CONTACTS


MILL CITY COMMUNICATIONS, INC.

    MILL CITY ELECTRIC
    MILL CITY CRANE SERVICE

7580 COMMERCE LANE NE
FRIDLEY, MN 55432
PHONE: 612-724-4900
FAX: 612-724-4943
info@aerocommunications.com


REQUESTS FOR PROPOSALS:
rfp@aerocommunications.com

BUSINESS DEALS:

JON SIRKEN | jsirken@aerocommunications.com


Mill City TEC, Inc. is always looking for people who want to learn and grow a career with us in the successful world of wireless and construction of critical infrastructure. 
    

We seek serious candidates interested in long-term employment with opportunities for advancement within the company.        
   

Experience in this industry is not always required, but a commitment to hard work and doing the right thing is. 
   

Stop looking for a job and start working on your career!


WORKING AT MILL CITY COMMUNICATIONS, INC.


WIN WIN WIN


“That’s a win/win situation!”

You hear that a lot in business. It’s a win/win when a good company helps a good customer in need. Both benefit from the deal, and we’re all for it because that’s how you build long-lasting business relationships.

But at Mill City, win/win isn’t good enough. We’re only satisfied when it’s win/win/win — with the third win going to our employees.

Mill City had only two employees in 2003 and just 11 in 2008. Now we have 100 (and counting), and everybody still knows everybody — and usually each other’s family lives — pretty well. Our growth is a credit to our employees. In the field, they are our ambassadors, the face of Mill City. They do the job, deliver on promises and consistently exceed customer expectations.

Yes, Mill City hires because of our growth; but we also grow because of the skilled training and quality character of our hires. They are good workers and good people, and we do our best to pay them well, bring them home safe and further their careers. That’s how we like it in our win/win/win world.

CURRENT OPENINGS


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“I noticed how special the energy is at Mill City Communications. Everyone seems connected and in-tune with each other.”
MILL CITY EMPLOYEE