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Foreman Jobs

Amazon Warehouse Team

Amazon Workforce Staffing

Cincinnati, OH

30+ days ago
Warehouse Supervisor

Ace Hardware

West Jefferson, OH

30+ days ago
Molding Supervisor


Broken Bow, OK

3 days ago
Commercial Construction Foreman

Williams & Rowe Co

Jacksonville, FL

18 days ago
Civil Group - Foreman

Wayne Brothers Companies

Davidson, NC

18 days ago

ElectriCom Inc

Greenwood, SC

13 days ago
Utility Pipeline/ Bulk Dirt Foreman

Liberty Excavators, Inc.

Lancaster, PA

7 days ago

Bauer Foundation Corp

Clewiston, FL

17 days ago
Adena- Concrete Foreman

Adena Corporation

Mansfield, OH

21 days ago
Mechanical Foreman

Randstad US

Providence, RI

2 days ago
Electrical Foreman - Indianapolis, IN

Gaylor Electric, Inc.

Noblesville, IN

2 days ago
Assistant Shop Foreman

Chastang Ford

Houston, TX

6 days ago
Pipe Foreman

H&K Group, Inc.

Hunlock Creek, PA

9 days ago
Grade Foreman

Milani Construction


14 days ago
Field Labor Foreman

Clean Harbors

Salt Lake City, UT

2 days ago
Foreman - Utility

Monumental Paving & Excavating Inc


13 days ago
Foreman/Jr. Site Superintendent

A&C Development, Inc.

$40000 - $60000 / Per year


12 days ago
Construction Site Supervisor/Quality Foreman

Sleeping Dog Properties

$70000 - $95000 /

Boston, MA

13 days ago
Shop Foreman


Baton Rouge, LA

7 days ago
Construction Foreman

American Incorporated

$17 - $40 / Per hour


16 days ago

Foreman Jobs Overview

Successful construction projects require adequate leadership. Foremen and forewomen act as the point of contact between construction workers and supervisors. Foreman jobs can also lead to greater opportunities. For example, many foremen and forewomen move up to construction supervisor positions. Additionally, the Bureau of Labor Statistics projects a robust job outlook of 8% growth in construction manager jobs over the next 10 years.

When you get hired as a foreman, you'll oversee construction projects and keep track of materials, costs, safety measures, and permits. Additionally, you'll establish schedules, daily tasks, priorities, and safety protocols.

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Foreman Education and Skills

Many people who apply for foreman jobs obtain postsecondary education from vocational schools, community colleges, and career institutes. Getting a bachelor's degree in construction, architecture, or engineering is a great way to get your foot in the door. Some employers will hire candidates with associate degrees or high school diplomas if they have enough prior experience in the construction industry. On-the-job training that leads to a foreman job can last for several years.

Getting certification can boost your employability in the construction field, depending on whether you're pursuing a foreman or construction manager job. The Construction Management Association of America and American Institute of Constructors offer certification programs for those seeking leadership positions in construction.

The skills and qualities that employers look for when filing foreman positions include:

  • the ability to read and understand blueprints, plans, and drawings.
  • top-notch leadership and organizational skills.
  • good math and problem-solving skills.
  • written and oral communication skills.
  • an understanding of construction procedures and safety guidelines.

Update Your Foreman Resume

Good leadership takes skill and competency. Before applying for a foreman job, bring your skills to the forefront on your resume. Monster has tons of tips and resources to help you write and polish your resume. If you need a visual reference, take a look at our supervisor resume sample. By following these tips and examples, you'll be well on your way to landing that next foreman job.

Once you've written your resume, it's worth creating a cover letter that discusses your skills, experience, and enthusiasm for the company and position. A cover letter is a great way to introduce yourself and capture the attention of hiring managers. Before you get started, be sure to read through our cover letter writing tips and examples that will help get you hired.

Interviewing for Foreman Jobs

An upcoming job interview is the perfect opportunity to build rapport with a potential boss and prove your competency. If you're feeling a little nervous, don't worry. Monster has several interview tips and articles you can use to get prepped. Learn how to boost your interview skills and answer common interview questions you encounter.

Here are some examples of questions an interview may ask:

  • Why should we hire you for a foreman position?
  • What are your strengths and weaknesses?
  • Tell us about a problem you encountered at work. How did you solve it?
  • What questions do you have for us?

How Much Do Foreman Jobs Pay?

Construction foremen in the U.S. typically earn about $56,350 per year. However, pay in this field can range from less than $40,599 to more than $88,164 per year. It all depends on your location and level of experience. To find out more, look up your job title and location on Monster's Salary Tools. You can also compare the salary for your job with the pay for other positions and learn about next potential career steps.

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  • employee benefits
  • locations and headquarters
  • number of employees

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