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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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