(352) 314-8900

General Laborer

C&M Dredging is one of the premier commercial and industrial dredging companies in all of the United States. If you would like to join our team, please review the job listings below, then email your information to employment@cmdredging.com or call (352) 314-8900 and we will be glad to speak with you.


Location: Southeast US

Employment Type: Full Time

Hours: 40-60 hours per week

Pay: $13-16/hour with benefits

Job Description:

Seeking a motivated self-starter with a positive attitude to join a growing company, to perform labor-related activities on project sites throughout FL and the Southeast.

Work Styles:

Physical Requirements:

  • General labor requirements project to project
  • Pressure washing/cleaning and assisting with maintenance and service of equipment
  • Assistance Maintaining a clean and safe job site and work environment
  • Additional tasks on an as-needed basis
  • Reporting to job site foreman and superintendent

Skill Requirements:

  • 40-60 hours per week, 5-6 days per week average (sometimes 7 days per week)
  • Must be able to lift 100 lbs.
  • Must be authorized to work in the US
  • Valid driver's license.
  • Equipment Operating Experience a plus
  • Mechanical knowledge a plus
  • Experience on project sites a plus
  • Must be able to complete tasks with and without direct supervision
  • Must be open to frequent and extensive travel
  • Must be available to work out of town for long periods of time, including some weekends and holidays

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Featured Project

Lake Lorraine

Leesburg, FL

Highlights:

  • 53,000 cubic yards of material removed
  • Hydraulic Dredging to Geotextile tubes
  • Automated Polymer Injection System
  • Dewatering site less than 1 acre in size
  • Dredging, Dewatering, Hauling and Disposal all simultaneously

Background:

C&M Dredging performed an environmental restoration dredging project to restore water quality and depth to Lake Lorraine in Leesburg, FL. The project consisted of removing 53,000 cubic yards of silt and muck from the 10-acre lake utilizing hydraulic dredging.

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