Traffic Control Supervisor
How To Apply
Applications are accepted online at https://rainierasphalt.com/apply, or click the button at the bottom of this page. A resume can be attached in the last field of the application, which is encouraged. Candidates must submit to a background review, drug test, E-Verify and driving record review.
Tom Merry, Owner
Cell: (253) 227-3892
Founded in 2000, Rainier Asphalt & Concrete is a leading pavement contractor in the Puget Sound region. We provide various services, including: hot mix asphalt patching and paving, asphalt seal coating, striping, curbing, concrete flat work, crack filling, drainage and traffic control. We employ approximately 75 people and have offices in North Bend and Tacoma. The company is operational and busy year-round, and is much less seasonal than many competitors in this industry.
Summary of Responsibilities
We are seeking experienced professionals for our right-of-way crews. The successful applicant must have a current Traffic Control Supervisor (TCS) card and will have experience with flagging, set up and take down of traffic control devices, and talking with the inspectors. Someone with keen attention to the safety of everyone in the Traffic Control area (including the general public), rules and regulations of cities, county and state will also be considered. Through recurring contract work, we stay busy year-round with our operations, and are not as seasonal as many in our industry.
- Current TCS card
- Valid driver’s license
- Cell phone
- Self motivated and punctual
- 2+ years experience in the traffic control sector of the construction industry (we also have entry-level positions available. Click HERE.)
This position has a wage range of $25-$30/hour depending on experience.
We offer comprehensive benefits including:
- Profit Sharing
- Health Insurance
- Health Savings Account (HSA)
- Retirement (401k)
- Life Insurance
- Family Sick Leave and Paid Time Off (PTO)
- Dependent Care Flexible Spending Arrangement (FSA)
- Employee Assistance Program (EAP).