Licensed Plumber Needed
Do you just want a job, or would you like a CAREER? Perfection Plumbing & Drain Cleaning Ltd. is looking for an experienced, reliable, and professional licensed plumber to work full time. Perfection Plumbing & Drain Cleaning Ltd. has been in business for 25 years in Saskatoon, Sk. We are a family business, focused on residential/commercial service.
To qualify for our team, you need:
• Minimum 3+ years experience in the plumbing field
• Must be well-groomed and have a neat appearance
• Valid Journeyman or Apprentice license
• Able to quickly troubleshoot plumbing, drain cleaning, and water treatment problems
• Attention to detail and a desire to see the job done right the first time
• Friendly personable responds to customer concerns and enjoys making our customers smile
• Valid driver’s license and a clean driving record
• Must agree to a background and driving abstract
• Desire to perform beyond the mandatory job requirements
• Ability to follow proper safety techniques
You must also be able to lift up to 50 pounds and push, pull, or carry heavy objects. You must be able to maneuver heavier objects with assistance from appropriate devices or additional manpower. You must be able to climb ladders and work in small crawl spaces.
• Respond to service requests from residential/commercial customers, following dispatch, by taking appropriate action
• Maintain truck and keep inventory well stocked
• Maintain other equipment and tools and ensure the proper working order of company property
• Perform other duties as assigned
We will provide you with:
• Service Van
• Performance-based pay (unlimited potential)
• Regular training opportunities
• Achievement recognition
• Health benefits
Our company works from 8 am-5 pm, 5 days a week to ensure customer satisfaction. We require all employees to work various evenings and weekends (on-call rotation).
Do you feel that you possess all of the qualifications listed above? Email firstname.lastname@example.org your resume, with qualifications, salary requirements, and references.
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