Immediate Need for 6 JIW, AWS certified welders. 7018 smaw or NR232 fcaw (wire pays $1 above scale) Must have OSHA 10 or 30 issued within the last 5 years, certs must be through the Iron Worker's CWP and current, will need to pass an IMPACT drug test if you haven't taken one in the last 30 days, safety toed boots. Job starts Monday Nov.27th working 5-10's with occasional Saturdays through end of year, possibly longer. no per diem, scale is $24.50/hr. (goes to $25/hr 1st full week in Dec.) Call 843-552-1554
Local 292 South Bend, Indiana
One week Shut-down IN/Tek Steel Mill (New Carlisle, IN) Starting Sunday October 22nd - 27th. Needing Welders, fabricators, riggers. $30.05 per hour. 12hrs a day, Days and Nights. Contact BM @ 574-288-9033 (10/16/17)
need 30 Ironworkers, Arc Gougers, Welders, and Miscellaneous craftspersons. Must pass onsite Drug Test. 4- 10’s to 6-10's pre-outage moving into 7-10’s to 7-12’s. Work thru Mid-December. Call Shawn or Juan at 404-505-0022. Social security card, OSHA 10 and SubPart R required (9/26/17)
Local 263 needs 40 men Structural Ironworkers, Raising Gang, Joist Jigging Gang, Detail Gang, Welders. Must pass IMPACT Drug Test. 50 hours per week changing to 6-10's by the end of May. Work thru the end 2017. Call Mark or Ron at 817/640-0202. Starting as soon as you can get here! (5/2/17)
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