The Civil Laborer is required to perform the same tasks on site as other Technicians. The Foreman works under the immediate supervision of the Project Manager/Project Supervisor.


Job Responsibilities

  • Installs tower foundations, underground utilities, equipment pads, fencing using construction and rigging equipment

  • Performs excavation and backfill for underground utilities, roadways, equipment pads, foundations, and other civil work as required for specific project requirements.

  • Pick-up/delivery of supplies, tools, equipment, components, etc., via company vehicle

  • Proficient in the use of power and hand tools required for the various tasks assigned

  • Operation of heavy machinery including excavators, compactors, man lifts, and boom lifts

  • Knowledgeable with the means and methods and demonstrate skill in sitework excavation, backfill, underground utilities, and simple concrete work.

  • Understands project deliverables, cost estimates, and major milestones

  • Develops detailed plan to complete project, including schedule of activities and projection of manpower needs, communicate and coordinate with Project Manager.

  • Schedule, inventory, and oversee delivery and use of both customer supplied and TCI materials, tools and equipment

  • Supervise and monitor worker productivity, including reporting hours for all personnel on jobsite. Submit daily reports recording all subcontractor and TCI activity and job site conditions to Project Manager

  • Supervise and develop personnel, resolve employee issues, provide technical training for tower hands, and conduct “toolbox talks”

  • Adhere to all company and industry (i.e. OSHA) health and safety standards and regulations



  • Must understand plans and specifications and be knowledgeable about construction methods, materials, and regulations.

  • Must be flexible and work effectively in a fast-paced environment.

  • Must be decisive and work well under pressure, particularly when faced with unexpected occurrences or delays.

  • Have the ability to coordinate several major activities at once is essential, as is an understanding of engineering, architectural and other construction drawings.

  • Must be familiar with a variety of the field’s concepts, practices, and procedures.

  • Must have manual adroitness and excellent hand-eye coordination.

  • Good physical condition and stamina required.

  • Ability to read, comprehend, and carry out instructions in English.

  • Must have the ability to work independently under limited supervision.

  • Must efficiently prioritize and perform job requirements and activities based on open communication with the Project Manager and others.

  • Able to establish good working relationships with many different people, including clients, managers, subcontractors and crew.

  • High School graduate, GED, or equivalent work experience required.

  • 3-5 years of experience in general construction, electrical, technical, or mechanical field preferred.

  • Basic mathematical skills, ability to apply common sense reasoning, good verbal and written communication skills.

  • OSHA 30-hour, CPR and first aid training preferred.

  • Hoisting license, Hydraulic operator’s license required



  • PTO

  • Biennial boot allowance of $150

  • Safety and industry certifications paid for by TCI

  • Fidelity 401K Retirement Program

  • Optional Medical Insurance

  • Optional Dental Insurance

  • Optional VSP Vision Plan available

  • Free financial planning advisor through Fidelity

  • Power tools and all necessary safety gear (PPE) provided by TCI

  • Competitive pay

  • Overtime potential

  • College tuition benefits

  • Company-provided Basic Employee Assistance Program

  • Healthcare Flexible Spending Account 

  • Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account

  • Employee Discounts with Verizon Wireless

  • Company-provided Life and AD&D insurance 

  • Company-provided Disability Insurance

  • Referral Bonus Program ($400 min.)

  • 10 Paid holidays per calendar year 

  • Some employees will have use of or be issued a company vehicle

  • Quarterly safety incentives ($50 min.)

  • Monthly photo contest incentives ($25 gift card)

  • Additional Annual bonus incentives ($200 min.)

If you feel that, you meet these qualifications and pride yourself on being a punctual, reliable person, with quality workmanship please respond. No phone calls please. Please Attach Resume & Cover Letter for Consideration. All inquiries without such will not be considered.


Timberline Communications, Inc. fully endorses the national certification program offered by the National Wireless Safety Alliance (NWSA).

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