.

    WWPS, An Alberici Enterprise,  shall not discriminate against any employee, or applicant for employment, because of race, color, creed, religion, sex, domestic relationship status, parental status, familial status, sexual orientation, national origin, gender identity, age, disability, or political affiliation.  The Joint Venture hereby notifies all subcontractors that it will affirmatively ensure that in any contract entered into pursuant to this project, all diverse businesses, including M/FBEs, will be afforded full opportunity to participate in this project and will not be discriminated against on the grounds of race, color, or national origin in consideration for an award.

  • 18 Jun 2020 by Brett Henderson

    The City of Atlanta, Department of Watershed Management operates the Drinking Water System, Wastewater System and various other facilities in the Atlanta metropolitan area.  The City wishes to identify Contractors capable of providing mechanical services; determine the rates for services; and to place contracts with Contractors for quick response in providing services on an as-needed basis.  Under this contract, the Contractor will perform work at the City’s facilities. Work will include mechanical repairs and improvements on major process, facility equipment, and facility infrastructure.    These services will be oriented towards completion of specific tasks.  Contractor employees and subcontractors working under this contract must be qualified by training and experience for their position and hold any necessary licenses. 

    If you have an interest in the Project as a subcontractor, supplier or a joint venture opportunity, please contact Lisa Willis at to discuss the project in more detail.  If your firm is certified by the City of Atlanta as an MBE, FBE or SBE, please submit a copy of your certification letter.  Proposals are due July 8, 2020 at 2:00 P.M. EDT. 

    The Proposal document may be obtained at and may also be obtained from the Department of Procurement by electronic means at

    WWPS, LLC shall not discriminate against any employee, or applicant for employment, because of race, color, creed, religion, sex, domestic relationship status, parental status, familial status, sexual orientation, national origin, gender identity, age, disability, or political affiliation.  WWPS, LLC hereby notifies all subcontractors that it will affirmatively ensure that in any contract entered into pursuant to this project, all diverse businesses, including S/M/FBEs, will be afforded full opportunity to participate in this project and will not be discriminated against on the grounds of gender, race, color, or national origin in consideration for an award.

  • 14 Jun 2019

    WWPS, LLC is requesting proposals for the R.M. Clayton WRC Digester Improvements & Rehab Phase I (FC-1190659) project located in Atlanta, GA.  BID DATE EXTENDED

    Project includes:

    Installation of one (1) new anaerobic digester cover for Digester 200, New pump mixing system for the two (2) existing digesters including two (2) digester mixing pumps for Digesters 200 and 250, Installation of two (2) digester access manways, One (1) electrical enclosure, Two (2) sediment traps, Removal and reinstallation of gas piping associated with digester cover replacement, Associated structural work, piping, electrical, and controls.

    Demolition of one (1) existing digester cover for Digester 200, Demolition of select components within the existing digester headhouse (pumping equipment, digester gas piping, digester gas sediment traps, electrical equipment and wiring, and miscellaneous metals), Demolition of two (2) digester gas mixing systems for Digesters 200 and 250, Removal and proper disposal of all sludge and debris from the conical volume of Digesters 200 and 250. Clean-out of two (2) existing digesters for Digester 200 and 250. Once cleaned, the interior of both Digester Tanks 200 and 250 will be inspected and the extent of miscellaneous repairs will be determined. This item will be paid for using a City allowance, Limited hazardous materials assessment. Prepare hazard materials assessment, limited to the area of work, including visual observations with sample collection and analysis of suspect asbestos-containing materials (ACM), suspect lead-based paints, and suspect polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs).

    Additive Alternates:

    Rehabilitation of one (1) anaerobic digester cover for Digester 250, the Addition of a third digester mixing pump, Replacement/addition of three (3) sludge withdrawal pumps, One (1) biogas flow meter, Two (2) gas foam separators, Two (2) condensate accumulators. Remove the tile floor and associated grout in Digester Headhouse No. 2. This work will include removal and proper disposal of all tile flooring and grout on all three levels of the Headhouse, repair of concrete floor, and application of concrete sealant as specified

    Subcontractor and supplier opportunities include: Demolition, Sludge Removal, Dewatering and Hauling, Electrical & Instrumentation, Process Pipe & Mechanical, Materials Testing, Paint & Coatings, Scaffolding Supply & Installation, Masonry

    Plans and specifications for this project are available through this link. Click or copy and paste into your web browser:

    For more information contact: Joe Giron 720-778-5572

    Proposals are due by Wednesday, July 10, 2019 at 2:00 pm EDT.  Addendum #2 new due date:  Friday Juy 26, 2019 2:00 pm EDT

    WWPS, LLC encourages Small, Minority and Women Owned Business Enterprises to participate in this project and hereby notifies all bidders that it will affirmatively ensure that in any contract entered into pursuant to this project, disadvantaged business enterprises will be afforded full opportunity to submit proposals in response to this invitation and will not be discriminated against on the grounds of race, gender, ethnicity, color or national origin in consideration for an award.

  • 11 Jun 2019 by TAMAE PARTAIN

    Requisition Number

    Requisition Title


    Marketing Manager


    Tolls Project Director


    TOC Customer Service Rep


    TOC Operator Trainee


    NEPA Planner (Mid-Senior Level)


    Sr. Traffic Incident Management Specialist


    Landscape Architect Intern


    Sr. NEPA PM


    Proposal Manager


    Sr. FEMA/ Water Resources Engineer


    Project Surveyor


    TOC Traffic Assistant Specialist


    Aviation Division Manager- Mid Atlantic


    Survey Instrument Operator


    Project Manager – Highway Design


    Senior Project Manager – Highway Design


    Cost Estimator


    Environmental/Ecology Scientist


    TOC Assistant Supervisor


    Senior Bridge Engineer


    Sr. Water/Wastewater Project Manager


    Senior Highway Designer


    Civil Engineering Project Director

    Contact for specifics on these positions in Atlanta.  For additional information on careers at Atkins or if you are looking for work outside of Georgia go here:

  • 10 May 2019


    Payroll Specialist

    Position Overview:

    As a Payroll Specialist you will be responsible and accountable for the coordination and delivery of compensation, time, attendance, and pre-payroll services.


    Position Requirements:

    • Bachelor’s degree in a related field with 7+ years’ experience of multi state payroll processing experience
    • Must demonstrate an understanding of the payroll and payroll tax processes
    • Construction payroll experience preferred
    • ADP experience preferred
    • Strong verbal & written communication skills
    • Proficiency in system reporting, data management and analytical skills

    Function Specific Activities:

    • Process payroll for all employees; perform payroll balance sheet accounts reconciliations and maintain appropriate records
    • Monitor all tax accruals and reposting including correct payment of all federal, state and city taxes
    • Balance quarterly payroll to ensure accuracy of taxable federal, FICA, Medicare and unemployment wages
    • Oversee payments of fringe benefits, 401(k) contributions, garnishments, etc
    • Provide accurate and timely changes to employees’ data regarding work schedules, leave balances, pay increases, benefit costs, etc. to ensure practices are aligned with internal and external policies and labor laws
    • Interface with employees to make sure compensation, benefits, time and attendance related data is processed via payroll inputs
    • Serve as primary administrator of ADP products and services


  • 10 May 2019 by Malika Meribe

    GBA Overview:  In addition to a competitive salary and career growth opportunities, the Georgia Building Authority (GBA) offers a generous benefits package, which includes employee retirement plan (including a 401(k) plan with up to 3% employer matching); paid holidays annually; vacation and sick leave; health, dental, vision, legal, disability, accidental death and dismemberment insurance, healthcare and child care flexible spending accounts.

    Position Description:  Under broad supervision, assists in coordinating the engineering, maintenance, renovation, and construction of facilities. Performs journeyman level heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) repairs and installations. Maintains compliance with applicable codes and regulations. Performs work in other maintenance specialties, such as carpentry, plumbing, heating and/or ventilation systems. May serve as project leader in maintenance, renovation and construction functions. May serve as a lead worker and/or supervise support staff. Position requires 24 hour on-call availability.

    Minimum Qualifications (Agency Specific):  Bachelor's degree in a related field from an accredited college or university AND One (1) year of HVAC experience, must have CFC Certification for applicable building equipment OR High School Diploma or GED AND Four (4) years of HVAC experience, must have CFC Certification for applicable building equipment. Must be able to lift up to 50 lbs. Must have a valid Georgia Driver’s License and meet the agency’s requirements to be an authorized driver.

    Preferred Qualifications (Agency Specific): Preference will be given to applicants who, in addition to meeting the minimum qualifications, possess the following: 

    • Experience in commercial building maintenance

    Competencies:  Considerable knowledge of procedures, tools and equipment used in the HVAC trade; effective oral and written communication skills; ability to read plans, blueprints and sketches; ability to accurately determine work to be performed and resources required. Ability to lift, push, pull and carry heavy items. Ability to lift up to 50 lbs.



    Email resume in Microsoft Word or PDF format to: with the following in the subject line of your email:   HVAC Tech

  • 14 May 2018 by Brett Henderson

    Georgia Bridge & Concrete, LLC, a metro Atlanta highway bridge and heavy civil construction company, is seeking qualified candidates for the following positions:


    This is a skilled craft position that requires performing general carpentry tasks involved in the construction of concrete forms for foundations, slabs, walls, columns, and bridge decks, bent caps, diaphragms and parapets. In addition to carpentry tasks, the job may also require tying rebar, pouring and shoveling concrete and general clean up around the job site.

    Construction Laborer

    Laborers operate a variety of hand and power tools, move materials, erect scaffolds, provide support during concrete pours, pick up and store tools and equipment and clean up rubble and debris on the job site. They also assist other craft workers when needed.

    Crane and Heavy Equipment Operator

    The primary responsibility is to operate the equipment in a safe and effective manner. They should have experience on Link Belt crawler crnaes and have driven piles, lifted an set bridge beams, set forms and poured concrete, loaded and unloaded materials and have rigging knowledge. They should also have experience operating excavators, loaders and dozers. Operators aslo perform daily maintenance checks and perform minor repairs to the equipment.

    All candidates must have construction experience building bridges, box culverts, tunnels, dams, retaining walls or other heavy civil construction projects. 


    General Requirements

    The candidate must:

    • Be at least 18 years of age to apply for these positions.
    • Provide their own transportation to and from the job site.
    • Acknowledge these positions require periods of standing, walking, climbing ladders, working at heights, stooping, bending and may require lifting up to 85 lbs.
    • Pass a phsycial examination and drug screen test as a condition for employment.

    *Interested candidates are encouraged to email their resumes to

    Georgia Bridge & Concrete, LLC is an Equal Opportunity Employer and a Drug Free Work Place.