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Oregon Apprenticeship Guide


Job Description
Ironworkers erect the structural framework for high rise buildings, bridges, power plants and towers. They place reinforcing steel in concrete forms for roadways, foundations and structures and erect the aluminum fascia on high rise window walls. Tools of the trade include: wrenches, connecting bars, tape measures, levels, jacks, arc welders, welding torches and oxy-acetylene torches.
Working Conditions
Ironworkers work outside and at heights. Ironworkers often travel to job sites out of town. A valid driver´s license and good, reliable transportation are essential. 

Apprenticeship Committees 


MA# 1013 


Pacific NW Ironworker & Employer JATC

Phone: 503-775-0877
Email: jatc29@nwiw.com
Website: www.nwiw.com


​Open Continuously: View our 2015 Opening Notice

 Apply in person: Wednesdays: 
 9:00 am - 11:30 am  
 1:00 pm - 4:30 pm 

Go to the Occupational Summaries List.
Go to the Apprenticeship Opportunities Statewide.