Job Locations US-UT-Provo
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
McWane Ductile - Utah


McWane Ductile – Utah is a world class manufacturer of ductile iron pipe and poles, in a heavy industrial setting. We have been in operation since 1926 and are located in Provo, Utah. The company currently seeking candidates for: Laborers/Operators.



$18.45 /hr to start ($19.45 after probation)

Up to $21.32 for production

Day Shift, and Graveyard Available


Professional references, education, and background

checks will be conducted, and a post offer/pre-employment

physical and drug screen will be required.


Great Things about McWane Ductile - Utah

Competitive benefits (medical & dental)

No cost individual plan, low cost family plan

Paid vacation & holidays

401(k) with company match

Shift Differential for Grave & Swing shifts.

We have been in business for 90 years


Application Deadline:

Open until filled


If you are interested apply at



McWane is a Federal VEVRAA contractor and an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to providing equal employment opportunity in all employment practices. McWane will not discriminate against any applicant for employment because of their race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, disability, veteran or service member status, marital status, citizenship status (In IL - sex, including same sex, ancestry, order of protection status, physical or mental disability, military status, pregnancy, unfavorable discharge status, genetic information), (In IA - gender identity), (In CA - gender identity or expression, and genetic information) or any other category protected by federal, state or local law.


Selected candidates will be involved in working around molten metal and conveying or pipe finishing systems and equipment.


Successful candidates will have a good work history, with preference given to those who have two or more years of industrial experience working around automated equipment.


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