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IRON WORKER

An ironworker is a tradesman who works in the iron-working industry. Ironworkers assemble the structural framework in accordance with engineered drawings and install the metal support pieces for new buildings. They also repair and renovate old structures using reinforced concrete and steel. Ironworkers may work on factories, steel mills, and utility plants.

A structural/ornamental ironworker fabricates and erects (or even dismantles) the structural steel framework of pre-engineered metal buildings, single and multi-story buildings, stadiums, arenas, hospitals, towers, wind turbines, and bridges.[1] [2] 

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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 + One year of Algebra I

RESIDENCY: Minimum one year

TERM OF APPRENTICESHIP: Approximately 4 years

TRADE RELATED INSTRUCTION: 204 hrs. a year

ESTIMATED WAGE PER HOUR: $22.35

% JOURNEYMAN PAY: 60%

RAISE IN PAY AS INDICATED: 1500 hrs.

JOURNEYMAN WAGE PER HOUR: $37.25