Employment & Application

If any of the opportunities below sound like the right fit for you, please complete the online application below or submit a current resume for consideration.

Class A or B Dump Truck Driver

Asphalt Services of Ohio has immediate openings for experienced Class A & B drivers to drive our dump trucks and our transport.

Requirements:

  • Possess CDL Class A or B
  • 1+ years of CDL truck driving experience
  • Dump truck experience preferred
  • Pass pre-employment drug screen and criminal background check including MVR. Drug/alcohol screening is a condition of employment
  • Steady work history is highly desirable.

Compensation is $17.00-$19.00 per hour plus overtime, paid time off, 401(k) with generous company match and sign-on bonus payable after 60 days.

Prep Crew

What the Laborers do generally:

  • become familiar with all the job parameters
  • handle all the tools, equipment and material needed for the day
  • many responsibilities alongside and in between heavy equipment making safety one of his top priorities
  • overall goal is to advance to the next level

Main duty: to take care of the site
Specifically

  • before leaving the yard assure that water and fuel tanks are full for all equipment
  • go to the tool truck to gather all the tools for the day
  • take the push brooms, shovels, marking paint, level, string, stakes, and more
  • help unload the equipment
  • assists with checking grade by pulling string or placing levels
  • walk entire site and evaluate for scope of work; noting problems or issues such as:
    • hazards: over head wires; possible underground wires if not marked; fences, signs, vehicles, trees, shrubs
    • painting sewer, catch basin lids etc.…
    • locate water supply
    • damaged concrete (take picture)
  • direct and guide trucks being loaded by the milling machine
  • guide the bobcat
  • keeping edges swept and clean
  • maintain cleanliness on concrete surfaces and adjacent surfaces
  • fill equipment tanks with fuel and/or water if operator asks (throughout the day)
  • assist with cleaning up equipment, ensuring it’s wiped down
  • clean the tools and return them to the tool truck for safekeeping overnight (don’t forget spray cans)
  • grease equipment (day end)
  • fuel equipment before leaving the jobsite
  • assist with loading equipment if asked
  • filling equipment tanks with water (day end at yard)
  • fuel tool truck and fuel cell (day end at yard)

IF INTERESTED IN JOINING THE ASO TEAM PREP CREW, PLEASE COMPLETE THE EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION.

Pave Crew

What the Pave Crew Laborers do generally:

  • become familiar with all the job parameters
  • handle all the tools, equipment and material to take care of the mat
  • many responsibilities alongside and in between heavy equipment making safety a top priority
  • overall goal is to advance to the next level

Main duty: to take care of the mat:

  • sweeping
  • brooming
  • raking
  • shoveling
  • lining out the job, and more

Specifically:

  • help unload equipment at jobsite
  • go to the tool truck to gather all the tools for the day
  • take the rakes, lutes, shovels, marking paint, spray cans of release agent, and more to the paver
  • clear the joint, broom it, blow it off and tack it for paving (where new and existing pavement meet)
  • measure and line out the job for the day’s paving with help from the foreman
  • they need to know how many tons the job will take and what the yield will be
  • may be needed to assist in directing traffic
  • may work as a flagger in the work zone
  • may be asked to guide equipment operators within the work zone
  • will assist the paver operator in backing up trucks

Remember: Never step between the haul truck and the paver

  • assist in building the sit down pad at the beginning of the pull for the paver
  • build radiuses and pavement sections that must be performed by hand
  • build up sections of pavement against utilities, landscape features or other structures that need to have mix sealed against them
  • will place the mix by shovelful, and lute it smoothly into a mat
  • will use hand tamps and plate compactors to get initial compaction of small areas
  • if the augers are having trouble feeding material all the way to the end gate, the laborer will use a shovel to pull material out to the end gate
  • be like the watch dog, watching for divots or holes in the mat behind the screed
    • fixing them by grabbing the right amount of mix out of the hopper and casting the mix directly onto the area
  • lute man will use the lute to smooth the tossed mix into the area, making it even with the surface
    • will scrape the excess off to the side of the mat for collection
  • laborer then will scoop the excess up with a shovel to remove it for recycling
    • This means the laborers need to be on both sides of the mat to do their jobs effectively. You do not want to walk across the mat.
  • maintain cleanliness around the paver, shoveling up any spilled mix that could negatively affect the mat (throughout the day)
  • make sure jobsite is clean before leaving
  • notice any globs of mix on the ground and get them to the recycle pile
  • fill equipment tanks with fuel (if operator asks)
  • assist with cleaning up equipment, ensuring it’s wiped down and free of mix or globs of goo that create problems later (day end)
  • clean the tools and return them to the tool truck for safekeeping overnight (don’t forget spray cans)
  • help load equipment
  • filling equipment tanks with water (day end)
  • fuel equipment (day end)

 

IF INTERESTED IN JOINING THE ASO TEAM PAVE CREW, PLEASE COMPLETE THE EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION.

Asphalt Services of Ohio is an Equal Opportunity Employer