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Kiewit is one of North America's largest and most respected construction and engineering organizations. With its roots dating back to 1884, the employee-owned company operates through a network of offices and projects in the United States, Canada and Australia. Kiewit offers construction and engineering services in a variety of markets including transportation, water/wastewater, power, oil, gas and chemical, building and mining. Kiewit had 2013 revenues of more than $11.8 billion and employs more than 33,000 staff and craft employees.
All applicants must attach a detailed resume to this application.
The successful applicant must demonstrate safe work habits and have a strong commitment to safety, maintain clean work practices, clean work areas and consistently display positive behaviors that support the company's goals and objectives.
Qualifications:
Must have welding experience in the construction, mining or related industry or prefer a two-year welding vocational-technical degree.
Duties:
The position is responsible for performing preventative maintenance and repairs on dragline systems, gearing, and motor alignment. Welding processes most commonly used are SMAW, FCAW and GMAW. Other processes utilized are Carbon Arc Gouging, Oxy-Fuel Welding and Cutting. The candidate should be able to properly choose filler metals and construction material to complete assignments. The candidate should expect to gain working knowledge of Dragline Wire Rope, Bearings, Gearing, and Lubrication Systems
Position requires rotating shifts, weekends, and overtime.
Kiewit is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We encourage qualified women, minorities, veterans, individuals with disabilities, and others to apply.

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