At IWA Manpower, we offer boilermaker jobs to skilled professionals with experience in construction and welding. Boilermakers are responsible for building and repairing boilers, pressure vessels, and other large containers that hold liquids and gases. They work in a variety of industries, including construction, manufacturing, and power generation.

Our boilermaker jobs require candidates to have a high level of technical skill and knowledge of welding techniques and equipment. Boilermakers must be able to read and interpret technical drawings and specifications, measure and mark materials, and cut and shape metal to precise specifications.

Boilermakers must also have a thorough understanding of safety procedures and protocols. They work with heavy machinery, hazardous materials, and high-pressure systems, so it’s critical that they have a strong commitment to safety and follow all relevant safety guidelines.


The term "boilermaker" originally referred to craftsmen who built and maintained steam boilers during the Industrial Revolution. These workers were responsible for constructing and repairing boilers, which were used to power steam engines and other machinery. Over time, the term "boilermaker" came to be used more broadly to refer to workers who build and repair large containers that hold liquids and gases, such as tanks and pressure vessels.

The average boilermaker salary can vary depending on a variety of factors, including the location, industry, and level of experience. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median annual wage for boilermakers was $65,360 in May 2020. However, salaries can range from around $40,000 to over $100,000 per year, depending on factors such as experience, certifications, and job location.

The availability of boilermaker jobs can vary depending on the location and the state of the job market. However, at IWA Manpower, we offer boilermaker jobs in a variety of locations throughout the United States. Our job openings are updated regularly, and we encourage interested candidates to check our website for the latest job listings. Additionally, job search websites and local job boards can be a good resource for finding boilermaker jobs in your area.