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Bridge Construction Technician NATIONWIDE (Laborer)
The KRS team is looking for dynamic individuals that are highly self-motivated to join our mobile bridge construction crews and enjoy a rewarding career while traveling the United States.
Koppers Railroad Structures, Inc. has been at the forefront of railroad bridge rehabilitation in the United States and Canada since the mid-1950s. We are one of the nation's largest railroad bridge contracting and engineering companies, serving Class 1, regional and short line railroads. KRS has a strong safety culture and is a trusted partner with the railroad industry. We have been building careers for over 60 years and offer competitive wages with a rich benefits package. We provide on the job training.
With a base knowledge of construction tasks and physical labor experience, the Bridge Construction Technician will be trained to assist their Foreman with tasks associated with the repair and construction of railroad bridges.
This position involves continuous travel from job to job throughout the United States with rapid advancement opportunities.
The average starting wage for this role will be between $21.00 - $25.00 per hour ($65,000 and $80,000 per year), commensurate with experience. Lodging Allowance/Per-Diem: $550-$660/per week.
Remove steel rivets with pneumatic tool
Tighten structural steel bolts with impact wrench
Remove existing structural steel with oxygen and acetylene torch
Drill holes in existing or new structural steel with magnetic drill
Drill holes in existing or new timber with 1/2" Electric or Hydraulic Drill
Work at heights while utilizing lineman equipment
Ascend and descend slopes with rough terrain
Drive spikes and drive pins with maul
Dig using hand shovel
Operate 1/2' drill and generator, impact wrench, pneumatic tools, hydraulic tools and chain saw • Use lineman gear, D-handle spade (shovel), sharp shooter (shovel), crow bar, and pry bar.
KRS offers an outstanding benefits package that includes the following:
Health, Dental, and Vision Insurance
401k Plan with company match
Paid Vacation, Holidays, and Bereavement Leave
Employee Stock Purchase Plan
Flex scheduling to provide regular time off
Travel Assistance Program, to encourage work/life balance through personal travel accounts once qualified
Life Insurance (Employee, Spouse, Dependent)
Paid Short Term Disability Leave
Employee Assistance Program
Wellness Program Incentives
Company provided PPE, equipment, tooling, and transportation
High School diploma or equivalent
Current Driver's License with a favorable driving record (CDL is preferred and commands a premium rate)
Previous experience with heavy physical labor
Exposure to heights
This position involves heavy lifting of up to 70 pounds; long hours of standing, walking, and climbing on remote jobsites; detailed work with hands and fingers using machinery and controls; grabbing, reaching, and push/pull tasks; balancing, sometimes while stooping, kneeling, crouching, or crawling. Jobsites can be noisy with sounds of machinery and moving trains so raised voices may need to be used to hear. Ability to read and write are required as the position involves completion of information and forms.
This position involves routine exposure to outside weather conditions and involves working around moving mechanical parts with vibration. Work is performed at heights of up to 500'.
Occasional work around fumes, airborne particles, and chemicals as well as sources of electricity
The noise level in the work environment is usually loud
Per Diem Offered
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