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BOILERMAKERS

A boilermaker is a tradesperson who fabricates steel, iron, or copper into boilers and other large containers intended to hold hot gas or liquid, as well as maintains and repairs boilers and boiler systems.[1]

Although the name originated from craftsmen who made boilers, boilermakers in fact assemble, maintain, and repair other large vessels and closed vats.

The boilermaker trade evolved from industrial blacksmithing; in the early nineteenth century, a boilermaker was called a boilersmith

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ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

We welcome applicants year-round from eligible placement. A candidate will select and contact a Viper representative to receive assistance with placement and training.

AGE: Without Military or work experience 18+

EDUCATION: High school diploma or GED

RESIDENCY: Minimum one year

TERM OF APPRENTICESHIP: Approximately 4 years

TRADE RELATED INSTRUCTION: 3 weeks

ESTIMATED WAGE PER HOUR: $30.99

% JOURNEYMAN PAY: 70%

RAISE IN PAY AS INDICATED: 1000 hrs

JOURNEYMAN WAGE PER HOUR: $44.26