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Electrical Service Technician

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Point Loma Electric


Posted On: 8/8/2012




Description

We’re looking for people who want to work WITH us not FOR us.

We are a growing residential electrical service & installation company looking for qualified Electrical Service Technicians. Our growth plans require a person who wants a career and is willing to help us grow. If you are licensed and experienced, possess a positive, enthusiastic and helpful approach to customer service; we want to talk to you. We offer: competetive wages, health insurance, paid holiday and paid vacations. We also offer continuing education, excellent working conditions, clean uniforms and trucks. Consider a career move to our company.

You must be CA Certified Journeyman Electrician with outstanding troubleshooting and diagnostic skills and pride of workmanship. Great opportunity for growth and stability.

Must have a clean driving record and be able to pass drug and background screening. Please have your own hand tools and reliable transportation. Residential service experience preferred but if you have outstanding diagnotsic skills, a pleasant service oriented personality and a great attitude please do apply. Location: San Diego Confidentiality guaranteed

Apply on line at: http://pointlomaelectric.applybyweb.com/.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Qualifications

You must be CA Certified Journeyman Electrician
Must have a clean driving record and be able to pass drug and background screening. Please have your own hand tools and reliable transportation.

Apply on line at: http://pointlomaelectric.applybyweb.com/.

Compensation

Depending on experience


Electricians Electricians

Contact Information

Jamie Dent Phone Number: 619-224-0672 Email: Jamie@PointLomaElectric.net
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