Paving Laborer

Job Description

Paving Laborer

A paving laborer performs tasks involving physical labor at Paving, Utility Excavation, and Site Development job sites. Operates various pieces of equipment; street saw, paving screed, small roller, skid steer, etc. Performs general house keeping duties, lutes black top, shovel material and performs traffic control operations. Assists other workers as required in various operations.


  • Assists in setting up paving laser

  • Seals asphalt joints

  • Operates street cut saw

  • Performs work zone layout to PennDot publication 213 guidelines as provided by site foreman.

  • Operates Small dump truck

  • Lutes blacktop

  • Operates paving screed

  • Operates medium sized equipment (Skid Steer, Small Roller)

  • Performs general housekeeping duties

  • Cleans up Vehicles / Equipment (Dump Truck beds)

  • Wears all applicable Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

  • Complies with all company and OSHA mandated safety and health guidelines

  • Performs additional duties as assigned


Requires high school level education (or equivalent); must have ability to use basic shop mathematics, or handbook formulas; may need to interpret simple blueprints or drawings, use a wide variety of tools or precision measuring instruments; may set-up, re-tool, operate a somewhat complex machine on repetitive work.


Two to five years of general labor experience, with more than two years of asphalt paving labor experience.

Company Description
E.K. Services, Inc. is a full service Utility and Asphalt Paving contractor serving commercial, municipal, and residential customers throughout the state of Pennsylvania since 1978. Our commitment to excellence and our long history of safety and reliability have positioned us as a leader in our field. E.K. Services, Inc. is a stable and growing company that currently employs a workforce of approximately 100. We are beginning the 2017 work season with a healthy backlog of work and we are looking forward to the continued growth of our organization.

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