Ironworker Jobs in North Carolina

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3 North Carolina Ironworker jobs found on Monster.

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LEXICON, INC. Steel construction company needing to hire Ironworkers, Millwrights and Welders for steel mill shutdowns across the Southeast. Min. of 3 yrs. exp. & all required hand tools. First shutdown starts on 9/26/14 in Ahoskie, NC. Rate is $18 +$2.50 +travel+hotel. Layoff/payoff & working day/night shifts. Call 800-925-4565 or email *****...
Skilled ironworkers/welders wanted for bar joist and deck buildings. These positions are exclusively for those who have a minimum of three (3) years of experience in constructing this type of building. Qualified candidates will have the tools, attitude, physical fitness, reliable transportation, and certifications required for the work. OJT is not an option- we are only interested in hiring skille...
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...

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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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