If you’re not afraid to get dirty and want to learn the construction trade from the ground up, check out this opportunity to work with a well-respected, award winning Contractor that puts their employees first with safety initiatives, great benefits and perks, wellness programs, and an Employee Ownership program where you become part-owner in the company.
Come see why employees spend their entire careers with Sargent Corporation!
Sargent Corporation is searching for Laborers in the New England area.
No experience is required! If you enjoy working outside performing manual labor using rakes, shovels, compactors and brute strength, we want to hear from you! Do you have experience doing landscaping or working on a farm, even better!
As a member of the team, you can expect:
In these roles, you will be traveling throughout the region to work on jobs related to infrastructure including landfill, highway, site prep, and public works projects.
Although these positions may require travel, the Company pays for travel expenses including lodging, mileage, and per diem for meals – plus you will be home every weekend!
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About the Company: Sargent Corporation is an employee owned earthwork construction company that traces our beginning to 1926 in Alton, Maine. Today, our nearly 450 employees work in seven states, specializing in commercial, industrial and institutional site preparation, landfill construction, utility projects, airports, athletic facilities and wind power access.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to the individual’s race, color, sex, national origin, religion, age, disability, genetic information, status as a military veteran or any other characteristic protected by applicable law.
In the dirt world, this is where it all starts. As a laborer, you do exactly as the job title suggests whether it be rigging pipe, shoveling rock, sweeping sidewalks, or supporting the overall operation however you can. Machines do a lot of the work, but we still rely on hardworking people to do the last and often most important 5-10%. Regardless of where you aspire to be later in your career, this is the best place to start.Learn More