General Labourers and Skilled Trades-Hurricane Dorian Clean Up


Employer: U3S Staffing

Closing Date: 20190930

Contact Name: Allison Miller

Phone: 226-235-3076

Email: [email protected]

Location: Halifax, NS

Hours: Full-Time, Part-Time, Temporary/Term, Weekdays, Weekends, Days, Evenings, Nights

Responsibilities:

Salary: $16-18

Additional Info: NOW HIRING LABOURERS, SKILLED TRADES & CLEANERS FOR THE HALIFAX AREA.

U3S specializes in the clean-up efforts after devastating disasters happen to residential and commercial properties across Canada.

We are hiring labourers and cleaners to be on standby and prepare for the clean up after Hurricane Dorian hits the East Coast this weekend.
We are looking for hard workers that will show up every day and help their community in the clean-up efforts

LABOURERS & CLEANERS NEEDED!
• Clean up debris and garbage from Residential & Commercial Properties
• Pack & Clean Contents
• Structural Cleaning
• Load & Unload Equipment
• Light Demolition

• Working 10-12 hours per day
• Full time and Part time positions available
• Weekly Payroll (Friday)
• $16 - $18/hr.

MORE DETAILS TO COME SUCH AS START DATE, HOURS AND LOCATION

SKILLED TRADES NEEDED!
• Carpenters
• Drywaller
• Painters
• Mudders
• Roofers
Full time hours
Weekly pay
$20 - $30/hr depending on experience


Required Skills:

REQUIREMENTS
• CSA Steel toe boots
• Clean Background check
• Positive attitude
• Reliable & Punctual


Essential Skills: Reading, Oral Communication, Working With Others

Employability Skills: Motivation, Good Attitude, Adaptability, Time Management, Teamwork, Stress Management


How To Apply:

Please send your resume to [email protected]




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