These craftspeople possess nerves of steel, and have the vital responsibility of connecting and securing iron and steel components to build supporting structures and help complete buildings. They also help reinforce existing buildings, operate machinery and utilize welding fabrication techniques.
Per Hour Wage
Benefits don’t come out of your check.
Higher than Minimum Wage!
Per Hour Total
Featuring premium health insurance.
Entry Level Salary
Increased Job Outlook (2016-2026) jobcenterofwisconsin.com
Both indoor and outdoor, nearly every facility and building type, varying weather, physically demanding, new and existing construction, working from heights
Manual dexterity, physical stamina, fast-paced thinking and reacting, hand/eye/foot coordination, comfortable with heights, blueprint reading and detail-oriented
Education and Training
4-year apprentice program
6,500 hours of on-the-job training
876 classroom hours
100% paid hours
Are you ready to see what a career as an Ironworker has to offer?