Millwrights work in teams to install, maintain, diagnose and repair industrial machines; some that are worth millions of dollars. This includes precision work in nuclear power plants. Millwrights are skilled construction mechanics who study and interpret blueprints, then drill, weld, bolt and do whatever is required to keep the industry working in perfect order.
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
Math, spatial and mechanical ability, hand/eye coordination, physical stamina, fast-paced thinking and reacting, problem solving, comfortable with heights, blueprint reading, detail-oriented
Education and Training
4-year apprentice program
5,600 hours of on-the-job training
640 classroom hours
Choice of $50/day stipend or collect unemployment
Are you ready to see what a career as a Millwright has to offer?