Brittni was working in retail in 2012 when a friend who worked in construction suggested she consider getting her Traffic Control Person (TCP) ticket. She didn’t know much about the traffic industry at the time but working as a flagger pays well so she thought she should give it a try. She signed up for the TCP course, passed her assessment, and became a certified traffic control person all within a week.
Wondering how to start a career in traffic control? We’ve laid it out in simple steps from becoming a certified Traffic Control Person (TCP), to working as a Lane Closure Technician (LCT), to becoming a Field Supervisor. Simply start at step one and the rest will follow!
Congratulations! It’s not every day that you receive a phone call for a job interview, especially at the construction company you’ve wanted to work at for some time.
You’ve been searching for a job on one of the many search engines out there, and finally you get that phone call. Your ideal employer wants to bring you in for an interview to see if you hold up to your resume. (If you need help making your application stand out, check out our other blog). Here are 7 of the top construction interview questions for construction and trades jobs. We’ve also come up with some quick tips to help you answer them and ace your next job interview:
When you are applying for jobs in construction, your application will be the first thing that the hiring person will see from you. In the sea of resumes and cover letters, how can you make the best first impression? Here are 5 tips that will make your application shine among others’ in the construction sector.