To learn the construction ironworker trade, as an Apprentice, under the guidance of a job trainer or skilled laborer, by performing a number of work assignments, such as erecting, repairing and renovating new and existing buildings, and other construction projects.
Essential Job Functions:
- For the first 90-days of apprenticeship, participates in formal training with the Foreman on various job sites.
- Under the guidance of the Foreman, works as a helper to learn basics of the trade.
- Assumes basic apprentice job assignments, such as sorting, carrying, and moving materials
- Assist in unloading job site materials
- Assist installers with various tasks
- Highschool diploma or equivalent
- Must be at least 18 years of age
- Valid driver’s license and clean driving record.
- 0-6 months experience in construction
- Successfully completes a pre-employment drug screen and background check
- Frequently works at great heights
- Requires long periods of standing, bending, and climbing
- Must be able to lift 75 or more pounds at times with or without assistance.
- This position requires the use of protective goggles or face shields where there is danger of flying particles or corrosive materials or there is a risk of eye injuries from punctures, abrasions, contusions, or burns.
- Appropriate gloves should be worn when moving, loading/unloading or when handling any sharp or abrasive object.
- Personnel should wear work boots with slip resistant and puncture resistant shoes.
- Harnesses are to be worn above 6 feet
Hard hats will be worn whenever present on a job site.
Ironhide Construction is an Equal Opportunity Employer for Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled