Concrete Laborer and Finishers


ACPLM, Inc is looking for experienced Concrete Finishers and Laborers to join our team in Tampa, FL. Our employees are our greatest asset and we believe in providing the resources needed to maintain safe, rewarding and gainful employment.

If you are an exceptional individual looking for a career in construction you will find a great fit with us!

Concrete Finisher and Laborer Job Descriptions

Concrete Laborer Job Description

We are looking for experienced Concrete Laborers to join our team, where they will be responsible for designing and building concrete forms with construction machines or hand-mixing tools.

A Concrete Laborer’s responsibilities include focusing on pouring concrete, but they may also be required to apply stains like sealants and waterproofing after finishing concrete.

Ultimately, you will work with other construction experts on various job sites to pour concrete and construct various types of concrete structures as needed.


  • Use wire mesh to reinforce the concrete

  • Spread and smooth concrete

  • Mold expansion joints and edges

  • Use stains or colors to add the finishing touch

  • Add small stones or other materials for decoration

  • Apply waterproofing and sealant to protect the concrete work

Requirements and skills

  • Proven work experience as a Concrete Laborer or similar role

  • Ability to perform strenuous tasks with hands

  • Ability to kneel, bend and lift heavy materials

  • Ability to measure accurately and read specifications

  • Relevant training and/or certifications in Concrete Labor

Comply with all ACPLM, Inc. Safety Policies at all times

  • Acknowledge the importance of safety and PPE on the job site.

  • Report any unsafe conditions or concerns to the foreman, Job Site Safety Supervisor or Human Resources / Safety Coordinator.

Concrete Finisher Job Description

The Concrete Finisher’s duties include but are not limited to grading, setup, pouring, and finishing concrete surfaces including but not limited to concrete floors, sidewalks, curbs, and ADA ramps. They are responsible for keeping a clean jobsite and completing all tasks in a safe and productive manner. Reports to work on time at the location specified by the foreman. General knowledge of blueprint reading. Provides, maintains, and replaces as needed the tools required for the position. The ability to lift 75-100lbs. Physical ability to stand and perform repetitive work that includes bending, pushing, pulling, twisting, kneeling, sitting and squatting for 8 or more hours a day. Effective communication skills including; speaking, listening, and following oral & written instructions. The ability to handle multiple tasks under pressure in a calm manner. The willingness to work overtime, nights, weekends and out of town as needed.

Day to Day Responsibilities

Site Preparation

  • Removes old concrete using skid steers and hand tools.

  • Grades to proper elevations using skid steers, shovels, and rakes checking heights using lasers and string lines.

  • Properly constructs wooden forms.

  • Positions forms that hold concrete to the correct depth and ensure they are properly aligned.

  • Installs expansion joints, rebar, and wire mesh as called for in job specifications.

  • Removes unneeded materials from the working area to a designated location, keeping a clean & safe job site.

  • Notes site conditions, ground temperature, air temperature, and humidity levels and makes adjustments to mix designs to achieve proper set times.

Spreads Concrete

  • Moves large quantities of concrete into position using pumps, conveyors, power buggies and wheel barrows.

  • Communicates with conveyor, pump, and ready-mix drivers via signals to keep the correct flow of concrete and position of chutes and hoses.

  • Spreads and levels concrete using rakes, shovels, hand or power trowels, hand or power screeds, and floats.

  • Operates a power vibrator to compact concrete.

  • Molds expansion joints and edges.

Finishes Concrete

  • Installs anchor bolts, steel plates, door sills and other fixtures as called for in job specifications into poured concrete before it hardens.

  • Finishes surfaces to produce the final product as called for in job specifications using brooms, hand tools, power trowels, and riding trowels.

  • Applies hardening and sealing compounds to cure surfaces as required in job specifications.

  • Saw cuts joints as required in job specifications.

Equipment Use and Maintenance

  • Operates equipment in a safe and respectful manner. Maintains an awareness of the site conditions and adjusts the operation of equipment as needed in order to operate safely.

  • Checks fluid levels and greases equipment daily.

  • Immediately notifies the foreman of any equipment needing maintenance.

  • Keeps all ACPLM, Inc. equipment secure to minimize loss due to theft.

  • Returns equipment to its proper location after use.

Comply with all ACPLM, Inc. Safety Policies at all times

  • Acknowledge the importance of safety and PPE on the job site

  • Report any unsafe conditions or concerns to the foreman, Job Site Safety Supervisor or Human Resources / Safety Coordinators

    What we offer: 

    • ACPLM, Inc. offers, Vison, Dental, Free Telehealth, Life insurance policy, Long-term disability, Short-term disability, Accident Insurance, and Critical Illness Insurance.
    • 401K retirement safe harbor benefits with a company match after only 6 months of employment 100% vested.
    • ACPLM, Inc. also pays $40.00 per day per diem to qualifying employees, and paid time off for Holidays and Vacation.
    • ACPLM, Inc. offers competitive wages. Hourly pay. Direct Deposit. Paid weekly.
    • The opportunity to come work with a fun and caring family oriented company where you will create a better future for yourself. We prioritize growth from within.
    • Please call 813-633-0548 to schedule an interview and begin working as soon as tomorrow.

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