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General Renovation Carpenter

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Davis Alterations & Building, LLC


Posted On: 6/8/2013




Davis Alterations & Building, LLC

Hours:

Full-Time, 7:30 to 5:00 Monday thru Friday

Description

Looking for a motivated and experienced carpenter with experience in all phases of construction. Job is 5 days a week 7:30- 5:00. We service central Vermont and New Hampshire usually in the Upper Valley area. Dependable transportation required as is good hand tools and basic carpentry tools. Must be adaptable to routine changes and handling multiple work assignments at one time.

Qualifications

Experienced in general renovation carpentry. Interested in learning and growing skills and talents in the building trades. Positive attitude a must.    

Compensation

Depends on skill level, tools, transportation and attitude. For skilled Carpenters starting $20.00 and up.

Benefits

Holiday pay, Vacation pay, Retirement benefits, Tool allowance    


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Contact Information

Larry Davis Phone Number: 802 763 8666 Email: davisaltbuild@aol.com Evening by phone is best
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