JSOP-1060 SERBIA MACHINES MASON PLASTER CONSTRUCTION

Job Code: JSOP-1060
Country: Serbia

Country Description: Serbia, located in Southeast Europe, is known for its rich history, cultural heritage, and scenic landscapes. With a diverse economy and strategic location, Serbia offers opportunities in various sectors, including manufacturing, agriculture, tourism, and construction. The country’s economy is characterized by a mix of traditional industries and emerging sectors, with a focus on innovation and development.

Job Designation: Machine Mason, Plasterer (Construction)

Responsibilities may include but are not limited to:

In Serbia’s construction industry, machine masons and plasterers play crucial roles in building and finishing structures, ensuring quality craftsmanship, aesthetics, and durability in construction projects.

Machine Mason:

  • Operating construction machinery, such as bricklaying machines, block laying machines, or robotic masonry systems, to automate the process of laying bricks, blocks, or stones in building walls, partitions, or facades.
  • Monitoring machine performance, adjusting settings, and troubleshooting equipment malfunctions to maintain productivity, accuracy, and safety in masonry operations, and coordinating machine movements with construction activities and site conditions.
  • Collaborating with construction supervisors, masons, and machine operators to plan masonry tasks, optimize workflow, and achieve project objectives, while adhering to quality standards, building codes, and project specifications.

Plasterer:

  • Applying plaster, stucco, or other finishing materials to interior or exterior surfaces, such as walls, ceilings, and facades, to create smooth, textured, or decorative finishes that enhance the appearance and durability of building structures.
  • Preparing surfaces for plastering by cleaning, priming, and leveling substrates, and repairing cracks, holes, or imperfections using patching compounds, joint compounds, or plastering tools, to ensure proper adhesion and finish quality.
  • Using hand tools, trowels, floats, and spray equipment to spread, shape, and finish plaster materials, and applying decorative techniques, such as molding, carving, or painting, to achieve desired surface textures and architectural effects.

Their responsibilities may include but are not limited to:

  • Demonstrating proficiency, accuracy, and efficiency in machine masonry and plastering techniques, equipment operation, and surface finishing to meet project requirements and quality standards in construction projects.
  • Adhering to workplace safety protocols, personal protective equipment (PPE) guidelines, and equipment maintenance procedures to prevent accidents, injuries, and equipment damage during construction activities.
  • Collaborating with construction team members, subcontractors, and project stakeholders to coordinate work sequences, resolve technical issues, and ensure timely completion of masonry and plastering tasks within project schedules and budget constraints.
  • Engaging in continuous skills development, training, and knowledge-sharing opportunities to enhance expertise in machine masonry and plastering practices, materials, and technologies, and contribute to project success and professional growth.
  • Upholding principles of professionalism, teamwork, and accountability in all aspects of work performance, communication, and collaboration, and fostering a positive work environment and culture of excellence on construction sites.
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