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Rockdale, Illinois - The Journeyman Mechanic is responsible for timely diagnosis, maintenance and repair of light to medium duty vehicles (gasoline and diesel), off-road construction equipment and trailers.
Please note if you are seeking a collective bargaining position, you must sign up at the local union hall/s. Due to contract agreements, we must source our field needs through the union halls directly. Our Open Positions Page will list the positions we are currently accepting applications for.
*The above are the only field applications we are accepting at this time.
Union, IL - The Estimator forecasts project costs by gathering details and compiling data to estimate all production costs according to specifications. The estimator must consider raw material, labor, equipment, tools, labor, and transportation. Helps determine necessary resources for projects based on cost estimates and budgetary constraints.
Fleet Services Supervisor (INTREN) -2nd Shift
Union, Illinois - This is a non-union supervisory position responsible for directing and coordinating all activities and personnel within the INTREN fleet.
Safety Professional (INTREN)
St. Louis, MO- The Safety Professional is responsible for a multitude of items ranging from safety, equipment issues, quality of workmanship, technical training and the efficient distribution of tools and equipment. Responsible for promoting exceptional Safety/Quality teamwork with INTREN operations teams at customer work sites. This position assists in resolving process problems and performs safety evaluations and workmanship audits, and promotes improved performance by providing mentoring, coaching, and training.
At INTREN we believe in continually investing in the future of our communities and employees. We have developed a college recruitment program aimed at investing significant training time in prospective new hires in various areas of operations to business. Applicants who will be considered will be those pursing a Bachelor’s Degree related to construction management from an accredited college or university. Candidates must be willing to work at a variety of worksites during the internship program.