We are hiring!

Main Line Fence is looking for eager, hardworking individuals to fill several laborer positions we have, with advancement opportunities available. We offer ample opportunities for overtime (time and half pay for over 40 hours). No experience necessary, you will be provided onsite training. You will work along side one of our Fence Installation Crews on Residential, Commercial and Highway Projects all around Southern Maine. You will be required to arrive at our Office each morning by 6:00am, you will then use Company Provided Vehicles to Travel to and From the Jobsite. Must have a valid drivers license. Must be able and willing to do physical work (i.e. digging post holes, lifting weights of approximately 80lbs, carrying heavy objects and on your feet for much of the day). You will experience unique and ever changing job sites on a daily basis.

We offer work boot and clothing allowances for all employees and paid Holidays.

Earned Benefits will included Sick/Vacation Pay, Health Insurance and 401K with Company Match.

We recently celebrated our 70th Anniversary. Main Line Fence was established in 1948 and is Maine's oldest and largest fence company. We specialize in Residential Cedar and Ornamental Fencing, Commercial/Industrial Security Fencing and Access Control and Highway Guardrail. We have been family owned and operated since 1969. We use our own trained employees exclusively to build fences and install fences—unlike many of our competitors who use subcontractors. We’re proud of the extraordinary longevity and loyalty of our employees, more than half have over a decade of service. We are an equal opportunity employer with a strong emphasis on our employees and equipment; and creating a clean, safe work environment that employees can be proud of.

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