WHY is Wayne Brothers a good choice for employment?
FOR NEW EMPLOYMENT CAREERS we offer competitive options for both skilled and unskilled construction careers.
FOR VETERANS our Apprenticeship Program is “Approved for the GI Bill®” with unlimited career development opportunities. Click to find out if your MOS qualifies.
With Wayne Brothers’ education and advancement opportunities, each employee can achieve his/her long term career goals. Through comprehensive assessment and evaluation, Wayne Brothers’ individualized “career ladder” keeps employees on track to building a better future in the construction industry.
Working as part of the team at Wayne Brothers can be a very rewarding experience. Some of our top superintendents began their careers here at our company as craftsmen in the industry. Nurturing the ethical practices and dedicated performance of our employees and furthering their career opportunities through comprehensive training and internal promotions is our main objective.
Wayne Brothers realizes that quality performance begins with quality of life. Our employees benefit from a very active wellness program including full medical insurance, 401k match and education assistance. Incentives are provided for improved nutrition, weight loss, fitness, and smoking cessation; with various health screenings offered throughout the year.
Jury Duty Pay
Weekly Payroll Direct Deposit
SUPPORT / ADMINISTRATIVE
In addition to Craft Level, benefits include:
Paid Sick Days
Paid Personal Days
VETERANS’ EMPLOYMENT & DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
At Wayne Brothers Inc. we have a long-standing commitment to supporting men and women in uniform. Our Veterans’ Employment & Development Program puts that commitment into action by providing transitioning military and Veterans new career opportunities through our Apprenticeship or Transferable MOS programs.
Apprenticeship (OJT) Program
Earn a competitive wage and receive great benefits while learning a new craft. All MOS‘s are accepted into WBI’s Apprenticeship Program, which is “Approved for the GI Bill®” and does not require any previous experience. The GI Bill, Chapter 33 will pay Veterans 100% of MHA during the first 6 months of training and 80% of MHA during the second 6 months of training.
Veterans can enter into a training contract with WBI for a specific period of time, at the end of which they will gain job certification or journeyman status. During training, Veterans will receive a reduced OJT/apprenticeship wage (at least 50% of the journeyman wage) in addition to their MHA. The GI Bill ensures periodic wage increase must be given and by the last full month of training the wage must be at least 85% of the wage for a fully trained employee.
TRANSFERABLE MOS PROGRAM
These MOS’s are needed
for immediate hire:
12B, 12N, 12W, 12V
US Marine Corps
1345, 1371, 1300
US Air Force
Daniel Pope came to WBI as an Apprentice with little concrete experience. He completed Fundamentals of Carpentry started applying the skills learned and began helping others be safe. He gained the attention of Safety Director, Jason Sisk. After learning about Daniel’s past as an EMT and Technical Rescuer, along with his recent training accomplishments, they decided to set him on the path to become a Field Safety Supervisor. Daniel is currently continuing to train to become a Safety Supervisor.
Andrew graduated from Appalachian State University with a BS Degree in Building Science with a concentration in Construction Management. He started with WBI in July 2011 as an Apprentice and worked on multiple projects including the Wesley Long Parking Deck, Bayer Crop Science Greenhouse, UNCC Football Stadium, & Project Zebra. Andrew was then promoted to a Project Engineer in Training, and trained under Mike Picciano at the Virginia Tech Center for the Arts, two confidential data centers & Milliken AK. Soon, Andrew was promoted to a Project Engineer and has worked at the BB&T Ball Ballpark, ZF Transmissions & LPL Financial. Since joining WBI he has completed the Carpentry 1 Fundamentals and Leadership and Management training. Andrew is currently training with Jim Forbes in Special Projects Group to become a Project Manager. He was willing to start from the beginning as an Apprentice, was successful with the Project Engineer In-Training program, and is now on a pathway to success at WBI.
Rick Adsit started with WBI as an Operator, then became a Foreman, Superintendent and now a Senior Superintendent. In 2008, Rick completed his Associate Degree in Construction Management from RCCC. He continued to earn his NC DOL Apprenticeship, US DOL Apprenticeship, and NC DOL Master Craftsman Certification. Rick has been awarded as the WBI Employee of the Year and Safety Employee of the Year. He continues to work long hours at night and on the weekends to make sure construction schedules are met and the crews earn the hours they need. In 2013, he was awarded Superintendent of the Year Award. He currently serves on the Civil & Infrastructure Group Strategic Planning Committee.
Living in Honduras, Jimmi’s future was very limited. There were high levels of unemployment and murders. He decided to leave Honduras for a better future in the United States. Jimmi started with WBI as a Laborer in 2007. He worked his way up through relentless effort and dedication. He is now an Assistant Foreman for WBI. Jimmi has a future and a goal to raise his family and to be an inspiration for his three kids. He has achieved his goals through his dedication to training, by displaying a positive attitude, and with his constant willingness to learn. Jimmi is living proof of the American Dream, and WBI is proud to be part of his success & growth.
Wayne Brothers, Inc is a drug-free work environment and has a zero-tolerance policy. We drug screen prior to employment and randomly throughout your employment with Wayne Brothers.
Wayne Brothers, Inc is an Equal Employment Opportunity/ Affirmative Action Employer. Read our EEO/AAE policy.