Construction General Labour (Casual, Part time, Full time)

By | April 28, 2021

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Job Description:About Embers Embers Staffing is Canada’s Multiple award-winning and socially responsible staffing agency that connects companies with workers. Our mission is to help people from all walks of life, rediscover hope and self-sufficiency through meaningful work opportunities. We are proud to be a non-profit staffing agency, placing all of our profit back into our workers through services like training, free equipment rental, and transportation options. Job Description Embers Staffing currently has multiple positions available at various Construction Sites throughout the Vancouver area in need of temporary workers immediately. Some of these open positions include General Labourer, Heavy General Labourer, and Skilled Labourer. The duration of these positions varies from short to long term, depending on our client’s needs! How do I apply?Visit https://hire.myavionte.com/sonar/v2/careers/integrations/standalone/general?bId=L1lH94EV04c&jbId=FWDufKTV0fE&rpid=general and complete one of our web applications. One of our team members will be in touch with you the same day to follow up on your application.You can also call us at 604-692-0781 for orientation details between 5:30 am and 5:30 pm Monday-Friday and 6 am to 9 am on SaturdaysStop by our office located at 240-111 Hastings St W and we can assist you in person Apply today to get registered with Embers to start your journey towards employment! Job Types: Full-time, Part-time Salary: $16.00 to $18.00 /hourCompany Description:What is Embers?Embers is Canada’s only not for profit staffing agency. We take all profit and reinvest back into community programs and programs for our workers. This includes things like our equipment library, training, counselling, and more. We also offer medical and dental benefits to our temp workers that qualify. Last year we employed 1000’s of people in Vancouver and we want to help you too! Job ID: 38352815
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