Construction Jobs in Hutchinson, Minnesota
Universal Forest Products Inc Hutchinson, MN
Knowledge • High school diploma or GED • Six years of experience in the wood frame construction industry • Demonstrated knowledge of lumber and engineered wood products, wood framing anchors and connections and how they are assembled and used in hand frame and panelized buildings • Four years supervisory experience in a comparable position Skills and abilities • Knowledge of all aspects of n...
Job description Sterling Order Management IT Architect As a part of the Smarter Commerce practice, you will develop innovative solutions to our clients' most complex business and technical issues. The Sterling Order Management IT Architect is responsible for translating the client's business requirements into specific order management system, application or process designs. This includes workin...
Aspen Exteriors Hutchinson, MN, 55350
Join the Aspen Team Today! Aspen Exteriors, Inc. is offering an excellent opportunity! We are looking for sales reps who want to build a career with a top ranked National Contractor. If you are energetic, self-motivated, and a team player, then Aspen Exteriors is the place for you! Excellent Income ($100 K + potential) Be your own boss Full Time Position No experience necessary – we will trai...
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