Ironworker Jobs in North Carolina

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3 North Carolina Ironworker jobs found on Monster.

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Structural Welders Structural Ironworkers Rodbusters Form Carpenters CB&I is currently recruiting for the V.C. Summer Units 2 & 3 Construction Project in Jenkinsville, S.C. Previous nuclear experience & unescorted access at an operating nuclear power plant preferred. Criminal history background check & Fitness for Duty drug & alcohol screening required. Journey level craft positions require ...
Bar joist & deck work ONLY : MUST HAVE EXPERIENCE! Ironworkers/welders wanted: If you are fit, work hard, have your tools, transportation and certs I might have a job for you. I have positions for a nationwide steel erecting company that only does BAR JOIST & DECK buildings. If you weld but can't connect, do not apply. If you connect but can't weld, do not apply. If you're not an erector type an...
We are looking for experienced iron workers. We are a fabricator and erector of structural and miscellaneous steel performing all over the SE United States (primarily GA, NC, SC, FL) on projects ranging from 30 tons to 1500 tons. Our crews travel during the week and are home most weekends. There may be a couple of weekends per year that we work....

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Salaries

$26,840.00 - $83,200.00
Typical Salary for Ironworker in North Carolina
(30 Respondents)
Source: Monster.com Careerbenchmarking Tool

Education / Training

Some College Coursework Completed
38.1%
High School
23.8%
Vocational
23.8%
Bachelor's
9.5%
Certification
4.8%
(21 Respondents)
Source: Monster.com Careerbenchmarking Tool

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