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Bricklayers lay bricks, pre-cut stone, and concrete blocks to build and repair buildings, walls, arches, and paved areas. They do this by consulting building plans, making measurements, and binding bricks together with mortar. Bricklayers erect scaffolding and ensure the vertical and horizontal alignment of the laid bricks is correct. Sometimes they do ornamental work by laying shaped or colored patterns in buildings, archways, walls, or floors.

Due to overwhelming growth at AgroMoris, we are looking for Bricklayers that are conversant and competent as we believe that our commitment to quality and customer service is second to none.

We’re looking for an experienced Bricklayer to join our team. As such you will be responsible for the completion of brick, clockwork, and masonry

Our services include, but will not be limited to:

  • To  construct brickwork  in various rows, designs, and shapes
  • To cut and trim bricks and blocks using hand and power tools
  • Calculating angles and determining the vertical and horizontal alignment of bricks
  • Successfully assemble or install brickwork in accordance with plans and specifications
To be a bricklayer you will need
  • Good practical skills.
  • The ability to work carefully and accurately simultaneously to work as part of a team.
  • A good awareness of health and safety issues (especially when carrying heavy loads at great heights).
  • An ability to read technical plans.
  • A good level of fitness.
  • Be flexible
Tools and technologies

Bricklayers use trowels, hammers, shovels, bolsters, and spirit levels to measure and lay bricks and other building materials. Mortar and concrete are made up in buckets or mixers to keep them from setting. Sometimes they also use special machines to cut bricks into required shapes and sizes. All bricklayers must wear safety equipment such as hard hats, dust masks, steel-capped boots, earmuffs, safety glasses, and protective or high visibility clothing.