Construction Jobs in Sandpoint, Idaho

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Aerocet Inc. - Priest River, ID (17 miles from Sandpoint, Idaho)
JOB DESCRIPTION Page 1 of 1 Job Title: Composite Fabricator Department: Production Location: Flex Position Travel: n/a Level/Salary Range: Base + Position Type: Full-time Job Summary: Fabricate...
7 days ago
Decra Roofing - Ponderay, ID (4 miles from Sandpoint, Idaho)
Experienced comp and metal roofer needed with at least 2 yrs exp. Must have valid drivers license, dependable transportation to occasionally operate vehicle and own tools. Must be able and willing...
9 days ago
KMH Group LLC - Sandpoint, ID
Hiring for apprentice and journeyman drywall hangers. Job operations include lifting and hanging drywall by operating power/hand tools while working off of scaffolding, planks and benches. Must be...
11 days ago
ALTA Forest Products/Welco of Idaho - Naples, ID (19 miles from Sandpoint, Idaho)
Journeyman Millwrights are an essential part of sawmill operations, ensuring that equipment and machinery are in proper working condition and that mill production is maximized. Duties: Perform...
11 days ago
Excavation Northwest NW Docks & Water Works - Sandpoint, ID
Must have current Class A CDL and medical card. Must be at least 20 years old for insurance purposes. Pay depends on experience.
22 days ago
Pend Oreille Mechanical - Sandpoint, ID
Full Time HVAC Apprentice Position in the Sandpoint area. The candidate must be motivated and eager to start a career in HVAC. A 4-year State mandated Apprenticeship program will be required and...
23 days ago
Northern Management Services, Inc - Sandpoint, ID
Federal Construction Contractor looking for Plumbers with 5 yrs minimum experience in commercial/industrial installation for remote, out of state, large scale construction projects. Must be...
25 days ago
Sandpoint, ID
Federal Construction Contractor looking for Construction Carpenters for ongoing commercial construction projects. Must have 3 to 5 yrs exp in all phases of commercial construction. Strong...
25 days ago
Clayton Tope Trucking and Excavating - Sandpoint, ID
Must have CDL Class A drivers license and at least 5 years experience. Will shoot grade, haul gravel, clear land, do road work, install septic systems, etc. Job is seasonal,35 to 40 hours per...
28 days ago

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Top Hiring Companies

Top hiring companies in your area for Construction positions

  • Clayton Tope Trucking and Excavating
  • Excavation Northwest NW Docks & Water Works
  • KMH Group LLC
  • Northern Management Services, Inc
  • Pend Oreille Mechanical


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