Start a new career with Edward Mooney & Moses, part of the Installed Building Products (IBP) family of companies. We are one of the largest insulation installers in the residential new construction market with 175+ locations serving 48 states in the continental U.S. IBP has successfully grown through acquisitions and we continue to do so. Although installing insulation is our niche we are also a leader in installing garage doors, rain gutters, closet shelving, shower doors, mirrors, fireplaces, and bath and door hardware.
Become part of a growing company with opportunities to learn new skills and build a career.
IBP offers the following benefits:
401k with company match
On the Job Training
Paid Certification (if applicable)
Opportunity for Growth and Advancement
As an insulation installer your position would entail stapling fiberglass or rock wool batts to exterior walls and ceilings before drywall, paneling, or plaster walls are put in place. The majority of your installations would be within new residential construction sites and a few light commercial projects.
Load and log materials onto truck and note returned materials for each job order
Erect scaffolding or ladders to height needed
Cut the insulation materials to the size required and places with in frame, ceiling, attic or crawlspace
Attach insulation materials by stapling, gluing, wiring or nailing
Operate equipment that injects loose fill or foamed insulation
Observe job site safety rules and know the location of the MSDS packets in your vehicle
Maintain tools and truck housekeeping, and maintenance
May be required to drive a company vehicle and follow all driving rules and DOT requirements at all times
Complete daily paperwork and returning to production coordinator
Other duties as assigned
High School diploma or GED
Maintain a valid driver's license
Experience in the construction industry
Basic math skills
Work in a dynamic environment
Work independently or with a crew
Position requires a Drug Test and Motor Vehicle Report to be completed, contingent upon employment.
Use common hand tools; including scissors, utility knife, saws, pliers, and stapling hammer
Work in tight places including attics and crawlspaces
Lift a minimum of 50lbs
Climb ladders and scaffolding
Able to bend, twist, and turn body at shoulders, waist, knees
Stand for extended periods of time
Works in a construction environment; able to adapt to weather conditions.