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Kansas Employer Steel/Iron Worker - Construction in Columbus, Kansas

This job was posted by https://www.kansasworks.com : For more information, please see: https://www.kansasworks.com/jobs/11698710

Get to Know Us

With a company built on familybyfamilyits no surprise that working here is so much more than just putting on a hard hat and work boots.

At Crossland, you join a group of Real Builders who care about bringing long-lasting facilities to our clients and providing the best culture and opportunities for our employees. With our own in-house education program, youll find the resources, support, and training necessary to put you on the path to success.

Benefits + Paid Time Off

When you want the best team, you offer benefits accordingly. Competitive pay, a family atmosphere, and great benefits are part of our culture of celebrating and appreciating our people.

  • Health, Dental and Vision Insurance
  • Life Insurance
  • 401(k) retirement plan with guaranteed match
  • Flexible Spending Account
  • Paid time off
  • Holiday pay
  • Paid education opportunities


  • Company Apparel
  • Safety Incentives for Field Employees
  • Milestone Anniversary Gifts
  • Company Events (Picnics and Christmas Party)
  • Diaper Bundle Program for new parents
  • Flu Shots, and so much more!

About the Role

We are looking for highly motiviated candidates. This position can be physically demanding at times andcandidates must be willing to travel. If you\'re a hard worker, love being outdoors, and enjoy a team atmosphere and camaraderie, this is the job for you!

Performs any combination of the following duties on construction projects to raise, place and unite girders, columns and other structural steel members to form completed structures or structure frameworks; working as a member of a crew.Drug screen, physical and criminal background check is required of successful candidates.

Essential Responsibilities:

  • Sets up hoisting equipment for raising and placing structural steel members
  • Installs rigging from the steel members to the hook of the hoist, sling chain, cable or rope. By becoming a certified Rigger
  • Signals worker operating hoisting equipment to lift and place steel member, by becoming a certified signal person.
  • Guides member using tag line (rope) or by hands from a ladder, scaffold or a mechanical lift in order to guide it into position.
  • Pulls, pushes, or pries steel members into approximate position while member is supported by hoisting device.
  • Forces members into final position, using spud wrenches, bull pins, drift pins and other hand tools.
  • Aligns bolt holes in member with corresponding holes in previously member by driving drift pins or handle of a spud wrench through holes.
  • Verifies vertical and horizontal alignment of members, using plumb bob, hand level, laser plumb level or a surveying transit.
  • Bolts aligned members to keep them in position until they can be permanently bolted or welded in place.
  • Cuts and welds steel members to make alterations, using the proper AISC welding equipment.
  • May specialize in erecting or repairing specific types of structures.
  • Work is usually performed with other workers.
  • Physical demands of this position include lifting up to 70 pounds occasionally; 40-50 pounds frequently along with frequent climbing, balancing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, crawling, reaching and handling, and occasional fingering and feeling. Employee must have the ability to work comfortably at heights above 15 feet, work outdoors and travel as needed.