Electrician, Plumber

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H.O. Electric


Posted On: 6/19/2013




Hours:

Full-Time

Description

We are seeking apprentices and technicians interested in competitive and lucrative careers as technicians. Tremendous benefits and opportunities are available for those driven to be the best at what they do.

Qualifications

Pride in one's work and a desire for growth are absolute requirements. We offer the most advanced customer service and technical training in the business to support our technicians' on-going personal and professional growth. Field experience welcome, but not mandatory.

If you are looking for a company that will offer you opportunity, look no further! All of H.O. Electric's employees must be able to pass a background and drug test, and must have a clean driving record.

Compensation

Good salaries with outstanding bonus potential
Comprehensive benefits package
Retirement package with eligibility for 3% company matching
Paid vacations and holidays
On-going customer service and technical training
Company provided vehicle for service technicians
Uniforms and company outerwear supplied


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Contact Information

Dan Phone Number: 617-489-6324 Email: info@hoelectric.com
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