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Looking for Pipe Layers, General Labor and Other Positions
PCS Civil’s success stems from hiring the industry’s brightest professionals and tradesmen to self-perform and execute any project, regardless of the technical challenges. Solutions developed incorporate safety, quality, as well as community and environmental factors to ensure project goals are met.

Ready to put your skills to work? When you join the PCS Civil team, you’ll work for a local company that needs skilled tradespeople. You have expertise and reliability, PCS Civil has the jobs.

PCS Civil, Inc. performs all aspects of heavy highway projects: including roadway reconstruction, new construction, bridges, and associated infrastructure; underground utilities, drainage, flat work and concrete specialty structures.                                                      

To quote company owner Doug “We believe strongly that employees are the most important part of making a company successful.  We are proud of our employees and appreciate the hard work, loyalty, and commitment they provide every day.” Because of this, PCS Civil provides an environment to help you balance your personal responsibilities and work life by offering:

  • Competitive wages
  • Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurances, 401K
  • Paid time off
  • On-the-job training opportunities through DOT programs
  • Advancement opportunities  

Company Position Descriptions and Basic Requirements:

Earthwork and Paving Opportunities: Laborer General, Laborer Asphalt, Asphalt Distributor, Roller Operator, Motor Grader Operator, Bulldozer Operator, Backhoe Operator, Front End Loader Operator, Asphalt Roller Operator and Asphalt Paver Operator

Heavy Equipment Operators: The majority of our machines are late model CAT units including loaders, excavators, rollers and all of our bulldozers and motor graders use a combination of GPS and Total station controls.  In collaboration with our Earth work Superintendent Bob D’Amico, equipment operators must have three years’ experience involving the use of heavy equipment related to utility or roadway construction.  Operators need to be familiar with OSHA trench safety regulations, know how to maneuver machinery in a safe manner and know the maintenance requirements of the machinery.  Travel to various worksites is required.

Pipe Opportunities: Laborer General, Pipelayer, Front End Loader Operator

Pipelayers, Skilled Laborers, and Equipment Operators: The Pipe Division maintains loaders and excavators and other equipment and supplies to perform the requirements of the projects.  Responsibilities include laying pipe for storm and sanitary sewers, water mains, box culverts and many other applications.  In collaboration with our Pipe Superintendent Bryan Megill, pipelayers, skilled laborers and equipment operators must have working knowledge of equipment required for pipelaying, i.e. pumps, tamps, compactors, saws, lasers, excavators and loaders.

Perform any combination of the following tasks: grade trenches or culverts, position pipe, or seal joints.  Enter and work in confined spaces while utilizing safety equipment. Be familiar with application and theory of laser beams.  Travel to various worksites is required.

Concrete Opportunities: Laborer General, Carpenter Form-setter, Concrete Finisher and Skid Steer Operator

Concrete laborers, Form-setters, and Finishers: We have a diverse mix of concrete screeds, including power roller screeds, concrete saws, pneumatic drills, concrete forms and finishing tools.  We own three slip form machines, including one that operates by robotic controls, and have company crew trucks.  In collaboration with our Concrete Superintendent Al Hocalar, concrete labors, form-setters, and finishers must be able to work in all weather conditions, and when needed work a minimum 10-12 hours a day. Be familiar with the safe operation of concrete saws, hand tools (hammers, trowels, shovels, and rakes), quick setting cements and solvents. Travel to various worksites is required.

Maintenance of Traffic Opportunities: Laborer Traffic Control

MOT Laborers: Work zone traffic control is an important function necessary in providing a safe environment on our job sites and to the traveling public.  MOT crew trucks are equipped with safety equipment required for lane closures and other traffic requirements for the projects. In collaboration with our MOT Superintendent David Read and the assigned Traffic Control Specialist the MOT laborers must control traffic passing near, in, or around work zones.  Must be able to work in all weather conditions, stand for long periods of time including long shifts, and be able to communicate with others orally and work around heavy equipment and traffic in a safe manner. Travel to various worksites is required.

Fleet & Mechanics Opportunities: CDL Driver and Mechanic

CDL Drivers & mechanics:  Our vehicle fleet includes dump trucks, flatbed trucks, water trucks, service and crew trucks.   In collaboration with our Director of Fleet Operations Steve Borth drivers must hold a valid Florida CDL license type Class A or B have a clean driving record and must be knowledgeable of FDOT regulations regarding truck and operation safety.  Routine driving assignments to include but not limited to, water for sod, run for parts, haul equipment or other materials to and from jobsites and keep records of same.  Must be able to evaluate loads, tie down loads, saw cut and have the skill to operate truck and construction equipment in a safe and conscientious manner both on and off the road, and at job sites, at all times. Mechanics perform maintenance and repair activities on various pieces of heavy equipment. Diagnose, service and repair various systems that are found on pieces of heavy equipment.  Maintain inventory and order parts, tools, equipment, and supplies.  Assists other mechanics with the more difficult assignments and make emergency field repairs.  Perform layout work for fabrication of parts and equipment.

GPS Opportunities: Laborer – Grade Checker

We have GPS automated equipment, 3-D modeling and Total Station (robotic) controlled equipment.  In collaboration with our GPS Superintendent Kevin Slebodnick GPS laborers must read and set grade markers in accordance to construction plans. Must operate and ensure accurate use of grade equipment. Observe excavating activities to verify conformance to marker references and notifies equipment operators and supervisors of deviations.  Interact with crew members who are facilitating alignment, movement, and adjustment of the equipment to complete conformation of grade specifications for the project.  Inspect leveling equipment for accurate and safe day-to-day operation and for general maintenance needs.

Qualified applicants are welcome to apply for jobs with our company.  Come join the PCS Civil Team.  You may apply online at

The Company provides equal employment and affirmative action opportunities to applicants and employees without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, or disability.