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Sign installation and service company seeking experienced Lead Installer. Attitude, honesty, integrity, customer focus and ability to work well with others are as important as experience. Must be familiar with all aspects of electrical sign installation and willing to develop others. Must be able to travel at times when business dictates, but most nights will be home with very seldom weekend travel. Drug screening and good motor vehicle record is required. CDL class B license would be beneficial but not required. This is an opportunity to be recognized and rewarded for your accomplishments with a growing, family-owned company.

We offer competitive pay and benefits including insurance, paid holidays and vacation, 401(k), and bonus opportunities.

If interested, please contact Brad Nicely at 865-932-3455 or brad.nicely@sycamoresignservice(dot)com. You may also fax your resume’ with references to 866-935-9597.

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