"I was given interesting jobs very quickly"
You report to a foreman or site manager, and work on roads and main services projects (earthworks, drainage, networks, paving) from the preliminary work to clean-up. You are able to operate a category 1 and/or 9 machine.
Without specific training, you have experience and know how to read, write and count, or you have a professional high school degree in construction. You have a driver's license.
You learn your job in contact with experienced workers, acquire new skills and take more initiatives on site.
Your career development
With experience, technical and interpersonal skills, you can move on to team management.
Career opportunities can involve geographic mobility.