Carpenter / Mold Maker

Company Overview:

How would you like to work for a company that helped build the home of the Green Bay Packers and Milwaukee Brewers? Or a hospital that helps in the cure for childhood cancer? A building at Marquette or UW-Wisconsin that teaches students engineering? Or live in a beautiful downtown high rise overlooking Lake Michigan? Are you a Roofer, Rough carpenter, Finish carpenter, or Exterior fabricator and sick of working in the rain? Or having your pay stub feel lighter because of unexpected days off due to Mother Nature? Or maybe even working in the tool and die/machining field, looking for a change of pace? We are looking for intelligent, hands-on candidates who know how to work through blueprints and are precise in their abilities to measure distances accurately, a fondness for using tools and seeing what you create. If you have a skilled trade mindset that is valuable to us at International Concrete Products (ICP).


At ICP we are always looking for skilled personnel on our production floor, to create our architectural, structural, and custom concrete panels. Positions to be filled are full-time, 40+ hrs. / Week. Here at ICP we are all working 1st shift, and opening the plant at 4 .a.m. with most crews starting at 6 a.m., and the later crews starting at 9 for our casting/ concrete finishing crew. Applicants must be punctual, hardworking, and dependable individuals, and would like to have them to be familiar with a standard tape measure. Blueprint reading and many other skills are necessary, however, ICP believes in training its employees for its crews. So no experience as a Mold maker/ Reinforcement installer is necessary, since these fields are so specialized. ICP’s plant is an environmentally controlled climate, in which indoor, year-round production is established

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Include but are not limited to the following. Other duties may be assigned.

  • Lays out pattern on wood stock, dividing pattern into sections according to shape of casting to facilitate removal of precast from mold. Cuts and shapes parts.
  • Fits and fastens parts together to form pattern or section.
  • Trims, sands, and shapes surfaces.
  • Assembles sections and verifies dimensions of complete pattern.
  • Seals mold using epoxies, lacquers or polyurethane coating applied by spray, brush or roller.
  • Sets up molds according to shop drawings.
  • Must understand basic blueprint reading.
  • Employee is required to wear hard hat, steel-toed boots and safety glasses at all times when they are working on the floor.


  • High School Graduate
  • One year certificate from college or technical school; or three to six months related experience and or training
  • Or equivalent combination of education and experience

Compensation & Benefits:

Compensation & benefits to be discussed during an interview.

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