Job Type:

6 and 1 Schedule


5+ years (Preferred)

The Position

We are offering up to $51.28 per hour for experienced Journeyman Ironworkers willing to travel to Northern Alberta and BC industrial work sites.

Once our projects begin, we will be providing consistent and reliable work on our sites. Superintendent and Foreman experience will be considered an asset.


This position is accountable for the safe and effective construction of projects, and material management for rebar placing activities for A&H Steel Ltd. Journeymen duties include being responsible for quality and efficient rebar installation, and providing mentorship and guidance to apprentice placers in the areas of safety, quality control, and schedule.

Field Foremen will be primarily responsible for the execution phase of their specifically assigned projects. Administrative requirements include materials ordering and tracking, input into the development of standard work methods, as-builds, human resources and regular reporting of project status.


  • Train, coach, mentor and provide performance feedback to Ironworker Apprentices.
  • Responsible for helping Lead hands, and foremen, ensuring highest level of quality is maintained for each project and completed in accordance with industry standards.
  • Responsible for increasing overall placing crew efficiency.
  • Responsible to implement, as directed by the site foreman, or lead hand, industry practices and procedures that impact A&H’s field placing department.
  • Support field employees in their activities to ensure their responsibilities are fulfilled.
  • Ensure projects are delivered in accordance with work plans and schedules.

Required Knowledge/Skills/Abilities

  • Mastery of Reinforcing Steel placement procedures and best practices.
  • Comprehensive knowledge of the construction industry.
  • Comprehensive knowledge of construction work methods.
  • Effective leadership, interpersonal, communication, and troubleshooting/problem solving skills.
  • The incumbent must have a valid operator’s license.
  • Strong attention to detail.
  • Efficient time management skills.

A successful applicant will also be in good standing with a local Ironworking Union or be willing to become a valued member.

Fly-in, Fly-out will be from pre-determined hubs.

All worksites have strict COVID Policies in place that are rigorously followed by all field crews.