The Mashuda name has been associated with earthmoving projects since the 1920's taking on major highway, dam, mining, and site development work from Wisconsin to Pennsylvania and the surrounding states. Today, the means, methods, and equipment may have changed, but our willingness to accomplish larger than life projects quickly, and efficiently has remained constant. Specializing in earthwork, land clearing, drainage installation, earth retention systems, and aggregate recycling - we have the right equipment and the right staff to complete any size project.
Mashuda Contractors, Inc. is a great place to work. Not only do our employees earn competitive wages and comprehensive benefits, but they also have an opportunity to gain life-long experiences while completing meaningful and rewarding work.
We are always striving to add to an already-talented and capable group of individuals. Keep in mind we value experience. At the same time, we know that everybody started somewhere.
We will provide in-house training to anybody with the interest and ambition to begin a career in our industry. So if you fit either category, and don't mind a little dirt under your fingernails, do not hesitate to apply - there is always a conversation to be had.
Interested? Then please view our current job openings below, and submit an application online, or via mail today.
On-site investigation of projects to bid, subcontractor research, and all other activities to produce a bid proposal.
Responsibilities include: Oversight of projects from start to finish. Scheduling and coordination with all owners, agencies, suppliers, and subcontractors to efficiently deliver project on time and within budget. Travel throughout Wisconsin and surrounding states is required.
*Candidates must have a minimum of 5 years' experience in a project management role.
Managing the daily sequencing of the work in accordance with the plans and specifications.
Responsibilities Include: Day-to-day coordination of assigned crew. Close examination of project plans and specifications. Construction survey/grade staking utilizing Trimble GPS equipment. Ensure safety and efficiency of crew. Travel throughout Wisconsin is required.
*Candidates must have a minimum of 2 years' experience in a project foreman role.
Operating various heavy equipment on the jobs.
Responsibilities Include: Daily maintenance of all heavy equipment. Major component overhauls. Welding and fabrication.
Travel throughout Wisconsin may be required. Pay is based on Local 139 Wisconsin Operating Engineers Union scale, but Union membership is not required. *Experience working on heavy equipment is preferred.
Responsibilities Include: Daily maintenance and repair of all heavy equipment and/or service equipment. Major component overhauls. Welding and fabrication. *Experience working on heavy equipment and/or service equipment (dump trucks, water trucks, etc.) is preferred.
Operating a tri or quad axle on-road dump truck.
*Candidates must have a valid CDL.