If you’re willing to join Local 185 and go through their apprenticeship training program, then Selby Soil will be happy to conduct an in person interview with you within the next two weeks—unless you’re already a member?
Joining the Laborers Union Local 185 is a requirement in order to become employed by Selby Soil. I hope to learn more about you and your continued career interest with Selby Soil soon. Please reply by email and we’ll continue to conversation. You must become a member of the union before employment can begin with Selby Soil. Once you’re registered and enrolled in their apprenticeship program, please let me know as soon as possible so we can request your profile and commence scheduling.
Perform your skills as either a general laborer or driver (class A, B, and/or C)
If hired as a "driver" must pass DOT drug screen and have clean MVR
Upon hire, all General Laborers must register with Laborers Union Local 198
Ability to follow ALL direction and work within a team environment
Communicate with Foreman effectively
Work well with all parties involved including, coworkers, inspectors and management
Work in a safe and efficient way according to all relevant legislation, policies and procedures
Ability to travel
Must be punctual, reliable and able to maintain a consistent work schedule
Self-motivated with positive attitude and strong work ethic
Able and willing to communicate with the public and co-workers effectively
Can understand and communicate in English
Comfortable with electronic time and attendance systems
Can perform new hire onboarding electronically
Education: High School or equivalent GED diploma
Valid and Active Driver's License (Class A, B, and/or C)
Flexibility to work extra hours
If you have the skills and abilities then we want to hear from you! Please apply today! Please make sure you turn OFF your web browsers pop up blockers so that your application is submitted correctly.
If you encounter any issues with the application, please contact our Workforce Planning Specialist at 916-752-2255 anytime seven (7) days a week.