Modular housing plant to open in Pocatello, hire 150 people
A manufacturing company says it will open a plant in Pocatello to meet demand for modular workforce housing in the energy and mining industries, such as in the South Dakota oil fields.
ATCO Structures and Logistics says it will hire 150 people to work full-time at the 200,000-square-foot plant, which is schedled to start operating in June.
ATCO will have job openings include carpenters, plumbers, electricians, production workers and office staff. The company will "hire the most skilled tradespeople and production workers available," said Harry Wilmot, president and chief operating officer of ATCO Structures and Logistics.
Hundreds of people showed up for a career fair this week in Pocatello. Visit www.atcocareers.com to apply for job openings.
ATCO Structures and Logistics is part of the ATCO Group, a Canadian company with more than 8,800 employees around the world and assets of $12 billion.