$11/hr and up DOE – Certified Flagger

$11/hr and up DOE – Certified Flagger

Job Description

Performs traffic control and flagging activities as needed; follows safety rules and regulations on all work zone and flagging sites, including placing signs, barricades, traffic cones and other warning devices; duties may vary according to job assignment. Must be Certified.

Flagger Skills and Qualifications

If you can stand for long periods of time and have excellent communication skills and a mind for safety, then you could make a good flagger. Employers also prefer candidates who display the following skills:

  • Physical fitness – in addition to standing for long periods, flaggers must be able to carry and lift equipment as needed
  • Mechanical skills – flaggers must know how to use electronic safety and traffic control devices
  • Communication skills – when providing directions and safety instructions, verbal communication skills are critical. Familiarity with nonverbal communication methods such as hand signals, signs, and other devices is equally important
  • Organization skills – setting up cones and maintaining traffic patterns around construction sites requires that flaggers possess strong organization skills
  • Interpersonal skills – the ability to greet drivers and pedestrians with a friendly, outgoing manner and to interact with a diverse population is essential
  • Self-motivation – flaggers should be able to conduct traffic control with little to no supervision during the course of the day


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