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For the past five decades, Fisher Industries has successfully completed numerous interstate construction or re-construction projects, large municipal or residential projects and has consistently provided aggregate products that meet tough roadway specifications. The Fisher portfolio includes concrete, asphalt, drilling, blasting and paving services, as well as various aggregate products. From manufacturing aggregate processing equipment, to mining and delivering aggregate products, to the final roller pass across asphalt, the Fisher Industries team stands ready to tackle the toughest jobs. The Fisher Industries team employs over 1,100 aggregate processing professionals throughout the Dakotas, Montana, Arizona, New Mexico, Nevada, Colorado, California and Wyoming.
Dickinson, North Dakota
As our company Electrician, you will work in our state-of-the-art, 100,000-square-foot manufacturing facility, building and repairing construction equipment. Your overarching responsibility will revolve around electrical requirements in manufacturing new equipment, while servicing customers existing equipment, as well as championing the electrical maintenance and repair of equipment. You will also direct crews and mentor electrician apprentices. To qualify, you must have 3 years as an industrial electrician with commercial 48-volt/3-phase experience, and hold Journeyman certification (or be willing to obtain it).
Working here with us, youll be rewarded with a competitive salary and an attractive benefits package including medical, dental, vision, a flexible spending account, accident and critical illness insurance, short- and long-term disability and life insurance, a retirement and profit sharing plan, paid vacations and holidays, and much more.
Wake up to a new challenge every day! Apply easily and conveniently, please send your resume to klandry- for immediate consideration.
Fisher Industries is an Equal Opportunity Employer, and an Equal Opportunity Employer of Individuals with Disabilities and Protected Veterans.

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