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Ironworker

Description

Tradesmen International is seeking highly motivated Ironworkers to join our team. As an Ironworker, you will be responsible for installing or dismantling iron and steel beams, girders and columns to form buildings, bridges and other structures. An Ironworker must be willing to work in high places, have a good sense of balance, and be alert to potential danger to themselves and others. As an ironworker, you must be extremely safety minded as work can often be dangerous and strenuous.

Location: Logan, Ohio

Jan/Feb 2019 NC/SC travel positions upcoming. Per diem rates may apply for travel.

$25. 00-$28. 00 DOE/Completion of recognized apprenticeship or full journey status or 5 years applicable iron experience

Resume required, pleas send to natalie. cooper@tradesmeninternational. com 614-623-5909

Requirements

+ Erecting and/or dismantling structural steel frames of structures
+ Reinforcing/tying rebar in concrete construction
+ Placing and setting heavy machinery
+ Operating forklifts, cranes and other heavy equipment to lift steel columns, beams and girders according to blueprints
+ Unload and stack prefabricated steel
+ Verify vertical and horizontal alignment of steel structures
+ Connecting columns, beams and girders with bolts or by welding them into place
+ Using metal shears, torches and welding equipment to cut, bend and weld steel

Company Details

In addition to consistent work, top pay, and employment opportunities, we provide a benefits package that is among the best in the industry. Our comprehensive benefits encourage our employees and their families to build a lifelong relationship with us.

+ Vacation Pay
+ Health insurance
+ Dental and vision plan
+ Prescription drug plan
+ Life insurance
+ Short-term disability
+ 401(k) profit-sharing savings plan
+ Incentive programs
+ Tool purchase programs

Recruiter Name

Natalie Cooper

Location

US-OH-LOGAN

Req ID _2018-200821IN_

Category _Iron Worker - Steel_

Travel _No_

Job Board _IN_

Location _US-OH-LOGAN_



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