Why take a job when you can live an adventure?
In the ever-changing world of the construction industry, Baker’s destiny lies in
our ability to train and retain qualified individuals. Consistently recruiting coworkers
with eager minds and fresh ideas is what will drive us forward and maintain our
“…to be the best place to work and the best company to work with in the industry.”
Dan Baker, Founder and CEO
To meet the growing demands of our customers and the fast-moving environment of
concrete construction, Baker constantly has an eye open for talent—from college
graduates to seasoned professionals—to fill a variety of career opportunities.
There are no restrictive corporate ladders here. We offer flexible career paths
in a high growth company and comprehensive training in both the field and the classroom.
Your drive and initiative help to determine just how far and fast you can go. Need
a change of pace? Pursue new roles, explore a variety of projects, travel to exciting
places, and work with experts who help to shape the industry.
Why Join the Baker Family?
Baker Concrete Construction is set apart by its people—people dedicated to each
other, our customers, and our community. With over four decades of doing what is
right for our customers, we have an attitude about our work and we look for that
pride in potential coworkers.
Our current coworkers choose Baker for a number of reasons:
If you are interested in our current career opportunities, please click the link
below and submit your profile today.
Baker Concrete is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Minorities/Females/Protected Veterans/Disabled. Applicants with physical and/or
mental disabilities who require a reasonable accommodation for any or part of the
application process may make their requests known by emailing email@example.com
or calling 1-800-359-3935 and ask for HR.
IIF at Baker Concrete Construction
Baker Concrete Construction, Inc. (Baker) believes that success is driven by the commitment of our workforce to live Incident and Injury Free (IIF). For Baker, it is not all about rules and procedures, but more about each of us examining our own relationship to safety, not just at work, but also at ...