Bishop Mays Inc.

Construction Laborer

Bishop Mays Inc.
Category Laborer Type Full-time
Location Greer, South Carolina View Website View website
Pay Rate Based on Experience
Category Laborer
Type Full-time
Location Greer, South Carolina
View Website View website


Bishop Mays Inc. is looking to hire construction laborers, with or without experience. Applicants will be working on site work crews, including tasks associated with erosion control, earth moving, land clearing, storm drainage installation, and demolition. This is a full time position, typically working a Monday-Friday work week. Competitive pay based on experience.


  • Running a chainsaw in clearing activities
  • Using pipe laser and shovel to assist excavator in laying storm drain pipe
  • Mixing mortar and using masonry to seal up storm structures and adjust heights
  • Planting grass and installing straw matting
  • Installing silt fence
  • Plumbing for roof drain connections
  • Work in backfill operations using shovel, gas powered rammer, and operating remote control trench compactor
  • Operate pad foot compactor in fill operations
  • Set up/take down of traffic control
  • Lubricate, clean, or repair machinery, equipment, or tools
  • Full-time, Monday – Friday


  • Good attitude, reliable, willingness to work and learn
  • Drug-free
  • Must be 18 years of age or older
  • Legally eligible to work in the US
  • Must be accountable for conduct and have excellent attendance
  • Capable of working at a sustained pace and producing quality work
  • No previous experience required


  • Competitive wages based on experience and qualifications
  • Health insurance
  • Vacation pay
  • Holiday pay
  • 401K with matching program
  • Work clothing allowance
  • Opportunity to grow and move up in the company

Work Environment:

  • Work is performed outside in all types of environmental conditions
  • Employee will need to be able to perform strenuous physical activity
  • Able to lift/carry up to 75 pounds
  • Able to stand, walk on uneven surfaces, climb, kneel, bend, twist, and push/pull
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In the dirt world, this is where it all starts. As a laborer, you do exactly as the job title suggests whether it be rigging pipe, shoveling rock, sweeping sidewalks, or supporting the overall operation however you can. Machines do a lot of the work, but we still rely on hardworking people to do the last and often most important 5-10%. Regardless of where you aspire to be later in your career, this is the best place to start.

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