Schildberg Construction Company is always looking for motivated people.

Look­ing for a job with com­pet­i­tive pay, great ben­e­fits and com­pre­hen­sive retire­ment plans? Schild­berg Con­struc­tion is the place for you. See below for cur­rent job open­ings and our job appli­ca­tion form. Send your com­plet­ed appli­ca­tion to us via email at jobs@​schildberg.​com or Fax to (641)-7436264

Cur­rent Opportunities

Look­ing for a career change? How about a $500 sign­ing bonus? Schild­berg Con­struc­tion Com­pa­ny is
look­ing for quar­ry pro­duc­tion per­son­nel through­out the Com­pa­ny. We have imme­di­ate needs for one
of our crews based in Adair Coun­ty, Iowa. We offer a gen­er­ous ben­e­fits pack­age with a great health and
den­tal plan, a 401(k) match up after 30 days, and always have oppor­tu­ni­ties for advance­ment. Sound

Fam­i­­ly-owned and oper­at­ed for over 80 years, Schild­berg Con­struc­tion Com­pa­ny (SCCI) is the lead­ing lime­stone aggre­gate pro­duc­er in South­west Iowa. SCCI is always look­ing for great peo­ple who are eager to be part of a team, love a chal­lenge and are inter­est­ed in per­son­al pro­mo­tion and growth. Quar­ry posi­tions typ­i­cal­ly work a full week, depend­ing on the sea­son, with lim­it­ed trav­el and com­mute time. If you are self-moti­­vat­ed, will­ing to learn and inter­est­ed in oper­at­ing heavy equip­ment, we want to talk to you!

Our competitive pay and benefits package includes the following:

  • Med­ical and pre­scrip­tion drug insurance
  • Den­tal insurance
  • Vision insur­ance
  • Health­care and Depen­dent Care Reim­burse­ment Accounts
  • Short-term dis­abil­i­ty insurance
  • Employ­ee life insurance
  • Paid hol­i­days and vacation
  • 401(k) plan –with a gen­er­ous Com­pa­ny match
  • Prof­it shar­ing plan

Employee Testimonials

What Is It Like to Work at Schildberg Construction?

Dick Vanat­ta

At Schild­berg Con­struc­tion Com­pa­ny, we val­ue our employ­ees and show our appre­ci­a­tion with com­pet­i­tive pay and great ben­e­fits, includ­ing insur­ance and com­pre­hen­sive retire­ment plans. See what Dick Vanat­ta, an employ­ee for over 50 years, has to say about work­ing at Schild­berg Con­struc­tion Company.

Includ­ing pre­de­ces­sor com­pa­nies, Dick has worked at Schild­berg Con­struc­tion Com­pa­ny since 1966. He has held sev­er­al dif­fer­ent posi­tions with­in the com­pa­ny and cur­rent­ly serves as an aglime sales­man and also scales and loads trucks at the quar­ries dur­ing the off-season.

I’m hap­py to be going to work at five in the morn­ing. I enjoy run­ning the scales and load­ers in the sum­mer, and I get to meet and vis­it a lot of dif­fer­ent peo­ple. The Com­pa­ny has treat­ed me well with good insur­ance and good ben­e­fits for retire­ment. I’m not one that likes to change jobs. Oth­er peo­ple have retired and have done real­ly well. As long as I enjoy what I’m doing, I’m going to keep doing it.”

— Dick Vanat­ta

Andrew Binau

Andrew has worked at Schild­berg Con­struc­tion Com­pa­ny for eight years, serv­ing in a vari­ety of roles.

I made my way through the ranks. I start­ed as a truck dri­ver and was then pro­mot­ed to lab tech­ni­cian. Then, I worked as a driller and am now a super­in­ten­dent. I like the work envi­ron­ment at Schild­berg Con­struc­tion. I like to be out­doors, and I enjoy being busy. It’s reward­ing work, and I have great co-workers.”

— Andrew Bin­au

Cory Leslie

Cory has worked at Schild­berg Con­struc­tion Com­pa­ny for eight years, start­ing as a truck dri­ver. He was lat­er pro­mot­ed to driller and is now a mechanic.

I’ve learned a lot work­ing at Schild­berg Con­struc­tion. I love the hours, and I’ve been able to sup­port my fam­i­ly. Since being pro­mot­ed, I’ve been able to dri­ve a mechan­ic’s truck between home and work.”

— Cory Leslie

Roger Sennett

Roger has worked at Schild­berg Con­struc­tion Com­pa­ny for over 48 years, from his first day on the job on April 16, 1973 to his retire­ment on Feb. 4, 2022. Through­out that time, Roger has worked as a quar­ry truck dri­ver. He oper­at­ed a bull­doz­er and loader off and on and also worked as a plant­man for 20 years.

I was a mem­ber of the U.S. Army Reserve when I was hired, and I was always sup­port­ed in that. I retired from the Army Reserve after 25 years, and I nev­er expect­ed I would stay at one job that long. I’ve enjoyed work­ing at Schild­berg Con­struc­tion because it’s fam­i­ly-ori­ent­ed. They took care of my fam­i­ly when I went to war in Oper­a­tions Desert Shield and Storm.”

— Roger Sen­nett