Baker Pool Construction is an award winning, luxury swimming pool contractor slated as one of the top 50 builders in the industry nation-wide. Our company has grown exponentially over the last 7 years and we’re in need of dependable, hardworking individuals for work involving steel, concrete, plumbing, masonry, and landscape. Pool experience not necessary, but general construction knowledge is a plus. Positions are full-time, with benefits; health, dental and vision insurance, as well as a simple IRA plan available. Compensation based on experience, with consistent evaluations of performance, and opportunities for training and expansion in a variety of trades including; electrical, plumbing, masonry, concrete, and landscape. With a team of close to 85, we’ve maintained an 11 year average in employee retention. We recognize that excellent employees are the key to an excellent business. All applicants must have a valid/clean driver’s license and pass a drug screening. Please complete the form below and include a copy of your resume and current driver's license.  Baker Pool Construction is a great place to begin a career. We look forward to hearing from you!

Employment Interest Form

    • Do you have any restrictions on your driver's license?
    • Will you abide by the safety rules of this company?
    • Have you ever been convicted of a criminal offense within the last ten years? (Note: Do not include convictions that were sealed, eradicated or expunged, or convictions that resulted in a referral to a diversion program.)
    • Have you been arrested or convicted of a Traffic Law Violation (do not list parking violations)?
    • My signature below certifies that I hereby declare that the information provided is complete and accurate to the best of my knowledge and belief.  I agree that my employment is based of the facts I have given and any misrepresentation on my part will constitute a release to the employer for any liability that may be encountered by having acted on such facts. 



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