Skilled Warehouse


Posted: 9/15/2022

Position: Warehouse

Job Number: 2173

Job Description

We are looking for Experienced electricians and helpers to join our Team! WEEKLY PAY GUARANTEED! Qualifications: - Must have experience in electricity - Responsible and punctual - Must be able to pass a background - Must submit a resume for Review -Working knowledge of installing electrical systems -The ideal candidate will be highly efficient, detail oriented and able to work independently as well as in a team environment If interested please call LaborMAX Staffing at 407-519-9640


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