Careers

Challenge yourself to succeed in a company that rewards growth and innovation. Whether a seasoned veteran or an upcoming graduate, Wells Concrete has rewarding opportunities available where you can use your skills and make a difference of our company and clients.

Current Openings

Quality Systems Engineer (EDP)

Location: Albany, MN
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
Wells Concrete is seeking a new graduate with a civil engineering degree to be part of our Engineering Development Program. Wells Engineering Development Program (EDP) participants work directly with Wells PEs to gain valuable, hands-on experience in field services, quality control and engineering design. EDP participants will work through the program phases at their own pace. As you become proficient, you’ll progress to the next level or phase, exploring different opportunities and discover a career path that best meets your skills, ambitions and expertise.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Quality Control: The first portion of the Wells EDP; this is one of the most important aspects of engineering with Wells. Our attention to detail and quality is what sets us apart from the competition.
    • Shadow Quality Control (QC) tech at the plant
    • Learn to perform physical test on concrete in the lab
    • Get familiar with entering pre/post pour in Concrete Vision (CV), an internal production database
    • Take and pass American Concrete Institute (ACI) field I Test
    • Check beds during pre-pour
    • Start to get familiar with mix designs, finishes, NCR’s, and metrics
    • Take and pass Precast Concrete Institute (PCI) I/II
    • Work proficiently with mix designs and finishes
    • Pour samples
    • Enter and use NCR/metrics to work on root cause and continuous improvement
    • Conduct site visits when problems arise and determine root cause, then report to operations and help develop new processes, and procedures
    • Work to develop new metrics to help with lowering NCR where needed
  • Field Services:
    • Shadow a senior field supervisor and assist in the layout process
    • Read/interpret blue prints and communicate the work plan to crew
    • Use survey equipment to ensure product is properly aligned vertically and horizontally
    • Coordinate with dispatch daily for load times and sequence
    • Supervise the installation process on job sites
    • Troubleshoot problems that arise and help resolve them
    • Write weekly progress reports
    • Assist field operation managers with conducting early job site visits to coordinate start date, crane and truck access and project concerns with clients
    • Source necessary construction equipment and materials to complete the project
    • Coordinate shipping schedules, appropriate equipment and crew size needed for the project
    • Coordinate daily job duties
    • Coordinate mobilization to the next site efficiently and effectively
    • Follow the bracing procedures and job specific plan on every project
    • Support the laborers and operators at the project to complete tasks
  • Design Engineer: The final portion of the Wells EDP consists of hands-on experience in engineering design. You’ll spend your final months working in tandem with Wells Design Engineers to design precast concrete products for a variety of projects, gaining valuable skills.
    • Work with Wells Design Engineers to design precast concrete products for a variety of projects including FLEXURAL DESIGN (Hollowcore, Double Tees, and Beams), and wall panel design including load capacity and the wall panel handling.
    • At the end of the four-year Wells EDP, you’ll be prepared to take the PE exam and obtain your PE license.
This position profile identifies the key responsibilities and expectations for performance. It cannot encompass all specific job tasks that an employee may be required to perform. Employees are required to follow any other job related instructions and perform job related duties as may be reasonably assigned by his/her supervisor.

Production Laborer

Location: Albany, MN
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
Performs various duties on a crew to assist in setting up the form such as, carry materials to the form and position these materials in the form, pouring concrete and finishing off the concrete in the form.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Climbing up and down off of the form surface (usually about waist height).
  • Carrying materials to the form to be used in setting up the form.
  • Working with hand tools such as cut off saws, grinders, drills, etc.
  • Knowledge/experience working with gas/acetylene torch.
  • Operate Company Forklifts (Wells Concrete will train employees without Forklift experience).
  • Experience working with concrete, pouring, leveling and finishing off concrete.
  • Climbing up onto and down from trailer beds to stockpile material.
  • Overhead crane-way operator experience (Wells Concrete will train employees without experience).
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES REQUIRED
  • Physically able to lift, bend, stoop, climb (onto forms and trailer beds, approximately waist high).
  • Have adequate knowledge of the English language to be able to read pour sheets and set up directions, and be able to communicate with other members of the crew.
  • Be an authorized forklift operator or be capable of learning the skills of operating a forklift.
  • Be experienced in operating overhead crane-ways (Wells Concrete will train employees without experience).
  • Lift, carry materials weighing up to 50 lbs. frequently.
  • Climb up and down from forms and trailer beds.
  • Lifting up to 75 lbs. occasionally.
  • Standing, walking constantly, climbing, kneeling, crouching frequently, balancing, stooping, crawling occasionally.
EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS
  • High school diploma or GED
WORKING CONDITIONS
  • Moderate to high risk of exposure to unusual elements.
  • Moderate to high risk of safety precautions.
  • Moderate to high exposure to production environment.
This position profile identifies the key responsibilities and expectations for performance. It cannot encompass all specific job tasks that an employee may be required to perform. Employees are required to follow any other job related instructions and perform job related duties as may be reasonably assigned by his/her supervisor.

Concrete Quality Control Technician

Location: Denver, CO
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
Concrete Quality Control Technicians are responsible for wet and hardened concrete properties testing of all precast/prestressed product produced in our plants, in accordance with applicable project and industry standards.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Wet concrete testing per ACI/ASTM standards
  • Aggregate gradation/sieve analysis testing per ASTM standards
  • Concrete compression testing per ACI/ASTM standards
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES REQUIRED
  • Reading comprehension for specifications and ASTM and PCI requirements.
  • Ability to assist in the manufacture of concrete products while maintaining objectivity in determining product acceptability.
  • Must have a reliable and consistent work record.
  • Must pass a post-offer drug screen and physical assessment.
  • ACI certification desirable, but can be obtained during employment. High School diploma or equivalent required.
  • Minimum 1 year progressive concrete testing experience preferred.
  • Local applicants only please. No relocation costs covered.
This position profile identifies the key responsibilities and expectations for performance. It cannot encompass all specific job tasks that an employee may be required to perform. Employees are required to follow any other job related instructions and perform job related duties as may be reasonably assigned by his/her supervisor.

Concrete Quality Control Inspector

Location: Denver, CO
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
Concrete Quality Control Inspectors are responsible for confirming dimensional conformance, proper reinforcement placement, wet and hardened concrete properties, and aesthetic quality of all precast/prestressed product produced in our plants, in accordance with applicable project and industry standards.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Pre-pour inspection of molds/forms and reinforcement
  • Post-pour inspection of cast product
  • Assist in wet concrete testing per ACI standards as needed
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES REQUIRED
  • Demonstrated experience in print reading and inspection of complex mold/form setups for geometry and reinforcing steel placement.
  • Reading comprehension for specifications and ASTM and PCI requirements.
  • Ability to assist in the manufacture of concrete products while maintaining objectivity in determining product acceptability.
  • Must have a reliable and consistent work record.
  • Must pass a post-offer drug screen and physical assessment.
  • PCI & ACI certification desirable, but can be obtained during employment. High School diploma or equivalent required.
  • College level concrete and structural engineering coursework beneficial.
  • Minimum 2-3 years progressive concrete testing and reinforcement inspection experience preferred.
  • Local applicants only please. No relocation costs covered.
This position profile identifies the key responsibilities and expectations for performance. It cannot encompass all specific job tasks that an employee may be required to perform. Employees are required to follow any other job related instructions and perform job related duties as may be reasonably assigned by his/her supervisor.

Quality Systems Engineer (EDP)

Location: Field Services
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
Wells Concrete is seeking a new graduate with a civil engineering degree to be part of our Engineering Development Program. Wells Engineering Development Program (EDP) participants work directly with Wells PEs to gain valuable, hands-on experience in field services, quality control and engineering design. EDP participants will work through the program phases at their own pace. As you become proficient, you’ll progress to the next level or phase, exploring different opportunities and discover a career path that best meets your skills, ambitions and expertise.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Quality Control: The first portion of the Wells EDP; this is one of the most important aspects of engineering with Wells. Our attention to detail and quality is what sets us apart from the competition.
    • Shadow Quality Control (QC) tech at the plant
    • Learn to perform physical test on concrete in the lab
    • Get familiar with entering pre/post pour in Concrete Vision (CV), an internal production database
    • Take and pass American Concrete Institute (ACI) field I Test
    • Check beds during pre-pour
    • Start to get familiar with mix designs, finishes, NCR’s, and metrics
    • Take and pass Precast Concrete Institute (PCI) I/II
    • Work proficiently with mix designs and finishes
    • Pour samples
    • Enter and use NCR/metrics to work on root cause and continuous improvement
    • Conduct site visits when problems arise and determine root cause, then report to operations and help develop new processes, and procedures
    • Work to develop new metrics to help with lowering NCR where needed
  • Field Services:
    • Shadow a senior field supervisor and assist in the layout process
    • Read/interpret blue prints and communicate the work plan to crew
    • Use survey equipment to ensure product is properly aligned vertically and horizontally
    • Coordinate with dispatch daily for load times and sequence
    • Supervise the installation process on job sites
    • Troubleshoot problems that arise and help resolve them
    • Write weekly progress reports
    • Assist field operation managers with conducting early job site visits to coordinate start date, crane and truck access and project concerns with clients
    • Source necessary construction equipment and materials to complete the project
    • Coordinate shipping schedules, appropriate equipment and crew size needed for the project
    • Coordinate daily job duties
    • Coordinate mobilization to the next site efficiently and effectively
    • Follow the bracing procedures and job specific plan on every project
    • Support the laborers and operators at the project to complete tasks
  • Design Engineer: The final portion of the Wells EDP consists of hands-on experience in engineering design. You’ll spend your final months working in tandem with Wells Design Engineers to design precast concrete products for a variety of projects, gaining valuable skills.
    • Work with Wells Design Engineers to design precast concrete products for a variety of projects including FLEXURAL DESIGN (Hollowcore, Double Tees, and Beams), and wall panel design including load capacity and the wall panel handling.
    • At the end of the four-year Wells EDP, you’ll be prepared to take the PE exam and obtain your PE license.
This position profile identifies the key responsibilities and expectations for performance. It cannot encompass all specific job tasks that an employee may be required to perform. Employees are required to follow any other job related instructions and perform job related duties as may be reasonably assigned by his/her supervisor.

Quality Systems Engineer (EDP)

Location: Grand Forks, ND
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
Wells Concrete is seeking a new graduate with a civil engineering degree to be part of our Engineering Development Program. Wells Engineering Development Program (EDP) participants work directly with Wells PEs to gain valuable, hands-on experience in field services, quality control and engineering design. EDP participants will work through the program phases at their own pace. As you become proficient, you’ll progress to the next level or phase, exploring different opportunities and discover a career path that best meets your skills, ambitions and expertise.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Quality Control: The first portion of the Wells EDP; this is one of the most important aspects of engineering with Wells. Our attention to detail and quality is what sets us apart from the competition.
    • Shadow Quality Control (QC) tech at the plant
    • Learn to perform physical test on concrete in the lab
    • Get familiar with entering pre/post pour in Concrete Vision (CV), an internal production database
    • Take and pass American Concrete Institute (ACI) field I Test
    • Check beds during pre-pour
    • Start to get familiar with mix designs, finishes, NCR’s, and metrics
    • Take and pass Precast Concrete Institute (PCI) I/II
    • Work proficiently with mix designs and finishes
    • Pour samples
    • Enter and use NCR/metrics to work on root cause and continuous improvement
    • Conduct site visits when problems arise and determine root cause, then report to operations and help develop new processes, and procedures
    • Work to develop new metrics to help with lowering NCR where needed
  • Field Services:
    • Shadow a senior field supervisor and assist in the layout process
    • Read/interpret blue prints and communicate the work plan to crew
    • Use survey equipment to ensure product is properly aligned vertically and horizontally
    • Coordinate with dispatch daily for load times and sequence
    • Supervise the installation process on job sites
    • Troubleshoot problems that arise and help resolve them
    • Write weekly progress reports
    • Assist field operation managers with conducting early job site visits to coordinate start date, crane and truck access and project concerns with clients
    • Source necessary construction equipment and materials to complete the project
    • Coordinate shipping schedules, appropriate equipment and crew size needed for the project
    • Coordinate daily job duties
    • Coordinate mobilization to the next site efficiently and effectively
    • Follow the bracing procedures and job specific plan on every project
    • Support the laborers and operators at the project to complete tasks
  • Design Engineer: The final portion of the Wells EDP consists of hands-on experience in engineering design. You’ll spend your final months working in tandem with Wells Design Engineers to design precast concrete products for a variety of projects, gaining valuable skills.
    • Work with Wells Design Engineers to design precast concrete products for a variety of projects including FLEXURAL DESIGN (Hollowcore, Double Tees, and Beams), and wall panel design including load capacity and the wall panel handling.
    • At the end of the four-year Wells EDP, you’ll be prepared to take the PE exam and obtain your PE license.
This position profile identifies the key responsibilities and expectations for performance. It cannot encompass all specific job tasks that an employee may be required to perform. Employees are required to follow any other job related instructions and perform job related duties as may be reasonably assigned by his/her supervisor.

Manufacturing Engineering Intern

Location: Internships
LOCATION
  • Albany, MN
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
Wells Concrete has an opportunity for an Industrial or Manufacturing Engineering Intern in its Albany, MN location for the summer of 2019. We are looking for a motivated individual with a strong interest in Industrial or Manufacturing engineering that is currently enrolled in their final two years of an engineering curriculum or a graduate student.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Assisting team members in the following: process improvement, lean management, 5S, standard work implementation and manufacturing process review. Responsible for performing general administrative tasks. Administrative responsibilities include: online research, project filing, plan or report reproduction, and other general administrative tasks.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES [REQUIRED]
  • It is preferred that the individual have a strong interest in site development along with a general understanding of construction and design
  • The Civil Engineering Intern should have a strong mathematics background and basic understanding of engineering principles and terms.
  • The ability to multi-task while keeping attention to detail, along with good organizational and communication skills
  • Proficiency with AutoCAD
  • Ability to complete and maintain accurate records and reports.
EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS
Currently enrolled in the final two years of an Industrial or Manufacturing engineering curriculum or a graduate student.
WORKING CONDITIONS
Work is performed in a concrete wall panel production facility and office. -- This position profile identifies the key responsibilities and expectations for performance. It cannot encompass all specific job tasks that an employee may be required to perform. Employees are required to follow any other job related instructions and perform job related duties as may be reasonably assigned by his/her supervisor.

Project Management Intern

Location: Internships
LOCATION
  • Fargo, ND
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
We are looking for an intern to assist our Project Managers in our Fargo office for the summer of 2019. The intern would work closely with office and field personnel.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
  • The paid internship would involve assisting with the following Project Manager roles:
  • Attend meetings with internal and external parties regarding the planning and progress of projects as well as job follow up
  • Assist in estimating new projects
  • Manage construction subcontractors for multiple projects
  • Assist in all aspects of construction projects from pre-construction to project close-out.
  • Plan and schedule project timelines and milestones.
  • Develop and communicate project plans, layouts and drawings for projects with clients and personnel.
  • Cooperate with Superintendent to ensure quality, schedule, and safety.
  • Spend time in the field assisting in planning for project layout, product delivery, and product installation (onsite with crew).
  • Supervise and coordinate project shop drawings with drafters and design engineers with design team members.
  • Work directly with customers, engineering teams, subcontractors and personnel to ensure projects are built to specifications and Wells Concrete standards.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES REQUIRED
  • Must have a valid driver’s license and an acceptable motor vehicle driving record (MVR).
  • Be familiar with project drawings and specifications
  • Excellent computer skills.
  • Effective communication skills, motivation skills, and supervisory skills.
  • Ability to organize and prioritize numerous tasks.
  • Ability to travel with some overnights.
EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS
  • Working towards a Bachelor’s Degree in Construction Management, or related degree preferred.
WORKING CONDITIONS
  • Moderate to high risk of exposure to unusual elements due to construction site varying conditions.
  • Moderate to high risk of safety precautions due to construction site varying conditions.
  • General Office Environment with a low to moderate exposure to production environment.
This position profile identifies the key responsibilities and expectations for performance. It cannot encompass all specific job tasks that an employee may be required to perform. Employees are required to follow any other job related instructions and perform job related duties as may be reasonably assigned by his/her supervisor.

Civil Engineer Intern

Location: Internships
LOCATION
  • Fargo, ND
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
Wells Concrete has an opportunity for a Civil Engineering Intern in its Fargo, ND and Minneapolis, MN location for the summer of 2019. We are looking for a motivated individual with a strong interest in Civil/Structural engineering and site development that is currently enrolled in their final two years of a civil engineering curriculum or a graduate student.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Assisting team members in the following: research, drafting, calculations, construction and manufacturing process review
  • Responsible for performing general administrative tasks. Administrative responsibilities include: online research, project filing, plan or report reproduction, and other general administrative tasks.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES REQUIRED
  • It is preferred that the individual have a strong interest in site development along with a general understanding of construction and design
  • The Civil Engineering Intern should have a strong mathematic background and basic understanding of engineering principles and terms.
  • The ability to multi-task while keeping attention to detail, along with good organizational and communication skills
  • Proficiency with AutoCAD
  • Ability to complete and maintain accurate records and reports.
EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS
  • Currently enrolled in the final two years of a civil engineering curriculum or a graduate student.
WORKING CONDITIONS
  • Work is performed in an office or outdoors, with infrequent exposure to adverse environmental conditions.
This position profile identifies the key responsibilities and expectations for performance. It cannot encompass all specific job tasks that an employee may be required to perform. Employees are required to follow any other job related instructions and perform job related duties as may be reasonably assigned by his/her supervisor.

Quality Systems Engineer (EDP)

Location: Maple Grove, MN
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
Wells Concrete is seeking a new graduate with a civil engineering degree to be part of our Engineering Development Program. Wells Engineering Development Program (EDP) participants work directly with Wells PEs to gain valuable, hands-on experience in field services, quality control and engineering design. EDP participants will work through the program phases at their own pace. As you become proficient, you’ll progress to the next level or phase, exploring different opportunities and discover a career path that best meets your skills, ambitions and expertise.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Quality Control: The first portion of the Wells EDP; this is one of the most important aspects of engineering with Wells. Our attention to detail and quality is what sets us apart from the competition.
    • Shadow Quality Control (QC) tech at the plant
    • Learn to perform physical test on concrete in the lab
    • Get familiar with entering pre/post pour in Concrete Vision (CV), an internal production database
    • Take and pass American Concrete Institute (ACI) field I Test
    • Check beds during pre-pour
    • Start to get familiar with mix designs, finishes, NCR’s, and metrics
    • Take and pass Precast Concrete Institute (PCI) I/II
    • Work proficiently with mix designs and finishes
    • Pour samples
    • Enter and use NCR/metrics to work on root cause and continuous improvement
    • Conduct site visits when problems arise and determine root cause, then report to operations and help develop new processes, and procedures
    • Work to develop new metrics to help with lowering NCR where needed
  • Field Services:
    • Shadow a senior field supervisor and assist in the layout process
    • Read/interpret blue prints and communicate the work plan to crew
    • Use survey equipment to ensure product is properly aligned vertically and horizontally
    • Coordinate with dispatch daily for load times and sequence
    • Supervise the installation process on job sites
    • Troubleshoot problems that arise and help resolve them
    • Write weekly progress reports
    • Assist field operation managers with conducting early job site visits to coordinate start date, crane and truck access and project concerns with clients
    • Source necessary construction equipment and materials to complete the project
    • Coordinate shipping schedules, appropriate equipment and crew size needed for the project
    • Coordinate daily job duties
    • Coordinate mobilization to the next site efficiently and effectively
    • Follow the bracing procedures and job specific plan on every project
    • Support the laborers and operators at the project to complete tasks
  • Design Engineer: The final portion of the Wells EDP consists of hands-on experience in engineering design. You’ll spend your final months working in tandem with Wells Design Engineers to design precast concrete products for a variety of projects, gaining valuable skills.
    • Work with Wells Design Engineers to design precast concrete products for a variety of projects including FLEXURAL DESIGN (Hollowcore, Double Tees, and Beams), and wall panel design including load capacity and the wall panel handling.
    • At the end of the four-year Wells EDP, you’ll be prepared to take the PE exam and obtain your PE license.
This position profile identifies the key responsibilities and expectations for performance. It cannot encompass all specific job tasks that an employee may be required to perform. Employees are required to follow any other job related instructions and perform job related duties as may be reasonably assigned by his/her supervisor.

Quality Systems Engineer (EDP)

Location: Rosemount, MN
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
Wells Concrete is seeking a new graduate with a civil engineering degree to be part of our Engineering Development Program. Wells Engineering Development Program (EDP) participants work directly with Wells PEs to gain valuable, hands-on experience in field services, quality control and engineering design. EDP participants will work through the program phases at their own pace. As you become proficient, you’ll progress to the next level or phase, exploring different opportunities and discover a career path that best meets your skills, ambitions and expertise.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Quality Control: The first portion of the Wells EDP; this is one of the most important aspects of engineering with Wells. Our attention to detail and quality is what sets us apart from the competition.
    • Shadow Quality Control (QC) tech at the plant
    • Learn to perform physical test on concrete in the lab
    • Get familiar with entering pre/post pour in Concrete Vision (CV), an internal production database
    • Take and pass American Concrete Institute (ACI) field I Test
    • Check beds during pre-pour
    • Start to get familiar with mix designs, finishes, NCR’s, and metrics
    • Take and pass Precast Concrete Institute (PCI) I/II
    • Work proficiently with mix designs and finishes
    • Pour samples
    • Enter and use NCR/metrics to work on root cause and continuous improvement
    • Conduct site visits when problems arise and determine root cause, then report to operations and help develop new processes, and procedures
    • Work to develop new metrics to help with lowering NCR where needed
  • Field Services:
    • Shadow a senior field supervisor and assist in the layout process
    • Read/interpret blue prints and communicate the work plan to crew
    • Use survey equipment to ensure product is properly aligned vertically and horizontally
    • Coordinate with dispatch daily for load times and sequence
    • Supervise the installation process on job sites
    • Troubleshoot problems that arise and help resolve them
    • Write weekly progress reports
    • Assist field operation managers with conducting early job site visits to coordinate start date, crane and truck access and project concerns with clients
    • Source necessary construction equipment and materials to complete the project
    • Coordinate shipping schedules, appropriate equipment and crew size needed for the project
    • Coordinate daily job duties
    • Coordinate mobilization to the next site efficiently and effectively
    • Follow the bracing procedures and job specific plan on every project
    • Support the laborers and operators at the project to complete tasks
  • Design Engineer: The final portion of the Wells EDP consists of hands-on experience in engineering design. You’ll spend your final months working in tandem with Wells Design Engineers to design precast concrete products for a variety of projects, gaining valuable skills.
    • Work with Wells Design Engineers to design precast concrete products for a variety of projects including FLEXURAL DESIGN (Hollowcore, Double Tees, and Beams), and wall panel design including load capacity and the wall panel handling.
    • At the end of the four-year Wells EDP, you’ll be prepared to take the PE exam and obtain your PE license.
This position profile identifies the key responsibilities and expectations for performance. It cannot encompass all specific job tasks that an employee may be required to perform. Employees are required to follow any other job related instructions and perform job related duties as may be reasonably assigned by his/her supervisor.

Fleet Mechanic

Location: Rosemount, MN

GENERAL DESCRIPTION

This role will be taking on a fleet of vehicles and turning its Maintenance, PM Scheduling and Serviceability their own.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Inspect and troubleshoot Yard Equipment: Mi-Jacks, Forklifts, Yard Dogs, Flat Bed Trailers, Yard Trucks and Notching Equipment.
  • Preform accurate and fast diagnosis of fault/failures for timely pairs.
  • Ability to adapt to productions schedule for equipment availability for repairs.
  • Duties include; mechanical, electrical, pneumatic and hydraulic systems, problem diagnosis, and repair procedures.
  • Operate/inspect overhead crane-ways.
  • Operate/inspect forklifts.
  • Inspection of travel lifts.
  • Performs duties indoors and outdoors.
  • Accountable to practice BSP program and housekeeping in their assigned area.
  • Knowledge of Lock Out/Tag Out procedures.
  • Maintain maintenance/inspection records and assist in scheduling

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES REQUIRED

  • Must have organizational skills; deal with many different jobs at one time.
  • React quickly to change and be able to effectively work when change occurs.
  • Know the necessary regulations for trucks hauling heavy materials over the road. (Federal and state regulations).
  • Must have interpersonal skills to keep strong relationships with vendors.
  • Have an overall knowledge of how the Field erection process occurs to determine which materials need to be at the jobsite and when.
  • Know how to run computer software programs and other technology.
  • Must know how to read and understand prints electrical,.
  • Must be able to get the information needed when traveling and hauling to different states.
  • Know and understand how the prorate license works.
  • Have strong oral and written communication skills.

EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS WORKING CONDITIONS

  • High School Diploma or GED.
  • Technical College - preferred
  • Moderate to high risk of exposure to unusual elements.
  • Moderate to high risk of safety precautions.
  • General Office Environment with a moderate to high exposure to production environment.
This position profile identifies the key responsibilities and expectations for performance. It cannot encompass all specific job tasks that an employee may be required to perform. Employees are required to follow any other job related instructions and perform job related duties as may be reasonably assigned by his/her supervisor.

Quality Control Technician

Location: Rosemount, MN
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The Quality Control Technician performs inspections on forms to ensure the form is set up as detailed on the pour sheet, checks concrete being mixed and poured into the form, and checks dimensions and details of fabricated product for accuracy.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTION AND RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Performs pre-pour inspections on forms.
  • Involved with tensioning of cable to record elongations and ensure cable is tensioned as designed.
  • Checks temperature and air content of wet concrete.
  • Conducts slump tests of wet concrete and makes cylinders for cylinder breaks.
  • Inserts temperature probes for monitoring the curing process.
  • Breaks cylinders the day after a pour and 28 days after pieces are poured.
  • Inspects pieces after they have cured and are removed from the forms.
  • Conducts gradation and sieve tests on various aggregate.
  • Observant of compliance with safety policy and procedures.
  • Represented on the Plant Safety Committee.
  • Records the necessary data for Quality Control files.
  • Documents any discrepancies and corrections needed on product and ensures they are completed.
  • Obtain the required ACI Concrete Field Testing certification.
  • Acts in professional manner that demonstrates the individual has good character and can be trusted by all employees.
  • Complete special projects as requested and performs other duties as assigned.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, QUALIFICATIONS AND ABILITY REQUIREMENTS
  • Must have interpersonal communication skills to interact with co-workers, supervisors, and managers.
  • Experience with Microsoft office.
  • Must be able to solve problems quickly and efficiently.
  • General math skills, be able to read a tape measure.
  • Knowledge of safety procedures that need to be followed.
  • Ability to work with others to get the project completed efficiently.
  • Must be motivated and self driven to complete a task.
  • Understand and accepts changes that are implemented to become best in Class.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS
  • High School Diploma or GED.
WORKING CONDITIONS/PAY SCALE
  • Moderate to high risk of exposure to unusual elements.
  • Moderate to high risk of safety precautions.
  • Moderate to high exposure to production environment.
This position profile identifies the key responsibilities and expectations for performance. It cannot encompass all specific job tasks that an employee may be required to perform. Employees are required to follow any other job related instructions and perform job related duties as may be reasonably assigned by his/her supervisor.

General Laborer

Location: Rosemount, MN
JOB SUMMARY
  • Work as part of the precast production operation aiding in a number of locations including but not limited to; production, precast removal, and yard.
  • Maintain a neat and orderly work areas.
  • The ability to work within a group of individuals.
  • Support Company polices and have a positive attitude while working.
SKILLS/BACKGROUND REQUIREMENTS
  • Ability to work in a physically demanding environment (lifting up to 50 pounds, frequent bending and stooping).
  • Work history in concrete construction activities.
  • Ability to follow safety and production work rules.
  • Strong attendance record.
  • Ability to work in the elements, including winter conditions.
  • Strong communications skills, have the ability to coordinate shipping and yard activities with internal dispatch and external trucking firms.
SKILLS/BACKGROUND PREFERENCES
  • OSHA 10 hour cards preferred but not required. Upon hire successfully obtaining within 6 months of employment.
  • Precast experience, preferred but not required.
  • Ability to operate a number of pieces of equipment; forklift, yard truck, man lift and having or willing to obtain the certificates needed.
TARGETED COMPENSATION
  • Base wage = $18 to $22 / hour + incentive
ANTICIPATED SHIFT
  • 3:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Shift may be adjusted based on plant scale-up, production and field requirements.
OTHER REQUIREMENTS
  • Plant is a drug-free / alcohol-free operation and submission to random drug testing is a condition of employment

Yard Laborer

Location: Rosemount, MN
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
Perform labor intensive concrete work in many different environments.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Take direction from their Team Leader and Supervisor.
  • Flexible to perform work in any area including Architectural, Spancrete, Yard, Finish Building, and other areas as needed.
  • Maintain a safe environment and have good housekeeping skills while working.
  • Participate in Lean Manufacturing objectives and improves the efficiencies of the department.
  • Have knowledge of quality program and be able to perform quality work.
  • Come to work with a good attitude and work the hours needed to fulfill the job requirements.
  • Comfortable operating heavy equipment, including, but not limited to forklifts, bobcats, and cranes.
  • Knowledgeable of day-to-day tasks that are performed and are aware of what the next step is without being told.
  • Maintain a professional relationship with employees in the plant and office.
  • Support company policies and have a positive attitude while working.
  • Must be able to handle the physical demands of the job including, but not limited to pushing, pulling, lifting, bending, climbing, kneeling, twisting, squatting, and crawling.
  • Complete special projects as requested and performs other duties as assigned.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES REQUIRED
  • Must have interpersonal communication skills to interact with co-workers, supervisors, and managers.
  • Ability to train and coach other employees if necessary.
  • Must be able to solve problems quickly and efficiently.
  • General math skills and ability to read tape measure.
  • Understand and accepts changes that are implemented to become Best in Class.
  • Ability to work with others to get the project completed efficiently and work independently when needed.
  • Knowledge of products the company uses and which products would work best.
EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS
  • High School Diploma or GED
WORKING CONDITIONS
  • Moderate to high risk of exposure to unusual elements.
  • Moderate to high risk of safety precautions.
  • Moderate to high exposure to production environment.
This position profile identifies the key responsibilities and expectations for performance. It cannot encompass all specific job tasks that an employee may be required to perform. Employees are required to follow any other job related instructions and perform job related duties as may be reasonably assigned by his/her supervisor.

Quality Systems Engineer (EDP)

Location: Wells, MN
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
Wells Concrete is seeking a new graduate with a civil engineering degree to be part of our Engineering Development Program. Wells Engineering Development Program (EDP) participants work directly with Wells PEs to gain valuable, hands-on experience in field services, quality control and engineering design. EDP participants will work through the program phases at their own pace. As you become proficient, you’ll progress to the next level or phase, exploring different opportunities and discover a career path that best meets your skills, ambitions and expertise.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Quality Control: The first portion of the Wells EDP; this is one of the most important aspects of engineering with Wells. Our attention to detail and quality is what sets us apart from the competition.
    • Shadow Quality Control (QC) tech at the plant
    • Learn to perform physical test on concrete in the lab
    • Get familiar with entering pre/post pour in Concrete Vision (CV), an internal production database
    • Take and pass American Concrete Institute (ACI) field I Test
    • Check beds during pre-pour
    • Start to get familiar with mix designs, finishes, NCR’s, and metrics
    • Take and pass Precast Concrete Institute (PCI) I/II
    • Work proficiently with mix designs and finishes
    • Pour samples
    • Enter and use NCR/metrics to work on root cause and continuous improvement
    • Conduct site visits when problems arise and determine root cause, then report to operations and help develop new processes, and procedures
    • Work to develop new metrics to help with lowering NCR where needed
  • Field Services:
    • Shadow a senior field supervisor and assist in the layout process
    • Read/interpret blue prints and communicate the work plan to crew
    • Use survey equipment to ensure product is properly aligned vertically and horizontally
    • Coordinate with dispatch daily for load times and sequence
    • Supervise the installation process on job sites
    • Troubleshoot problems that arise and help resolve them
    • Write weekly progress reports
    • Assist field operation managers with conducting early job site visits to coordinate start date, crane and truck access and project concerns with clients
    • Source necessary construction equipment and materials to complete the project
    • Coordinate shipping schedules, appropriate equipment and crew size needed for the project
    • Coordinate daily job duties
    • Coordinate mobilization to the next site efficiently and effectively
    • Follow the bracing procedures and job specific plan on every project
    • Support the laborers and operators at the project to complete tasks
  • Design Engineer: The final portion of the Wells EDP consists of hands-on experience in engineering design. You’ll spend your final months working in tandem with Wells Design Engineers to design precast concrete products for a variety of projects, gaining valuable skills.
    • Work with Wells Design Engineers to design precast concrete products for a variety of projects including FLEXURAL DESIGN (Hollowcore, Double Tees, and Beams), and wall panel design including load capacity and the wall panel handling.
    • At the end of the four-year Wells EDP, you’ll be prepared to take the PE exam and obtain your PE license.
This position profile identifies the key responsibilities and expectations for performance. It cannot encompass all specific job tasks that an employee may be required to perform. Employees are required to follow any other job related instructions and perform job related duties as may be reasonably assigned by his/her supervisor.

Production Laborer

Location: Wells, MN
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
Performs various duties on a crew to assist in setting up the form such as, carry materials to the form and position these materials in the form, pouring concrete and finishing off the concrete in the form.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Climbing up and down off of the form surface (usually about waist height).
  • Carrying materials to the form to be used in setting up the form.
  • Working with hand tools such as cut off saws, grinders, drills, etc.
  • Knowledge/experience working with gas/acetylene torch.
  • Operate Company Forklifts (Wells Concrete will train employees without Forklift experience).
  • Experience working with concrete, pouring, leveling and finishing off concrete.
  • Climbing up onto and down from trailer beds to stockpile material.
  • Overhead crane-way operator experience (Wells Concrete will train employees without experience).
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES REQUIRED
  • Physically able to lift, bend, stoop, climb (onto forms and trailer beds, approximately waist high).
  • Have adequate knowledge of the English language to be able to read pour sheets and set up directions, and be able to communicate with other members of the crew.
  • Be an authorized forklift operator or be capable of learning the skills of operating a forklift.
  • Be experienced in operating overhead crane-ways (Wells Concrete will train employees without experience).
  • Lift, carry materials weighing up to 50 lbs. frequently.
  • Climb up and down from forms and trailer beds.
  • Lifting up to 75 lbs. occasionally.
  • Standing, walking constantly, climbing, kneeling, crouching frequently, balancing, stooping, crawling occasionally.
EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS
  • High school diploma or GED
WORKING CONDITIONS
  • Moderate to high risk of exposure to unusual elements.
  • Moderate to high risk of safety precautions.
  • Moderate to high exposure to production environment.
This position profile identifies the key responsibilities and expectations for performance. It cannot encompass all specific job tasks that an employee may be required to perform. Employees are required to follow any other job related instructions and perform job related duties as may be reasonably assigned by his/her supervisor.

BENEFITS

At Wells Concrete, we value our employees and are committed to providing a competitive and comprehensive benefits package.

We offer paid holidays, PTO, 401K plan, health, dental and vision insurance. We also offer Flex Spending for medical and daycare as well as a Health Savings Account.

The company pays the premiums for short-term and long-term disability for employees and life insurance on employees, spouses and children.

Our benefits package is subject to change at anytime. For a complete list of benefits, please contact us.

Our Values

Wells Concrete is one of the top five precast providers in the U.S. We design, manufacture and install structural and architectural precast solutions. At Wells, we hold ourselves to higher standards. Our values include:

Superior
Wells is a team of superior craftsmen working together to bring our client’s visions to life.

Innovative
The Wells team of experts lead the industry in providing innovative, design-build precast solutions.

Collaborative
By integrating superior knowledge and advanced production technology, the Wells model ensures projects are built as efficiently and cost-effectively as possible.

Reliable
At Wells, we give our customers peace-of-mind by being the most reliable solutions provider in the industry.

Proud
Wells is a team of talented craftsmen. We are proud of the work we perform and stand behind the commitments we make.

Sincere
Wells is a team of professionals who sincerely care about providing the highest-quality products and services to each project carrying the Wells name.