Jobs are waiting for you!
At OnBoard4Jobs, we have an established reputation in the construction industry and understand that it takes a large diversified workforce to complete a construction project. Contractors are currently seeking entry level and experienced job seekers to work in the construction industry. Jobs are located throughout the State.
So how does it work?
If you are over the age of 18, want to work in construction and are qualified to work in the USA, a job in construction may be the answer. The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) has a program to help workers find employment in the roadway construction industry, including On-the-Job Training opportunities. We connect job seekers with contractors that are hiring. All you have to do is contact us!
Call 866 ON-BOARD (866.662.6273) ext. 3 or email OnBoard4Jobs@QCAusa.com
Just the Facts
What are the requirements to be included in the program?
- At least 18 years old
- Able to lift 50 lbs to 90 lbs
- Eligible to work in the United States
- Transportation – car, truck, bus or other means
- Ability to work outdoors
- Reliable and committed to work
- Drug free
Is this program free to job seekers?
Yes, this program is free to job seekers and contractors.
What type of jobs are available?
There are many types of jobs available in the roadway construction industry. Examples include:
- General workers (laborers)
- Traffic control (flaggers)
- Pipe layers
- Paving workers
- Concrete workers
- Heavy Machinery operators
Do you have to have experience to qualify for a job?
No. Entry level and experienced workers are encouraged to enroll. If you are a hard worker, have the ability to work outdoors and are willing to learn new skills, enroll today.
Is training available?
Yes, contractors will train you. You may even qualify for a Federal On-the-Job Training program. The On-the-Job Training program teaches workers new skills which provides more job opportunities in the construction field.
How much will I make an hour?
The job you perform determines the wage. As you gain experience your pay may increase.
How do I enroll in the program?
Fill out an enrollment form, to include a valid phone number and/or email address.
What happens after I send an enrollment form?
A Construction Careers staff member will contact you to determine what type of work you are looking for and what location. They will then contact many contractors in the area and provide your contact information. Contractors may contact you for a personal interview. If you are interviewed and/or hired, please let us know so we may update our records.
Email OnBoard4Jobs@QCAusa.com or call 1-866-ON BOARD (662-6273) ext. 3