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First-Line Supervisor

What does a first-line supervisor do?

First-line supervisors are employed in all industries to direct production workers in the making or assembling of manufactured goods. Their chief responsibility is to ensure that the production process is carried out according to the goals set by their company’s managers and engineers.

What do I need to get a first-line supervisor job?

The certificate option is a sequence of specialized courses designed for persons working in the construction field or those who have completed prior college-level studies and desire to train for a construction-related position. A certificate will be awarded to students completing the courses with a 2.0 GPA or higher.

  • CCBC (Construction Management Certificate)

What is the median salary for a first-line supervisor?

  • $67,320

Where can I go from here?

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1. Construction Laborer
2. Security Guard
3. Basic Trades
4. Construction Welder
5. Freight, Stock, and Materials Mover (Forklift Operator)
6. Solar Photovoltaic Installer
7. Paving/Surfacing Equipment Operator
8. Excavation/Loading Equipment Operator
9. HVACR Technician
10. Electrician (Apprentice)
11. First-Line Supervisor
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14. Industrial Machinery Mechanic
15. Cost Estimator
16. Construction Inspector
17. Building Controls Installer
18. Architectural Design Technologist
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20. Construction Supervisor
21. Project Manager
22. Surveyor
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24. Civil CADD Designer
25. Civil Design Technician
26. Control Systems Service Technician
27. Facility Management Technician
28. Engineer
29. Civil Engineer
30. Architect
31. Construction Manager
32. Maintenance Manager
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