CAREER WITH MUTH
Since 1970 we’ve been building our reputation as a leader in the electrical construction and service field. Without our employees, we wouldn’t be able to provide an exceptional product for our customers. That’s why we offer our employees the most current training, knowledge, and tools to become a highly skilled professional to deliver outstanding service.
They’re more than personality traits—they’re commitments to our team, our work and our customers. Employees at Muth Electric have an overall goal to do what is best for the customer, as this has been instrumental to our business’s success.
For Muth Electric employees, we offer a comprehensive and competitive benefits package that includes a wide variety of health plans, incentive programs, paid time off and discounts. From health, dental and vision insurance to field incentive programs and tuition reimbursement, we’re confident you’ll be covered in all the ways that matter most to you.
We’re always looking for hardworking and dedicated employees. We accept anyone with any level of experience into our apprenticeship program, where you’ll gain broad experience through a structured training process. If you’re a Journeyworker Electrician, you can feel confident knowing your skills won’t be wasted. Because at Muth Electric, you’ll have the opportunity to work on large industrial projects ranging from water treatment plants, wind farms, grain elevators and hospitals to retail stores, offices, clinics, and everything in between. If you’re looking for more challenging work, enjoy traveling and have experience working in the low voltage cabling field, our Muth Technology division may be the one for you. Headquartered in Sioux Falls, SD, our data technicians install full-service voice and data cabling in commercial and industrial facilities all over the Midwest.
Build Dakota Scholarship
The Build Dakota Scholarship gives students an opportunity to gain hands-on experience, debt-free, while working in the electrical field. We’re proud partners and invest in several students each year, if graduates commit to being a South Dakota resident for three years.