• Boilermaker Magazine | January/February 2015
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Job Openings

Attn: U.S. Construction Boilermakers

Use the MOST Boilermaker Delivery System (MBDS) to select the local lodge jurisdictions where you would be willing to work.

If you are applying for work in Canada, you must register online using the Canadian Travel Card System.

IBB Bargaining Unit: Local 19 Location: Philadelphia, PA Description: Worldwide Labor Support has signed a labor contract with Local 19 and is NOW Hiring to work: For more information or to apply, please CONTACT BOILERMAKERS LOCAL 19 at office #’s ??

Worldwide Labor Support

Worldwide Labor Support

IBB Bargaining Unit: Local 19

Location: Philadelphia, PA

Description: Worldwide Labor Support has signed a labor contract with Local 19 and is NOW Hiring to work

  • Special Project Welders — $27.00 hr. plus $110.00 per diem
  • Special Project Ship Fitters — $27.00 hr. plus $ 110.00 per diem
  • Structural Welders — $20.00 hr. plus per diem
  • Ship Fitters — $20.00 hr. plus per diem

For more information or to apply, please call 800-383-3429.

Marinette Marine Corporation

Marinette Marine Corporation

Description: Various positions - Welder, foreman, supervisor...more

Skills needed: See below

IBB Bargaining Unit: Local 696

Location: Wisconsin (Marinette, Green Bay, Sturgeon Bay)

For more information or to apply, please visit the website listed below and use the following as search parameters:

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