Water Damage Technician

Mammoth Restoration & Construction is in the business of putting people's lives back together again after their home or business has sustained damage from water, fire, smoke or sewage. Our business is built on providing the highest service in the industry. We expect a high degree of communication from our employees consisting of returned phone calls and text messages immediately.
Mammoth is growing and we are looking for 2 or 3 special Water Technicians to be a part of our team.

To qualify, the candidates will have:

oThe desire to help people in need.
oFlexibility to work odd hours at times (evenings & weekends at times).
oA team oriented attitude.
oLeadership ability.
oExcellent public relation/communication skills.
oA valid driver's license.
oReliable transportation.
oPhysically capable of handling strenuous manual labor.
oCell Phone
oConstruction/plumbing experience (preferred, but not mandatory).
oComputer literacy (preferred, but not mandatory).
oNo criminal record
oTo pass a drug test and background check

These trustworthy and reliable candidates will have the opportunity to:

oWork with an employer dedicated to enhancing their team members professionally, financially and personally.
oGive back to the community and people in need.
oWork with a growing company that is well respected in the community for providing excellent customer service.
oGrow with the company.

o Compensation is based on experience . A good water damage technician can earn $40K-$60K/year. We offer retirement as well as health benefits.
This is a very important and demanding position which requires very special people. If you are under-employed, in need of employment, looking to make a change or simply looking for an opportunity, please reply for consideration.

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