• New York, NY, USA
  • Full-time

Company Description

Safeway is a growing and forward-thinking utility construction contractor with over 20 years of history. We tackle our customer’s most complex and challenging projects and deliver them flawlessly and safely. Even underneath the congested streets of New York City and Long Island—under intense time constraints—we build high-quality utility infrastructure that will last for generations.

We are actively recruiting entry-level workers (and already-qualified natural gas mechanics) who can work hard in the heat and cold, under intense pressure to perform. No education required. If you work hard and show aptitude, we would invest in classroom and on-the-job training to help you qualify to become an NGA-certified natural gas mechanic in as quickly as 18-24 months where salaries can reach $63/hour plus benefits. With 550+ hours of overtime, at union pay rates, it's possible to earn $200,000 each year.

Job Description

The Construction Foreman works with Superintendents and Project Managers to coordinate operations and oversee workers at our numerous construction sites.  As the liaison between workers and supervisors, the Foreman is the key person in charge of overseeing the completion of the project and as such must be able to see the “big picture” at all times. A keen awareness of materials expenses, permits and other regulations, as well as employee safety are all top-of-mind for the Foreman.


  • Oversee and ensure that all safety rules are being followed at all sites at all times

  • Produce work schedules in accordance with availability of employees

  • Coordinate daily tasks according to priorities and plans, adjusting as necessary due to weather, supply delivery and personnel

  • Ability to delegate responsibilities and individual projects to the crew and contractors.

  • Emphasis on the safe use of tools, machinery and equipment including training on safety gear

  • Develop and oversee quality standards on all sites

  • Report project status to supervisors, site engineers and officials regularly



  • Must have worked at least two years in hard manual labor (construction, etc.)

  • Mechanical aptitude

  • Positive team-based attitude
  • Good work ethic
  • Ability to read drawings, plans and blueprints and convey this information to others
  • Excellent organizational and leadership skills
  • Ability to communicate and report effectively

Additional Information

All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.