Glazier

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Atlas Glass & Mirror, Inc.


Posted On: 2/16/2013




Hours:

Full-Time

Description

Experienced Glazier: Candidates should have experience and demonstrable skills relating to residential and commercial projects. Looking for an individual with good communications skills, ability to both follow directions of superiors and lead a crew. Valid driver's license and good driving record required. Please send resume via e-mailed with contact information, work experience, and references.   

Qualifications

Good communication skills, valid drivers license, ability to read, write, and follow directions. Glazier's knowledge and skills relating to the installation of glass products and materials such as frame-less glass shower enclosures, brand name tub/shower enclosures, mirrors, insulating glass, aluminum store fronts, commercial entrances including commercial door control hardware, etc. Candidate should have his own set of basic glaziers tools.

Compensation

Hourly wage negotiable, company health insurance, paid vacation


GLASS GLASS

Contact Information

Jay Lubker Phone Number: 508-879-6087 Email: jlubker@atlasglassandmirror.com Company President
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