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We are looking to grow our company and we need you to help us. We have an immediate opening for a General Building Maintenance Technician to join our team in the Northern Virginia area.If you are hardworking, eager to learn, passionate, dedicated and open to grow within our team; please apply!
Our company is a family owned and operated business, so we know what it takes to grow a company from the ground up. Unlike other employers, we aren’t so focused on what you’ve done, but what you can achieve.
Please email your resume or contact information for immediate consideration.
Job Type: Full-time
We are seeking skilled, reliable general laborers to join our company. In this position, you will be responsible for assisting area manager & team with event preparations. A strong work ethic, attention to detail & ability to travel within the US are essential.
Moves, secures, loads or unload materials.
Event preparation & set up.
Marketing & display assistance.
Move items from place to place as directed by area manager.
Performs various physical duties as assigned.
Must be 21 years or older.
Ability to physically stand, bend, squat & lift up to 50 lbs.
Positive attitude & work ethic.
Ability to work independently or as an active member of the team.
Able to receive and follow instructions as directed.
Excellent interpersonal & communication skills with all levels of management & team members.
Ability to travel by van with team for long durations.
Ability to work weekends & occasional holidays.
Must be able to pass background check.
Up to $20.00 per hour
Transportation & accommodations provided by company.
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A maintenance supervisor is responsible for directing and managing the overall maintenance department, inspecting the safety of operation equipment, and ensuring that everyone follows the standards and regulatory procedures to keep the production area safe and efficient. Maintenance supervisor duties also include delegating tasks to the maintenance personnel, evaluating the site condition regularly, reviewing inventory, and requesting stocks as necessary. They must also keep track of incident reports and connect with the operations management for any concerns and recommendations.
An electrician is a skilled tradesman in charge of wirings and systems which provide electric power to a facility. They are trained to design, install, maintain, and troubleshoot electrical wiring systems. There are four basic types of an electrician - residential wiremen, inside wiremen, telecommunications electrician, and outside linemen. Some work on a standard 40-hour week shift while others are on-call duty. In some cases, traveling is also a vital key to their role where they would work for a few days before moving to another location.
Supervisors are responsible for overseeing the daily functions of employees in a specific team, department, or even a work shift. They create work schedules, organize work processes and workflows, train new hires, provide necessary reports related to the team function and the employees, monitor and evaluate employee performance, and ensure that goals of the specific team or department are met. When needed, supervisors also provide guidance to employees in terms of their career or even personal challenges. They also help in fostering harmonious work relationships by resolving interpersonal conflicts at work. To be successful in their role, they must have leadership skills, time management skills, decision-making capabilities, analytical skills, and problem-solving skills.
Owners, in the most basic sense, own the business, company, or organization. They are responsible for building the business. They create business plans and the general vision and mission of the company, set goals, work on these goals, and ensure that the business keeps running. They manage all aspects of their business, from finances to marketing to people, etc. When the business becomes stable, owners eventually hire more employees. As such, owners also become overseers who would ensure that the organization remains afloat.
Owners/operators manage the business in all aspects, especially in those related to operations. They ensure that every aspect of the business is running smoothly. They oversee finance, marketing, logistics, sales, and even the human resources of the whole organization. They set business goals, create action plans to achieve them, and make sure that the plans are followed through. They set strategic direction and make business decisions that would be the most beneficial to the organization. They ensure that the business has enough funds to continue operating and that the quality of the products and services they offer continuously improve.