General Construction Labour – Reinforcing Ironworker

  Vancouver

With many construction projects in Vancouver, LMS Reinforcing Steel Group is actively looking to fill multiple, permanent, and stable ironworker positions with overtime pay.

While experience is an asset, we provide opportunities to sponsor new Apprentices to the rebar trade to join our teams in Downtown Vancouver, BC, and the surrounding area.

What you can count on:

Full time, consistent (40 hours/week) and stable work. You’ll never have to worry about being “called off” for shifts or laid off due to a lack of work
Continuous on-the-job paid training – Earn While You Learn!
Advancement and promotion opportunities
Benefits after 3 months – Extended health, dental, vision coverage, and life insurance
RRSP contributions

What you’ll be doing:

Place and secure rebar on commercial, residential and infrastructure projects in horizontal and vertical formworks
Identify the different sizes, lengths and bend types of rebar
Perform physical work like packing, tying and cutting rebar with specialty tools for the trade and placing rebar chairs appropriately
Read and interpret detail sheets and drawings
Work with apprentices
Work around various cranes and at heights with positioning equipment
Must be safety conscious and follow all LMS safety protocols

About LMS:

LMS is Western Canada’s leading fabricator and installer of reinforcing steel and post-tensioning. Recognized as one of Canada’s Best Managed Companies since 2011, our commitment to service excellence, our integrity, and sound business management have created an “Employer of Choice” environment that will allow you to achieve your best.

This is your opportunity to work on some of our current large-scale projects and get your foot in the door as more exciting projects start up!

Job Types: Full-time, Permanent
PLEASE CONTACT AT 604-970-3705 OR 604-598-9930 EXT: 246

COVID-19 considerations:
To keep our employees safe, all workers must wear a mask on site, and work 6 feet from others when possible.

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