Job Code: JSOP-1051
Country: Serbia

Country Description: Serbia, located in Southeast Europe, is known for its rich history, cultural heritage, and scenic landscapes. With a mix of historic monuments, charming villages, and vibrant cities, Serbia offers a blend of tradition and modernity. The country’s economy is driven by sectors such as manufacturing, agriculture, construction, and services, with a focus on innovation and growth. Serbia’s strategic location, skilled workforce, and competitive business environment make it an attractive destination for investors and businesses seeking opportunities in the region.

Job Designation: Tile Worker, Shuttering Carpenter, Mason (Construction Industry)

Responsibilities may include but are not limited to:

In Serbia’s construction industry, tile workers, shuttering carpenters, and masons play essential roles in various aspects of building and infrastructure projects, contributing to the quality and completion of construction works.

Tile Worker:

  • Installing ceramic, porcelain, or stone tiles on floors, walls, and other surfaces in residential, commercial, and industrial buildings.
  • Preparing surfaces, mixing adhesives, and cutting tiles to size using appropriate tools and equipment.
  • Ensuring proper alignment, spacing, and grouting of tiles to achieve desired patterns and finishes.
  • Following blueprints, specifications, and building codes to meet quality standards and project requirements.

Shuttering Carpenter:

  • Constructing formwork, molds, and frameworks for casting concrete structures such as walls, columns, and beams.
  • Reading and interpreting construction drawings and plans to determine formwork dimensions, layouts, and materials.
  • Assembling, erecting, and bracing formwork components using carpentry tools and techniques.
  • Inspecting formwork for accuracy, stability, and safety before pouring concrete to ensure proper alignment and structural integrity.


  • Laying bricks, blocks, or stones to construct walls, partitions, facades, and other structural elements of buildings.
  • Mixing mortar, spreading mortar bed, and setting units in place according to construction drawings and specifications.
  • Cutting, shaping, and finishing masonry units using hand or power tools to achieve precise dimensions and profiles.
  • Repairing, repointing, or replacing damaged or deteriorated masonry work to maintain structural integrity and aesthetic appeal.

Their responsibilities may include but are not limited to:

  • Adhering to safety regulations, quality standards, and best practices in all aspects of work to prevent accidents, injuries, and defects.
  • Communicating effectively with colleagues, supervisors, and project managers to coordinate tasks, resolve issues, and ensure project progress.
  • Demonstrating craftsmanship, attention to detail, and teamwork in performing assigned duties, reflecting Serbia’s values of professionalism and excellence.
  • Continuously learning and improving skills through training, experience, and exposure to new techniques and materials in the construction industry.
  • Contributing to the successful completion of construction projects on time, within budget, and to the satisfaction of clients and stakeholders.
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