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JOB ALERT: Updated Worksource Spokane Job Posting

WorkSource Spokane

130 S. Arthur Spokane, WA 99202

Contact Number (509) 532-3186

 

TO: Q6 NEWS / Cable 5      August 25, 2010

 

Job Title: CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT OPERATOR

*Employer requests resume accurately reflecting requirements and excellent references to apply*

Airway Heights employer is seeking an experienced Construction Equipment Operator. Candidates must be a Journey level operator, experienced with excavator, grader and loader. Duties will include operating equipment and ground / labor work when necessary.

 SALARY / WAGE / BENEFITS:

Salary is depending on experience.

 HOURS / DAYS / SCHEDULE:

40 plus hours per week, schedule to be discussed at the time of interview.

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Job Title: JOURNEY LEVEL CARPENTER   F/T

** Employer requests electronic resume accurately reflecting requirements to apply ***

A local Construction contractor is currently recruiting for one (1) Journey Level Carpenter for a project beginning September 7th, in Priest Lake. Potential for year round employment is available. Must have a minimum of (8) eight years experience in remodeling and new residential home construction. Must be willing to work out of the area when required. Employer will pay travel expenses to this Priest Lake ID job location where the project is remodel and residing a building.

SALARY / WAGE / BENEFITS:

$15.00 to $22.00 per hour. 1 week vacation after 12 months. Medical after 180 days and holiday after 90 days. 

 HOURS / DAYS / SCHEDULE:

Full time DOE Medical after 90 Days.

 

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Job Title: JOURNEY LEVEL CONCRETE CARPENTER

*WorkSource requests resume accurately reflecting requirements to apply*

A well established construction company is hiring a Journey Level Concrete (Bridge) Carpenter with bridge experience. Will work on bridge construction in the Spokane area. Ensure that work is in accordance with relevant laws, codes and company policies. This is a non-union shop.  Veterans, Women and Minorities are encouraged to apply.

 SALARY / WAGE / BENEFITS:

Prevailing wage position. Benefits available after 4 months.

HOURS / DAYS / SCHEDULE:

Full-time, days.

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