Menu

Certified Flagger

at Access Labor Service in Dover, Delaware, United States

Job Description

Certified Delaware & Maryland Flagger

Urgently hiring for Certified Delaware and Maryland road flaggers. You must be certified! Having a Car is a BIG plus, but not a requirement as long as you are able to report to our main office. Having all your own equipment is a BIG plus, but help with acquiring your own equipment is available if needed.

WE ARE PROTECTORS!

Are you interested in SAFETY? What about PROTECTING your friends and family while they are driving through work zones? We offer GROWTH opportunities and YEAR-ROUND work! NEVER SEASONAL and we NEVER lay off!

Job Summary:
Primary responsibility is to perform traffic control within worksites/zones for maintenance and construction projects. A flagger directs traffic for a road construction crew. Flaggers hold a large orange flag, which they use to help indicate to motorists to slow down, stop, and pass-through traffic/road. Flaggers often work in conjunction with other flaggers, with each standing at opposite ends of the construction area and coordinating traffic flow via communication, either by two-way radio or hand signals. Flaggers often work long hours in a variety of weather conditions that include snow, rain, extreme heat, and cold. Flaggers often stand for long shifts with few breaks. At the same time, they must remain alert to their surroundings and keep traffic moving while ensuring the safety of motorists, construction workers, and themselves.

A flagger must be very attentive to what’s going on around him/her. They must work well alone and as a member of a team. He/she should speak English as they need to relay traffic information to the public, other flaggers, construction workers, and/or to report incidents or accidents to law enforcement officials and their superiors. Flaggers should be professional and courteous at all times.
 

Certified Delaware & Maryland Flagger

Urgently hiring for Certified Delaware and Maryland road flaggers. You must be certified! Having a Car is a BIG plus, but not a requirement as long as you are able to report to our main office. Having all your own equipment is a BIG plus, but help with acquiring your own equipment is available if needed.

WE ARE PROTECTORS!

Are you interested in SAFETY? What about PROTECTING your friends and family while they are driving through work zones? We offer GROWTH opportunities and YEAR-ROUND work! NEVER SEASONAL and we NEVER lay off!

Job Summary:
Primary responsibility is to perform traffic control within worksites/zones for maintenance and construction projects. A flagger directs traffic for a road construction crew. Flaggers hold a large orange flag, which they use to help indicate to motorists to slow down, stop, and pass-through traffic/road. Flaggers often work in conjunction with other flaggers, with each standing at opposite ends of the construction area and coordinating traffic flow via communication, either by two-way radio or hand signals. Flaggers often work long hours in a variety of weather conditions that include snow, rain, extreme heat, and cold. Flaggers often stand for long shifts with few breaks. At the same time, they must remain alert to their surroundings and keep traffic moving while ensuring the safety of motorists, construction workers, and themselves.

A flagger must be very attentive to what’s going on around him/her. They must work well alone and as a member of a team. He/she should speak English as they need to relay traffic information to the public, other flaggers, construction workers, and/or to report incidents or accidents to law enforcement officials and their superiors. Flaggers should be professional and courteous at all times.

Copy Link

Job Posting: 865792

Posted On: Nov 08, 2021

Updated On: Dec 01, 2021