Full Job Description
What Kind of Work Does Synergetic Do?
Synergetic Service Corp is a construction company based in
Wilmington, North Carolina. We have been installing and maintaining
vehicle barrier security systems, airport support equipment, and
other specialized products since 2002. We work on military bases,
airports, and other types of secure government and commercial
facilities throughout the U.S.
Synergetic is growing; and were putting together a new traveling
construction/installation crew. We
need permanent, full-time concrete construction foremen and crew
members to hit the road with us. This crew will dig holes and pour
concrete and install vehicle barrier systems around the
These opportunities are for people who have solid skills and
experience in a broad range of civil and mechanical construction
techniques and think of themselves as jacks-of-all-trades. A
typical installation project involves concrete cutting and
demolition, excavation, rebar-tying, form-building, running drain
pipes and conduits, placing and finishing concrete, mechanical
installation, and even some light hydraulics from time to time. We
use tools and equipment like concrete saws, jack hammers,
forklifts, skid steer loaders, excavators, drills, welders, brooms,
shovels, and paint brushes ; often many of these things throughout
the course of a single day.
What are Synergetics People Like?
The people who join us now will be key players in building
Synergetics future. Those who fit in best tend to be optimistic,
efficient, confident but open to suggestion, calm, honest,
perceptive, flexible, well-mannered, and very hard-working. They
are quick learners. It takes people who are clever, caring,
ambitious, and eager to learn and grow in order to be successful
What is it Like to Work at Synergetic?
This is a job for someone who loves to travel a lot. The
installation work that we have lined up for the rest of this year
(and beyond) will take place across many states throughout the
country. Sometimes our projects take a few days; sometimes they
take several weeks; and we go prepared to stay until they are
complete. Crews mobilize to sites either by driving company trucks
or airline travel, depending upon circumstances. If you cringe at
the idea of life on the road (suitcases, hotels, and restaurant
food), you probably wont like this job for very long.
This is not a typical 40-hour-per-week job. Most of our projects
are scheduled for normal work hours, but sometimes sites require
night or weekend work. And every once in a while, we find ourselves
working late in the rain in order to meet a deadline or to get set
up for the next day. We work hard and make good livings; but we
also recognize that a balance of healthy relationships and habits
and getting home to family, friends, and personal recreation
activities are among the most important parts of life.
Starting base pay rates are competitive and attractive and
depend upon skills, experience, and positions offered.
o Paid Travel Time
o Per Diem Travel Pay
o Travel Costs and Vehicles
Other Compensation and Benefits include:
o Overtime Pay
o Paid Holidays
o Paid Vacation Time
o Medical Insurance
o Dental Insurance
o Vision Insurance
o Short- and Long-Term Disability Insurance
o Accident Insurance
o Life Insurance
o 401(k) Plan Retirement Savings with Employer Contributions
A few bare minimum requirements:
a. You must have a valid Drivers License.
b. You must pass regular criminal background checks (no
c. You must pass regular drug screens.