Construction & Industrial Labor

  • Construction & Industrial Labor

    Posted Date
    3 weeks ago(10/16/2018 2:01 PM)
    Req ID
  • Description

    Tradesmen International
    is seeking highly motivated construction professionals in
    NW Ohio
    SE Michigan
    . If interested in travel opportunities we also have a variety of openings all over the
    United States
    for qualified individuals.


    We are currently seeking skilled individuals with experience in any of the following trades:

    Construction Labor, Carpenter, Plumber, Millwright, Welder (Structural and Pipe), Electrician, Solar Electrician, Concrete, Brick & Block Mason, Machinist, HVAC , Sheet metal, Pipefitter, Commercial Roofer, Dry Wall, Painter, Equipment Operator, Lineman, and Substation Technician

    Preferred Qualifications:

    • 2+ years of recent construction/trade experience
    • Must have your own personal hand tools/tool belt relevant to trade
    • Exhibit punctuality and professionalism
    • Safety minded
    • Desire for professional growth

    Pay: $14-28/hr. (Starting -- Based on Trade & Experience)

    If traveling (optional):

    Per Diem: $50-150/day (Must travel 60+ miles for rates to apply - Project Based)

    Must have valid
    Driver's License
    Reliable Transportation
    to and from work

    Company Details


    In addition to consistent work, top pay, and employment opportunities, we provide a comprehensive benefits package that is among the best in the construction industry.

    • 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
    • Company paid OSHA-10 certification

    Contact Jared Lerch Project Coordinator @ 419-868-9910 or apply online at
    tradesmen. jobs
    for consideration.

    EO employer - M/F/Veteran/Disability

    Click here to visit Tradesmen s full website.

    Recruiter Name

    Jared Lerch



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