It's been almost one year since the Canadian manufacturing business opened its doors in Pocatello, now ATCO Structures and Logistics is looking to grow its workforce.
ATCO Vice President of Manufacturing Bill Halliburton announced Monday that they would be hiring 50 additional workers for its Pocatello manufacturing facility.
They're looking for skilled workers such as plumbers, electricians and those with HVAC experience as in heating and air conditioning.
But they're also hoping to add some non-skilled laborers to ramp up their production crew.
ATCO manufactures workforce housing units for mining operations.
The company hired 150 workers when it opened the plant last June. And while they did have to let some employees go last summer, Halliburton says the company is poised for growth and is committed to Pocatello because of its many resources and mining operations.
If you're interested in learning more about these jobs and submitting an application, you can do so through the Idaho Department of Labor's Pocatello office which is located at 430 North 5th Avenue.
You can also apply online at http://www.atcocareers.com/.