I have been a bricklayer for eight years but cant continue because of medical problems. I need to find a new career, but also I want to do something good for the planet. Any ideas?
I am adding a new room to my home and the exterior walls will be brick. Anyone know if a bricklayer charges by the brick or by the hour?
I'm just an ordinary dude who has done lots of tough jobs like bricklayer's laborer, construction worker, night shift big city cab driver, bouncer/doorman, security, etc.
[I haven't been President yet. Just waiting for the call]
But the hardest job I ever tackled was looking after 2 girls (2 and 4 years old) for 2 weeks, 10am to 10pm for a working mother who could not find a sitter in the area.
What an edukation! Somehow I survived and they did too.
I gotta hand it to you ladies
So wadda you think?
Is raising kids the toughest assignment around?
I have passed Foundation course at college and passed CITB apprentice assessment. I am looking for a builder who is willing to employ me as an apprentice bricklayer.
I am taking classes in architecture, but I dont have a job and need a job in the meantime. I was thinking if I could get on a work crew and apprentice for a little bit? Is it a long process, or would I find the work easy to get into?
A company wants to build a brick wall. Working together, an experienced bricklayer and an apprentice can build the wall in 12 hours. Working alone, it takes the apprentice 10 hours longer than the experienced bricklayer to do the job. How long would it take the apprentice to build the wall alone?
Me and my family are aiming to arrive in Australia from the uk arround september. I was wondering if anyone knew of any contractors/Companies who are looking for a good Bricklayer. I have 20 years experience in the new homes and commercial Builds. Would also like an idea of how much per 1000 or day rate is being offered arround the Gold Coast Sunshine Coast or Brisbane areas. Willing to change area for a good start.
I have only had office jobs before and am going for a career change.I have normally gone to interviews in a suit but i was thinking just a shirt and tie for this? Or is it better to go more casual?
Any help would be appreciated
Is it an entry level position?
what jobs are available in the civilian world?
what exactly do you do when you get out of boot camp and get stationed?
(im looking for somewhat of a 'job description')
Thanks in advance.
My fingerprints are faded due to the job i do. and i have trouble in security most of the time. Is there anyway i can make my fingerprints more visible?
I'm looking for stable work, and I've decided that bricklaying seems to be the job for me. I don't have any training in it, though. I went to the bricklayers union website, and I can't find any information about apprenticeships. I live in New York City.
Hi, my partner and i are moving to the perth/joondalup area from england in september, he is a fully qualfied brickie with 11 years exp. can anyone tell me what the work situation is like over there at the moment? and what the average daily rate is for bricklayers? thank you.
Hi - we are in the process of assessing our eligibility to emigrate to Australia (to Perth, WA), and my husband is a bricklayer / builder. I was wondering if anyone out there could give us an idea of the current salary levels for bricklayers and what demand for them there is at present. When we were there last year it looked as though there was a lot of work underway, but I am not sure if that is still the case. I would be really grateful for any feedback to help us make an informed decision. Thanks!!
I am filling out a job application and it asks for my "current title" what does that mean? I need to know soon so I can finish this application.
I am trying to find a union employer that will sponsor and employ me as an apprentice. I am near Chicago, and I would prefer a position as a carpenter, electrician, bricklayer, operating engineer, or iron worker. I am pretty open. I just want to learn a trade and be able to work with my hands. I would prefer a union for the added benefits and good pay.
I want to get in to the management side of things but first want to learn the grass-roots practical aspects of working on a building site.
Which jobs on a building site require no previous qualifications? Someone told me a hod carrier is the lowest ranking, so to speak, so could I just walk on to a building site after a health/ safety briefing and start work as one of these? What about a labourer or a brick layer?
I have heard you now need to take a course to be a bricklayer- if so, how long does this take and cost, roughly?
I'm 14 turning 15 in august, im in grade 10, and im wondering if i can become a bricklayer as a full time job or go to school 2 times a week and the rest do bricklaying. If not is there any type of job i could do instead of school?
I get decent grades I was wondering if you would just go straight to the union carpenter or go to college for a job I might not even make as much money as being a union carpenter?
Just wondering how good of a job a union carpenter is?
What part of translation most closely resembles the assistant's job?What do the bricks represent?
(he is being 'unofficially' pushed out of his job) he wants to know if anyone knows of any agency's or building companies that are looking for people??? please help me