Army

12H:CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING SUPERVISOR

The Construction Engineering Supervisor oversees the construction, repair and utilities of buildings, warehouses, fixed bridges, port facilities and petroleum pipelines, tanks and related equipment.


Is there a clearance required?: No

Is this a combat or support MOS?: Support


Military Duties:

Reads and interprets construction drawings. Estimates material, time, equipment, and labor requirements. Supervises the construction and repair of wood frame, concrete, masonry or prefabricated structures. Supervises the installation and repair of utility systems. Inspects structures and facilities to ensure compliance with specifications. Directs operator maintenance on assigned vehicles and equipment. Directs combat engineering missions. Devises network flow diagrams such as the critical path method and coordinates work activities of supporting units. Provides supervision over all structural and utility construction projects. Inspects subordinate elements to ensure compliance with directives, construction drawings, and specifications. Plans and organizes for combat engineering missions.

Military Duties Translated:

Preparing construction sites, materials, and tools. Loading and unloading of materials, tools, and equipment. Removing debris, garbage, and dangerous materials from sites. Assembling and breaking down barricades, temporary structures, and scaffolding. Assisting contractors, e.g. electricians and painters, as required. Assisting with transport and operation of heavy machinery and equipment. Regulating traffic and erecting traffic signs. Following all health and safety regulations. Digging holes, tunnels, and shafts. Mixing, pouring, and leveling concrete.

Some civilian jobs best suited to this type of military experience:

Construction Worker