By December, they will fill up to 100 Ironworkers positions in Denver.
The company are also hiring for jobs in Iowa and Utah.
LPR has a paid apprentice class that starts November 26th in Loveland. Qualifications include some basic construction experience and no fear of heights.
The company encourages veterans to apply for these jobs.
Under supervision, the journeyman ironworker is responsible for completing tasks related to structural iron and steel erection and completing the tasks in a timely, quality manner.
LPR has a paid apprentice class that starts November 26th in Loveland.
Compensation for Apprentice is $16-$21.
The company will train IW's from scratch starting at $16/hr.
Journeyman Ironworker : $23-$25
Ironworker Foreman: $26-$27
Benefits are available.
Applicants for these jobs should have the ability to meet physical requirements of job including working at heights up to 60'', long periods of standing, walking, bending, climbing, welding, using hand tools, wearing safety harness and tool belt, exposure to weather, etc.
You must have 3 to 5 years minimum experience required to be Journeyman Ironworker.
You must also take NCCER exam if not already certified.
For more information about these jobs and to apply go to www.LPRConstruction.com, click on the Careers link or call 1-800-577-1844.
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