Ahern, one of the leading mechanical and fire protection contractors in the United States, has an exciting opportunity for a Sheet Metal Pre-Apprentice in Fond du Lac, WI. In 2021, Ahern was ranked as the #1 specialty contractor in WI and in the top 15% of specialty contractors across the US. Building a first-class reputation in the industry since 1880 did not happen by chance. It has developed over time through our commitment to conducting business ethically and by providing continuous learning, improvement, and development opportunities for its number one asset, employees. You owe it to yourself to find out what Ahern has to offer!
How you will contribute:
Duties of this position would include fabricating, extensive material handling, and assembling ductwork systems for heating, ventilation, & air conditioning. Sheet metal workers select the gauge and type of sheet metal according to the product being fabricated and their knowledge of metals and their properties.
What you need to qualify:
Prior experience as a Machine Operator is preferred. Sheet metal apprentice applicants must have a high school diploma or its equivalent, and must meet the required norms on aptitude tests. You can stand out above other candidates by demonstrating the ability to thrive in a fast-paced work environment, displaying basic mechanical skills, and having good problem-solving skills. A commitment to acquiring industry-specific knowledge and displaying a positive attitude will be crucial. If you are ready to demonstrate this expertise, Ahern wants you!
What’s in it for you?
Ahern has a commitment to excellence that extends beyond our outstanding customer satisfaction ratings and numerous safety awards. Significant investment in employee training programs, advancement opportunities, and flexible work schedules have helped Ahern stand out above others in the industry. Experience for yourself why Ahern has been voted the Best Place to Work!
Ahern is an Affirmative Action / Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages veterans, women, minorities, and disabled individuals to apply.