General Employment Information
Hempt Bros., Inc. has been a family owned and operated business in Central Pennsylvania since its start in 1925. It takes extreme pride in how it services its customers. Hempt Bros., Inc. is widely known for its high quality materials and the excellent service it provides.
Hempt Bros., Inc. is always looking to hire qualified employees. We employ individuals in a wide variety of areas which include positions in construction, quarry, asphalt, concrete and everyday operations. Many of these positions provide an excellent opportunity for advancement within the company.
Hempt Bros., Inc. views its employees as an important asset. It employs a high quality work force that emphasizes hard work , team work and dedication.
Hempt Bros., Inc. offers competitive pay and benefits to go along with a safe and gratifying work environment.
To apply for a position with Hempt Bros., Inc. please call 717-737-3411 for an application.
Current open positions:
Concrete & Blacktop Plant Operators/Laborers—Operation and maintenance of local concrete and blacktop plants.
Quarry Laborers/Equipment/Plant Operators—Laborers and equipment operators needed for local quarry operations.
Mechanics/Welder—Heavy equipment/truck repair and maintenance. Class B CDL and PA State inspection license are preferred for mechanics. Candidates should have their own basic tools.
Concrete Mixer & Tri-Axle Dump Truck Drivers—Deliver concrete, stone, and blacktop materials to local highway, commercial, and residential jobs. Class B CDL and a minimum of two years driving experience are required.
Quality Control Technician–Testing aggregate, blacktop, and concrete products. Previous experience is preferred, but the company is willing to train the right person to achieve needed education and PennDot/NECEPT accreditations required for job.
Salary based on experience. Please send resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org or to Hempt Bros., Inc 205 Creek Road, Camp Hill, PA 17011. You can also call 717-737-3411 for an application.
Women and minorities strongly encouraged to apply.