Electricians Top Helpers
Now hiring Electrical Top Helpers for a commercial project
Apply today – Start ASAP $20-23/hr
Help Preform Layouts
Proficient with pulling wire & hanging lights
Familiar with running and bending conduit
Preform underground to trim out
Minimum 2 years of Experience
Have all hand tools and a Drill
Work Safely and follow OSHA guidelines
-Long Term Work - $500 Sign-on Bonus - Paycheck Advances - Weekly Direct Deposit
-Unlimited $250 Referral Bonuses - $50 first day referral bonus
- 40 hrs a week + Overtime - Paid Holidays - 401K & Health Benefits
- Free OSHA training and Lift Certifications - Milestone Rewards Program!
CCS is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer
Some of our positions are subject to a background check for any convictions directly related to its duties and responsibilities. Only job-related convictions will be considered and will not automatically disqualify candidates.
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