Ironworker Apprentice – A job that grows into a career / no experience required
Ironworkers have a proud history of fearless men and women who built America. ACS is looking for individuals who believe they have what it takes to become an Ironworker apprentice.
Ironworkers build structures and bridges by erecting iron/steel columns, beams and girders. The occupation involves rigging, hoisting, connecting, bolting and welding iron/steel into place. Ironworkers are required to perform multiple additional jobs such as unloading and stacking of material in addition to erecting precast walls and or other composite materials.Structural ironworkers are among the most fearless construction workers.
Adaptive Construction Solutions, Inc. (ACS) is a veteran owned and operated company that operates a community based DOL Registered Apprenticeship program. After starting a job as an apprentice, the program provides employer sponsored training that provides industry recognized credentials needed for a future in construction. ACS operates one of the largest and fastest growing Registered Apprenticeships in the nation.
Apprenticeship programs provide apprentices the opportunity to progress from an entry-level position to journey-level status through a combination of related technical instruction and on-the-job training while being employed from the commencement.
As one may expect, construction is performed in physically demanding and dangerous conditions. These include, but are not limited to; extreme heights, confined spaces, cold winters and hot summers.As a result, ironworkers must be willing to work in austere (strict) safety conditions.
Why Should You Apply?
Starting at $14 with incremental wage increases to $20+ per hour
Outlook for Ironworkers
Bureau of Labor Statistics states that journeymen earn a median pay of $50,830 per year plus overtime and benefits. The occupation is growing faster than average.
While no ironworker experience is needed candidates are required to have the following;