Join our dedicated and talented team of professionals.
As one of Northeast Wisconsin’s leading general contractors, we’re always looking to add the best and brightest to our company. In particular, we are seeking people who work well within teams and are committed to quality, productivity, and safety on the jobsite. Here are some of the basic requirements you can expect working in our field:
- A high level of physical fitness and stamina
- Enjoyment in practical work
- Working under strict deadlines
- Understanding building plans and instructions
- Good hand-eye coordination
- Comfortable working from heights
- Work as a team with other trades
- Ability to communicate well
- Willing to work in extreme weather conditions
- Flexibility in hours and locations by job
By joining Frank O. Zeise Construction, you will have the opportunity to be a part of shaping the growing communities in Northeast Wisconsin. You will have a rewarding job that offers variety and potential to pursue opportunities for advancement in your career. Apprenticeships combine classroom and hands-on training with on-the-job experience. They start around $40,000/year and offer benefits that may include health insurance, pension contributions, and training and vacation funds.
A carpenter’s job duties usually include: tasks that involve a lot of physical labor, construct or repair building structures using a variety of tools and machinery, measure, cut or shape wood, plastic, drywall and other materials, follow building plans, install exterior finishes, build and set forms for footings, walls, slabs, columns, and decks, frame interior walls, cabinets and stairs
A laborer’s job duties usually include: tasks that involve a lot of physical labor, clean and prepare job sites, load and deliver materials, demolish space for new construction or renovation, erect scaffolding, operate jackhammers and pour concrete, signal equipment operators to facilitate alignment, movement, and adjustment of machinery, equipment, and materials.
A bricklayer’s job duties usually include: tasks that involve a lot of physical labor, building or repairing walls, superior attention to detail, structural framework with bricks and mortar, lay or install brick, structural tile, cinder, terra cotta or stone in buildings, construct partitions, arches, and joints, cut or saw bricks to fit windows and doors, use chemicals to clean bricks and stone and finish mortar joints.
A cement finisher’s job duties usually include: tasks that involve a lot of physical labor, smooth and finish surface of poured concrete, such as floors, walks, and sidewalks, set and align forms that hold concrete, pour, spread, and level concrete using rakes, shovels, trowels, screeds, and floats, form expansions, joints, and edges, monitor how wind, heat, or cold will affect the curing process of the concrete, signal truck drivers and position trucks for facilitating the concrete pour.