Manage activities of workers engaged in clearing the way for structures.
What does a Clearing Supervisor do?
Supervises and coordinates activities of workers engaged in clearing way for structures, such as buildings, bridges, highways, and pipelines: Directs workers engaged in cutting timber, burning brush, blasting stumps, and grading and leveling land. Directs workers engaged in constructing temporary bridges and roads to provide access to construction site. Directs workers engaged in restoring property, such as land, roadways, drainage ditches, and fences, damaged by construction activity. Confers with CLAIM AGENT to ensure that restorations comply with agreements. May load and fire charges of explosives to blast stumps [BLASTER]. Performs other duties as described under SUPERVISOR Master Title.