Fort Collins, Colorado TradesmenInternational office is currently hiring for the following trades: 1-2 yearsexperience required for most of these positions and pay is based off experiencelevel and years in the trade.
All of our work is new constructionwith some re-model, and majority of that is Multi-family, Commercial andIndustrial. But we do have residential, Oil and gas, surface and undergroundmining, and many other projects. Travel jobs do carry per diem and/or hotel aswell. Some of these opening also have a per diem on the job.
Please email me an updated resume,any licensing or certifications and which job you are applying for
-Apprentice Electricians $16-25/HR
-Colorado/Wyoming ElectricalJourneyman $30-35/HR
-Apprentice Plumber $16-23/HR
-Colorado Licensed Plumber$28-32/HR
-HVAC sheet metal installers $18-25
-Equipment Operator (All types)$18-25/HR
These openings change daily and newopenings are added, please send a resume and Ill put you to work with a greatcompany when I can. Let me work for you for free and please BE SAFE!
-We are looking for individuals with1 or more experience in that trade
-Must have own basic hand tools
-Must have basic PPE (If missingsomething we do provide PPE for you)
-Valid Driver License is a must aswell as reliable transportation
-OSHA-10 is a requirement (We do payfor and get you OSHA-10 trained if you have never been or need a new card)
-Please submit an updated resume (Please make a resume if you do not have one)
-Be willing to work full time andpossible over time if needed (most positions are Mon-Fri working 40 hours aweek unless noted)
-Must have 2 forms of Identification
-Willing to occasionally work inCheyenne or N. Denver/Boulder if needed (we don't have to much but it can andwill happen at some points)
-Some PROJECTS may require a certainsafety cert or other certification such as OSHA, MSHA, Safeland, Confinedspace, fit testing, etc. We will/Can help with these and NOT all jobs requirethem and eligibility for hire is not affected.
Tradesmen offers its employees:
-We have an electrical licensemeaning we can and do write off Colorado and Wyoming hours worked forelectricians (plumbing coming soon)
-Travel work with per diem ifinterested sometimes
-Local employees (meaning NOTtravelers) work 40 plus hours a week, full time locally here in N. Colorado
-One W2 at the end of the year
-Higher than standard wages